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Athletes from over 30 countries will travel to the UAE capital Abu Dhabi to participate in the 2019 Asian Championships which is also a qualification event on the road to the 2021 World Games. The UAE Muaythai Federation and the government is in full preparation to make this event an everlasting experience for the athletes […]
The world biggest indoor arena, the Philippine arena hosted a spectacular and breath-taking opening ceremony. ‘The roots of our strength’ was the theme, showcasing the heritage of the Philippines. The stadium erupted as the teams from Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand, Timor Leste and Vietnam and certainly the Philippines entered the stadium. […]
The marvellous city of Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates will welcome National Muaythai teams from all over Asia for an event to remember. The gold medalists of 2018 edition of the Asian Muaythai Championships in Macau will defend their titles while so many contenders will challenge the champions for the medals of […]
Dr Erdogan Aydin, Chair of IFMA Medical Commission, attended the three-day WADA Conference in Katowice, Poland where leaders of international sports federations, GAISF led by the President Raffaele Chiulli and many more were in attendance to discuss and exchange ideas on protecting athletes and keeping sport clean. The President of the International Olympic Committee Dr. […]
On behalf of the Federation of Muaythai Amateur of Asia and the Asian muaythai community, we wish to express our sincere condolences for the recent passing of Timur Kamalovich Dossymbetov. His death is no doubt a great loss to the Olympic family and the world sport community.
The Muaythai campaign to end violence against women is supported by 130 national federations to create awareness in this important campaign. Many countries have supported the initiative with their champions and a special UN trophy is donated by UN Women and is an important part of King’s Cup 2015.
Who will be the winner of King’s Cup 2015? WMC President, General Chetta Thanajaro, did the final draw witnessed by over 50 television cameras and the athletes who qualified for the final. First draw was Thailand champion, Changpuek Kiatsongrit, who got drawn against Canadian fighter, Sean Sor Sumalee.
Z1, Malaysia’s major promoter in association with the Malaysian Muaythai Association which again has Z1 event and the Royal Cup of Malaysia. The event will be held over 2 days, in honor of H.M. the King of Thailand for his 88th birthday. The first day we will see the young talent of Malaysia fighting in […]