On march 4th at the unveiling of the WCG’s logo in the President Hall of RIA «Novosti» agency, the lovable cartoon characters of “Masha and the Bear” became the official WCG mascots.
On March 4, the logo and the mascots for World Combat Games 2013 were unveiled in the President Hall of RIA «Novosti» agency. Head of the Games Directorate Pavel Zhuravliov, Director General of «Animaccord» company Dmitry Loveyko, world five-time sumo champion Alan Karayev and world two-time wushu champion Daria Tarasova took part in the conference.
More fantastic news has come through for the sport of muaythai: the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) has included Muaythai in the Asian Beach Games, set to occur in Phuket, Thailand, in 2014.
Elisa Salinas needs no introduction in the realm of the silver screen: she is one of the world’s leading television producers, with many Hollywood productions under her belt, affectionately known as the “Queen of Reality TV” in South America.
She has produced over fifty telenovelas (the Spanish term for the very popular form of soap operas) and reality shows.
Yet what many people don’t know is that Elisa is also a huge fan and practitioner of Muaythai, which explains her healthy look and strong fitness level!
After the nomination of The Challenger Muaythai for an International Emmy Award, a new Muaythai reality show will hit the waves soon, this time featuring female Muaythai in Million Baht Babes.
Three girls who have never fought in professional Muaythai, and who, in fact had very little prior knowledge of the art and sport, traveled to Thailand to complete a rigorous training program. Hailing from Australia is Muaythai hopeful Sammy, together with Rachel from England and Micky representing Germany. Read More
The Challenger Muaythai did not win the International Emmy Award for Best of Non-scripted Entertainment. Instead, that honor went to the Amazing Race Australia. It has been nominated several times already, and has finally won the award for the first time.
The International Federation of Muaythai Amateur and the World Muaythai Council have been involved in two charity projects since their inauguration. “Muaythai Against Drugs” is established in over 50 countries and promotes awareness of the dangers of drugs and the fostering of positive influences in the lives of youth today.
In cooperation with Peace and Sport another important project has been instituted to help guide youth to healthier and safer life choices, “Sport Is Your Gang”. This project aims to take youth from troubled backgrounds and provide them with a sense of belonging in the family of sport, away from gang affiliation.
IFMA, the WMC and the producers of the hit TV show, The Challenger Muaythai, have joined forces to bring Muaythai to millions of people sitting in airline seats. Read More
This December Canberra, Australia will have the chance to experience action-packed Muaythai at a world class venue with two events. ACT Combat Sports Association and Muaythai Australia will be endorsing both a professional fight night, Warrior FC, and an amateur Muaythai tournament Road to Warrior FC. Read More