Wallberg sets sights on more belts after dominating women's boxing.
Twenty-nine year-old Swedish boxer, Frida Wallberg, is one of the finest female fighters in the world today.
Undefeated in her professional career, Frida is the reigning WBC Super Featherweight champion having won the coveted belt in 2010.
Having won 48 out of her 53 fights as an amateur, Frida turned professional in 2004 and has ambitions to win more belts.
"My goal has always been to hold all of the big belts. That is what I am working towards. As for the future, once I've established myself as the undisputed number one in my division, I'll be looking to go up in weight. There is a lot more to come from me, you can be sure of that."
SUPER CAPTION: WBC Super Featherweight champion Frida Wallberg
Whilst women's boxing still comes nowhere near to offering the riches of the men's game, the female fighters do receive their fair share of adulation from the public and the long-term dream is that commercial exposure and financial rewards will one day follow.
Swedish boxer Frida Walberg makes her impact feltWednesday, December 19 2012