Most of foreign Muay Thai boxers started their careers later than our country boxers. One of them is "Desiree Rovira" or "Dazy Rovira", a strong girl from the fierce bull land who just started professional boxing at the age of 30.
Many people may question whether the 30-year-old is just starting for Thai boxing, is it not too late? Of course, most people would think so but Desiree herself is different. She's been through many things in her life and the last thing she wants to accomplish is becoming a female Muay Thai champion.
With the hope to inspire for burnout people, why would a girl from a fierce bull land choose to face her fate on a canvas in Thailand until being selected as one of the first 8 female boxers in history to fight on the Rajadamnern Boxing Stage in the Rajdamnern World Series?
“I actually got into a professional Muay Thai fight and turned pro when I was 30 years old and I won. It looked like I was dreaming that I could beat Thai boxers in my first professional boxing career. Throughout my fight, I don't have a lot of losing stats. Most of my opponents, despite their young age, all of them have more experiences in the ring than me.”
“I think Muay Thai is a beautiful sport. Muay Thai is not just about fighting only on a stage but life outside the arena also has its charms to be explored including confident given. Even though I have problems in life, Muay Thai keeps me fighting. It makes me discipline myself. The most important thing, it has made me to be known to more people.”
“I would like to tell everyone that there is nothing we can't do. Everyone has to set own goals with your determination and trust in yourself to reach them. Although I have a slower start in boxing than others, I believe that my efforts are also unbeatable.” Here's an interview with Desiree who cheers up burnout people.