Cute three-year-old becomes an internet sensation after more 15 MILLION people watch video of her kick-ass karate moves

February 19, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

This adorable three-year-old has gone viral after video of her kick-ass karate moves was viewed 15 MILLION times.

Super cute Sophie Wong shows her pint-sized power with impressive karate poses in the 80 second clip that has since gone global.

The clip shows the three-year-old enthusiast striking a number of poses and repeating words said by her instructor as she focuses on her routine.

This adorable three-year-old has gone viral after video of her kick-ass karate moves was viewed 15 MILLION times (RPY/SWNS)

This adorable three-year-old has gone viral after video of her kick-ass karate moves was viewed 15 MILLION times (RPY/SWNS)

The tot’s mixed martial arts routine was uploaded to Facebook earlier this month and has now been viewed by millions worldwide.

Sophie has only been practising her moves for just over a month after being inspired by her six-year-old brother Harry.

Her mum Wendy Wong, a 41-year-old project assistant, said: “I’m absolutely gobsmacked with the response, I just can’t believe the power of the internet.

“She loves to learn and copies her brother, and I just wanted her to come and learn about discipline, attention and the concentration that she might need in school.”

The video clip has been picked up by several online video sharing Facebook pages such as The Last Benchers and iVillage Australia, which has had more than 10m views alone.

The youngster is now the youngest member of Premier’s Tiny Champions class for three to four year olds in Leeds, West Yorks., after joining the club on January 6 this year.

The little pocket rocket’s talent has created a huge spike in interest in martial arts in the city and master instructor and owner, Ricky Lam, claims the membership of the Tiny Champions group has quadrupled in just a fortnight after
the clip was posted on Facebook on February 4 and went viral.

He said: “We’re always trying to get the best out of our young people, but for a three-year-old I’ve never seen this type of focus and dedication. Her attitude is fantastic.”

The company, founded around seven years ago, has more than 260 members.

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