Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes 35 Win 350 Aleksandra Magdziak Lopes UD 10 tubHub Center, Carson, California, US Retained WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO, and IBO female welterweight titles 34 Win 340 Inna Sagaydakovskaya UD 10 Olympic Stadium, Moscow, Russia Retained WBA. The match was fought in Rostock, Germany. The King's Trophy 6 Amateur boxing career edit She fought 80 matches and won 75 of them. In a unanimous decision, the judges declared the fight for Brækhus, having won all 10 rounds. Professional boxing career edit In November 2007, she signed a pro contract with German promoter Wilfried Sauerland, who announced his intention of making her the first Norwegian woman World Champion. 8 Brækhus successfully defended her titles on May 30, 2009 against Amy Yuratovac in Helsinki, Finland, and on September 12, 2009 against Lucia Morelli in Herning, Denmark. Brækhus soon began competing in amateur boxing competitions, and achieved an amateur record of 75-5-0 before turning professional. In boxing she has reigned as the undisputed female welterweight champion since 2014, and is the first woman in any weight class to hold the. 3 Her first fight was against Croatian boxer Ksenija Koprek, 7 On, she became the WBC World Champion in welterweight against Danish boxer Vinni Skovgaard. John TKO 3 (10 1:38 rena Nord, Frederikshavn, Denmark Retained WBA, WBC, and WBO female welterweight titles 21 Win 210 Anne Sophie Mathis UD 10 rena Nord, Frederikshavn, Denmark Retained WBA, WBC, and WBO female welterweight titles 20 Win 200 Jessica Balogun UD 10 MCH. Brækhus after defending her titles against Jill Emery, 2011 Eight months later, on May 15, 2010, Brækhus successfully defended her WBA and WBC titles against Victoria Cisneros from the United States, while winning the WBO title.