Ritu Phogat and her dream of becoming the No. 1 Indian female boxer (Part 2)

Let’s continue the great story about Ritu Phogat and her dream of becoming the No. 1 Indian female boxer!

Starting with many hardships

Although having a wrestling background and a respectable record is an advantage, however, it’s undeniable that just getting acquainted with the complexity of the new subject just a few months is a difficulty for Phogat. Especially when her opponent is a young martial artist, she has a knack for Brazilian Jiu-martial, which is the opposite of Wrogling of Phogat.

“I had to practice with Muay Thai, Boxing, BJJ, etc. I also had to change the strength and strength exercises. When I first started, it was really hard especially when I had to leave my family, eat, do what ”- Ritu Phogat said about going to practice at Evolve gym in Singapore during the 8 months before the match. .

“People can imagine that mixed martial arts is something more intense, more violent. But for me, ther is a sport like many other sports, once you put your heart into it, you will succeed. “

“I am here to achieve something, I have grown day by day and you will see the best version of me on November 16” – Ritu said.

Debuting at ONE: Age of Dragons in the match against Korean boxer Kim Hee Nam, Ritu Phogat will be the next name to fill in the list of femaleweightweight Atomweight female boxers. Currently, ther is also the weight class considered as the “shark pool” of ONE Championship when there are many formidable fighters such as defending champion Angela Lee, young talent Stamp Fairtex.

ONE: Age Of Dragons will take place in Beijing, China on Friday November 16. The Prelims will be broadcast on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and ONE Super App at 4:00 pm. The main card of the event will be broadcast live on HTV Sports at 5:30.