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Segolene Lefebvre

Super Bantam Weight



  • Douai, Nord, France

KO 1



L 0



D 0


5′ 6″
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Lefebvre embarked on her professional boxing journey on January 24, 2015, with a notable four-round points decision (PTS) win against Bojana Libiszewska at the Salle Marie-José Pérec in Fourmies, France.

Building on her early success, she achieved a record of 3–0 (0 KOs) and then secured the French female super-featherweight title by defeating Taoussy L’Hadji via majority decision (MD) on April 22, 2016, at the Salle Gayant in Douai, France.

Two fights later, in Douai on November 4, 2016, she captured the vacant WBF International female super-bantamweight title by defeating Gabriella Mezei through a unanimous decision (UD), with judges scoring the bout 98–92 and 97–93.

Taking a significant step forward in her career, Lefebvre challenged for her first world championship title on March 10, 2017, at the Salle Gayant. She faced Simone Da Silva Duarte for the vacant WBF female super-bantamweight title and secured a ninth-round technical knockout (TKO) victory after a flurry of punches and Duarte’s inability to defend herself.

In a remarkable display of skill and determination, Lefebvre defended her title successfully three times before facing Laura Griffa on April 12, 2019, at the Salle Gayant. In this fight, the vacant IBO female super-bantamweight title was at stake, and Lefebvre emerged triumphant through a unanimous decision (UD).

Continuing her impressive journey, she defended her WBF title against Ana Maria Lozano in October 2019. Subsequently, on May 28, 2021, at the Salle Gayant, Lefebvre claimed the vacant WBC Silver female super-bantamweight title by defeating Jasmina Nad through a unanimous decision (UD), with judges scoring the fight 100–90, 99–91, and 98–92.

Her next significant bout occurred on November 20, with the vacant WBO female super-bantamweight title up for grabs against Paulette Valenzuela at the Salle Gayant. Despite being knocked down in the tenth round, Lefebvre secured a unanimous decision (UD) victory, earning her first major world championship title. This win also propelled her to the third spot in The Ring magazine’s super-bantamweight rankings.30






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