13 Sep 2020

Sunday, September 13, 2020: Last night saw a return to competitive MuayThai action in Tokyo, Japan, and with great success as the event also allowed fans to enter to watch the fights at the famed Korakuen Stadium.

Three WBC MuayThai Japanese national championships were contested on the show. All three fights did not disappoint those in attendance as the level of skills and prowess by all six combatants showcased the high level of MuayThai fighters in Japan.

WBC MuayThai featherweight champion of Japan, Takuma Ota, successfully defended his title against his challenger, Yuki Miyazaki, winning via a unanimous points decision.

The WBC MuayThai bantamweight championship was claimed by Ikko, in a heated battle with Yuya Iwanami. Ikko claimed the vacant title via a points victory. Ikko is the younger brother of Takuma...two brothers, both WBC MuayThai champions of Japan.

In the third WBC MuayThai title fight of the evening, Samuel Yoshimitsu Nagasawa claimed the vacant lightweight Japanese title, defeating Shoya Suzuki, via a unanimous decision.

On behalf of WBC MuayThai President, Pol. General Kovid Bhakdibhumi, and the entire team at the WBC MuayThai, we would like to congratulate all three champions and their teams for their victories. A special mention to the WBC MuayThai team in Japan and to NJKF promotions for hosting the WBC MuayThai championships.

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