Monday, September 20, 2021: A scintillating week lies ahead for the sport of MuayThai across the globe, with a host of WBC MuayThai championship contests set to take place in Brisbane, Australia, Rathenow, Germany, and Bangkok, Thailand.
Let’s start with a sensational matchup for the vacant WBC MuayThai female super-flyweight world title between France’s Souris Manfredi and Thailand’s Oomsin SritongGym. This will be the first time a foreign female fighter is allowed to compete at the famed stadium in Bangkok.
The highly experienced Manfredi, fighting out of Pattaya, will have a tough battle on her hands against the gritty Oomsin, who has stated she wants to follow in the footsteps of Sanaejan SorJor Tongprajin and become the second Thai in a week to capture a WBC MuayThai world title at Lumpinee Stadium.
A mouth-watering encounter between two of the world’s top cruiserweights will occur in the German city of Rathenow as England’s Juan Cervantes will clash with Germany’s Gerardo Atti for the coveted WBC MuayThai cruiserweight world championship strap.
World ranked #1 Cervantes versus world-ranked #2 Atti. It doesn’t get any better than that. May the best man win.
In a showdown of big boys, Lukas Achterberg will face off against Jurgen Batista for the vacant WBC MuayThai German heavyweight title.
In a clash of 168 pounders, Kevin Botz will square off against Daniel Eckbert for the vacant WBC MuayThai super-middleweight German title.
A new promotion kicks off its journey in Queensland, Australia, Rise Championship, under the leadership of Nick Trask and his team, where the vacant WBC MuayThai Queensland super-lightweight title will be on the line when Roberto Fogassi clashes with Cassidy Haberfield.
The entire WBC MuayThai family wishes all fighters and promotional teams the best of luck for their upcoming showdowns and event.