In what was a sensational night of MuayThai action, this past weekend in the Australian city of Brisbane, five new WBC MuayThai champions were crowned on the Destiny MuayThai promotion.

Albert Tu’ua cemented his claim to be recognized ad the rising star in the competitive welterweight division in Australia when he captured the WBC MuayThai welterweight championship strap, defeating Billy Coulter via a unanimous points decision.

In a clash of the big boys, Callum Godfrey outshone Adam O’Connell over five rounds to claim the vacant WBC MuayThai Queensland State title.

Nick Browning is the new the WBC MuayThai Queensland State middleweight champion after he overcame the challenge of Corey Crittenden to capture the 160 pound crown.

The WBC MuayThai Queensland State welterweight title was on the line when Brandon Baresic faced off against Abraham Rugato. Baresic was the victor, taking home the regional green and gold glory.

In a matchup of rising young prospects, Connor Gillen Gillen became the new WBC MuayThai featherweight youth (under-18) champion after he defeated Jye Van Polen.

On behalf of everyone at the WBC MuayThai, we would like to thank Chris Johnstone and his team at Destiny MuayThai promotions for their continued support of WBC MuayThai activities and congratulate of the winners for their night of success.