UK Daily Star ‘s Interview with Muay Thai Boxer Amanda Kelly


By: Patrick Lennon – Daily Star

THE eyes of the world will be on East London this summer and with good reason.

A defining year is already racing by as the worlds iconic sporting showpiece finally envelops the capital city, capturing the national imagination – and that of the globe beyond.

The rich tapestry of athletic prowess on show at the games of the 30th Olympiad should in theory cater for every possible taste – from the elite of track, field, pool, gym and apparatus to the Paralympic heroes going for gold – but there are a few glaring omissions.

Double world champion Muay Thai boxer Amanda Kelly is one of them. She plans to make people notice East London – and more specifically her –  for a different reason in 2012.

The young Scottish martial artist has a pivotal year of her own to be getting on with – with a rare big televised fight from Londons O2 Arena at the end of March, and arguably the biggest womens fight of the year against the iconic Julie Kitchen in July…

Read the complete interview at the Daily Star UK

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