Ramla Ali wants to be a good example for young women who want to become boxers. 

(CNN) As a child, Ramla Ali had to run away from war in Somalia. Since then, she has had to fight for everything she has.

The 32-year-old is getting ready for her next fight against Dominican Republic's Crystal Garcia Nova, which will be Saudi Arabia's first-ever female match.

On Saturday, Ali will fight on the undercard of Oleksandr Usyk vs. Anthony Joshua in Jeddah. This comes as the literal "fight" for women's rights in the kingdom has reached a new level.

Ali told CNN Sport, "I'm proud to give my community and people hope and to give African girls another reason to take up sports and work hard for whatever they want.

Ali is a refugee, so he is used to going against the rules. She and her family left war-torn Somalia and moved to the UK, where she had to deal with the death of her brother.

In 2018, she told CNN, "We came here because my oldest brother died in the war, which is why we were here. He was playing

outside when he was hit by a grenade. From then on, it was clear that my mom didn't want that kind of life for us. "

Ali had a hard time fitting in at school and was made fun of because of her size. When she moved to a new house, she started boxing as a fun, healthy way to lose weight

But her hobby soon became her passion. Ali became a good amateur boxer who won titles like the Great British Championship in 2016.

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