However, the Malaysian atomweight believes that trait alone does not provide her with enough power to overcome every hurdle.
To get past that final barrier, the 21-year-old warrior dresses up as a superhero every time she trains at Ultimate MMA Academy.
She feels like it helps her unlock some hidden superpowers – like the superwoman punch she often throws during her battles in the Circle.
“I love to dress up in a simple costume when I train,” the Johor Bahru native explains.
“My coach, Melvin Yeoh, usually asks me to get these costumes to build up my character, and after years of using it, I do realize it sort of affects my mood whenever I train.
“Obviously, it doesn’t give me real superpowers, but it does help to boost my character and emotion.”
For Transformation Tuesday, take a look at “Shadow Cat” participating in various superhero training sessions and competitions.
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