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Ramla Ali is deflated. At least here we can hear each other talk. The scent of stale sweat and a whiff of urine she says the toilets were recently broken linger in the air. Discarded water bottles, dumbbells and resistance bands are strewn around us. I always want to be the best version of me. The judges voted in favour of the Somali-born, London-bred boxer over American Mikayla Nebel, cementing her status as an undefeated professional boxer.
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Ramla Ali Cover Interview - ELLE
Ramla Ali has come a long way — physically across the world, in her sport as the first Muslim woman to win an English boxing title, and with her personal relationship with her hair. Boxing is something Ali kind of fell into, having been bullied in school for being overweight. She discovered a boxing class in her local gym and ended up loving the sport. Here, we speak to Ali about her beauty and hair habits, representation in the beauty world, and supporting women who want to box. Ramla Ali: One is to have my hair braided. You wear headguards and no-one can see your hair, but the moment you take it off, not braided, the hair is messy and over the place. Now I realise I can do so many things with it, I can have it straight or curly.
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News: Pitters vs. Richards, Thorslund-Radovanvic, Ramla Ali
Warring light-heavyweights Shakan Pitters and Craig Richards have declared war ahead of their explosive British title showdown on Saturday 14th November, when they went head-to-head on a video call with Seconds Out. The pair have been desperate to clash in the ring to settle once and for all their feud and finally find out who really is the best of British with bragging rights and the prestigious Lonsdale belt up for grabs in the crunch clash, live and free to watch in the UK on Channel 5. Ahead of the fight, British Champion Pitters and challenger Richards faced each other for the Hennessy Sports Boxing Unlocked series with host Danny Flexen moderating the head-to-head, but even he found it impossible to get a word in to separate the pair. You can move and avoid, but punching is not your field.
That was the reality for Ramla Ali after she became the first Muslim woman to win English national boxing titles in Born into a strict Muslim family, including an imam for a father, she was expected to dress and behave modestly. Ali took up boxing as a teenager in order to lose weight, assuring her family that she was not contesting bouts. It was their wish for the university law graduate to pursue a career in the court room, rather than the boxing ring.