The 12th of February will be a historical day in Tokyo as RWS will promote authentic muaythai in one of the most famous stadiums in Japan, the Korakuen Hall. The event has sold out already and will be telecasted live in over 200 countries around the globe.
The main fight of the evening will see former WMC world champion Nadaka face Thai fighter Praew Praw for the Rajadamnern Stadium Super flyweight title.
Also on the card WMC world champion Lamnammoonlek from Thailand will go head to head with Japanese warrior Renta alongside a full lineup of elite bouts between Japan and Thailand.
The event has been put together by Nakagawa Natsuo, the IFMA President of Japan, and The CEO of RWS Japan, Yohei Sasaki. The event is sanctioned by the Japanese IFMA association and the IOC-recognised world body, IFMA. IFMA and RWS have an MOU in place to ensure the safety and well-being of the athletes and many IFMA and WMC champions are current RWS champions.
Good luck to all the fighters competing in the event!