BOM Muaythai Results

November 16th, 2016

Sunday the 13th of November in the beautiful city of Tokyo, the host city of the 2020 Olympics saw the latest installment of the famous WMC BOM Muaythai promotion. The event is under the sanctioning of the WMC and includes the best of the best in the world of Muaythai. The event is telecast live in Japan and around Asia and again had record numbers showing the popularity of Muaythai ...


Rumble of the Queens

November 15th, 2016

ROK 18 – Final announcement “WHO IS THE UNDISPUTED BEST FEMALE BANTAMWEIGHT FIGHTER IN THE WORLD?”A question to be answered on November 25th in Stockholm! Rumble of the Kings Promotion have – at last – the great honour of presenting: A WMC world championship fight in bantam weight (118 lb./-53,5 Kg), between Parita Padpho (MOR RAJAPAT JOMBUENG) and Sofia Olofsson (ODENPLAN FIGHT GYM) Sofia Olofsson (27 yo) from Täby, north of Stockholm has taken the ...


BOM Promotions Tokyo

November 10th, 2016

Sunday the 13th of November in the beautiful city of Tokyo, Japan will witness the latest installment of the famous BOM Muaythai promotion. The event is run in cooperation with the WMC and features some of the best fighters from both inside and outside of Japan. This edition will see Nadaka Yoshinari go head to head with Shushap Tor Ittiporn for the WMC pinweight World title as well as having a ...


Muaythai Pays Respects to HM King Bhumipol Adulyadej

November 4th, 2016

A special tribute to His Majesty was organised at the Sport Authority of Thailand, World Muaythai Council (WMC) Head Quarters, chaired by WMC President General Chetta Thanajaro. The WMC, which was established under the directive of the Royal Thai Government and under patronage of HM the King invited the Amateur Muaythai Association of Thailand (AMTAT), patronised by HRH Crown Prince of Thailand and recognised by the National Olympic Committee of Thailand, ...


Wu Fights a Knock out Success

November 1st, 2016

For the next 14 months the People’s Republic of China will be one of the centres of World Muaythai with the 15 event series of Wu fights in which the best Muaythai fighters of the world will take on China’s best on the road to become the ultimate winner. The first round of the event saw multiple WMC and IFMA world champions taking on China’s elite and the event proved ...


Sao Paulo is getting ready for Muaythai

November 1st, 2016

After Rio’s successful Olympic games and the successful EFN world series which already went to Europe and Asia now South America is the next stop. The winner of the four man tournament will book himself in the final in Bangkok and a special ambassador fight will take place to promote the Sport is your Gang campaign which now kicks off in Brazil to take kids form the street and give them ...


Wu Shu Fights

October 28th, 2016

One of China’s most historical cities, Foshan will be the host city to the Opening of the Wu Fights Series. The event, under the umbrella of the WMC will be hosted for the next 12 months in a monthly tournament inviting the best muaythai athletes from all continents.   96 Athletes will compete in six weight divisions to decide the champions. The event will also help to promote the 2017 World Games.   In ...


WMC Orders Posthumous Tribute to HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej at all Remaining 2016 Events

October 18th, 2016

The Headquarters of WMC has sent a request out to all its members calling for a minute of silence to be observed at all IFMA events to pay respect to HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej who sadly passed away on October 13th. HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej was considered as the Father of Thailand and the high patron of Muaythai. His Majesty was the patron of many sport events and associations. The National Olympic ...


World Muaythai Council’s Tribute to Muaythai’s High Patron HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej

October 14th, 2016

His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej rose to the greatest heights in modern Thai history and was in his lifetime, the pillar and soul of his nation. At the time of his passing yesterday, he was the world’s longest reigning Monarch, and had been recognised with several international awards, especially for his social contributions. In Thailand, he was considered the father of many innovations in technology which not only helped the Kingdom, ...



October 13th, 2016

The fans were treated to an electrifying night of Muaythai at Kuala Lumpur’s Badminton Stadium on the 8th of October as EFN Champions league 8 came to town..The card saw two 4 man tournaments, one at 65 kilos and the other a 72 Kilo tournament to decide the 3rd contestant to go through to the Kings birthday tournament on the 5th of December in Bangkok. The Muaythai action opened with a super fight between ...


Muaythai League Begins

October 6th, 2016

This coming Friday 7th October at the prestigious Lumphini Stadium, Bangkok, will see the beginning of the Toyota Muaythai League. The competition will feature 10 fighters from each of the following 4 weight divisions 67kg, 70kg, 72.5kg and 77kg. The event will take place once a week over a period of 6 months in a round robin tournament format. Aside from the financial prizes the fighters will have the chance to ...


Next Stop Malaysia on the Twin Road to the King’s Cup and Abu Dhabi Warriors

September 26th, 2016

Once again featuring both Muaythai and MMA fights on the bill, the 2016 Elite Fight Night (EFN) Series heads to Malaysia  on October 8 for the third of four regional qualifiers on the road to twin year-end finales in Bangkok and Abu Dhabi. Having launched with EFN6 in Thailand on August 12, EFN 2016 then moved on to Bulgaria for EFN7 on September 24 for the second event of the joint ...

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