Pakistan’s first female MMA fighter defeats Australian rival
Pakistan’s first mixed martial arts fighter Anita Karim hailing from Hunza has defeated her Australian rival Uyen Ha, at Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok.
The MMA fighter from Hunza defeated her opponent in all three rounds of the bandwidth fight.
Anita’s brother informed everyone about her feat through a tweet on social media.
He said that Anita was the first and only Pakistani MMA fighter to win a fight at this prestigious stadium.
After that, Anita herself updated about her victory and also shared a video clip of the match.
She said that, she is very thankful to Allah and thanks to all the people who gave love and cooperation, she also appreciated her team on this memorable victory.
Social media users congratulated the daughter of the nation who fought with great enthusiasm with her brilliant performance.
Anita Karim is Pakistan’s first international MMA fighter who has won numerous national and international competitions.
MMA is not a very popular sport in Pakistan, especially among women in Pakistani society.
Initially, she did not have a female partner for training, so she trained with her brother Ehtisham and other male colleagues.
When Anita came to Islamabad from Hunza, she was offered to pursue higher education or become an MMA fighters and she chose to become an MMA fighter despite the challenges that stood in her way.