Ann Wolfe is a female professional boxer who is known in the boxing world under the nickname “Brown Sugar”. Wolfe was born on January 17, 1971 in Waco, Texas, United States. She boxes in the Middleweight division in Women’s boxing.
Standing at 5 feet and 9 inches, Wolfe is considered as a force to be reckoned with in boxing especially since she has been noted to be hardest puncher in the history of female boxing. Wolfe entered the world of professional boxing in 1998 after she competed in the USA National Championships during the same year as an amateur. The Nationals was held in California and Wolfe managed to defeat Tami Hendrickson during the quarter-final round in a match that ended in a decision of 50-39.
For her debut match, Wolfe fought Brenda Bell Drexel at the Seven Feathers Hotel and Casino Resort in Oregon. The match was a close one that resulted in a split decision in favor of Wolfe. The following year, Wolfe blocked the professional debut of Dakota Stone, when Wolfe knocked out the latter with a hard-right punch during the second round–leading to a unanimous decision in Wolfe’s favor.
Wolfe fought her last matches in 2006 before she went into retirement. Her last two opponents were Cassandra Giger and Lisa Ested, where she knocked out Giger, and won against Ested via decision. Throughout her career, Wolfe as enjoyed 24 victories, 16 of which were via knockout, and 1 loss without any draws.