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Vaia Zaganas (Vicious) boxer

Vaia Zaganas image
Status inactive
Division minimumweight
Height 5′ 0½″/154cm
Reach 61″/155cm
Debut 2001-07-08
Born 1975-05-22
Nationality Canada
Residence Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
bouts
19
won
16
lost
3
draw
0
bouts
19
won
16
lost
3
draw
0
Status inactive
Division minimumweight
Height 5′ 0½″/154cm
Reach 61″/155cm
Debut 2001-07-08
Born 1975-05-22
Nationality Canada
Residence Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

After discovering the sport at an early age, Zaganas went on to win the Canadian National Championships title in 1998. As part of Canada's National team, she compiled an impressive record of 36–4, winning fights in Canada, the United States and Europe. Other highlights of her amateur career include winning a second national title, twice winning gold at the U.S.A. vs Canada dual meet, twice winning gold at the U.S. national Blue and Gold event and being named "Most Outstanding Boxer" of the tournament. In 2000, she won Canada's "Rookie of The Year" award for best performance in international competition, male or female.Before turning professional, Zaganas was ranked number one in the world by AIBA in her weight division. She moved to Las Vegas, Nevada later that year to pursue a professional boxing career. Her success in the ring continued, as she won the IFBA Straw-weight World Championship in 2002 and the NABF light-flyweight World Championship in 2004. Considered one of the best pound-for-pound boxers in the world, Zaganas now has an overall professional record of 16–3 with 6 KO’s.

After discovering the sport at an early age, Zaganas went on to win the Canadian National Championships title in 1998. As part of Canada's National team, she compiled an impressive record of 36–4, winning fights in Canada, the United States and Europe. Other highlights of her amateur career include winning a second national title, twice winning gold at the U.S.A. vs Canada dual meet, twice winning gold at the U.S. national Blue and Gold event and being named "Most Outstanding Boxer" of the tournament. In 2000, she won Canada's "Rookie of The Year" award for best performance in international competition, male or female.Before turning professional, Zaganas was ranked number one in the world by AIBA in her weight division. She moved to Las Vegas, Nevada later that year to pursue a professional boxing career. Her success in the ring continued, as she won the IFBA Straw-weight World Championship in 2002 and the NABF light-flyweight World Championship in 2004. Considered one of the best pound-for-pound boxers in the world, Zaganas now has an overall professional record of 16–3 with 6 KO’s.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
April 8, 2004 Stephanie Dobbs LLLWW Wyndham Inner Harbor Hotel, Glen Burnie World Boxing Association World Female Minimumweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
March 13, 2004 Yumi Takano LWLLLL Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas WIN
Majority decision
Dec. 11, 2003 Gracie Roca DLLL Fantasia Club, Woodside LOSS
Majority decision
Nov. 22, 2003 Sarah Goodson LWWLW Caesars Tahoe, Stateline WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 4, 2003 Dee Hamaguchi LLLDLW Martin's West, Woodlawn WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 25, 2003 Nikki Verbeck LLLLLL Sam's Town Casino, Tunica WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 22, 2003 Tracey Stevens WLWWWL Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas Vacant WEBA Minimumweight

WIN
Technical knockout
July 25, 2003 Sarah Goodson LWLWW Creek Nation Gaming Center, Tulsa WIN
Unanimous decision
May 24, 2003 Luz Rodriguez LWLDL Hilton Hotel, Reno LOSS
Unanimous decision
April 26, 2003 Hollie Dunaway LW Stratosphere Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas WIN
Technical knockout
April 18, 2003 Nina Ahlin WWWLWW Palace Indian Gaming Center, Lemoore WIN
Unanimous decision
March 27, 2003 Terri Moss LLLWWW War Memorial Auditorium, Fort Lauderdale WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 15, 2003 Stephanie Dobbs WLWWL Flamingo Hilton, Laughlin WIN
Unanimous decision
June 15, 2002 Sarah Goodson WLLLW Sky Ute Casino, Ignacio vacant International Female Boxers Association World Minimumweight

WIN
Technical knockout
May 15, 2002 Dee Hamaguchi DLL Treasure Chest Casino, Kenner vacant International Female Boxers Association World Minimumweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 16, 2002 Dee Hamaguchi DL Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 26, 2001 Janet Williams Vancouver WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 12, 2001 Crystal Parker LL Pala Casino, Pala WIN
Technical knockout
July 8, 2001 Luz Rodriguez L Stateline Casino, West Wendover LOSS
Split-decision