Jazzy Parr has confirmed she will be stepping back inside the boxing ring for her next fight. The Australian is set to face Brianna Harrison in Australia on July 8th with the WIBA flyweight title on the line.

Jazzy is currently in Bangkok and has confirmed she will begin her training camp in Thailand. She has been spending time at the Sangtiennoi Gym which is more renowned for Muay Thai than boxing.

Sangtiennoi Sor Rungroj, who died two years ago, used to be the trainer of her father John Wayne Parr. Jazzy has been working with his son, Moses Sangtiennoi, in Bangkok.

She starred in The Challenger: Battleground which is being aired at the moment. That was a Muay Thai show but Jazzy will be competing in boxing next month:


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First defence

Parr (3-0) will be making the first defence of the title she won last December. She faces fellow Australian Brianna Harrison (2-0) who will be challenging for a world title for the first time.

Her father clearly believes that training in Thailand will take Jazzy to a completely new level as he commented below her post,

Will be fun to see the difference when you come home

She has been in Thailand for the last seven weeks and has also spent time training at the Sitmonchai Gym. She will surely have been tuning in on Wednesday nights when The Challenger: Battleground is being aired on The Discovery Channel there.


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Three sports

During her time in Bangkok she has attended the ONE Friday Fights at Lumpinee Stadium. Parr has been tipped to follow in her father’s footsteps by signing for ONE Championship.

John Wayne Parr finished his career with the Singapore based promotion, which is currently putting on five events a month in Bangkok. But that will probably have to wait until the conclusion of The Challenger: Battleground.

In the meantime Parr looks fully focused on her boxing career. Her father famously beat former IBF middleweight champion Anthony Mundine in his final fight in 2019.

The 20 year old hasn’t faced any opposition of quite that calibre yet. But she is already talking about making the transition to MMA and could be capable of winning world titles in three sports, so is definitely a prospect to keep an eye on.