Sunday the 18th February in the beautiful city of Perth, Australia will see the return of Ignition Muaythai. The event which is sanctioned by the WMC features both international and homegrown athletes showcasing the best of the best as well as up and coming talent.
Featured on the card is Brandon Kingston who will represent Australia at the IFMA World Championships in Mexico in the competitive class at 67kg.
Also on the bill is Emmanuel Basiliote who was the 67kg 16-17yrs Gold Medalist at the MTA National Championships and Kaine Ellis who was also a 63.5kg 16-17yrs Gold medalist. The pair will both compete in Thailand in August at the IFMA Youth World Championships.
Peter Boyd the President of Muaythai Australia stated that 2018 is shaping up to be another fantastic year for Australian Muaythai. Aside from the many shows that are now been promoted in Australia our athletes our now representing our country around the world at the highest level.
Brandon Kingston (WATBC)v Ben Shchigel (Phon’s gym) 63.5kg 5×2
Mitch Impy (Manho)v Trent-Harley Ross (Champions gym) 70kg 3×2
Tom Funke (Seldys)v Joe Collins (MMA247) 82kg 3×2
Emmanuel Basiliote (WATBC)v Kaine Ellis (Lanna Gym) 65kg 3×2
Marcus Walker (Kao Sok) v John Lethal (Champions) 90kg 3×2
Jamie Hunt (Seldys)v Joe McCoy (Sunset MT) 65kg 3×2
Anthony Mader (Beastmaster) v Benjamin Priest (Morfit) 72kg 3×2
Tajlon Mead (ECMMA) v Adrian Skelly (MMA247) 62kg 3×2
Stacey Clark (Beastmaster) v Hilary Telford (Diesel gym) 55kg 3×2
Kaitlyn George (ECMMA) v Chloe Wilson (MMA247) 52kg 3×2
From all at the WMC we wish all of the athletes the best of luck and kudos to all the Ignition team for putting together another great show!