”Klaudia was so tough, I kept landing on her head but she kept going” told Pain
The aim for Laura was to finish the fight before the end, whether it was an astonishing knockout or a TKO but the Slovakian across the ring proved to be a lot tougher than everybody on the night thought.
25-year old boxer from Guildford is looking to build from the great win and make a statement in the women’s flyweight division.
”We have some big plans ahead, but I can’t quite tell you, maybe even a title fight” teased the 25 year old.
The boxer from Guildford has got her eyes set on the prize, as she is keen to progress into the next level of boxing over the course of the year. Boxers require ring activity and that’s the way to elevate the skill-set.
”It’s a stepping ladder and the turn around is quick, I don’t want it to be silly but i need ring time to improve” told Pain.
The undefeated fly-weight has started this year well already collecting a comfortable win as well as an upcoming bout in Aldershot, Battle of the Empire show on March 22nd, in which Laura Pain will be looking to extend the perfect record to 6-0.
”We are here to take over, and you can expect a lot of entertainment on the night”
The opponent for The Punisher hasn’t yet been announced to the public but the fighter is confident with her team’s work and herself to get the work done on the night.
The tickets to view Pain’s fight on March 22nd is at £50 standard and £85 each for VIP table of 10 at the Empire.
Laura Pain was a fighter from a young age, however people may not know she began her life of fighting as a kickboxer.
”I started as a kickboxer and I was pretty good at kicking”
Due to the painful dislocation of the hip at a young age, meant that Laura couldn’t keep kicking as she turned to hand only mixed martial art of boxing.
Proving to be a great decision by a 25 year old from Guildford as she has seen great success so far. With success comes inspiration and Pain told, ” I looked up at the likes of Tyson Fury and Katie Taylor” two amazing boxers in their own lanes to which Pain has great respect.
Pain’s confidence is exciting as she backs it up with her quick hands on fight night. However, since little the boxer from Guildford prefers her down time much more peacefully as she turns to fishing.
”I used to go there with my dad, no phone, no signal and just relax” added Laura.
Pain is a keen fisher where she favourites her time relaxing next to a lake in a drastic change from a boxing ring