three time female kick boxing world's champion, Fredia "The
Cheetah" Gibbs feels that she can do just as well now
in professional boxing. She is a.k.a. "The Most Dangerous Woman In The World ".
The Cheetah is the world's first African American kick boxing
champion and is poised and ready to conquer the sport of boxing.
Temple University in Philadelphia, The Cheetah was the recipient
of an athletic scholarship in basketball and track. As a professional
basketball player in Germany, she averaged 29 points per game.
Recently, The Cheetah was inducted into Chester High School's
"Basketball Hall of Fame". Her hometown, Chester,
Pennsylvania is a (rough) suburb of Philadelphia.
moving to North Hollywood, California in 1990, The Cheetah
adopted kick boxing as her sport. She won the ISKA World Championship
by knocking out the heavily favored Valerie Hennings in "The
Battle of the Masters". After amassing a kick boxing
record of 16-0 with 15 KO's, The Cheetah decided to try the
rapidly ascending sport of women's professional BOXING.
pro boxing record stands at only 8-1 with 3 KO's, but
there's no question in our minds she's the best kept secret
in women's boxing, ready to be released! While the possibility
of a match between Lucia Rijker and Christy Martin for a seven-figure
purse gets the women's boxing headlines Gibbs could be another
big challenge for Christy Martin and indeed Gibbs vs. Rijker
might be the main even of the late 90's. after acquiring the
professional boxing services of trainer Terry Claybon, she
has now developed the balanced attack as a boxer in both her
tremendous overhand right, and the mighty left.
Cheetah has enjoyed a measure of success as an actress and
model. She has been featured in many magazines such as Jet
Magazine, Upscale, K'O Boxing, Sports Illustrated and more.
She has appeared on TV: "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air"
alongside of Will Smith and recently she stared in the women's
boxing movie called "KNOCKOUT" made by Hollywood's