Ice Queen to face fire

Chloe FraserBusselton Dunsborough Times
Kylie "The Ice Queen" Hutt prepares for her upcoming fight at Metro City against Sarah "On Fire" Dwyer.
Camera IconKylie "The Ice Queen" Hutt prepares for her upcoming fight at Metro City against Sarah "On Fire" Dwyer. Credit: Busselton Dunsborough Times

Busselton CNS mixed martial arts fighter Kylie Hutt will compete for the Pro Boxing WA State Title at the Thunderdome XVIII in Perth next month.

Better known by her title the Ice Queen, Hutt previously trained in martial arts and entered the boxing ring just four months ago.

“The best thing about boxing is being free,” she said.

“It’s my time, I’m able to test my skills and endurance and I’m always learning something new.”

Inspired by Mike Tyson, Oscar De La Hoya, and the Rocky movies, the MMA fighter said boxing was mentally and physically challenging.

“Entering the ring the heart is pumping, all eyes are on you, there is no backing out and you have to perform,” she said.

“It’s art really.

“That’s why I love it so much.”

Hutt has competed in two kickboxing, two MMA and one professional fight leading up to the State titles and said her goal was to “have another successful victory”.

“If I win the State belt I’d like to go for the Australian belt title, but other than that I just want to keep building my resume,” she said.

Hutt’s coach Darryl Chin said he was confident the Ice Queen would walk away with a belt.

“I think Kylie will end the fight,” he said. “It will go the distance but she won’t see the fourth round.”

The Ice Queen will take on Sarah “On Fire” Dwyer at Metro City in Perth on Friday, December 2.

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