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The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) has officially signed the Host City Contract for the 2021 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games (AIMAG), which will be hosted in Thailand. Bangkok and Pattaya in Chonburi province will share the sixth edition of the Games next year, when 24 sports will be on the programme. 15 years […]
The Muaythai Association of the Philippines (MAP) under the leadership of General Lucas Managuelod, IFMA Executive Board Member, cares about their members and the community. The Muaythai Association of the Philippines (MAP), fully recognised by the NOC and Philippine Sports Commission, ensured that all members got government support during this crisis but also that their members […]
IFMA World Championships 2019 updated the IFMA gold medal tally with some athletes defending their titles and some wearing the IFMA gold medal for the first time in their lives. Such athletes like Igor Liubchenko, Alena Liashkevich, Nili Block again became the best in their weight divisions showing the highest level of muaythai. Both Igor and Alena won […]
The 2019 FAMA General Assembly was held in Abu Dhabi with 35 participating national federations coming together to elect a new FAMA Vice President, H.E. Abdullah Al Neyadi Chairman of the UAE Muaythai Federation. H.E. Abudllah was one of the driving forces in the development of muaythai in the UAE and the success of the […]
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 […]