WMMA pioneer Megumi Fujii recently shared an adorable video of her one year old daughter displaying the perfect armbar.
Long before the days of Ronda Rousey, Cris Cyborg and Miesha Tate, it was Japan’s Megumi Fujii who was pioneering the way for women in mixed martial arts. The 43-year-old was a strawweight fighter who began competing as a professional in 2004 and went an incredible 22-0 before suffering her first loss at the Bellator 34 event in 2010. She went on to retire from the sport in 2013 with a highly impressive 26-3 record. The “Mega Megu” finished 20 of her 26 career victories, 19 submissions and 1 knockout.
It looks like Fujii’s daughter is primed to one day follow in her mother’s footsteps. Take a look at the video of her in action below: