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FCBA Hall of Fame

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 REQUIREMENTS FOR THE HALL OF FAME

 

TESS VALMORE:

The requirements are as follows: a minimum of 100 fights. This shows durability and the ability to be an attractive opponent over a number of years. At present, it would take a fighter a minimum of seven years to get 100 fights. The candidates must have a win/loss percentage of at least 60%. The figure is not ours, but Sim’s, who years ago said a 60% win ratio was “outstanding” Quality of fighter’s opponents can be judged by the number of titles held or the number

of title fights The combination of 100 fights and a 60% win ratio severely restricts entry into the Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame, however, is not meant for good fighters but the outstanding ones. 

 

 

  

Hall of Fame inductees in order of induction

 

1. CHARLIZE THERON  2. DANIELLE FISHEL 3. LUCY LIU 4. JENNIFER GARNER




 

Inducted April 2011.

 

Tess Valmore:

35. 318 fights. 221-85-12. 137 KOs, 62 title belts. Retired at end of 2009. Returned in September 2010. Her win/loss ratio since coming back from retirement is 78%, better than her lifetime percentage of 72.2% Including this years inductees, she has fought and beaten eight. Only fighter to hold titles in four divisions.

 

Inducted April 2011.

 

Tess Valmore:

30. 202 fights. 117-73-1. 69KOs. 17 title belts. Retired in 2007. Returned in 2009. She is fighting at less than a 50% win/loss ratio since her return from retirement therefore, her overall win/loss ration has suffered.

 

Inducted April 2011.

 

Tess Valmore:

42. 114 fights. 80-34. 53 KO’S 17 title belts. Has not officially retired but doesn’t get many offers of fights. Perhaps the fact that she has won her last ten may have something to do with it. She was 4-2 against fellow Hall Of Famer, Dani Fishel and once even fought Theron

 

Inducted April 2011.

 

Tess Valmore:

39. 112 fights. 78-33-1. 49 KOs. 26 title belts. Her 70% win/loss ratio is second only to her long term rival Charlize Theron. She is still active and recently held the unified lightweight title and has had a 6-4 record over the last year and a half.

 

 

 

       

 

 

5. ELIZA DUSHKU 6. ALI LANDRY 7. CATHERINE BELL 8. MICHELLE WILLIAMS




 

Inducted April 2011.

 

Tess Valmore:

31. 128 fights. 84-38-1. 49 KOs. 36 title belts. 69% win/loss ratio. No bantamweight has held more titles or has a better win/loss ratio. She has been rather inactive since the beginning or 2010 but just won the unified bantam title last week

 

 

Inducted April 2011.

 

Tess Valmore:

38. 139 fights. 94-41-4 57 KOs. 37 title belts, second to Theron. 69% win/loss ratio. Still active. Currently hold the unified welter belts. Has held titles in three divisions

 

Inducted April 2011.

 

Tess Valmore: 

42. 163 fights. 98-61-4. 42 KOs. 26 title belts. Still active but obviously on the downhill. Her 7-9 record over the last two plus years has diminished her win/loss ratio. Should retire.

 

Inducted April 2011.

 

Tess Valmore:

I have to admit not inducting her into the Hall of Fame on the last induction was an oversight. We should have inducted her before one other. She came up to the FCBA in November 1999 with the venerable TE stable. She fought under the TE banner until May, 2004, when she switched to HISC. She has a record of 106-56-7 with 73 KO’s. That puts her second in KOs among the Hall of Fame boxers 

She has held 27 title belts which is more than any other flyweight. Her win/loss ratio is 65%. Willliams is known to be a rough but not dirty fighter, more in the style of a brawler. Presently 30 years of age, she has years ahead of her.      

 
       

 

 

9. BRITNEY SPEARS 10. JENNIFER O'DELL 11. CLAIRE DANES 12. JAIME PRESSLY




 

Inducted April 2011.

 

Tess Valmore:

I suspect this will be a surprise to many. At 29, she is the youngest to be inducted into the Hall Of Fame. She came into the FCBA at the age of 18 and is now a veteran of 133 fights with a record of 81-46-6 and 54 KO’s. Her won/loss ratio is 63% with 18 title belts. She started out under HISC and is now in her fourth stable, Hour Glass, but for all intents and purposes is a member of Front Street where she trains and hangs out. Fourteen percent of her fights have been against Hall OF Fame members Dani Fishel and Eliza Dushku plus a series against Jewel Kilcher who now also hangs her hat at Front Street. She is now also instrumental in helping guide the career of her younger sister Jamie Lee Spears. She should have five or six more years ahead of her.
 

