February 6th marks an auspicious day in the Muaythai calendar as Muaythai day where practitioners of the sport around the globe pay homage to King Somdej Phra Sanpher the 8th, better known as Phra Chao Sua, or the Tiger King. The Tiger King is renowned for his skills in martial arts, rising to the throne on February 6th, 1702.

This year the WMC and IFMA in cooperation with the Ministry of Sports and the Ministry of Tourism have put together a fight card to remember which will be hosted at the Nimbutr stadium in Bangkok.

The event will host three Super 4 tournaments featuring international fighters, alongside a special female fight at 57kg for the UNite trophy promoting the campaign to end violence against women and continuing to promote gender equality.



The fights will begin at 5pm

Super 4 57kg

1 Mamatov Kobilbek (Uzbekistan)

2 Mohd Ali Bin Yaakub (Malaysia)

3 Khalilov Tagir (Russia)

4 Awutlek Mo Burupa (Thailand)

Super 4 63.5kg

1 Charles Opoku (England)

2 Mohammed Bin Mahmoud   (Malaysia)

3 Yokwitiiya Petchsimuen (Thailand)

4 Firdavs Boynazarov (Uzbekistan)

Super 4 71 kg

1 Masoud Minaei (Iran)

2 Diesellek Petchsiriyim (Thailand)

3 Jarred Rothwell (South Africa)

4 Yurik Dayton (Armenia)

Super Female Fight 57 kg

1 Saskia D Effremo (Germany)

2 Hongmoradok Liang Prasert (Thailand)

Female Amateur 54 kg

1 Ticha Korat Sports School (Thailand)

2 Rhona Walker (Scotland)