An Australian transvestite won a Canadian women’s boxing competition in Quebec by default in late October because his 36-year-old female opponent, Dr. Katia Bissonnette, refused to fight a man.
2023 Provincial Golden Glove Championship took place from Oct. 27 to Oct. 29 in Victoriaville, Quebec. It was hosted by the Quebec Olympic Boxing Federation in partnership with the KO-96 boxing club. The competition afforded amateur boxers the opportunity to qualify for the Canadian Championship in December.
Bissonnette, a recovered
drug addict turned psychologist, figured she had fair shot in the 0-5 fights, 165 lb. super welterweight category. That dream was dashed by 27-year-old Mya Walmsley, a man evidently keen on beating up women.
“I came down from my hotel room to head towards the room where all the boxers were warming up. My coach suddenly took me aside and told me he received information by text message, which he had then validated, that my opponent was not a woman by birth. We did not have any other additional information,” Bissonnette
Denis Gravel, Katia’s trainer, indicated that neither the QOBF nor Boxing Canada bothered to mention that Mya…
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