Thai Fight, held at the Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy, Thailand, was a great success with Her Royal Highness, Princess Ubolratana Rajakanya presiding over the event. All current and former WMC Champions came out in full force to compete at the event.

The main fight card saw a new generation of stars take on the old generation. Antoine Pinto, semi-finalist of the Emmy-nominated reality show, Challenger Muaythai, took on Contender participant, Bruce Macfie from Australia; the younger Antioine Pinto proved too strong Bruce Macfie and won the bout in spectacular fashion.

Former WMC Champion Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee from Thailand, took on Alex Oller from Brazil in a highly technical fight with Sudsakorn winning the decision.

3 time WMC Champion, Saiyok Pumphanmuang Windy Sport from Thailand proved too strong for France’s Remy Vectol, winning their bout by decision.

WMC Kings Cup 2014 winner, Tengneng Sitjesairoong, from Thailand, won in the Isuzu Cap Super Fight title fight against fellow countryman, Rungrawee P.K. Saenchai Muaythai Gym, in a highly entertaining fight that went the distance that had all the spectators on the edge of their seats.

In a highly-contested fight, Leo Pinto from France, won a tough decision against Nong-O Laos Vision, from Laos.

Uzbekistan showed why they are one of the strongest Muaythai countries in the world with Anvar Boinazarow stopping Thai contender Ngokun Saiyok Muaythai Gym in the second round. France’s Raphael Bohic also came in full strength to win against Kong-Samui Lukjaoporongtom from Thailand.

3 time WMC world champ, Saenchai P.K. Saenchai Muaythai Gym, showed again why Muay Boran is truly the martial art of the ancient battlefield by defeating the Brazilian Challenger, Jose Neto.