Born: Jan. 17, 1971
Born in Oakdale, LA on January 17, 1971. Under the tutelage of Pops Billingsley, Wolfe compiled a 3-1 amateur record and competed at the 1998 USA National Championships.
She turned pro in 1998 and defeated Dakota Stone (W 4) and Mary Ann Almager (TKO 1) on her way to defeating Vienna Williams (W 10) for the vacant IFBA super welterweight title in 2001. She won the WIBA and IBA titles later that year with a 3rd round TKO over Gina Nicholas. Wolfe became a two-division champion by stopping Marsha Valley (TKO 6) for the vacant IFBA super middleweight belt in June 2002 and captured the vacant WIBC title with a 10th round TKO over Valley six months later. Following a win over Valerie Mahfood (W 10), Wolfe won a third divisional title via a sensational 1st round KO over Vonda Ward for the WIBA and IBA light heavyweight straps in May 2004. The powerfully built 5’9” Wolfe retired from the ring with a 19-fight winning streak and pro ledger of 24-1 (16 KOs), 1 NC. Known for her dedication and discipline in the gym, her fearless and aggressive ring style endeared her to fans. Following her in-ring career, she trained amateurs at the Ann Wolfe Boxing Gym and many professionals, including junior middleweight contender James Kirkland.