28 Jan 2009

WBC MUAYTHAI rules and regulations will be regulated for all MA Kick Boxing and New Japan Kick Boxing to set professional standards and rankings for those practicing in the Thai fighting art in Japan.

Both organizations are represented in over 100 gyms where much of Japan's Muaythai talent trains in preparation for worldwide ranking.

The WBC rules and regulations have been adopted by the Japan Professional Muaythai Committee (JPMC) and the inclusion of MA Kick Boxing and New Japan Kick Boxing heralds a new era for Muaythai across Japan.

The three organizations will join together for ranking fights and to build strong relationship," said Kengo Miyagawa Chairman of MA Kick Boxing.
" We hope that many other organization and free gyms will participate on this Japan Unified Ranking. We also hope that in near future, there will be Japanese International and World Champion of WBC Muaythai," commented Kyoji Saitou Chairman of New Japan Kick Boxing

Muaythai ranking fights using WBC rules and regulations start from January 25 when New Japan Kick Boxing will schedule two contests. MA Kick Boxing will being from April 12 and plan to have the Japan Muaythai Championship fight by the end of the year.

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