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AUSTRALASIA vs AMERICAMark your calendars for Saturday May 31st because that’s when the next Princesses of Pain fight event will be. This will by far be the most exciting fight card yet, with an international flavor of fighters and a few titles to boot.*

First off, elite women fighters from the United States will be traveling to New Zealand to face their Australasian counterparts. Team America comprises a select group of talented women who each have burgeoning fight careers in MMA. They will be led by well known MMA veteran Lana Stefanac of San Francisco, California. Lana has an outstanding MMA record of 5-0, and holds a brown belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Confirmed to fight on the team will be top female MMA contender Elaina Maxwell of San Jose, California.

Facing the Americans on May 31st will be the best women MMA fighters of Australasia. Tony Green, veteran MMA fighter out of Integrated Martial Arts Australia, has been selected to lead Team Australasia against their tough overseas counterparts. Tony brings a wealth of experience in training coaching MMA and Kickboxing fighters. Confirmed to fight on the team will be top female MMA contender Fiona Muxlow of New Zealand.

Also on the evening’s card will be two title bouts in Muay Thai. Michelle Preston of ETK in New Zealand is set to fight for the Princesses of Pain 55kg International Muay Thai Title. Bronwyn Wylie of Phantom Kickboxing will vie for the Princesses of Pain 59 kg Australasian Muay Thai Title. Both ladies are looking forward to putting it all in the ring to capture their respective titles. Their opponents will be confirmed in the next few weeks.

This will be the best year ever for Princesses of Pain with lots of exciting things to come. We started off the year with the launch of our new website And we’re continuing to generate interest among the media companies from America, Europe, Asia, and Australasia. Thank you for your continuing support with women’s fighting, and we look forward to
giving you quality fight venues.

Best Wishes!

Belinda Dunne
Director, Princesses of Pain

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