Young Muay Thai champion earns prestigious contract with the world’s biggest league. The PFL has just welcomed Dakota Ditcheva to its premium stack. The undefeated world champion from Manchester, England has been breaking new ground as a young, female fighting sensation.
Dakota had an early start in martial arts as she is the daughter of a world champion, her mother earned her titles in Thai boxing, kickboxing and full contact karate. So when Dakota was 4, she had her first fight. At 13, she started fighting competitively and by the time she hit 17, Dakota was already fighting at international level and was named champion three times over. Now at 23, she has entered into the elite ranks of combat sport, the PFL.
Ditcheva is a Muay Thai specialist who, at just 23-years of age, has already captured three world championships and been named the Daily Mirror’s Young Sportsperson of the Year. She has a perfect professional record of 5-0 with four of those wins coming by knockout. She will look to continue her ascent to the top of the women’s flyweight division when she takes on Morocco’s Hassna Jaber in London on August 20.