The martial artist Daniela Villasmil Alemán is proof that Venezuelan women are an example of dedication and fight to the end, so she makes it known every time she leaves everything in the octagon.
At 27 years old, this fajadora is making her way into mixed martial arts (MMA) and is going for more.
He recently participated in Guerreras LUX, a competition of the LUX Fight League company, where she entered the semifinals to contest the first belt of that company at 125 pounds.
“My experience in Guerreras Lux, I can tell you that it was something very important in my sports career, something very positive since I am the only foreigner in that championship, something that fills me with pride because among so many good fighters in Latin America it was me who they called me to participate, ”Villasmil said exclusively for Líder.
The Venezuelan girl is waiting for the last fight of the key that will define her rival in the semifinal stage to take place and to know when she will return to action to take another step in the conquest of that belt.
“Being in the semi-finals makes me feel super happy and also super committed to everything, both personally, with my academy and with Venezuela, it was 3 months of hard work, a lot of sacrifice and going to the next round fills me with great pride, To carry the flag of my country and that of my academy in other borders is something that is priceless ”, she explained about her experience in the Mexican championship.
Villasmil Alemán has a professional record of 2-1 and has a good striker profile that stands out as his main letter of introduction.
At the moment, Daniela remains focused and with active training for his next fight, "My next plan is already underway, I am training with a view to the next commitment, which is the semifinals of the tournament."
The Venezuelan fighter recalls her beginnings in martial arts, which occurred since she was 8 years old, when she began to practice kung fu, thanks to her father and 5 years ago, she began her training in jiujitsu, being guided by her coach Héctor Moya in the Venezuela Jiujitsu Team gym, the house where other outstanding fajadores have come out.
“As I already had knowledge of striking (punches, kick, knockdowns) my coach saw potential in me and decided to prepare me in MMA, where I united everything I was learning and improving what I already knew, so I was training harder, taking this more seriously. race and here I am, I keep doing what I like and improving every day to get what I want, ”Villasmil closed quite confidently.