SECOND WORLD TITLE ON ONE
EVENT IN JAPAN NOVEMBER 15
28 Oct 2014
Rajadamnern Super Featherweight Champion Jompichit Choocharoen
Muaythai in Japan will reach a new benchmark with two world titles finalized to take place in Tokyo on 15 November.
Rajadamnern Super Featherweight Champion Jompichit Choocharoen joins Thailand?s WBC superstar Sakeddao? Petchpayatai to fight for two WBC Muaythai world titles against the top Muaythai challengers.
Jompichit (total fights 80, 59 wins -17 loses and 4 draws) will fight Japan?s WBC International Champion Umeno Genji for the WBC World Super Featherweight title that will take place in the Korakuen Hall.
Sakeddao Petchpayatai will defend his WBC world super lightweight title against outstanding Japanese challenger Tetsuya Yamato.
The historic two world titles are promoted by Kyoji Saito in the best-of-the-best showdown between the top Thai Muaythai boxers and their Japanese rivals.