Kickboxer Ruqsana Begum thinks world

Kickboxer Ruqsana Begum thinks coming through the "supreme" test of her career and landing a world title can be a game-changer for aiming sportswomen in this country.

The British and European atomweight champ challenges Sweden's Susanna Salmijarvi in London this weekend, bidding to make history by ending up being Britain's first South Asian female kickboxing world champ.

Begum has conquered the odds to obtain to this stage in her career, winning 2 World Championship medals in spite of battling a rare type of chronic fatigue syndrome called ME.

However, the British-Bangladeshi fighter and Sporting Equals ambassador hopes she can motivate women and women across the nation by ending up being the 48kg world champ on Saturday night.

 

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Trainer: Bethe Correia Enjoyed Incredible Three-Month

Bethe Correia will go back to Ultimate Fighting Championship competition for the very first time since losing to Ronda Rousey in August when she deals with Raquel Pennington at UFC on Fox 19 this Saturday in Tampa, Florida. There, she will represent the American Kickboxing Academy in a bout that carries significant significance for both women.

We did an amazing three-month camp here, said Edelson Silva, Correia s head coach and fianc. They offered us a nice reception and we ll return for future defend sure. AKA is such a strong group in jiu-jitsu, battling and total MMA. Bethe discovered a lot and improved her online game so much. Learn about Gym at crazy88mma.com .

 

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RAYMOND DANIELS FORECASTS SPINNING BODY

The last time the fight world saw American striking sage Raymond Daniels in action, he was in Las Vegas getting drilled with punches he couldn’t see from an elite fighter.

Daniels was stopped by existing Glory welterweight champion NiekyHolzken thanks to a gruesome laceration he suffered around his left eye. Now that he’s recovered, Daniels prepares to help Bellator take kickboxing into the mainstream.

 

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