OKG Showcases Future of Women’s Muay Thai in Vegas

Ochoa Courtesy Fight Life Media
Ochoa Courtesy Fight Life Media

One Kick Gym held a Muay Thai card Saturday night and six girls stepped up to test their skills.

All the female fighters were under 18 and the event was sanctioned by the United States Muay Thai Association (USMTA). Most of the girls were from local gyms, many that feature predominantly Muay Thai training.

In the only female title match on the card, Tiffany Yago of Las Vegas Krav Maga defeated Martinez Muay Thai’s Jasmine Ortiz by unanimous decision in a 105 pound contest.

Syndicate MMA’s  Paris Cesena made a successful debut over Hardknox Gym’s Alluah Nelson, winning by unanimous decision.

In the only finish in the female fights, Aiyanna Ochoa of Martinez Muay Thai defeated PHD’s Taylor Mussay by first round TKO.

This was OKG’s 4th card and they hope to continue to help develop the future of women in combat sports.

Fight Life Media has complete coverage of the card on their Facebook page.

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