Indian Muay Thai fighter Priyanka Lakireddy continues to make her mark on the global stage as she secured a decisive victory at the prestigious Bangla Boxing Stadium in Thailand. Her triumph adds to the impressive run of Indian Muay Thai fighters in Thailand, further solidifying India's presence in the world of combat sports.
Priyanka's journey into the world of martial arts began with Karate during her childhood. After a decade of honing her skills in Karate, she made the bold switch to Muay Thai and Kickboxing, setting the stage for her evolution into a professional fighter with a remarkable international portfolio. Currently training at the Institute of Eight Limbs in Bangalore, Priyanka's dedication and passion for Muay Thai are undeniable.
Her achievements in the sport of Muay Thai include being crowned the IMO World Champion in 2022 in Indonesia and achieving the title of IMO National Champion in 2021 in Tamil Nadu. She further solidified her reputation as a formidable Muay Thai fighter by earning the title of WMC Unbeaten Pro Fighter in 2021 in Karnataka. Priyanka boasts an impressive record in Pro Muay Thai, with a tally of 5-0, including three knockout victories.
In the realm of Kickboxing, Priyanka's prowess is equally outstanding. She has secured the title of 2-Time International Kickboxing Champion in 2020 in Delhi and garnered accolades as an All India University Level Silver Medallist in 2023 in Uttar Pradesh. Her achievements in Kickboxing extend to multiple national championships and championships in various states.
Priyanka's achievements are not confined to Muay Thai and Kickboxing alone. She has also excelled in boxing, with notable victories in state championships and national level competitions, including the State Boxing Championship in Karnataka.
Not to be overlooked is her impressive Karate background, where she holds the distinguished title of 7-Time National Champion and Second Dan Black Belt Holder.