Dad’s a boxer in Kazakstan. If she keeps training like this, she could probably take him someday.
Sugar and Spice and everything nice?
Not in this family.
This ‘little sweetheart’ — Evnika Saadvakass — can throw punches faster than you can count them. And we’re not talking about shadow boxing, either.
She and her family train 5 days a week in Khazikstan. Is there any doubt she’ll go pro someday? Probably sooner, rather than later.
Her training includes punching the bark off of trees. Bare fisted. No kidding.
In fact, she was on an Australian talent show, where show showcased her skills on stage. She managed almost 300 punches in 30 seconds.
She’s the ‘real deal’.
Pity the poor fool that gives her an unwanted pinch on the ass when she grows up.
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