Friday 23rd December will see the latest edition of Wu Fights in the beautiful city of Foshan, China.
For the next 14 months the People’s Republic of China will be one of the centres of World Muaythai with the 15 event series of Wu fights in which the best Muaythai fighters of the world will take on China’s best on the road to become the ultimate winner. The second round of the event will see multiple WMC and IFMA world champions taking on China’s elite and the event proves that Chinese Muaythai is getting stronger as fighters can go toe to toe with the best athletes in the world.
This event will also see multi world champion Simon Marcus fight in a super fight against the local Chinese champion.
96 Athletes will compete in six weight divisions to decide on the champions. The event will also help to promote the 2017 World Games and will be televised live.
From all at the WMC we wish the athletes the best of luck.