Ilonka Elmont

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Ilonka Elmont
Born Ilonka Elmont
(1974-09-11)September 11, 1974
Paramaribo, Suriname
Other names Killer Queen
Nationality Netherlands Dutch
SurinameSurinamese
Height 1.62 m (5 ft 4 in)
Weight 51 kg (112 lb; 8.0 st)
Style Kickboxing
Fighting out of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Team Fighting Factory Carbin
Trainer Lucien Carbin
Kickboxing record
Total 43
Wins 39
By knockout 16
Losses 3
Draws 1

Ilonka "Killer Queen" Elmont is a Dutch-Surinamese former professional kickboxer and seven-time World Champion in the Fly-Weight division (-50.80 kg - 52.16 kg).

Elmont was born in Paramaribo, Suriname and moved to the Netherlands at a young age. She is a technical all-round and skilled fighter with powerful kicks and knee strikes and clinching. With her unorthodox fighting style she surprised many fighters and had a tendency to go head-to-head with her opponents. Her fighting record has 42 fights, with 38 wins (16 by (T) KO), 3 losses and 1 draw. Her nickname is "The Killer Queen"

Her sporting career in thai boxing started, when she first entered the Fighting Factory Carbin (FFC) gym, in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Lucien Carbin, former World Champion and currently one of the World's most respected and successful coaches, noticed her talent and challenged it to the max. The blend of passion, talent and ambition he saw and combined with his training program resulted in seven World Titles.[1]

Titles[edit]

Elmont previously held the following titles:[2]

  • World Champion IMKO –50,8KG
  • World Champion WPKL –50,8KG
  • World Champion IMKO –51,0KG
  • World Champion WPKL -52,1KG
  • World Champion WMTC –51,5KG
  • World Champion WPKL –50,8KG
  • World Champion WMTC –51,5KG
  • European Champion EPMTF –50,8KG
  • Dutch Champion NKBB –50,8KG
  • Dutch Champion MTBN –52,1KG

Volunteer[edit]

Elmont is an ambassador of Be Innovative Foundation which contributes to the sports development for children and children with a disability by creating awareness, new chances in the underprivileged communities.[3]

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