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Kerry Vera

Kerry Vera Awakening Profile

Kerry started her life in combat sports at the age of six with Taekwondo.

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Rew Mitchell

About Rew Mitchell

President and founder of Awakening. Rew does whatever possible to support female martial artists in gaining recognition.An avid fan of Martial Arts, with a training history that began at an early age in Judo. Practicing this art was fairly short lived and only lasted two years due to family financial difficulties. It wasn't until age fifteen when training restarted with Kickboxing, and shortly after Kung-Fu. Rew finally settled on Wu Shu Kwan (Chinese Boxing), and for a couple of years trained between four and eight hours a day and took part in several displays, but only competed in a couple of exhibition fights.If time ever becomes available again, Rew longs to start training in Muay Thai.
MARTIAL ARTS
DISCIPLINERANKSTATUS
1ST DISCIPLINEMMAProfessional-
2ND DISCIPLINEMuay ThaiProfessional-
3RD DISCIPLINETaekwondoPractitioner-
4TH DISCIPLINEBoxingProfessional-
5TH DISCIPLINE
6TH DISCIPLINE
MISC INFO

Kerry started her life in combat sports at the age of six with Taekwondo.

PERSONAL LIFE
PERSONAL
First NameKerry
Last NameVera
Nickname/s-
Birth NameKerry Cathleen Kasik
Age-
Date of Birth
NationalityAmerican
Born-
ResidenceSan Diego, California, USA
StatusActive
Weight classBantamweight
Weight range126.1 - 136lbs / 57 - 61kg
Preferred135lbs / 61kg
Height5ft 7in / 170cm
Reach-
AWAKENING RATING
Awakening Rating
301
UNDERSTANDING THE AWAKENING RATING

The Awakening rating is essentially letting you know how inspirational an athlete is. The idea is to highlight the athletes careers so their achievements are not forgotten. Unfortunately we can only calculate based on the information we have in our database. When we uncover, or are supplied with new information the score will be recalculated.

The rating system is very complex and allows for all the nuances within the multiple disciplines. Some disciplines don’t have grading systems, others don;t have a W-L-D record. These kinds of differences have been accounted for. The most essential thing is the overall contribution to the female martial arts scene.

Awakening rating system explained

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  WIN-LOSS-DRAW (-NO CONTEST)  
FIGHT RECORD
MMA2-0-0
Boxing1-1-0
STATISTICS

MMA 1 KOs

TITLES
AWARDS

2009 – WMMA Press Awards / Newcomer of the Year

MEDIA

TV
Fight Girls (2007) (Winner)
Ultimate Women Challenge (2009)

TEAM
Trainers / Instructors / Coaches

Gym / Affiliations

Management

SPONSORS
† = Title Fight
Kim CoutureTKO (Punches)R103:35MMAPro11/20/09 – Strikeforce Challengers 5: Woodley vs. Bears
Leslie SmithUnanimous DecisionR305:00MMAPro05/15/09 – Bellator Fighting Championships VII
Julie KitchenPointsR5 /5×303:00Muay ThaiPro 11/17/07 – Battle in Bournemouth, UK
Crystal MoralesSplit DecisionR6 /6×202:00BoxingPro09/15/06 – Quiet Cannon, Montebello, California
Alicia GonzalezPointsR4 /4×202:00BoxingPro07/14/06 – Quiet Cannon, Montebello, California
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