Khadija Timera alias "The Queen Bilqis", All my life I dreamed of changing the world. People would find me utopist and therefore called me "Alice in the wonderland".
My life made me. Therefore, my inner strength comes from the life I experienced. The reason why I fell at ease at work, top international business law firms, and inside a ring/ fight is that I have no complex background which I considered to be a gift. I aspire to impact others. I was born premature, its where I have learnt to fight. Then growing up, I was said I could not attend general studies and that I needed to choose a vocational program. Outraged but highly-motivated I worked hard to recover my path, realizing the impossible. I experienced financial departments of top law firms in the world (France, Morocco, Luxembourg). I decided I needed more than just being a legal advisor or lawyer assisting rich people to become richer After realising my first dream I have decided to go after the second one. Being an Athlete in boxing, representing my heritage country, Senegal while spreading a beautiful image of Africa. They all said I was too old to even think of competing in debut boxing. So I did.
Gold medalist for my first international competition, the African Boxing Championship Zone 2, I participated at the African Games 2019 (Rabat, Morocco). With only 3,5 years of boxing I already have reached the African Olympic qualification held in Dakar, SENEGAL last February 2020, within 11 fights. Today, I am living in London where I have created a counseling company in sport. In the meantime, I was training for the worldwide Olympic qualification in Paris, France. Unfortunately, the world competition has just been canceled so I have decided to turn pro sooner than expected.
My goal is to have a short professional career (3-4 years). I believe I will reach the very top of female boxing and use my image to Inspire people to chase the greatness that God put inside each of us, contributing to make the world a better place.The shoot
Chantelle is a British boxer ages 28. She is managed my MTK and trained by Jamie Moore. She has been boxing for 10 years.
Achievement: Ibo world champion WBC silver champion 12-0 undefeated.
My goals to become undisputed world champion. Lows as a boxer missing out on rio 2016 qualifiers. I get my inner strength for my desire to become undisputed world champion and achieve my goals and not fail again at the last hurdle like I did in the amateurs.The shoot
Claressa Maria Shields (born March 17, 1995) is an American professional boxer. She has held multiple world championships in three weight classes, having reigned as the undisputed female middleweight champion of the world since 2019; the unified WBC and WBO light middleweight titles since January 2020, and previously the unified WBC, and IBF female super middleweight titles from 2017 to 2018. Shields currently holds the record for becoming a two and three-weight world champion in the fewest professional fights. As of January 2020, she is ranked as the world's best active female light middleweight by BoxRec.
Shields is one of only seven boxers in history, female or male, to hold all four major world titles in boxing—WBA, WBC, IBF and WBO—simultaneously, along with Bernard Hopkins (2004–2005), Jermain Taylor (2005), Cecilia Brækhus (2014–), Terence Crawford (2017), Oleksandr Usyk (2018–2019), and Katie Taylor (2019).
In a decorated amateur career, Shields won gold medals in the women's middleweight division at the 2012 and 2016 Olympics, making her the first American boxer—female or male—to win consecutive Olympic medals. Shields was the youngest boxer at the February 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials, winning the event in the 165 lb (75 kg) middleweight division. In May, she qualified for the 2012 games, the first year in which women's boxing was an Olympic event, and went on to become the first American woman to win an Olympic gold medal in boxing. In 2018, the Boxing Writers Association of America named her the Female Fighter of the Year.
Shields is an ambassador for Up2Us Sports, a national non-profit organization dedicated to supporting underserved youth by providing them with coaches trained in positive youth development.The shoot
Ruqsana Begum is an English professional kickboxer and boxer. She is the current British and World Kickboxing Association female Atomweight Muay Thai boxing champion and captain of the British Muay Thai Team. She is the only Muslim woman who is a national champion in her sport.
In October 2016, Begum was named one of the "Young British Muslim Millennials Changing The World" by The Asian Today
In January 2018 Begum signed a three-year managerial contract with Joe Joyce's handler Sam Jones and Adam Morallee who made her their first client since forming the management company S-Jam Boxing with plans to turn professional in boxing. She also signed with former heavyweight champion David Haye's Hayemaker Promotions.
In March 2018, Begum made the switch from professional kickboxing to boxing.The shoot
Accra: The Ghana neighborhood where boxing is a way of life. Assistant Head Coach of the national amateur boxing team, the Black Bombers, Daniel Lartekwei Lartey, has called for support from corporate Ghana as the team prepares for the upcoming Africa Games scheduled for Rabat, Morocco from August 19-31.
The team has been on non-residential camping at the D.G Hathiramani Sports Hall since December 2018, in preparation towards a tournament which will also serve as a qualifier for the Olympic Games in Tokyo. But conditions under which the team has been training, he said, leaves much to be desired as boxers commute to and from their various homes to the stadium to train on daily basis.
Second Deputy Coach of the team, Vincent Akai Nettey, expressed belief in the boxers in camp, saying that when given the right preparation, they can qualify and win medals at the games.The shoot