Ritu Phogat beats Jomary Torres to extend unbeaten pro MMA record

The 26-year-old Indian mixed martial arts fighter Ritu Phogat has emerged victorious after defeating Jomary Torres from the Philippines via technical Knockout and this resulted in the form of winning the MMA Championship for 4th consecutive occasion.

Ritu Phogat who is known as the Indian Tigress has once again proven herself as she stopped The Zambaonginian Fighter from taking away the victory. Torres stunned Phogat with straight punches early, causing the latter to draw a bead on a takedown. On the mat, Phogat was the image of perfection, swiftly getting into a mounted crucifix to finish the bout with elbows from the highest. Using her hammer fists and her elbow she not only rendered her harmless and defenceless but made sure this was the foremost dreaded fight of her career.

In order to maintain her streak of 4-0 in MMA, she pushed all the boundaries against Jomary Torres as she spoke during the post-match. She finds herself much fortunate to have her fight with her 1v1. She believed that the match wasn’t easy and she will be ready to combat the greater challenges in life ahead.

In order to bring glory home, she has her next target fixed in the name of ONE Women’s Atomweight Grand Prix and she intends to secure the highest spot in the following tournament.

I had to miss my sister’s wedding for the match and have really sacrificed to urge to the present level. She looks forward to heading home for a few weeks but does not want it to have any impact on her training.

Her heart and passion run in the same direction as she wants to grow MMA much more in India. She believes that they have started late but will work on to reach the goal way before others have predicted! I wish to start out an academy for MMA athletes in India down the road, although that vision may take a while to rework into reality.”