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All Star Fight 2

September 14th, 2017

The second event from All Star Fight is set to grace Bangkok on the 30th September in the Workpoint Studio. Following the huge success of the last event on August 20th, the promotion team which is spearheaded by Thai superstar and living legend Buakaw have put together another amazing fight card. The card will feature WMC world champions Kulebin, Pakorn and Buakaw himself along side some IFMA superstars such as Igor Liubchenko and Sergei Kuliyaba to ...

Thailand Celebrates 147 Years of Spanish Relations.

September 11th, 2017

Saturday September the 30th will see the latest edition of Thai Fight in the beautiful city of Barcelona, Spain. The event will celebrate 147 years of successful relations between the two countries and see all the Thai Fight Legends go head to head with both Spanish and international opponents in the Palau D’Esports de la vall D’Hebron. The show will see former WMC Champions Saiyok, Saensatharn and considered by many as the number one pound for pound fighter ...

Asia Fighting Championship, Singapore.

September 5th, 2017

Saturday the 23rd September will see the first event from the Asia Fighting Championship (AFC) in the beautiful city of Singapore. The event which is sanctioned by the WMC is a new brand and concept of the future of Muay Thai aiming to bring the best fighters together from the region to compete in events which will be hosted in cities around Asia. The Championship aims to unite different nations through a provision of a professional ...

The Birthday of a True Champ!

September 4th, 2017

Today marks an epic day in the Muaythai Calendar as the birthday of the legendary Ramon Deckkers. Tragically he was taken away from us at an early age but today would have been his 48th birthday. A multiple time Muaythai champion, Dekkers was the most respected foreign Muaythai fighter in Thailand. He was the first non-Thai to be crowned Muaythai boxer of the year in Thailand, and has also received the highest Thai honours. The WMC pays ...

Yokkao 25 and 26 in Hong Kong

September 1st, 2017

This Monday September the 11th in the vibrant city of Hong Kong will see edition 25 and 26 of the prestigious Yokkao. As usual the Yokkao team are delivering a monster line up with some of the sport’s biggest superstars such as Singdam, Manachai and global superstar and WMC world champion Saenchai. After the success of the previous event in Hong Kong the show returns, this time being held in the Kowloonbay International Trade & Exhibition ...

Samui Fight

August 31st, 2017

Koh Samui will host an event entitled Samui Fight from the 9th to the 10th September at the Wharf to promote tourism in the region. The event will see some of Thailand's best athletes go head to head and feature former WMC Champions such as Iquezang Kor Rungthanakeat and Manasak Pinsinchai on the card to name a few. The two day promotion will also feature a full female card entitled Woman's fight which will see both IFMA and ...

iGLA Seminar at the Youth Championships a Big Success

August 22nd, 2017

The 5th, 6th and 7th of August at the Ambassador Hotel hosted the latest iGLA seminar for coaches during the IFMA Youth World Championships. National Federations and coaches from over 20 countries participated in the course which enables practitioners to teach from the online system which is the only official education system used by the WMC and IFMA. IGLA utilises the Muaythai Animation Education System (IMAES) which was developed over a period of 24 months and ...

The WMC Crowns Two New Champions!

August 22nd, 2017

Friday the 8th of August saw an evening of muaythai in Tokyo, Japan, hosted by Muaylok and sanctioned by the WMC. The event is fast gathering a world wide reputation as many of the athletes from the show are regularly competing in both the prestigous Lumphinee and Rajadamnern stadiums, making waves at the highest level. The first title fight saw Kochasan from Thailand go head to head with Hideki Kuze from Japan for the WMC Featherweight title (57.14kg) ...

Muaythai Legends Saenchai and Sudsakorn Inspire the Youth

August 17th, 2017

Muaythai legends Saenchai and Sudsakorn shocked the crowd with a surprise appearance at the opening ceremony of the Youth World Championships in Bangkok last week. The event which had 1,200 participants from 79 different countries spanned over 9 days with the bouts held at Nimbutr stadium. The opening ceremony began with a display of Thai culture and dance before Saenchai and Sudsakorn graced the stage, wooing fans by entering alongside explosions and fire. The pair, wearing ...

Chamuektong the new WMC World Champion!

August 16th, 2017

Sunday the 6th of August saw the latest event run by Bom promotions in cooperation with the WMC in the exciting city of Tokyo, Japan. Headlining the event was a battle for the WMC lightweight World title (63.5kg) where local boy Ishii Tatsuya went head to head with Chamuektong. After what was dubbed the fight of the evening it was Chamuektong who was victorious, becoming the new WMC World Champion. BOM Promotions and WMC Japanese promoter, Mr. ...

Thailand vs Japan

August 10th, 2017

This Friday the 11th August will see an evening of Muaythai in Tokyo, Japan, hosted by Muaylok and sanctioned by the WMC. The event boasts a mammoth line up with two main events, one for a male WMC title and one for a female WMC title. The event will promote peace as this week in 1945 the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima a pivotal moment in world history. Kochasan (Thailand) will face Hideki Kuze (Japan) for ...

WMC I-1 this Tuesday

August 7th, 2017

The WMC I-1 World Muaythai 2017 will be held this August the 8th at the international exhibition centre of the Hong Kong International Exhibition Centre in Kowloon Bay.Athletes from around the world will face each other to see who is the best. From all at the WMC HQ we wish all of the athletes the best of luck!          

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