Ritu Phogat vows to make India proud and asks for their support ahead of the biggest battle of her career »FirstSportz

Ritu Phogat
Ritu Phogat

Ritu Phogat is now within reach of his chance to become the first Indian fighter to fight for a major MMA title. The Indian boxer, on Friday, overcame a mental effort from Grand Prix substitute Jenelyn Olsim to win by unanimous decision in the semi-finals of the Women’s ONE Atomic World Championship.

Phogat posted a video from her Twitter account urging all Indians to watch and support her in the biggest fight of her career, she said, “Hello everyone, I would like to thank all my compatriots who watched my matches at Mixed Martial Arts, sent me your wishes and wishes, as well as showing your love for them. with our country. Just like you all support games like cricket, kabaddi and wrestling, I hope you can also support us.”

She continued, “It will push us to give our best for India because we are nothing without your love. This sport is not just about violence but a huge test of technique and endurance. I will play the biggest match of my career on December 3. For the first time in history, an Indian will step into the ring in the final of the Women’s Grand Prix – and this is a moment. great for this sport in our country. I will do my best to win this prestigious belt and make my country proud. Jai Hind. ”

“It’s not easy to bring Ritu Phogat to his knees, ”Ritu Phogat gives a warning to everyone on the team

Indian Ritu Phogat
Ritu Phogat represents her country in ONE

In a recent interview, she clearly stated that she is here to stay and that it will not be easy for anyone to beat her in the octagon, “It is not easy to bring Ritu Phogat to his knees. I am here to always prove you wrong. I live to win and dare to give my all. The tigress is set to claim the glory of her passion at the Women’s Atomic World Grand Prix Final. I’ll turn it into a firecracker. ”

Phogat currently have a career record of 7-1 and will face Thailand Fairtex stamps (January 8) December 3. The winner will get a title with defending champion Angela Lee. Fairtex defeated Julie Mezabarba by a unanimous decision in her semi-finals.

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https://firstsportz.com/mma-ritu-phogat-asks-indian-fan-support/ Ritu Phogat vows to make India proud and asks for their support ahead of the biggest battle of her career »FirstSportz


Aila Slisco is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: ailaslisco@interreviewed.com.

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