Ramla Said Ahmed Ali is a professional boxer from Somalia who is paving the way for many Somali citizens in the sport. She is making history by being the pioneer in several aspects such as representing her country in the Olympic games. this article looks into her biography highlighting her career journey, the Olympic Games in Tokyo, personal journey, and background.
Ramla Ali Age and Place of Birth
The Somali-British boxer was born on 16th September in 1989 and is thirty-one years old as of 2021. Ramla Ali was born in Somalia, a country she represented in the Olympic games and in other global boxing feats. she however moved to Britain later on in life as a refugee. She has three siblings after her brother Abdul Rahman Ali passed away.
Ramla Ali Education Background
Details on her academic background are yet to be made available to the public.
Ramla Ali Career Journey
She is best known around the world for her boxing career. She has been in three fights managed by Joshua Anthony, a heavyweight world champion. Having won all the fights in her boxing record, she is a role model for many. in her boxing career, she set up Somalia’s boxing federation and provided avenues for more representation of the country in the future.
Apart from her boxing career in boxing, she is also a model under the management of IMG Models. this path has seen her featured on the cover of big magazines such as Wall Street Journal, Guardian Observer, Financial Times, ELLE, British Vogue, and Wonderland. Moreover, she is an author set to have her first book released in September 2021. The work is titled Not Without a Fight. A film is also set to be produced based on her life.
Ramla Ali Personal Life
The boxer is married to Richard Moore who also doubled as her coach in her career.
Ramla Ali Tokyo Olympics
On Monday, 26th July 2021, Ramla lost her bout to Romania’s Maria Claudia Nechita in the Tokyo Olympics.
|Real Name||Ramla Said Ahmed Ali|
|Age||31 (As of 2021)|
|Place of Birth||Somalia|
|Year of Birth||1989|
|Profession||Boxer, Model, Author|