Nigerian Terminator Terminates American Fighter In MMA Bout
Nigerian Mixed Martial Artist, Loveth Young knocked out United State’s Reena Norville in the Legacy Fighting Alliance, LFA 91 undercard.
The win for Loveth, Nicknamed ‘The Nigerian Terminator’ brings her fight record to two wins and one loss.
The only loss in her career so far was against Vannessa Demapolis at LFA 81 event.
Young doubles as the chairperson of the women committee in the Nigeria Mixed Martial Arts Federation beat Norville by technical knockout in the straw weight division on Friday night in the United States.
Speaking after her fourth professional fight, Young said she never underrates her opponents and followed her team’s game plan.
“The thing is whoever steps into the cage to fight with me, I believe they have what it takes to be in the cage so I never underrate anybody, I believe she is well prepared.
“I just have to go in there, we have a game plan, we tried to make her move forward, I see she still has the energy then had to retreat and attack then I saw the opening and I got it and hit again.” she added.
Young started kickboxing 2005 in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
In 2007, she won the Kick-boxing World Championship title in Kharsruhe, Germany, by so doing became the first female from Africa to win the title.