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International Challenge bout between WBC Muaythai Japanese Super Feather weight Champion, Yoshinori Nakasuka between Australian Champion, Joseph Concha fought on Nevember 26th at Korakuen Hal in Tokyo.

WBC Muaythai International Challenge Bout
Joseph Concha vs Yoshinori Nakasuka
(OGUNI-GYM / WBC Muaythai Japan Super Feather weight Champion)
×
Judge 2-1 ※49-48, 47-49, 50-48

Both started out with distance Nakasuga kicking the left middle kicks and Concha by right middle kicks. Concha’s low kicks and cross started to get Nakasuka, then Nakasuka fights back by Left middle to jabs. Concha’s defense is tight that Nakasuka’s attacks do not get to Concha. Nakasuka lost balance by Concha’s low kicks. 3R, Nakasuka uses elbow when Concha comes forward. 4R and 5R Nakasuka tried to come forward but Concha’s defense is still tight. The judge were split by 2-1. Concha won the fight.

ジョセフ・コンチャ選手 vs Yoshinori Nakasuka ジョセフ・コンチャ選手 vs Yoshinori Nakasuka ジョセフ・コンチャ選手 vs Yoshinori Nakasuka ジョセフ・コンチャ選手 vs Yoshinori Nakasuka ジョセフ・コンチャ選手 vs Yoshinori Nakasuka ジョセフ・コンチャ選手 vs Yoshinori Nakasuka ジョセフ・コンチャ選手

photo by Yuichiro Suzuki


WBC Muaythai Japan Super Welter Weight Title Match
Soichiro Miyakoshi became the new Champion!!!
Soichiro Miyakoshi
Kensuikai / Former WBC Muaythai Japan Welter weight Champion)
vs Yutaro Yamauchi
(team pitbull / WBC Muaythai Japan Super Welter weight Champion)
×
Judge 3-0 ※49-48, 50-47, 50-47

From the beginning, Miyakoshi puts pressure by left middle kicks and to low kicks. Yamauchi fights back by using foot works and throwing jabs to cross punches. Miyakoshi also throws punches. As rounds goes, Miyakoshi maintain to put pressure by punches to kicks gets Yamauchi to be pushed to the corner and get punches by Miyakoshi. At the final round, both started out with aggressive punches that get audience very excited. Yamauchi’s punches captured Miyakoshi a several times but not strong enough to have Miyakoshi go down. The judge was 3-0. Miyakoshi became the new Champion of Super Welter weight after loosing his Welter weight title.

Soichiro Miyakoshi vs Yutaro Yamauchi Soichiro Miyakoshi vs Yutaro Yamauchi Soichiro Miyakoshi vs Yutaro Yamauchi Soichiro Miyakoshi vs Yutaro Yamauchi Soichiro Miyakoshi vs Yutaro Yamauchi Soichiro Miyakoshi became the new Champion!!!

photo by Yuichiro Suzuki


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Battle Collossal 12, November 5 held in Perth, Australia which the main event was WBC Muaythai Female Bantamweight World Title fought by Tiana Cavery, Australian Champion and Ayano Oishi, Japanese Champion.

WBC Muaythai Female Bantamweight World Title fought
Tiana Caver vs Ayano Oishi ×
3-0(50-45, 50-46, 50-45)

The face off between two nation champions began fiercely with Cavery using her reach and experience to advantage with a range of body kicks and push kicks keeping the advancing Oishi at bay who consistently pushed forward looking for an opening to land some heavy punch combinations and leg kick attacks. It was in round two that Oishi found her mark landing a left hooks that sent Caverly back on rubber legs, but it was the sound of the bell that saved her from the Japanese onslaught. In round three Oishi desperately attempted to find the knockout shot but the taller Aussie managed to weather the storm with some good grappling that slowed the Japanese champion and also found her cut to the left brow from a Caverly elbow. In the fourth Oishi once again come out with guns blazing and Caverly was caught with yet another barrage of punches, but it was owed to Caverly's experience and reach that allowed her to land some accurate kicks and punches of her own. In the fifth it was Caverly who looked the better but with credit to Oishi, battered and swollen, never stopped coming forward in a desperate attempt searching for the knockout blow. At the final bell it was Perth's Tiana Caverly who was coward the win with the judges scoring it 50-46 50-45 50-45 and crowning her the new WBC Muaythai Female Bantamweight World Champion. (report by WBC muaythai Australia)

http://wbcmuaythai.com.au/news/2011/11/07/caverly-wins-world-title-war-against-oishi

