Posts Tagged ‘Madsua’

Thai Superstars in full support of Muaythai Towards Highest Sporting Recognition campaign

January 24th, 2013

Thai Muaythai and boxing superstars are united in their support of the application by IFMA towards gaining recognition for Muaythai from the IOC, a campaign which is fully supported by the National Olympic Committee of Thailand and the Thai Government. The official launch of the campaign was a wonderful success, to which HM King donated a trophy. The Prime Minister of Thailand donated the Female Cup, the official Muaythai anthem was introduced, and superstars like Olympic ...

Prepare for Battle: Warrior FC – Canberra

November 1st, 2012

This December Canberra, Australia will have the chance to experience action-packed Muaythai at a world class venue with two events.  ACT Combat Sports Association and Muaythai Australia will be endorsing both a professional fight night, Warrior FC, and an amateur Muaythai tournament Road to Warrior FC.  Warrior FC will feature a showcase super middleweight fight between Thailand’s Tum Mardsua and Australia’s Daniel Kerr.  Mardsua, who was the winner of Challenger Muaythai and on The Contender TV series, will battle Kerr who is one of ...

There’s Thunder Coming: Rumble of the Kings

October 24th, 2012

This year Rumble of the Kings will see a fantastic promotion with two World title fights on the same card, one in Muaythai, and one in Boxing. WMC Vice President, Stephan Fox  said: “This is the way it should be: The WBC as the premier boxing promoter, and the WMC as the world controlling body for the sport of Muaythai. Boxing is boxing and Muaythai is Muaythai.  With this event, the WMC wants to send a ...

Thailand vs. Asia’s Roaring Success!

October 17th, 2012

One of Malaysia’s major convention centres, Sunway Pyramid, was packed to bursting point with excited spectators and dignitaries ready for a spectacular event. Elite Boxing, which brought the concept “Thailand vs Challenger” to the world, put on a world class event under the sanctioning of the Malaysian Muaythai Association and the World Muaythai Council. The audience was filled with Malaysian celebrities, and also featured a Malaysian fashion parade on the runway. The sold-out seats inside the ...

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