Janay Harding secured a win in what was her first international bout last week, defeating Ramona Pascual at E-1 World Championship.
The card took place at the KITEC Star Hall in Hong Kong on Wednesday, 31 May.
The 23-year-old, who was representing Tiger Muay Thai on the event secured the win with ground-and-pound in the second round against her Filipino opponent. The win halted a two-fight losing streak for the New Zealand born Harding who moves her professional record to 3-3. Her three losses have come to the likes of Jessica Rose-Clark, Megan Anderson and Arlene Blencowe.
In a K-1 bout on the card, Australia’s Josh Tonna took home the WMC 61kg title belt defeating Hong Kong based Kenneth Lee.