held at the Gyeonggi Human Resources Development Institute gymnasium in Suwon
Gyeonggi-do on the 9th. Her professional record is that she has 7 wins (5 KOs) and 1 draw out of 8 fights.
Seo Ryeo-kyung, the Korea Boxing Commission (KBM) Korean women’s light flyweight (under 48 kg) champion, plans to challenge for the world title in the future.
Seo Ryeo-kyung is a practicing doctor working in the pediatric emergency room at Soonchunhyang University Cheonan Hospital.
She started boxing in 2018 at the recommendation of her senior to relieve her stress from working at the hospital. 토토사이트
Making his professional debut in 2019, he has had a career on the rise.
However, he was unable to enter the ring for nearly a year and a half because he was working on a mission in Seoul.
Seo Ryeo-kyung, who returned to Cheonan, won her return match last April.
Then in July, he defeated Lim Chan-mi in a title match to become the Korean champion.
And in order to challenge for the world championship, he invited Thailand’s Kulatida Cuesanol, a former Muay Thai athlete, to face him.
It was expected to be a difficult match as there was little information about the opponent
but Seo Ryeo-kyung overwhelmed her opponent by taking downs twice from the beginning.
In the end, the referee stopped the fight early in the third round, resulting in a TKO victory.
Son Jeong-soo, director of Cheonan Beat Son Jeong-oh boxing gym
who receives Seo Ryeo-gyeong’s punches every day, said, “(Seo Ryeo-kyung)’s fist strength was amazing from the time she first started boxing.
Normally, it doesn’t hurt when I get hit by a female athlete (during sparring), but (Seo Ryeo-kyung)’s fist is threatening,” he said.
Seo Ryeo-kyung said, “I was originally good at arm wrestling, so I knew I was strong.
I gained confidence because the director told me from the beginning that I was good at it,” he said.
He also said, “I studied and exercised several times more than other people.
I live a hard life because I have to use all my talents,” he said.
“I like boxing, and I think I’ve reached a point where I can’t stop doing it.
Anyway, I have the personality to finish what I start. “I’m holding on because there’s less left to do than what I’ve done so far,” he added.
Boxer Seo Ryeo-kyung’s final goal is to become a world champion.
She plans to challenge for the Women’s International Boxing Association (WIBA) world title around February next year.
Currently, the minimum weight champion is vacant, so he will challenge the world’s top through a championship match.