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Chingyin Ng, originally from Singapore had lived in London, UK and is now based in Melbourne Australia. She had trained extensively in a variety of martial arts including Muay Thai and Boxing. As MMA gains popularity in Australia and Asia, Chingyin follows all news and progress with enthusiasm and with her unique and bilingual background she is able to provide a different perspective.

UFC Fight Night 74 – It’s very clear; Moroz is here to stay

There are a number of reasons the upcoming fight Maryna Moroz vs Valerie Letourneau is a little peculiar. A young, unknown girl who cannot...

Kick Ass: The Evolution of Ronda Rousey

If there is one more thing I would love to see Ronda do in the Octagon, it would be for her to kick some...

Catch me if you can: UFC On FOX: Miesha Tate vs Jessica Eye

Officially this is a fight between Miesha Tate and Jessica Eye. Unofficially, to the exasperation of both fighters, it might as well be a...

There is a first time for everything – UFC Fight Night 72, “Jo Jo”...

First time in Scotland Should Scotland be an independent country? This was a very serious question asked to the Scots September 2014. By a very...

Cyborg vs Rousey – Anticipation as good as real thing?

As Steven Spielberg once demonstrated so successfully in his movie franchise ‘Jaws’, an extended anticipation often makes the real thing so much better.   In 1974 Zaire,...

What to do about UFC Fight Night 65?

It was a great night of MMA fighting in UFC Fight Night 65 with plenty of impressive knock outs and submission. 3 out of...

An Idiot’s Guide to Aussie and Kiwi Fighters UFC Fight Night 65: Part 2

The ‘Fight of the Century’ may well have now become ‘Hype of the Century’. With that much money and attention given to the Mayweather...

An Idiot’s Guide to Aussie and Kiwi Fighters UFC Fight Night 65: Part 1

UFC is back in Australia for the first time in 2015. Adelaide is not only the unofficial ‘warm up’ session for UFC’s premiere in...

Alexis Davis vs Sarah Kaufman: One Winner, Two reasons, Third time lucky

Kudos to Sarah Kaufman, for accepting a fight that she had so little to gain from and much to lose should the worst happens. ...

Herrig vs VanZant: Beauty is skin deep, or do we care?

The dust had barely settled for the two female straw weights in UFC Fight Night 64 before a new storm brews. The UFC On...

Iron vs Wood – Analysis of UFC 64 Moroz vs Calderwood

“MMA is an unpredictable sport, and I’m not seeing past her, that’s for sure.” Those are wise words indeed from “Jojo”, Joanne Calderwood in a...

Carmouche vs Murphy: Big Names in Prelims At UFC Fight night 63

Liz Carmouche is on the prelims at Fight Night 63 next weekend. Despite being one of the better known names on the woman's...

Good things comes to those who wait. UFC premieres in Adelaide May 10

For a country that loves sports, cage fighting is still a relatively taboo word in Australia, commonly associated with blood, gore and unnecessary violence....

It’s Raining Women – Hallelujah! Or Not?

UFC 184 had two headline female fights. One was history-making spectacular, the other much less so. UFC 185 quickly follows up with two more...

Martial Arts and their Headline Action Stars

Action movies are awesome, not only does it provide nail biting entertainment, many ‘Kung fu’ movies had inspired plenty of people to take up...

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