Zahra Rezaee, 18, who joined the National Muay Thai Team four years ago says she found the sport as a perfect martial art to follow her big dreams.
Rezaee represented Afghanistan at an international event for the first time last year where she got the title of ‘brave girl of the world’ and a silver medal from the World Muay Thai Federation. She had two wins at this competition.
“I was interested in martial arts from my childhood and when I entered the world of Muay Thai, I found it a perfect martial art,” Rezaee said. “I worked hard and the support of my family was effective in my improvement,” said Rezaei Muay Thai national team member.
Rezaee received primary trainings from Jamil Mohammadi, the technical deputy head of the Muay Thai federation.
“When Zahra started Muay Thai, I found that she had an excellent talent and strength,” said Mohammadi, Rezaee’s coach. “Zahra is an athlete who can bring lots of honor to Afghanistan.”
Rezaee’s team-mates said she has a full strength and a high speed which makes her a talented fighter.
“Rezaee is a talented girl with great technical and professional skills. We are pleased to have such a good fighter in our team,” said Razia Hassani, member of Muay Thai National Team.
Zahra Rezaee is now preparing for Muay Thai teenagers world championship in South Korea which is expected to be held next month.