Peru Muaythai Association will be the host for one of the biggest fight events held in the region. Peru Muaythai Association under the Presidency and national director of Rodrigo Jorquera, have put together a world class event which will put Lima in the center of Muaythai this weekend.

The event is hosted by the Peruvian National Muaythai Federation which is fully recognized by the national Olympic committee of Peru in collaboration with Peruvian Sports Institute and sponsored by Magdalena del Mar. Many embassies will be present to support their athletes.


MUAYTHAI 72 is a 3 day Peruvian Festival that comes back for the second year on 27th, 28th and 29th November 2015, starting 9am in the spacious hall of Chamochumbi Coliseum in Magdalena del Mar, Lima.

This festival will highlight 4 important international fights for WMC International and Continental Titles. The main fight will be USA Superstar, WMC Intercontinental champion, Kevin Ross, taking on the Brazilian champion, Leandro Duarte. This fight truly is putting two of Pan American’s best in the ring.


For WMC SouthAmerican Title Giovanni Mazzetti from Perú will challenge Israel Roldán from Argentina in the -75kg división.


The South American title will be held between Gaston Balanos from Peru against Juan Allevato from Argentina in the 63.5 Kg. division.


The female championship fight will be between Luna Tobin from Peru against Araceli Fornera from Paraguay for the South American title in the -57kg división.


A Muaythai Expo will be also held at the festival, with exhibitions, muaythai related products, seminars and delicious food court.

72 Hours Muaythai Festival will be a 3 days event where all participants will live, breathe and enjoy muaythai at its best, with national and international matches held in a family and friendly environment.

This great event is hosted by the Peruvian National Muaythai Federation in collaboration with Peruvian Sports Institute IPD and sponsored by Magdalena del Mar city, the Royal Thai Embassy in Peru and several private institutions that support this development of the sports.