Lani Daniels, a psychological health nurse from Pipiwai, New Zealand, won the IBF world heavyweight title in a historical bout against Alrie Meleisea, ending up being the very first Māori and Pasifika fighter to do so. Both fighters were ranked at the top by world boxing bodies prior to Saturday’s fight, making it a real best-of-the-best world title fight for the heavyweight department. Daniels, a Ngāti Hine and Ngāpuhi, stated her win was because of her health club exercises in Auckland given that January. This win was more than simply a sport to Daniels; it was likewise about her health and wealth. Daniels intends to continue her boxing profession if significant sponsors and a promoter back her. Pipiwai popular Daniels’ triumph with a parade and a pōwhiri onto the Tau Henare marae honoring this accomplishment.