KBS N Sports will televise live
to the people of South Korea
when Hye-Soo Park fights
undefeated Hei Tao Zhang from
China for the vacant World
Boxing Federation (WBF) Womens
Intercontinental Light Flyweight
title on Saturday November 18.
The fight is the co-feature of a
championship double-header at
the Gyeyang Gymnasium in
Incheon, a harbour-city 30
kilometres west of Seoul.
Local resident Park, 8-8-1 (2),
is a former PABA Champion at
Super Flyweight, and challenged
Mexico´s Anabel Ortiz for the
WBA World Strawweight title in
2013, losing a unanimous
decision. The 29-year-old, born
in Seoul, is now on a mission to
gain another crack at a world
title in 2018.
Hei Tao Zhang (19) will be
fighting for her first
professional title, and has
agreed to do things the hard way
by travelling to South Korea for
the opportunity. At 5-0 (2), she
has already boxed over ten
rounds twice, so the
championship distance will not
be a new experience for her.
Also on the card will be former
WBF World Champion Hyun Mi Choi,
14-0-1 (4), defending her WBA
World Super Featherweight title
against Jessica Gonzalez, 7-3-2
(1), from Mexico.
Promoters are SungSan Hyo
Promotion and Bumjin Promotion.