Morgan Plowden

Team: Impex

Date of Birth: July 29, 1990

Style: Tae Kwon Do

Specialty: Point Fighting

Hometown: Detroit, MI

Location: Detroit, MI

Experience: 24 Years

Leagues: NASKA, WKC, ISKA

Morgan Plowden has established herself as the queen of women's point fighting. The daughter of legendary point fighter Richard Plowden has amassed twelve WKC world championships, three ISKA U.S. Open world championships, five Warrior Cups, and three diamond rings from the Diamond Nationals. Her five championships at the AKA Warrior Cup make her the winningest female fighter in the history of the prestigious event. Plowden's game displays a balance of expert-level kicking techniques and world class blitzes that allow her to obtain and grow leads in her matches.

In addition to her martial arts career, Plowden holds a bachelor's degree in Health Policy Studies and a Master of Sciences degree in Health Services Administration. Her outstanding professional résumé makes her competitive martial arts accolades even more impressive. Plowden consistently inspires younger martial artists through seminars and is a headline instructor for the Virtual Fighters World, a subscription service that offers weekly seminars with world-class point fighters.

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