Besides, she does sometimes have to fight against... men! However, even if their punches are generally more powerful, men are by no means the fiercest adversaries, as she playfully confessed to us. "The bigger they are, the easier it gets to dodge them!"
Amani also told us that, in today's French society, sometimes, it is no easy thing to be a Muslim woman. She deplores the fear-inspiring image of her religious community that the French media is currently portraying... According to her, that is one more reason for learning self-defence. When she fights in the ring, she is considered and respected for her skills.
Her dream is to become a kickboxing instructor. She wants to make the martial art more appealing to women. Gradually, people's perception of women in the playfield is changing. If only all women in the world were able to defend themselves, whether physically or socially, she says. But not only that. They should also be allowed to have the same dreams, and reach the same goals, as their male counterparts. Without being criticized nor held back.