Born: Jan. 25, 1980
Bouts: 34
Won: 28
Lost:  3
Draw: 3
Induction: 2024
Born Ana Maria Torres Ramirez on January 25, 1980 in Ciudad Nezahualcoyotl, Mexico. 

Torres began training with Jose Morales and turned professional in 1999 with a 4-round win over future world champion Mariana Juarez in the first of their three bouts (2-0-1). “La Guerrera” captured the Mexican bantamweight (twice) and NABF super flyweight titles before unsuccessfully challenging Kwang Ok Kim for the WBC bantamweight strap (L 10) in 2006. She rebounded to TKO Mayela Perez in six rounds for the interim WBC super flyweight title and gained full recognition with a 10-round win over Dahianna Santana in 2007. Torres lost the title to Myung Ok Ryu (L 10) and, following a draw in the rematch, won the interim belt from Esmeralda Moreno (W 10) in 2008. Torres assumed full championship status with a fourth round TKO over Paulina Cardona to begin her second championship reign that would include 10 successful title defenses and wins over such standouts as Ava Knight (W 10), Alesia Graf (W 10) and Hollie Dunaway (TKO 6). In 2011 she met Jackie Nava twice, drawing in the first encounter and scoring a 10-round win in the rematch for the WBC diamond bantamweight belt. Renowned for her textbook boxing style, the 5’ 4” Torres retired in 2012 with a professional record of 28-3-3 (16 KOs). 

In addition to boxing in her home county, she also competed in bouts in the Dominican Republic, North Korea and the United States.​
Ana Maria Torres