20 Nov 2018

With the unprecedented global growth of WBC MuayThai activities it?s Ireland?s turn to get things going ? and what a mouth-watering matchup we have for the vacant WBCMT super-lightweight (140Lbs) International championship title.

Saturday the 9th of March will see an explosive night of elite MuayThai action in Dublin?s fair city.

Ireland?s Sean Clancy: with a professional record of 40 wins, 18 loses and 1 draw, with 22 of those victories coming via knockouts, will put his gritty skills to the test against Australia?s Roy Wills, himself boasting a pro record of 43 wins with 14 loses, and 11 victories via knockout.

The Aussie fighter is currently ranked #12, whilst the Irish combatant is ranked #13 in the WBC MuayThai super-lightweight global rankings.

The Irishman splits his training between Ireland?s Siam Warriors gym and Thailand?s Yodyut gym. Wills is trained out the famed Pit Gym in Perth, Australia.

The WBC head office in Bangkok would like to thank our hard-working WBCMT Rep in Ireland, Mr. Martin Horgan, for all his endeavors to get this contest matched, and signed for this coveted belt ? we wish the show all the success in the world.

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