This year at the IFMA World Championships over 20 countries shared the medal podiums which shows how strongly Muaythai has grown around the world. The teams competed across men’s, women’s and junior male and female contests with some teams entering boxers in all categories. Senior level male fighters are split into two divisions depending on […]
Scorpion gym Novo mesto hosted the final round of MTL in its hometown of Novo mesto, Slovenia. The competition, which was under the patronage of IFMA/WMC and is recognised by the Slovenian national Olympic committee, was a gathering of some 46 male, female, junior and children fighters from 5 countries.
The Open Polish Muaythai Cup ended last Sunday on November 11th in Bydgoszcz. Reflecting on it one week later, this two day championship was an important event for Poland’s amateur Muaythai. Over one hundred fighters from Poland, Belarus, Russia, Turkey, the United Kingdom, France, Slovenia and Finland participated, with referees and judges from Russia and […]
The 2012 IFMA World Championships final day, which were televised six hours live in Russia on different channels, was an event of great skill and sportsmanship, magnified by an electrifying atmosphere. People turned up in crowds, as the home country showed its supports for the Russian athletes in the finals.
In the final day for the Female Division of the IFMA World Championship, Jubilee stadium was on fire.
Day 5 saw two favourites from the Thai team sent home. In the 67kg division, Belarusian super star, Andrei Kulebin sent home Dee Teerapong and in the 71kg division, Kem (Pakcotakang Surasak) went home after an incredible upset by Vital Hurkou, also from Belarus. However, Thailand has still made their way to the finals in […]