Retired Australian Muay Thai kickboxer who finished her professional and amateur careers with a combined 50-5 record and four world championships to her name. She fought in the featherweight and lightweight decisions.
She was relatively late to the fight game, competing in her first bout at the age of 25. She was working as a health clinic manager before she started fighting.
She competed at the World Combat Games in 2010, where she won a silver medal. International Kickboxer named her 2012's Female Fighter of the Year.
In 2011 she married Darren Reece, who was also her trainer.
Zou Shiming also competed at the 2010 World Combat games, winning a gold medal in boxing for China.