Cooperation is key both for IFMA and for WMC

Australia will host an international event inviting Malaysian athletes in for the last important test before the SEA Games 2017 held in Malaysia. Malaysian athletes will take on top Australian fighters and Australian muaythai President Peter Boyd stated that events like this are important for the development of both countries especially as Oceana will now enter Asian events such as the Asian games and indoor Asian games. Malaysia has hosted an amazing world championship in 2014 so Australia is happy to host Malaysia in Australia.

Dato’ Shahnaz Azmi, President of Malaysian muaythai and vice president of the Asian Federation stated that  the cooperation between recognised muaythai national federations such as Australia and Malaysia is very important and Malaysia was a firm supporter for Oceana to join the Asian competition. Both presidents will be ring side this Saturday.

IGNITION Muaythai fight card 16th July 2017

Red – Blue

 

Main Card

Australia v Malaysia International Super Fight

Ben Worsfold (WATBC) v Mat Ropi (Malaysia) 63.5kg FTR

 

IGNITION Perpetual Cup bout

Brandon Kingston (WATBC) v Lukas Sayer (Diesel gym) FTR 67kg

 

Under Card

David Deves (Champions Gym) v Jay Hughes (Ekelboom MT) FTR 67k

Kayliegh Wainwright (WATBC) v Rhian Shepard (Westside) FTR 58kg

Dave Barnsley (CNS) v Mitchel Walker (Diesel Gym) FTR 75kg

Joe Collins (MMA247) v Shanon Beardon (Mandurah MT) FTR 87kg

Lauren Hawkins (AMMA) v Thalia Matene (FFC) FTR 58kg

Marcus Gomes (Bailey fight) v Dave Flanagan (Kao Sok) 64.5kg

Jacob Growcott (Kalamunda KB) v Kyle Groves (ECMMA) FTR 55kg

Jacinta Sims (CNS) v Grace Jackson (Kao Sok) FTR 56kg

Taryn Dyer (Evolve MA) v Jasmin Bascombe (Kao Sok) FTR 69kg

Kiara Sims (CNS) v Kaitlyn George (ECMMA) FTR 50kg

 

 

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