Jordan ready to fight world

MERRYLANDS Public School student Jordan Simmons, 10, is one of four juniors who has qualified to represent Australia at the IFMA Youth World Championships in Thailand on September 11.

Nitrixx Fitness coach Wahib Baki said they had an amazing juniors program which had helped to develop a strong and dominant juniors fight team in Muay Thai, kickboxing and boxing.
He said Jordan had only been fighting for two years but you could already see him emerging as a champion with the potential to be one of the best in Australia.
“This will be Jordan’s first time competing overseas so it’s a big deal and very exciting,” Wahib said.
“He is a very talented junior who’s already ticked off a lot of goals.
“He also works extremely hard, he’s in here everyday practising and deserves this success of representing his country.”
Wahib said the Nitrixx team was proud of their children’s program which helped build confidence, assisted in personal development, anti bullying, social skills and most importantly, taught respect.
“These young people, including Jordan, certainly have what it takes; let’s bring those gold medals back to Australia.,” he said.