26 Jan 2006

The WBC MUAYTHAI has two world titles scheduled for January and March 2006.
For the first time ever world titles for boxing and Muay Thai will be fought on the same championship card at Cancun, Mexico, on 28 January when the WBC sanctioned World Muay Thai Super Featherweight world title contest will be held back-to-back with the WBC Flyweight World Boxing Championship.
Then on 12 March one of the most anticipated championship MUAYTHAI contests will take place when the Australian legend fighter John Wayne Parr fights Englishman Steve Wakeling for the vacant WBC MUAYTHAI Middleweight World Title.

This will be Parr's comeback fight after losing the WBC MUAYTHAI Super Welterweight crown to Thailand's Yodsaenklai Fairtex last December in Queensland, Australia.
Wakeling has been training at the new Fairtex training camp in Pattaya, Thailand and is reportedly confident of giving Parr a second setback in the Aussie's quest for a WBC championship belt.

"I don't want to use weight as an excuse for losing to Yodsaenklai. He kicked me down fair and square - and I lost on points because of that. But with the extra weight I will be stronger."
Wakeling will be taller than Parr who understands that another loss could damage his reputation as a K1 max superstar and former S1 champion. Wakeling is also a former S1 champion.

At the Caribbean beach resort of Cancun this month Thailand's superstar "Sugar" Keo Fairtex takes on the sensational Korean KO specialists Bin In Wok (26) who has won 17 of his 38 fights by knockout.
Keo went to San Francisco acclimatizing while Bin will fly direct to Cancun.
The WBC MUAYTHAI championship will be a big hit for the Night of Champions extravaganza in Caribbean when all the great boxing champions - new and past - including the greatest ever Muhammad Ali will be present to watch Muaythai go on show on the biggest world stage for fighting arts.
The event is being televised worldwide.

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