- What is my age:
- Iris tone:
- I’ve got lively gray-green eyes but I use colored contact lenses
- I understand:
- English, Russian
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- My body features is thin
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It calms me down because I feel like I have been in the situation before. It was hard, but it was all really worth it.
Houston native Marlen Esparza isn't just breaking the glass ceiling—she's shattering it. I will remember that for the rest of my life.
But because of the game, it hit me so hard, and I was shook. Was their pregnancy easy?
We sat down with Esparza to discuss her historic journey. So I learned the art of being two people.
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It became a lot easier for me. I try not to think about it too much, but I do try to remember that there are little girls watching me. If anything, I'm just as good—if not better. Because I can do that for younger girls, I try to make sure to keep that in mind so the girls watching me can have an example to follow. Show Comments.
I want to show people that having a baby doesn't end your career. It's easier when you don't have a baby, but two to three times a week I try to take minute baths with a lot of visualization and kind of rehearsing everything.
Through boxing, I understand now that not everything is a competition. It's been crazy. View this post on Instagram.
I'm not an easily excitable person—it's hard to get me shook. When I was younger I didn't have the privilege of someone doing it before me, so I didn't have anyone to ask, "how do I do this?
My first fight, because it was just a big shock. Filed under. Did they use medicine?
Meet marlen esparza, the houston boxer and olympian shattering the glass ceiling
I feel like regardless of anything I do after, I'll have a big part of my life that I can say that I'm proud of. After he was born, Esparza decided to get back in the ring; she's currently and will fight Seniesa Estrada for the flyweight title in Las Vegas on November 2.
Her most recent feat, though, was having her son, Saint. All of that was really lined up against me.
The last few years of my career have been crazy, and there have been a lot of obstacles—more than I think anybody would want to be faced with—because of the sport and my situation, my ethnicity. So when I did do it and I finally got the contract, being the first female, I was just really proud of myself. Related Content. When I first had Saint, or even when I was pregnant, I felt like I was trying to compete with other women, like "how they were as moms?
I try to meditate a lot; I try to visualize a lot.