Myanmar fighting star dominates and prays for the junta regime to fall

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Vero Nika at a Thai Fight. Photo from The Irrawaddy This article was originally published in The Irrawaddy, an independent news connection in Myanmar. This edited version is republished on Global Voices as part of a content-sharing agreement. Vero Nika, 26, the first female lethwei fighter from Myanmar to win a belt in the sport, beat a Brazilian fighter with 25 wins in a Muay Thai tournament in Bangkok, thereby securing her World number one spot, according to the World Muay Thai Organization. The ethnic Kayan#:~:text=The%20Kayan%20are%20a%20sub,Kayan%20Lahta%2C%20Kayan%20Ka%20Ngan.) boxer won br…

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