A boxing ring may well be one of the last places one would expect to find a Jordanian girl, but times they are a-changing. Not only are girls stepping into the ring in Jordan, they’re also training to compete at professional level, thanks to a 2007 Olypmic rule-change that means if a country doesn’t have a girls’ team, it can’t enter its male fighters in major tournaments. And it’s not just athletes that are stepping over the ropes. Private boxing clubs such as The Ring in Amman are attracting a growing number of middle-class Jordanian girls drawn by the prospect of keeping fit and pulling no punches.
lonelysome Female, 27
Family origin: Jordanian
Religion: Muslim (Sunni)
just your everyday girl...i'm 5'9, single and never married, no kids as well....both parents dead, grew up with my grandma...also have an uncle who is the head of the family right about now...work as ...