HISTORIC MUAY THAI WORLD TITLE
VICTORIES FOR JAPANESE FIGHTERS

18 Nov 2014

Two Japanese fighters Genji Umeno and Tetsuya Yamato created Muay Thai history when they both won WBC World Titles in Tokyo on 15 November.
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28 Oct 2014

Muaythai in Japan will reach a new benchmark with two world titles finalized to take place in Tokyo on 15 November.
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25 Sep 2014

Thailand super lightweight world champion Sakkedao Petchpayatai will defend his WBC title against outstanding Japanese challenger Tetsuya Yamato in Tokyo on 15 November.

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15 Sep 2014

Britain’s Muaythai star Liam “Hitman” Harrison achieved a career fulfilling ambition when he won the WBC World Welterweight Title against defending champion Mehdi Zatout in Liverpool on 6 September.

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His Majesty The King of Thailand meets with the WBC President Dr. Jose Sulaiman. The historic meeting was held at the King's Palace on 22 November, 2001. Following the meeting the World Boxing Council set about to establish the WBC MUAYTHAI to rate fighters worldwide and sanction world championship events.

Dr. Jose Sulaiman, President of WBC and Gen Kovid Bhakdibhumi, WBC Muaythai Chairman

The 51st WBC Convention in Bagnkok, Thailand 2013

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