Reach66 in. (5' 6/168 cm)
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu CoachMilton Bastos
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Biography(references)Born in 1987, Melinda Fábián first started fighting martial arts at the age of 12, starting to shotokan karate at Vértesszőlős where she reached the brown belt. She returned home in 2006 and started her favorite martial art, which she liked as a kenpo karate the Kurayfat campsite. And in 2013, at the World Championships, also home to the podium, she was the winner of the full contact and knockdown rules, with a black belt at her waist. After finding great success at the campsite, Melinda set out on mixed martial arts, which was less well known in Hungary at the time. In this style, ground combat plays the same role as standing, so wrestling and Brazilian jiu-jitsu are at the forefront, as evidenced in Melinda's victories.
Fighter Trivia(references)Fábián had a date and relationship with her Head Coach Ferenc "Rendes" Peszlen.
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