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Jane Couch was born on 14 August, 1968 in Fleetwood, United Kingdom, is an English boxer. At 52 years old, Jane Couch height is 5 ft 7 in (171.0 cm).

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Jane Couch Age 54 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 14 August 1968
Birthday 14 August
Birthplace Fleetwood, United Kingdom
Nationality British

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In 2016, Couch was inducted into the Women's International Boxing Hall of Fame in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The IWBHF was created and founded in 2014 by Sue TL Fox.


In 2012, Couch was awarded the AOCA / Awakening Outstanding Contribution Award for her part played in raising public awareness and acceptance of female fighters.


On 12 August 2009 it was reported that the International Olympic Committee appeared set to include the sport in the 2012 Summer Olympics.

In December 2009, Couch promoted a competition at the Marriott Hotel, Bristol.


She announced her retirement on 1 December 2008 and said she intended to continue as a boxing promoter. At the time, she said

In 2008 Couch competed in the reincarnation of Superstars.

On 20 December 2008 Couch co-promoted a promotion with Ricky Hatton in Bristol and then in February 2009 announced a more formal partnership with Hatton Promotions when she signed as boxing co-ordinator.


Her last fight, against Anne Sophie Mathis on 8 December 2007, resulted in a loss by technical knockout.

Couch was appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2007 Queen's Birthday Honours.


In September 2003 Staples Center, Los Angeles, Couch lost on points over eight rounds to the highly regarded Lucia Rijker of Holland.


In 2001, she published an autobiography, "Jane Couch – Fleetwood Assassin".


The British Boxing Board of Control initially refused to grant Couch a professional licence on the sole ground that she was a woman, and argued that PMS made women too unstable to box. Claiming sexual discrimination and supported by the Equal Opportunities Commission, Couch managed to have this decision overturned by a tribunal in March 1998. However, some criticism followed as the British Medical Association called this result "a demented extension of equal opportunities".


Couch's first defence of her title was against noted female boxer Andrea DeShong, who was stopped in seven rounds in New Orleans, Louisiana in March 1997.


Couch's first major success occurred in only her fifth pro fight in 1996 when she won the WIBF light welterweight title by outpointing France's Sandra Geiger over ten rounds in Copenhagen, Denmark.


Jane Couch, MBE (born 14 August 1968) is a British former professional boxer who competed from 1994 to 2007. She became the first officially licensed British female boxer in 1998, and won numerous world titles. Couch has since become a boxing promoter.