Little Girl Muay Thai Match Ended In A Draw With No Fatalities

Both "Princess" Jasmine Parr and Georgina "Punch Out" Barton survived their showdown in the ring in Australia today. Each won some coin for their efforts, too.

Heading out into the ring to cheers and claps from the audience Jasmine was all smiles, but her confidence didn't last long with the tears starting to flow a few minutes into the first round. But [her father, kick-boxing champion John Wayne] Parr said he wasn't ready to let her give up.

"I told her to relax and breathe because if you're crying it'll just get worse. You need to take three big breaths and calm your heart down and concentrate on what you need to do," he said.

Sounds like it'll be one rough Father's Day around the Parr compound.

Kiddy kick-boxing draws tears, cheers [GoldCoast.com.au] (with photo gallery)

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Little Girl Muay Thai Match Ended In A Draw With No Fatalities

Little Girl Muay Thai Match Ended In A Draw With No Fatalities

Little Girl Muay Thai Match Ended In A Draw With No Fatalities

Little Girl Muay Thai Match Ended In A Draw With No Fatalities

Little Girl Muay Thai Match Ended In A Draw With No Fatalities

Little Girl Muay Thai Match Ended In A Draw With No Fatalities

Little Girl Muay Thai Match Ended In A Draw With No Fatalities

Little Girl Muay Thai Match Ended In A Draw With No Fatalities

Little Girl Muay Thai Match Ended In A Draw With No Fatalities