Nathan Corbett


Nathan Corbett is a former WBC MuayThai cruiserweight world champion. He defeated Japans Magnum Sakai, back in December 2015, to become the first-ever WBC MuayThai cruiserweight champion of the world.

The victory, coming via way of a third round elbow stoppage, was a defining moment of glory for the Australian fighter, as this victory set him on a path to International MuayThai stardom. The contest took place on one of Australias eminent MuayThai events, Xplosion promotions. The WBC MuayThai was represented at the event by former WBC MuayThai Secretary General, Patrick Cusick.

Corbett went on to become a 10-time MuayThai world champion. He continues, to this day, to be a wonderful ambassador for the sport of MuayThai and a proud World Boxing Council MuayThai world champion.


Steve McKinnon


Steve McKinnon is a former WBC MuayThai super-cruiserweight world champion. He first earned the coveted title on June 20th, 2008, in Montego Bay, Jamaica, where he defeated Surinamese-Dutch fighter, Ashwin Balrak, to become WBC champion of the world.

McKinnon went on to defend his title three times, over four-years, defeating formidable opponents from Brazil, France and Spain, along the way.

The Australians career spanned a total of 17-years in which he faced off against some of the best in the business. He retired from professional fighting in 2017. Steve remains a wonderful and proud ambassador for the World Boxing Council as a former WBC MuayThai world champion.


Artem Levin


Artem Levin is a former WBC MuayThai light-heavyweight world champion. Levin first gained his WBC world glory on February 23rd, 2011, where he defeated Thailands Kaoklai Kaennorsing, via a unanimous points decision.

The contest took place in the Russian city of Chelyabinsk, in front a delighted home crowd that witnessed their compatriot claim a WBC MuayThai world title.

Levin would make one defense of his WBC MuayThai light-heavyweight title, in a contest against French fighter, Cheick Sidibe, in 2012, a bout that ended in more success for the Russian fighter, as he stopped his opponent via a 4th round technical knockout.

Artem had a decorated amateur and professional MuayThai career. He remains an inspiration for young MuayThai fighters in his homeland and will forever remain as a wonderful ambassador for the World Boxing Council MuayThai. pleased to induct Kaoklai into the WBC MuayThai Hall of Fame as a proud former WBC MuayThai champion of the world.


Steve Wakeling


Steve Wakeling is a former two-weight WBC MuayThai world champion. He defeated Australian superstar, John Wayne Parr, in March, 2006, to become the first-ever World Boxing Council MuayThai middleweight champion of the world.

Wakeling would go on to win a second WBC MuayThai world title in 2011, this time up at super-middleweight, where he defeated Thailands Jaochalam Chatkranok, via a TKO victory, in Pattaya, Thailand.

The English fighter would end his career as a four-time MuayThai world champion, defeating some of the worlds top opposition along the way. The WBC MuayThai is immensely proud of Steve Wakeling as a two-time former World Boxing Council world champion.


Lamsongkram Chuwattana


Thailands Lamsongkram Chuwattana is a former WBC MuayThai middleweight world champion. He first won the Interim title in June, 2006, where he defeated Kyrgyzstan fighter, Alan Ofeyo.

With his Interim title in hand, Lamsongkram would next square off against WBC middleweight world champion, Steve Wakeling. The clash of titans took place in London in 2007. The Thai fighter took home the WBC world title, via a hard-fought points decision.

Lamsongkram would go on to successfully defend his coveted title a total of four times, beating three opponents from France and one from Canada. He is also a former decorated champion of Bangkoks Rajadamnern stadium. To this day, he remains one of the most decorated champions of the World Boxing Council MuayThai.


Kem Sitsongpeenong


Thailands Kem Sitsongpeenong is a former WBC MuayThai super-welterweight world champion. He earned the title on June 17th, 2012, in Bangkok, Thailand, where he defeated Alejandro Asumu Osa. The Thai star won the championship title via a second round elbow KO.

The Sitsongpeenong gym fighter had a decorated domestic and International fight career spanning over twenty-years. He is a former champion of Bangkoks famed Rajadamnern and a two-time Thailand champion.

In retirement from the ring, Kem owns and operates a successful MuayThai gym in NorthEast Thailand. He remains an ardent supporter and ambassador of MuayThai worldwide activities.


Sagetdao Petpayathai


Sagetdao Petpayathai is a former WBC MuayThai super-lightweight world champion. He won the world title on June 9th, 2012, in Bangkok, Thailand, where he defeated French fighter Sofiane Dergdega, via a third round TKO victory.

In 2011, the Thai superstar defeated Americas Kevin Ross to claim the WBC MuayThai super-lightweight interim title. In 2013, Sagetdao would make his return to California to defend his WBC world title where he squared off against Japans Tetsuya Yamato, again winning in impressive fashion, via a technical stoppage, in the 4th round.

Sagetdao is one of the most iconic elite MuayThai fighters of the mid 2000s, winning a host of elite stadium accolades. He is a former two-weight champion of Lumpinee stadium, and a former champion of Rajadamnern stadium. The WBC MuayThai is honored to have him as a former World Boxing Council MuayThai champion of the world.


Anuwat Kaewsamrit


Thailands Anuwat Kaewsamrit is a former WBC MuayThai featherweight world champion. The fighter known as The iron hands of Siam for his intense punching power, overcame his compatriot, Singtongnoi Por Telakun, on October 19th, 2006, to claim the vacant world title.

The fight was one of the most talked about contests of 2006, at the famed elite MuayThai stadium, Anuwat was victorious via a third round stoppage. The fight was hosted by legendary promoter, Songchai Rattanasuban.

