By Jake Curtis, Cal Sports Report: Cal women’s basketball coach Charmin Smith faces a quandary: Should she do it again?
After five years of studying the martial arts discipline of Muay Thai, Smith decided to get into the ring — or whatever the venue is called for Thailand’s national kick-boxing sport — and compete in a genuine Muay Thai fight.
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Bears women's basketball coach got in the ring after five years practicing the kick-boxing sport (fight video included)
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