The Royal World Cup promises to be a new experience for many nations making it the biggest muaythai competition ever held.
Each continent across the world has sent us new countries along with the corresponding muaythai federations, who will usher in their athletes to the Royal World Cup giving them valuable insight and experience on the true spirit of competition.
Among others, Andorran athletes will join Europe in the crusade for the Royal trophies; and although a small country, their aspiration makes them a strong rival for even the most experienced participants.
South America unveils Costa Rica to the world of muaythai. Although this is its first event, Costa Rica has delegated a team in all divisions including juniors and female athletes.
Ghana will strengthen African positions at the Royal World Cup increasing its chances to bring back medals to hopeful and promising athletes, kids and youth in the African continent to foster the development of sport.
Many applications continue to come in every day to the IFMA office from all over the world expanding the IFMA family and strengthening the ties of friendship across countries, cultures and races through the art and sport of muaythai.