November 17th 2018-Hadong Gymnasium, Hadong, South Korea
Eun Hye Lee (11-1, 4) vs Xiuli Liang (2-3)
Last month Korean fans saw Eun Hye Lee [이은혜] defending her WIBA Light Flyweight title against the little known Xiuli Liang.
November 26th 2016-Seohee Culture Center, Icheon, South Korea
Eun Hye Lee (8-1, 3) vs Nongnun Mor Krungthepthonburi (8-5-1)
Back in 2016 talented Korean fighter Eun Hye Lee faced off with Thai foe Nongnun Mor Krungthepthonburi
March 4th 2018-Hanbat Gymnasium, Daejeon, South Korea
Eun Hye Lee (10-1, 4) vs Chie Higano (7-6, 2)
Back in March fight fans in Korea saw Eun Hye Lee and Chie Higano battle for the WIBA Flyweight title.
June 24th 2017-Palma Gymnasium, Suncheon, South Korea
Eun Hye Lee (9-1, 4) vs Jujeath Nagaowa (13-17-1, 8)
In June Korean fans in Suncheon saw WIBA Flyweight champion Eun Hye Lee [이은혜] take on Filipino veteran Jujeath Nagaowa.
April 23rd 2011-Seodaejeon Square, Daejeon, South Korea
Eun Hye Lee (0-0) vs A Ra Jo (0-0)
Korean female fighter Eun Hye Lee [이은혜] made her debut in 2011 facing A Ra Jo. Since this bout Lee has gone on to claim a world title and has seriously developed her skills, and is in fact lined up for a chance to become a 2-weight world champion later this year!
September 29th 2015-Gwangyang Gymnasium Gwangyang, South Korea
Eun Hye Lee (7-0, 2) vs Ploynapa Sakrungrueng (12-5-1, 1)
Later this year we will see a WBO female Light Flyweight title fight take place in Japan. The last time the title was fought for was in Korea when Eun Hye Lee battled Ploynapa Sakrungrueng for the then vacant title.
March 1st 2014- Sports Center, Yecheon, South Korea
Eun Hye Lee (4-0, 1) Vs Rathsada Sor Worasin (0-0)
There isn't a lot of footage of unbeaten Korean female Eun Hye Lee however she is seen as one of the emerging fighters on the female Flyweight scene. OF the footage that was available the most notable fight saw her coming up against Thailand's Rathsada Sor Worasin back in March 2014.
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