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9-Year-Old Ninja Is 4-Time World Champion | KICK-ASS KIDS6m47s

9-Year-Old Ninja Is 4-Time World Champion | KICK-ASS KIDS

INCREDIBLE Channah Zeitung is already a four-time martial arts World Champion and second-degree black belt – and she’s only nine years old. Entering her first competition when she was just three, Channah was inspired by watching her idols Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee and has always dreamt of following in their footsteps. The little warrior, who resides in San Diego, California, specialises in Taekwondo and is particularly skilled with her Bo Staff weapon. Training 10 to 12 hours a week, Channah became the youngest ever person to achieve a martial arts State Championship title when she was just four. And now, the talented youngster has high hopes of turning her biggest dreams into reality as she aims to become a professional martial arts actress.

Feminist Wrestlers Are The Real Life GLOW7m38s

Feminist Wrestlers Are The Real Life GLOW

MEET the all-women wrestling movement and the woman behind it who overcame a breakdown and being sectioned to put on the biggest women’s wrestling show in Europe. Once a month at the Resistance Gallery in Bethnal Green a rosta of approximately 12 female wrestlers step into the 16ft by 16ft wrestling ring to chokeslam, dropkick and maybe even moonsault one another; all in the name of entertainment – and feminism. In a black vest, with a shock of neon pink hair, Emily Read gets the crowd going at an EVE pro wrestling evening: “Are we ready to have a good time? Are we ready for some wrestling?” Emily, 32, co-founded EVE in 2009 with her then partner, now-husband, Dann, who she met on the promoting circuit. Wanting to give female wrestlers a platform to be the main event rather than the bikini-clad side attraction, Emily and Dann began EVE, “an all women’s Pro Wrestling Promotion” with a “grass roots punk vibe”.

The Real Life Kawaii Princess | HOOKED ON THE LOOK5m23s

The Real Life Kawaii Princess | HOOKED ON THE LOOK

A LARGE, colourful bow in her pastel pink hair, doll-like makeup and a cutesy outfit topped off with a sprinkle of glitter is 32-year-old Michelle’s every day style. Inspired by the Japanese culture derived from the district Harajuku, Michelle, from Portsmouth, says that the quirky trend has helped her gain confidence. Michelle even extends her passion for Kawaii Japanese fashion to her bedroom, which is adorned with cute trinkets and countless stuffed toys.