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Regina Halmich Record

Total Fights56
Title Wins5
Title Defenses40
Title-Fight KOs13
KO Wins16
KO Losses1
Regina Halmich Record & Stats
Karlsruhe, West Germany
Nov 22, 1976
Mar 4, 1994
Title Fights
16 (28.6%)
160 cm
160 cm
Ape Index
0 cm
Last Fight
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Regina Halmich's Record
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      What is Regina Halmich's record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 13 years and eight months, Regina Halmich fought 56 times with 54 wins, a single loss, and 1 draw.

      Halmich retired from professional boxing with a record of 54-1-1, which included five world-title wins and 40 successful title defense fights at three weight classes — light-flyweight, flyweight, and super-flyweight. She had a 28.6% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 16 of her total 56 fights being knockout wins, 13 of which were in title fights. The only loss in Halmich's career was a 4th round RTD loss to Yvonne Trevino in a flyweight title fight.

      Her last fight was a 10-round majority decision victory over Hagar Finer on November 30, 2007. Halmich successfully defended the flyweight IBF title in this fight.

      Some of Halmich's best fights and notable victories include wins over Anca Moise, Andrea Blevins, Szilvia Csicsely, Maria Rosa Tabbuso, Viktoria Varga, Lourdes Noemi Gonzalez, and Ria Ramnarine.

      56Nov 30, 200731Hagar FinerWin *MD
      55Jul 28, 200730Wendy RodriguezWin *UD
      54Jan 13, 200730Reka KrempfWin *UD
      53Sep 9, 200629Ria RamnarineWin *TKO6
      52May 6, 200629Viktoria MiloWin *UD
      51Dec 3, 200529Elena ReidWin *UD
      50Sep 10, 200528María Jesús Rosa ReinaWin *SD
      49Apr 16, 200528Hollie DunawayWin *UD
      48Jan 15, 200528Marilyn HernandezWin *UD
      47Sep 11, 200427Elena ReidDraw *SD
      46May 29, 200427Daisy LangWin *UD
      45Jan 17, 200427Johanna Peña ÁlvarezWin *UD
      44Jul 12, 200326Svetla TaskovaWin *TKO6
      43Apr 26, 200326Cathy BrownWin *UD
      42Jan 18, 200326Nadja LoritzWin *UD
      41Aug 17, 200225Yvonne CaplesWin *MD
      40Apr 20, 200225Anca MoiseWin *TKO4
      39Nov 24, 200125Svetla TaskovaWin *UD
      38Jul 21, 200124Alina ShaternikovaWin *UD
      37Apr 7, 200124Andrea BlevinsWin *KO5
      36Feb 24, 200124Szilvia CsicselyWin *TKO3
      35Dec 16, 200024Alina ShaternikovaWin *SD
      34Oct 7, 200023Michelle SutcliffeWin *UD
      33May 13, 200225Delia GonzalezWin *MD
      32Feb 19, 200023Viktoria VargaWin *TKO5
      31Sep 18, 199922Jill MatthewsWin *UD
      30Jul 10, 199922Erzsebet BorosiWin *TKO8
      29Mar 27, 199922Lourdes Noemi GonzalezWin *KO1
      28Dec 5, 199822Viktoria PatakiWin *UD
      27Oct 3, 199821Anissa ZamarronWin *UD
      26Jul 10, 199821Stefania BianchiniWin *UD
      25Apr 18, 199821Maria Rosa TabbusoWin *TKO6
      24Mar 7, 199821Lisa HoughtonWin *UD
      23Nov 29, 199721Francesca LupoWin *UD
      22Sep 20, 199720Viktoria PatakiWin *UD
      21Jun 27, 199720Lisa HoughtonWin *UD
      20Mar 8, 199720Nojima MiyukiWin *UD
      19Dec 21, 199620Cheryll RobertsonWin *UD
      18Nov 2, 199619Michelle SutcliffeWin *TKO2
      17Aug 17, 199619Diane BerryWin *UD
      16Apr 13, 199619Melinda PappWin *TKO4
      15Feb 10, 199619Dagmar RichardsonWin *KO8
      14Dec 2, 199519Anissa ZamarronWin *UD
      13Nov 4, 199518Petrina PhillipsWinUD
      12Sep 23, 199518Brigitte ScherzinourWin *KO8
      11Aug 5, 199518Sonia PereiraWinTKO7
      10Jun 10, 199518Kim MesserWin *SD
      9Apr 20, 199518Yvonne TrevinoLoss *RTD4
      8Apr 2, 199518Maria Rosa TabbusoWinPTS
      7Mar 11, 199518Paula MoreiraWinPTS
      6Nov 25, 199418Cheryll RobertsonWinPTS
      5Sep 2, 199417Severine GrandsireWinPTS
      4Jun 17, 199417Sonja SilvaWinKO1
      3Jun 5, 199417Severine GrandsireWinPTS
      2Apr 22, 199316Birgit VeerleWinKO3
      1Mar 4, 199417Fienie KleeWinPTS

