Segolene “Majestic” Lefebvre takes on Venezuela's Ana Maria Lozano in a super bantamweight fight on Saturday October 26th at the Complexe Sportif Gayant in her hometown of Douai, France. Lefebvre, 12-0, is on a roll in her last four bouts, beating Simone Da Silva in March of 2017, followed by Naroyuki Koasicha, Gabriela Bouvier, Yesica Patricia Marcos and Laura Soledad Griffa. While she lacks devastating punching power, the excellent boxing skills of Lefebvre are firmly establishing her at the top of her division, and, at only twenty-six years of age, her ceiling appears to be very high. But in Lozano, 16-9-1, she will almost certainly get a tough test.
A perennial contender, the 33 year-old Lozano has competed at the absolute top level for the last six years. But, while she has won various regional titles, she has amazingly come up short in no less than seven challenges for various world titles at bantamweight, super bantamweight and featherweight.
Against Lefebvre she will be fighting outside Venezuela for the eleventh time, and, with a clear advantage in power, she has declared that she has no intention of leaving things in the hands of the judges. It remains to be seen if her persistence pays off.
Lefebvre vs. Lozano for the WBF super featherweight title is the main event of a show promoted by Robert Pantigny and the Douai Boxing Club.