Toledo Prepares for Next Professional Full Muay Thai Bout To Take Place in San Francisco, CA on May 30 Christine Toledo, female Muay Thai champion fighter is scheduled for a professional Muay Thai bout on May 30, 2009 in San Francisco, CA. Toledo has eight weeks to count down until she faces her next opponent. World Combat Sports Challenge (WCSC) management is still discussing negotiations with top ranked world contenders. If an international opponent is confirmed, a world title will be on the line.
Toledo has agreed to fight under full Muay Thai rules in the Super Flyweight division (52 kg / 115 lbs). Toledo commented, “I’m excited about my next fight. San Francisco is where my Muay Thai roots began. This fight has a special significance to me. I always train hard for every fight and give my all, but this one touches my heart in a different way, so I’ll be training with different energy”. Toledo began training Muay Thai in 2001 under the instruction of Sam Phimsoutham and Anthony Badua at World Team USA in San Francisco, CA. Today she continues to train under Master Chan and Anthony Badua in Las Vegas, NV.
Toledo previously fought on November 17, 2008 in Zhengzhou, China against top Chinese fighter Mao Lin Ninga to a unanimous decision, adding another victory to her record. Toledo now has a total of 14 wins. During downtime since her last bout, Toledo continued to train and help other team mates prepare for their fights. She also took time to focus on future business planning for ALIAS Fight Wear. Toledo founded ALIAS Fight Wear last year and is a co-owner of the small start-up company. Toledo represents and supports female fighters and intends for the ALIAS Fight Wear clothing brand to build a legacy for women that embrace the modern woman’s role in today’s society, with female fighters as the prime example of what women are capable of. For more information on Christine Toledo, visit www.christinetoledo.com