The first Iranian woman to contest an official boxing bout has cancelled plans to return home after an arrest warrant was issued for her in Tehran.
Sadaf Khadem beat a French boxer, Anne Chauvin, in the match, which took place in France on Saturday.
Her representative told Reuters that authorities had issued arrest warrants against her and fight organiser Mahyar Monshipour.
Mr Monshipour, an Iranian-born former boxing world champion who is now a French citizen, set up the bout after Iran opened the door to allowing women to box.
Miss Khadem was quoted by a sports newspaper as saying she believed she was accused of violating Iran’s compulsory dress code by boxing in a vest and shorts.
Miss Khadem, 24, fought in a green vest and red shorts with a white waistband – the colours of Iran’s national flag.