Professional MuayThai on the continent of Africa is witnessing a resurgence with the rise of a new generation of fighters looking to make their mark on the global stage. But first, they will aspire to become WBC MuayThai Africa champions, an accolade established to offer a platform of success on the regional professional MuayThai fight circuit.
225 Fight Show are set to host their second event of the year in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, on Saturday, April 24.
The WBC MuayThai, led by Hadj Bettahar, are delighted to be supporting this event and the continued growth of the sport and culture of MuayThai within the region.
Moreover, the WBC MuayThai team will host an in-depth ring officials seminar and workshop to up-skill the knowledge of all working referees and judges before the event.
Ivory Coast is now, but the rest of the continent will follow with the likes of Tunisia and many other countries striving to enhance the sport of culture of MuayThai on the African continent.