Tibetan Girl Wins International Fighting Championship in Delhi

First Tibetan female fighter, Miss Tenzin Pema has collected yet another victory to her kitty when she won the Hosharafu Fighting Championship held in New Delhi on Sunday. The young Tibetan fighter was last seen winning double silver medals representing India in Kickboxing at the 3nd International Thai Martial Arts Games And Festival 2018 in Bangkok earlier this year.

The International Hosharafu Federation Organized HFC 26, Professional Fight Night on 9th September 2018 in New Delhi India in association with Indian Martial Art Sansthan & Knockout Martial Arts. Tibetan origin Tenzin Pema from Delhi and Jyoti Singh from Mumbai fought in the Atomweight on 9th Sep 2018 in New Delhi where Pema emerged as the winner of the fight.

The fight night saw matches between fighters from India, Nepal and Afghanistan fighting for victory. The Tibetan MMA fighter and boxer had also won the Bronze medal at “The 2nd International Thai Martial Arts Games And Festival 2017” and also in the Senior Women’s category of the 9th National Grappling Championship held at the Talkatora Indoor stadium in Delhi from 9-11 August, 2016.

Hailing as the first Tibetan woman boxer, Tenzin Pema, 24, a professional Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) player is currently living in New Delhi. Since turning professional at the start of 2016, she has won gold, silver, bronze in State and National level fights.

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