CANADA VERSUS THAILAND FOR THE WBC SUPER-WELTERWEIGHT WORLD TITLE

14 Aug 2018


Tuesday, August 14th: The prospects of an epic matchup takes place at Bangkok’s iconic Rajadamnern stadium on Thursday the 23rd of August between Canada’s Anthony Ford and Thailand’s Manaowan Sitsongpeenong for the vacant WBC MuayThai super-welterweight world championship title.

The contest between these two elite fighting warriors will be hosted by France based MuayThai promotion: Best of Siam, who once a year take their event to the Kingdom of Thailand and most namely, Rajadamnern stadium.

The show and this impending encounter are the talk of the ‘MuayThai town’ as global fight fans look forward to what has the makings of a pulsating encounter between Manaowan — a former WBC MuayThai welterweight champion — and Canadian warrior Ford.

Sitsongpeenong gym fighter Manaowan takes a professional record of 102 fights, with 71 wins, 29 loses and 2 draws into the matchup with Ford boasting a 92 win record from 124 fights, with 32 loses.

The home field advantage goes the way of Manaowan, who is also a former welterweight champion of Rajadamnern stadium. Ford has fought over 80% of his professional fights in the Kingdom, so he will have no fear of stepping over the ropes at the famed and storied Rajadamnern stadium.

On behalf of WBC MuayThai Chairman Pol. General Kovid Bhakdibhumi and all the team at the WBC MuayThai we wish both fighters the best of luck for their upcoming clash.


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