Tiana Caver vs Ayano Oishi Tiana Caver vs Ayano Oishi Tiana Caver vs Ayano Oishi Tiana Caver vs Ayano Oishi Tiana Caver vs Ayano Oishi Tiana Caver

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Nine WBC championships - one WBC world boxing title defence, three WBC Asian Boxing Council championships and five WBC MUAYTHAI world titles - will be staged on the one event in Bangkok (4 November) to honor Rama 1X His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej seventh cycle reign and 84th birthday celebration on 5 December that is also Thailand's national day.

Jomthong Chuwattana (Thai), one of best Muay Thai fighters in the world, will fight against Japan challenger Hiromasa Masuda for the WBC MUAYTHAI Lightweight World Title, and top ranked Bantamweight Kaimookdam Chuwattana will face Kunitaka.

Fight #1
WBC Muaythai World Light Weight Championship
Jomthong Chuwattana
(Thai /WBCMueythai S.Feather weight Champion)
vs Hiromasa Masuda
Scramble Shibuya /WBCmMuaythai #13)
×
2R TKO

At the begging, both threw the low kicks to measure the distance, but it did not take much time to Jomthong that he threw the fast jabs and punches to put pressure on to Masuda.. On the 2nd round, fast punches to the kicks to front kicks pushes Masuda to the corner, Masuda caught Jomthong leg and try to grab the neck. At the middle of the round, Jomthong kept kicking the front kick to push Masuda to the corner and then middle kicks to body shot caught Masuda followed by right and left upper cuts made Masuda to fall on the ground, which made referee to call off the fight.

2R 2min Jomthong got his 3rd World Title became the WBC Muaythai Light weight Champion

Jomthong Chuwattana vs Hiromasa Masuda Jomthong Chuwattana vs Hiromasa Masuda Jomthong Chuwattana vs Hiromasa Masuda Jomthong Chuwattana vs Hiromasa Masuda Jomthong Chuwattana vs Hiromasa Masuda Jomthong Chuwattana vs Hiromasa Masuda Jomthong Chuwattana vs Hiromasa Masuda

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Jomthong Chuwattana

Photo:早田寛(シンラパムエタイ)
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Fight #2
WBC Muaythai World Super Bantam Weight Championship
Kaimookdam Chuwattana
(Thai /WBC Muaythai S.Bantam weight #4 )
vs KUNITAKA
(Kobushinokai /WBCuaythai S.Bantam weight #10, WBC Muaythai S.Bantam weight International Champion)
×
3-0 (50-45,50-46,50-47)

1R, Both kept the distance, Kunitaka’s body blow landed on Kaimookdam, then Kaimookdam started to keep the distance by throwing various kicks. On the 2nd and 3rd round., Kunitaka tried to land his punches, but Kaimookdam kept grabbing Kunitaka’s neck to knee strikes. 4R, Kunitaka started by putting pressure on Kaimookdam, then as moving back, Kaimookdam’s kick land on Kinitaka. 5th round. Low lock to punches by Kunitaka then front kick to push Kunitaka back to the corner to grab Kunitaka’s neck by Kaimookdam. Kaimookdam became the new Champion of WBC Muaythai Super Bantam Weight World Champion.

