Full Fight: Rafa Garcia vs Humberto Bandenay
February 26, 2020
•Three-time san shou kickboxing gold medalist who represented Mexico City in a national
•Holds a professional kickboxing record of 2-2
•A college student at national autonomous university of Mexico
•Has a three-year-old daughter
Started doing San Shou at age 13, which is a Chinese martial art. In that discipline she competed in
four national championships, being a gold medalist in the first three editions of the contest.
Then at age 16 she started doing kickboxing regularly and adapted some San Shou strikes. Her
kickboxing career started with a third round technical knockout loss against Melissa “Super Mely”
Martinez in Mexico City, but then she managed to clinch a 2-2 record in the sport.
Erendira currently studies Food Engineering in the National Autonomous University Of Mexico
(UNAM) and she is a single mother of a three-year-old daughter.
For this fight Erendira doesn’t want to test Amanda Serrano’s punches, she will shoot for the
takedown any time she can or close the distance to work inside the clinch with knees and elbows.
She considers that Corina Herrera made a mistake by trying to exchange with Amanda, so she won’t
do the same.
Aketzaly is her second name, an Aztec word that means “beautiful and clear water”.