The Kaewsamrit gym warrior is a former five-weight champion of Rajadamnern stadium, a former champion of Lumpinee stadium and a former champion of Omnoi stadium. He is also a two-time winner of the prestigious Sports Writers fighter of the year award.

The World Boxing Council MuayThai is proud to be forever associated with Anuwat Kaewsamrit as one of our former world champions.


Ruth Ashdown


Ruth Ashdown is a former WBC MuayThai multi-weight world champion and the first-ever WBC MuayThai Diamond belt champion.

The English fighter won her first WBC MuayThai world title in November, 2013, in a contest where she defeated French fighter, Lailla Akounad, via a second round TKO victory, in Copthorne, England. The win crowned her the new WBC MuayThai flyweight champion of the world.

The next journey to WBC global glory saw Ashdown move up to super-bantamweight where she squared off against Italian fighter Sveva Melillo. It was another night of shinning glory for the indomitable English fighter as she became a WBC MuayThai world champion for a second time.

The defining moment of Ruths career came on August 15th, 2018, in Hong Kong, when she became the inaugural WBC MuayThai female diamond champion, defeating Thailands Dokmaipa Kiatpompetch, to claim a piece of WBC history.

The World Boxing Council is proud to have played a part in the decorated career of a such an inspirational fighter. Ruth Ashdown will go into the MuayThai history books as one of the greatest ever champions of the WBC MuayThai.


Julie Kitchen


Julie Kitchen is a former WBC MuayThai welterweight world champion. She defeated Thailands Nan Pimnipa on April 7th, 2011, in Pattaya, Thailand, to claim the prestigious world championship title.

The English fighter had a decorated professional MuayThai career, spanning more than a decade. Her career took to her many parts of the world where she faced off against the best of the best and became the first British woman to win a WBC MuayThai world title.

The World Boxing Council is most pleased to induct Julie Kitchen as one inaugural inductees into the WBC MuayThai Hall of Fame. The World Boxing Council is pleased to induct Kaoklai into the WBC MuayThai Hall of Fame as a proud former WBC MuayThai champion of the world.


Miriam Nakamoto


Miriam Nakamoto is a former WBC MuayThai lightweight world champion. She became champion on December 11th, 2010, in Haikou, China, where she defeated Luxembourg fighter, Claire Haigh. The American fighters night of WBC global glory was made possible after she scored a devastating first round TKO victory.

In 2013, Nakamoto defended her world title against Dutch fighter, Aleide Lawant, on a WCK promoted event in California, USA. She claimed a unanimous points victory in what turned out to be her last professional MuayThai contest.

The World Boxing Council is proud that Miriam Nakamoto became the first American female to win a WBC MuayThai world title. Our organization is delighted to induct her into the WBC MuayThai Hall of Fame.


Shane Del Rosario


Shane Del Rosario (RIP) is a former two-time WBC MuayThai heavyweight world champion. Shane first become WBC MuayThai champion of world when he defeated Dutch fighter, Ricardo Van Den Bos, via a second KO victory, on September 8th, 2007, at a WCK promoter event in California, USA.

In early 2008, Shane lost his title to Ginty Vrede (RIP). Shane would later challenge Mexicos Raul Romero for the vacant WBC MuayThai heavyweight world title in Las Vegas. Shane became a WBC world champion for the second time after winning via yet another knockout victory, a win that was witnessed by the late WBC President, Jose Sulaiman.

In 2013, the WBC and the entire fight world were deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Shane. He passed away on December 9th. Shane will be fondly remembered as the first American to win a WBC MuayThai world title.

The World Boxing Council MuayThai is proud to induct Shane Del Rosario into the WBC MuayThai Hall of Fame. May his memory live on with his family, loved ones and his many, many fans around the world.


Kaoklai Kaennorsing


Thailands Kaoklai Kaennorsing is a former WBC MuayThai light-heavyweight world champion.

He won the championship title on the 14th of March, 2010, in California, USA, where he defeated Japans Magnum Sakai. The Thai star sealed the coveted WBC world glory via a third round Knockout victory.

Kaoklai is a former two-weight champion of Bangkoks famed Rajadamnern stadium and was one of the most popular fighters on the elite K1 fight circuit, in Japan.

The World Boxing Council is pleased to induct Kaoklai into the WBC MuayThai Hall of Fame as a proud former WBC MuayThai champion of the world.


Tiana Caverly


Tiana Caverly is a former WBC MuayThai bantamweight world champion. Tiana won her world title on November 11, 2012, when she defeated Japans Ayano Oishi, via a unanimous points victory.

Tiana's rise to world champion was one of hard work and a steely dedication to her sport. She became a two-time WBC MuayThai Australian champion before rising to the cream of the crop. She made a successful defense of her WBC MuayThai world title on May 26th, 2012, when she defeated Thailands Dionapa Kiangsak, on the Battle Collossal event in Perth, Australia.

The World Boxing Council MuayThai is proud to induct Tiana into the WBC MuayThai Hall of Fame. Tiana continues to stay active in the world of MuayThai where she works as a ring official in Perth.


Ginty Vrede


Ginty Vrede (RIP) was a former WBC MuayThai heavyweight world champion. Ginty became the champion of the world on January 12, 2008, in Las Vegas, Nevada, when he defeated American fighter Shane Del Rosario.

The heavy-hitting Dutch-Surinamese fighter stunned the home crowd, and the reigning world champion, with a first round Knockout victory, that propelled him to become the new WBC MuayThai heavyweight champion of the world.

The entire World Boxing Council MuayThai family were deeply saddened to learn that Ginty passed away in Amsterdam. May his soul Rest In Peace. He will be fondly remembered by those closet to him, and his fans around the world.

The World Boxing Council MuayThai is proud to induct our late champion, Ginty Vrede, into the WBC MuayThai Hall of Fame.