Indian Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) star Ritu Phogat will take on Singapore’s Tiffany Tao on September 29. Ritu, 28, will face former One Women’s Strawweight World Title challenger Tiffany, who will debut in the women’s atomweight division.
What is Ritu phogat doing now?
Remarkably, Phogat competed five times in 2021. She’s currently ranked 4 in ONE Championship’s atomweight division and is preparing the make her comeback as she continues to follow her dream of becoming India’s first female MMA world champion in a major organization.
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Let us tell you that this match will be a good chance for Ritu to make a comeback. This player has been away from the game for a long time. Ritu Phogat has been out of action after losing to Stamp Fairtex in the One Women’s Atomweight World Grand Prix Championship final.
Is Ritu phogat a MMA fighter?
India’s Ritu Phogat feels mental strength is as important as physical fitness in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). The Indian wrestler-turned-MMA fighter will return to the Circle at ONE 161: Petchmorakot vs Tawanchai.
Now fully recovered, Phogat is all set to resume her journey to become India’s first female MMA World Champion.
Known as The Indian Tigress, Ritu has been one of the most active contestants in the ONE Championship, taking part in a total of 9 bouts since her professional mixed martial arts debut in November 2019.
Ritu is happy to be back
Ritu, a former Commonwealth Games wrestling gold medalist, said “I am really happy to be back and eagerly waiting for my match with all my abilities, now I am completely fine”.
I am stronger than ever. I am fully prepared to achieve the goal of winning this match. You are about to see a new Indian lioness on the court. Mental strength is also necessary – Ritu
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Ritu Phogat feels that mental strength is as important as physical fitness in mixed martial arts (MMA). The Indian will return to Singapore on September 29 in which she will take on domestic favorites and former Women’s Strawweight World Title challenger Tiffany Teo.
Phogat’s winning record is 7-2 which is excellent. She said, “I try to stick to my plan to win which is very important.