Audrey Hepburn holding the Givenchy white point d’esprit ball gown from the film Love in the Afternoon (1957)
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- She used to be in advertising and would still be working there if not for fight sport: “I just wouldn’t be as happy.”
- Learning grappling: “It’s very close-contact compared to muay Thai, and… you’re talking about close contact with, most of the time, guys. I thought it would be an issue, but I dived into it and it turned out alright.”
- The ONE FC offer: “It’s not something you pass up. It’s not something you say you’ll do next year. Next year they won’t want you anymore because somebody newer, fresher, stronger has taken up that space.”
- Female MMA in Singapore: “I hope that when women watch the fight, they will see things in themselves that they previously didn’t see before.”
- “The industry is not new. It’s progressed, but it’s not as exposed, or accepted, or welcomed. These are things I want to work towards first, rather than say ‘I want to bring up the name of female MMA’.”
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