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They had a rematch on October 17, 2008, at the Palace of Auburn Hills in suburban Detroit, which ended in a draw.
On December 2, 2011, Holm took on knockout artist Anne Sophie Mathis of France for the vacant IBA female and WBAN welterweight titles.
The two fought again on June 15, 2012, for Mathis's WBF female, IBA female, and WBAN welterweight titles.
Holm took a unanimous decision win over Mathis, becoming the new champion and avenging her earlier KO loss.
She is a big draw in her home town of Albuquerque, having all but three of her fights there and just one of her fights outside of her home state of New Mexico.
In June 2008 she became the undisputed welterweight champion and holder of belts from 140 to 154 by defeating former champ Mary Jo Sanders by decision.
Her father, Roger, is a Church of Christ preacher — as a fighter, Holly would later be nicknamed "The Preacher's Daughter" — and her mother, Tammy, is a massage therapist. Growing up, Holm played soccer and participated in gymnastics, swimming and diving.
Holm made her mixed martial arts debut on March 4, 2011, against Christina Domke at an event organized by her boxing promoter, Lenny Fresquez.
She headlined the card with Jackson's Submission Fighting teammate Keith Jardine. On April 4, 2014, Holm faced Juliana Werner for the inaugural Legacy FC Women's Bantamweight Championship.
Holm was badly beaten by the stronger Mathis without the referee interfering, even going into the canvas without a count.
She finally lost by knockout in the 7th round, which would be dubbed the upset of the year in women's boxing.