Han scored a sparkling unanimous decision victory Friday night in front of nearly 3,000 adoring fans in the Don Haskins Center. How dominant was she? El Paso's sweetheart did not lose a single round. There was never a doubt in anyone's mind when Han and Gerula stood on each side of referee Robert Velez, waiting for the decision. All three judges scored it 100-89 in the 10-round world championship duel.
And so Jennifer Han is STILL the IBF women's featherweight world champion.
Jennifer Han & Olivia Gerula Title Fight - 2017
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