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Regina Halmich is a 47-year old retired German professional boxer. She was born in Karlsruhe, West Germany on November 22, 1976. She is a former three-weight-class world champion. Halmich was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame (IBHOF) in 2022. Her professional boxing career spanned more than 13 years — from 1994 to 2007.

      Halmich made her professional boxing debut against Fienie Klee at the age of 17 on March 4, 1994, defeating Klee via 6 round PTS. She went on to win 7 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 2 wins via stoppage.

      She had her first world title fight at the age of 18 on April 20, 1995 after 8 professional fights, against Yvonne Trevino for the IBF (vacant) title. She lost to Trevino via 4th round RTD.

      Halmich has won five world titles at three weight classes. For all the details about Halmich's world title wins and defenses refer to "Regina Halmich World Titles".

      Halmich had just a single loss in her professional boxing career.

      Her last professional fight was a flyweight title defense bout against Hagar Finer on November 30, 2007. Halmich won the fight via 10 round majority decision and defended her IBF title. It's been 16 years and 9 days since this fight.

      For a very detailed list Halmich's fights refer to "All of Regina Halmich's fights".


      Halmich fought a total of 56 times during her professional career, which includes 46 world-title fights at three weight divisions. She was among the very best of her generation and put on some incredible performances in her fights. These 10 fights are the highlight of her career.

      • April 20, 1995: In her first world-title fight, Regina Halmich loses to Yvonne Trevino via 4th round RTD. She was fighting for the IBF (vacant) flyweight title.

      • June 10, 1995: Halmich wins the IBF flyweight title from Kim Messer, by beating Messer via 10 round split decision.

      • April 13, 1996: Halmich successfully defends the IBF flyweight title against Melinda Papp, winning the fight via 4th round TKO.

      • November 2, 1996: Halmich successfully defends the IBF flyweight title against Michelle Sutcliffe, winning the fight via 2nd round TKO.

      • April 18, 1998: Halmich wins the IBF super-flyweight title from Maria Rosa Tabbuso, by beating Tabbuso via 6th round TKO.

      • March 27, 1999: Halmich successfully defends the IBF flyweight title against Lourdes Noemi Gonzalez, winning the fight via 1st round KO.

      • February 19, 2000: Halmich successfully defends the IBF light-flyweight title against Viktoria Varga, winning the fight via 5th round TKO.

      • February 24, 2001: Halmich successfully defends the IBF light-flyweight title against Szilvia Csicsely, winning the fight via 3rd round TKO.

      • April 7, 2001: Halmich successfully defends the IBF light-flyweight title against Andrea Blevins, winning the fight via 5th round KO.

      • April 20, 2002: Halmich successfully defends the IBF light-flyweight title against Anca Moise, winning the fight via 4th round TKO.

      World Titles

      Halmich was a three-weight-division world champion. She has held five world titles, four of which were vacant title wins, the other was a lineal championship win.

      Weight DivisionWorld Titles Held
      Super-flyweightIBF 2x
      FlyweightIBF 2x
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