The Kuching Muaythai Association, located in Kuching, Sarawak province, Malaysia has been developing its sports program step by step, and giving back to the community in the process.
Credit and thanks must go to Dato’ Shahnaz Azmi, President of the Malaysian Muaythai Association, who has worked so hard for the development of the sport in his country.
The National Sports Council (NSC) of Malaysia has decided to include the sport of Muaythai for the first time when hosting this year’s edition of the Malaysian Games, from June 28 to July 7.
Giving back is an important part of Muaythai, and also a social responsibility. IFMA prides itself on taking its educational and social responsibilities seriously and using the power of sport for cultural understanding and environmental problems.
The Organizing Committee behind the 2014 IFMA World Championships has been giving deep thought to tackle the issues of raising environmental understanding and ensuring that the world is a fitter and better place.
The Malaysian Muaythai Association and the Malaysian government won the bid for the IFMA World Championship 2014, which will be held on the beautiful island of Langkawi. It will be renamed “Muaythai Island”, for the period of the competition.
The Perak Amanjaya Muaythai International 2013 competition will be held on 26th January 2013, Saturday at 8.00pm which located at Stadium Indera Mulia, Ipoh.
One of Malaysia’s major convention centres, Sunway Pyramid, was packed to bursting point with excited spectators and dignitaries ready for a spectacular event. Elite Boxing, which brought the concept “Thailand vs Challenger” to the world, put on a world class event under the sanctioning of the Malaysian Muaythai Association and the World Muaythai Council. Read More
In the wake of “The Challenger Muaythai”, which was filmed in Malaysian and fully supported by the Malaysian Government, the nation continues to be in Muaythai fever. The national team has now been finalized through selection fights between all state champions. Over 450 boxers competed in 15 states, in order to win a place to compete in the National Muaythai Championship in Putrajaya, Malaysia.
Out of 60 at the National Muaythai Championship, 7 athletes won a place on the national team, and will represent Malaysia in the 2012 World Championship in St Petersburg this September.
The Malaysian Muaythai Association has officially signed an MOU with the Malaysian National Sports Council. According to the MOU, the Malaysian Muaythai Association is now a part of the National Coaching Academy, sitting together with “FAM” for football, “Makaf” for Karate and 25 other national sports bodies with approved coaching programs, out of the 48 recognised sports in Malaysia.