 

 

Inducted April 2011.

 

Tess Valmore:

36. After two years as an independent, she joined Bell Sports in 2003 and fought for that stable until it’s unfortunate demise. She had 115 fights with a record of 75-39-1 and 43 KOs. She only held seven title belts but in one she had six successful defenses. She is the only fighter to win two best of seven series. She at times served as a gate keeper for other Bell Sports fighters such as Kaley Cucuo and Charisma Carpenter. She was a real crowd pleaser but being a crowd pleaser doesn’t get you into the Hall Of Fame but being a crowd pleaser with a win/loss ratio of 66% does. She retired at the end of 2008 with the closing of Bell Sports although she did make a brief appearance in an MILF tournament at the end of last year. She is presently a fight promoter.

 

Inducted October 2011.

 

Tess Valmore: 

32. She had her first fight in 1999 and only two more in 2000 before joining HISC. She has had 120 fights and a record of 69-45-6. She barely made the 60% requirement with a 60.52 win ratio. She is in a rough period losing three or her last four which cost he three points on the win ratio. She met the requirements. She has held ten title belts.

 

Inducted October 2011.

 

Tess Valmore:

34 Probably the surprise. She attained the 100 fight level on 6/18/11. She has had 100 fights with a record of 63-37 which gives her a 63% win ratio. She has 46 knockouts to her credit. She has also amassed 23 titles including seven unified titles. Pressly fought as an independent for four years before joining Kim KruZherZ were she remained until the stable was terminated. She is now with Empire. Unfortunately Empire doesn’t seem too interested as she has only had one bout this year.     

 
       

 

 

13. JESSICA BIEL 14. NEVE CAMPBELL 15. KALEY CUOCO 16. NATALIE PORTMAN




 

Inducted May 2012.

 

Tess Valmore:

Miss Biel fought her 100th fight in February of this year. She has a win/loss ratio of 63%. She has won 27 title belts including 8 unified lightweight titles. She is considered to be the most athletic of the lightweights. if not the entire FCBA. She broke into the FCBA with Tech Unlimited and under Technetium quickly developed into one of the top lightweights. At the end of July 2009, she moved over to Medallion where her success has continued. She also has an association with Front Street where she sometimes works out or helps fighter prepare for fights.

 

 

Inducted May 2012.

 

Tess Valmore:

Miss Campbell’s championship win in the last PPV was in her 109th fight and her 64th win. Her win loss/ratio is 60.37% Clare Danes was inducted with a very similar ratio. Neve has won 13 title belts including four unified bantam titles. Neve broke into the FCBA with the Mounties in 2000. In 2002, she moved to the illustrious Samdog, and there defeated Heather Kozar in the first loser leaves bout in FCBA history. We believe it was also the first non-Sim fight to appear on the board. When Samdog closed in 2005, she moved back to the Mounties, until it closed in 2006. In 2010, The Wiz recruited her to be the assistant trainer at Front Street, a position she still holds. In addition to being a trainer she has managed to build a 10-2 record.

 

 

Inducted August 2014.

 

Tess Valmore: 

Just completed her 100th fight with her 62nd win, winning a decision over another Hall OF Fame member. That win obviously give her a 62% win ratio. She has had titles in two divisions holding one unified bantamweight title and three unified lightweight titles. She started out under Bell Sports and moved to Medallion when Bell Sports went out of business. She has a 40% KO to fights ratio and a 65% KO to wins ratio, both quite high

 

Inducted August 2014.

 

Tess Valmore:

Could have been inducted earlier but we waited until Cuoco qualified. We didn’t want to do a single induction. She has now had 103 fights with 63 wins with two draws giving her a 62% win ratio. This 33 year old flyweight has held 27 title belts consisting of nine unified flyweight titles. She is presently in her third stable, HISC, after her first two stables folded. Not known for power. she is a boxer’s boxer. Most of her win have been by decision and/or by TKO’s
 

 
       

 

 

17. AMANDA RIGHETTI 18. HAYDEN PANETTIERE 19. SARAH CARTER

20. VANESSA HUDGENS 


 

Inducted November 2017.

 

Tess Valmore:

Tractorpull welcomes AMANDA RIGHETTI to the Hall Of Fame. Her career spans thirteen years in which she has had the required 100 fights and a 72% win average which exceeds the minimum 60% ratio. She started out as a lightweight and had a 10-12 record. She moved to welter in 2009, found her home in that division and became a dominating factor. She has held five Unified Welterweight titles. Now at the age of 34, she shows no sign of slowing down and we expect more good years from her.

