The Carrara Sports Stadium in Australia will come alive for one of the biggest muaythai shows in 2023 as Infliction returns for its 10th-anniversary event in cooperation with Muaythai Australia, IFMA, and the WMC.
The Show boasts a solid card including a female Super 4 tournament with 10,000 dollar prize money held on the show, the biggest female prize purse to date in Australia.
The main bout of the evening will welcome one of Australia’s top fighters Jayden Eynaud of Strikeforce Muay Thai who will face off against Paul Banasiak (USA) for the WMC Cruiser Weight World Title.
Promoter Nick Atkins stated that a lot of work has gone into this event to not only create a world-class show but to ensure that the conditions of muaythai will be honoured and protected.
IFMA president Doctor Sakchye Tapsuwan sent a personal congratulatory message to Australia and there are many VIPS expected both from the Olympic and government level.
The event also celebrates Muaythai Australia, the Australian Muayhai federation that was established in 1995, fully recognised by the Australia Sports Commission and for over 30 years has been part of the national and international development of muaythai towards IOC recognition.
Good luck to all the fighters competing on the event and congratulations to the full team at Inflcition for putting together another epic event.