Stefanie McMullen - finds plenty of bones to dig at ProKick”
girl Stefanie McMullen spends her days digging holes and her nights
digging herself out of them.
The 27-year-old Archaeologist is hoping her night work will soon
put her on the map – the sporting map that is.
A promising kickboxing talent, Stefanie is keen as keen to trade
kicks and punches as she is historical artefacts.
An Orange belt in the sport, Stefanie is contemplating stepping
into the ring later this year when her Prokick Gym hosts Ladykillers
III on October 31.
The former Queen’s University student said: “I love
kickboxing, it gives me a good release from looking for bones and
lost treasure all day long! I have the prefect job and the perfect
sport and I want to succeed in both.
“I’ve been thinking about competing for a while,”
“To be honest, I wasn’t so keen to stand in the ring
and have someone throw punches in my direction. But once I started
sparring I felt a great adrenaline rush, something similar to coming
across an important archaeological find.”
Stefanie is currently working on a number of sites in Northern Ireland
after a spell in Egypt where she discovered an elephant burial site.