Victoria Bustos
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Victoria Bustos is an Argentine professional boxer. She is a world champion in two weight classes, having held the IBF female lightweight title from 2013 to 2018 and the IBF female light welterweight title in 2019.

Bustos started her professional career in 2011 with a victorious bout against a fellow Argentinian boxer Maria Angelica Ruiz. Her debut winning streak followed for the next 5 bouts. Then she encountered her first loss against another Argentinian boxer Erica Anabella Farias.

Bustos won the vacant IBF female lightweight title against Ana Esteche On 21 September 2013. She then retained the title five times by defeating Roxana Laborde, Natalia Aguirre, Claudia Lopez, Kimberly Connor, and Maria Capriolo. But she lost the title to WBA Champion Katie Tylor on 28 April 2018.

Victoria Bustos Personal Information:

Full Name Victoria Noelia Bustos
Nickname La Leona / The Lioness
Stance Orthodox
Born 7 January 1989
Debut 8 July 2011
Height 5 ft 4 1/2 in (164 cm)
Weight Super-lightweight
Age 33
Birthplace Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina
Residence Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina
Religion N/A
Nationality Argentinian
Net Worth N/A
Marital Status N/A
Father name N/A
Mother name N/A
Salary N/A
Twitter Handle @ victorianoelia6
Instagram Handle @ victorianoeliabustos

Age:

Victoria was born on 7 January 1989. She is currently 33 years old.

Victoria Bustos’s Net Worth and Salary:

The player’s net worth and salary are currently undisclosed. But it is estimated that her net worth is above $1 million as one of the most successful and popular female boxers from Argentina.

Height:

Victoria has a 5 ft 4 1/2 in (164 cm) height. She is competing in the super-lightweight class.

Nickname:

Victoria Bustos is known as La Leona (The Lioness) among her fans.

Relationship Status:

The player’s relationship status is currently unknown. She has kept her personal and love life private.

Recent News About Victoria Bustos:

Last 21st May, Victoria went on about against the British super-lightweight class fighter Chantelle Cameron. Although this two-weight world champion shared the rings with Katie Taylor and Cecelia Braekhus, Cameron proved to be too much for her that night. For nine rounds, Chantelle dominated Bustos with her fast, aggressive and skillful boxing. By the final round, Bustos had given up on the hope of winning as the British boxer outmatched her with 100-90 scores.

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