 

 

Inducted January 2019.

 

Tess Valmore:

Tractorpull welcomes Hayden Panettiere to the Hall Of Fame. Her career spans thirteen years in which she has fought in 102 bouts winning 67 for a win/loss ratio of of 66% and holding three unified bantam titles.  At the age of 29, she should have many good years in the future! 

 

Inducted May 2019.

 

Tess Valmore:

Tractorpull welcomes Sarash Carter to the Hall Of Fame. She now has 101 bouts with 59 wins and 37 losses for a win/loss ratio of 62%. She made her debut in 2003 but really didn’t into action until 2005. She didn’t get into a stable until 2007 when she was signed by the Mounties. That stable folded three months later. She signed with her present stable on July 1, 2007 During her career so far she won three unified flyweight titles with eleven successful defenses.

 

Inducted July 2019.

 

Tess Valmore:

Tractorpull welcomes Vanessa Hudgens to the Hall Of Fame. She now has 102 bouts with 79 wins and 33 losses for a win/loss ratio of 67%, She made her debut in 2007 and for the next couple years she had three to four bouts a year. She became very active in 2011 and has remained active. During her career she has held four united flyweight titles with eight successful defenses. She signed with Lookout it 2008 and then moved to Phoenix Boxing until 2011 when she moved back to Lookout. 

 

       

 

 

21. YVONNE STRAHOVSKI 22. MISSY PEREGRYM

 

Inducted August 2020.

 

Tess Valmore:

On August 6, 2020, Yvonne Strahovski won her sixty-seventh fight of her career in her one-hundredth FCBA fight to become the twenty-first member of the Hall Of Fame. She made her debut on March 20, 2008, beating Navi Rawat by a one point decision. She entered the FCBA as a member of Lookout Boxing and has been a member of that stable ever since. She won her first title, a Reebox Lightweight title on July 10, 2009. Since that time she has accumulated four Unified Lightweight titles, the last being on March 2, 2018. She is presently 38 years old. She has consistently fought between seven and ten bouts a year with 2018 being the exception when she fought twelve. On her entry into the Hall Of Fame, she has a 67% win-loss ratio

 

 

Inducted August 2020.

 

Tess Valmore:

On August 29, 2020 Missy Peregrym won her sixty-fourth fight of her career in her one-hundreth FCBA fight, to become the twenty-second member of the Hall Of Fame. She made her debut on July 7.2006 as a bantam She won two Unified
Bantam titles and October 31,2009 after defending her title by beating Evangeline Lilly, she voluntarily gave up the title to move to lightweight. Despite being a small lightweight, she has won two Unified Lightweight Titles. Her win ratio is 65%

Outside of the Initial induction ceremony, Lookout is the first stable to have three members enter the Hall in the same year. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE STABLES 

 

HISC - Of the 19 fighters now in the Tractorpull Hall Of Fame, Mr Hawkeye has been instrumental in the careers of six. It was under HISC that Britney Spears first gained attention. It was in HISC that Jennifer Garner had her glory years. Eliza Dushku and Claire Danes are or were home grown. In 2004, he obtained Michelle Williams from TE and in 2011 he signed Natalie Portman.

TANK ENTERPRISES - Never had more than four fighters in the stable but three are in the Hall of Fame. Michelle Williams, Danielle Fishel and Catherine Bell.

KIM’S KRUZHERZ - Theron and Liu were home grown. Bell was added late in the stables existence. When the KruZherZ folded, Theron retired and then joined THE ACADEMY.

BELL SPORTS - O’Dell was home grown and Spears had good years there.

FOXFIRE - The present home of Jennifer Garner and Danielle Fishel.

HOUR GLASS - Britney Spear’s alleged stable.

FRONT STREET - Neve Campbell’s stable. Spears also works here and Biel does some training at the Front Street Gym.

 

EMPIRE - Jamie Pressly fights under the Empire colors.

TECH UNLIMITED - Developed Jessica Biel.

MEDALLION - Beil and Dushku are members of this stable as well as Ms Cuoco’s.

JERI’S KNOCKOUTS - Home of Ali Landry since 2011.

 

BONZO’S GYM - Righetti has been a member since 2011 and has won almost 40% of her fights there.

 

CHIMERA - Present home of Theron, who was also member of the Academy before it folded.

 

 

 

 

 

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