27 Feb 2009

Denmark?s undefeated ?Viking? Ed Monson fights top tanked Croatian Stipan Radic for the vacant WBC Muaythai Super Heavyweight World Title in Ridehuset, Aarhus, Denmark, on 21 March.

Promoter Mohammad Tehrani said the event would be the biggest Muaythai contest ever held in Denmark and had attracted enormous interest across Europe.

Monson (32) agreed to fight Ridic as he wanted to prove himself against the best competition having won the WBC International Super Heavyweight championship holding an unblemished 11-0 wins record. Radic (23) has impressive fight stats of 22 fights for just three loses.

Both fighters will enter the ring in peak condition with Monson hoping the home crowd will lift him to victory.

On the same card the WBC Female Muaythai International (50 kilos) Championship will be contested between Denmark?s Tuyet Trinh Thi (26) and France?s Martinez Jennifer (21)

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