Lim was only recently picked by the organisation for a professional MMA fight and will face Malaysia's Ann Osman in October's Total Domination event in Singapore.
The Fight G operations manager has still promised to take time out from her preparations to pay attention to the tournament in Jakarta which will be telecasted live on Star Sports across Asia.
Having originally started by picking up Muay Thai as a hobby, Lim is particularly fascinated by fighters that utilise the Thai martial art as their foundation.
In particular, she confessed to being impressed by South AFrican Colossa when she watched him fight against Thiago Texeira in the Muay Thai Challenge 2013 at The Coliseum in Singapore.
"I really want to watch Vuyisile's fight. I saw him at Resorts World in Sentosa a couple of months back in a Muay Thai fight [in April]. Unfortunately, he did not win back then.
"But I couldn't take my eyes off him, the way he moves his hands and legs is amazing. I don't know how to describe him, really.
"And then you have [Kotetsu] Boku who is also unique in his fighting approach.
"You really can't tell what the outcome will be and that's the exciting part about that fight."
Boku (20-8-2) was previously the One FC Lightweight champion and only recently lost the belt to Shinya Aoki in April's Kings & Champions event.
The 36-year-old has also been warned by his advisors that Colossa's fearsome kicking ability could prove to be a factor on the night. However, Boku has maintained his usual calm demeanour in the face of such speculation and believes that his experience will allow him to dictate the fight outcome.
"This is MMA, not kickboxing. I have fought many different opponents with many different types of skill and for me this is just another fight," he told MMAMania.com last week.
"I am not worried about his striking because in MMA many things can happen."
Furthermore, Boku is excited about the prospect of One FC holding an event in Tokyo next year.
"I am very happy to fight for One FC because I get to go to new countries like Indonesia and Singapore and I always try to put on an exciting show to make the fans happy but fighting for One FC in Tokyo would be a dream for me.
"I hope it can come true."
Boku also stated in the interview that he would be considering a drop to the featherweight division after his fight against Colossa in order to boost his chances of securing another belt within One FC.