MMA Fighter From Manipur Becomes First Indian To Win Gold At Gamma World Championship

Laishram Surbala Devi of Manipur became the first Indian mixed martial artist to win a gold medal at the World Mixed Martial Arts Association (GAMMA) 2021 World Championships in Amsterdam in March 2022. Laishram Surbala Devi of Manipur was the first Indian mixed martial artist to win a gold medal at the World Mixed Martial Arts Association (GAMMA) 2021 World Championships in Amsterdam in March 2022. Her victory marked a new chapter in the history of Indian mixed martial arts in India. Survala won the gold medal at the GAMMA Championships, beating Tomiris Zussupova of Kazakhstan in the final.

An MMA fighter from Manipur became the first Indian to win a gold medal at the Gamma World Championships. Raishram Survala Devi of Manipur became the first Indian mixed martial artist to win a gold medal at the World Mixed Martial Arts Association (GAMMA) 2021 World Championships at Amsterdam Asia News International in March 2022 스포츠토토탑

MMA Fighter From Manipur Becomes First Indian To Win Gold At Gamma World Championship
Laishram Surbala Devi became the first Indian MMA player to win a gold medal in gamma WC. © © Twitter
Laishram Surbala Devi of Manipur became the first Indian mixed martial artist to win a gold medal at the World Mixed Martial Arts Association (GAMMA) World Championship 2021 in Amsterdam in March 2022. Her victory marked a new chapter in Indian MMA history. Surbala won the gold medal at the GAMA Championship, defeating Kazakhstan’s Tomiris Zusupova in the final.

Gamma is a global governing body for MMA, which includes the participation and competition of men, women, and adolescents. In a conversation with ANI, the champion said, “I’m very happy and excited after winning the championship. This was possible thanks to my parents. They sacrificed a lot for them even though they didn’t have a lot of money. Even when I was training in Bangalore, they inspired me, and I’m not grateful enough because I’m not grateful for supporting MMA tuition.”

However, Survala’s gold medal journey was not easy. He suffered a knee injury during the 2019 World Championships in Bahrain and has been sidelined for two years. “I was injured in the first round of the game, but I played for nine minutes. I was at a very difficult stage of my life. I had to undergo rehabilitation for seven months. And she became the world champion for two years to start the game again,” she added.

She was born to L Chandra Singh and Longbi Anita Devi, the second of three children. Her father is a retired laboratory engineer and her mother is a part-time worker. Surbala was inspired by the legendary boxer of Manipur Ngangom Dinko Singh. The newly crowned champion in 2010 caught her attention thanks to her eight years of starting with her MMA title during her 2018 years of winning her state boxing championship title.

Now Survala is turning from his current amateur status to a professional MMA fighter, aiming to compete in the world championships and gain a big foothold in UFC. “I also want to help athletes who want to play but have no resources, no money, no supplements and have no idea how to participate in the sport,” she added. 30: Karnataka, added by her champion, her Bengalaka, in her morning 7:30 training.

However, gold medalists are attracting the attention of the state government because there are many people who have great potential but are not getting a chance to explore due to financial problems. In encouragement to the youth of Manipur, Survala said, “Don’t waste your time. Ask mentors for appropriate advice. Put all your efforts on your track, whether it’s art, sports, education, or whatever. It will automatically lead to success.”

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