Kaimookdam Chuwattana vs KUNITAKA Kaimookdam Chuwattana vs KUNITAKA Kaimookdam Chuwattana vs KUNITAKA Kaimookdam Chuwattana vs KUNITAKA Kaimookdam Chuwattana vs KUNITAKA Kaimookdam Chuwattana vs KUNITAKA Kaimookdam Chuwattana vs KUNITAKA Kaimookdam Chuwattana vs KUNITAKA Kaimookdam Chuwattana vs KUNITAKA Kaimookdam Chuwattana vs KUNITAKA Kaimookdam Chuwattana vs KUNITAKA Kaimookdam Chuwattana vs KUNITAKA Kaimookdam Chuwattana vs KUNITAKA

Photo:SUNOHARA TOSHIKI


Kaimookdam Chuwattana vs KUNITAKA Kaimookdam Chuwattana

Photo:早田寛(シンラパムエタイ)
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「The Path to the World Champion」
Date : 10/02/2011
Place: Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan

Main Event #1
Fight #8 WBC Muaythai Super Fight (Super Light Weight)
Jomthong Chuwattana
(Thai / WBC Mauythai Super Feather Weight Champion, Rajadamnum Stadium Super Feather Weight Champion)
vs Tetsuya Yamato
(Yamato Gym / K-1 World Max 63Kg Japan Tournament Champion, Former WBC Muaythai Japan Light Weight Champion)
×
Decision 3-0 (50-47,50-47,50-47)
Jomthong Chuwattana vs Tetsuya Yamato Jomthong Chuwattana vs Tetsuya Yamato Jomthong Chuwattana vs Tetsuya Yamato Jomthong Chuwattana vs Tetsuya Yamato Jomthong Chuwattana Jomthong Chuwattana

Photo:Yuichirou suzuki


Main Event #2
Fight #7 WBC Muaythai International Female Championship Fight (Light Fly Weight)
※Erika Kamimura became the first ever Japanese female WBC Muaythai International Champion in Light Fly Weight
Erika Kamimura
(TARGET GYM / WPMF & WMC World Mini fly weight Campion)
vs Dennis Mellor
(England / WBC Mauythai Female International Mini Fly Champion)
×
Won by KO 1R 1’49” Left Hook
Erika Kamimura vs Dennis Mellor Erika Kamimura vs Dennis Mellor Erika Kamimura vs Dennis Mellor Erika Kamimura vs Dennis Mellor Erika Kamimura vs Dennis Mellor Erika Kamimura Erika Kamimura Erika Kamimura

Photo:Yuichirou suzuki


Semi- Final
Fight #6 WBC Muaythai Japan Light Weight Title Match
※Rashata succeeded in first defending match
Rashata
(KING GYM / WBC Muaythai Japan Light Weight Champion)
vs Hiromasa Masuda
(Scrumble Shibuya Gym, Former All Japan Light Weight Champion)
×
Decision 3-0 ※48-47,49-48,49-46
Rashata vs Hiromasa Masuda Rashata vs Hiromasa Masuda Rashata vs Hiromasa Masuda Rashata vs Hiromasa Masuda Rashata vs Hiromasa Masuda Rashata vs Hiromasa Masuda Rashata Rashata

Photo:Yuichirou suzuki


Fight #5
WBC Muaythai Japan Fly Weight Title Match
※Ryuji Kato Became New Champion in Fly Weight!!!
Ryuji Kato
(Hashimoto Dojo.MA Japan & WPMF Japan Fly Weight Champion)
vs Naoki Otsuki
(OGUNI GYM. WBC Mauythai Japan Fly Weight Champion)
×
Decision 3-0 ※49-46,50-47,50-47
Ryuji Kato vs Naoki Otsuki Ryuji Kato vs Naoki Otsuki Ryuji Kato vs Naoki Otsuki Ryuji Kato vs Naoki Otsuki Ryuji Kato vs Naoki Otsuki Ryuji Kato Ryuji Kato Ryuji Kato

Photo:Yuichirou suzuki


Fight #4
WBC Muaythai Japan Super Light Weight Title Match
※Seiji Takahashi succeeded in first defending match
Seiji Takahashi
(Kaneko Machida Gym, WBC Mauythai Japan Super Light Weight Champion)
vs Yusuke Sugawara
(TARGET GYM, J-NETWORK Super Light Weight Champion)
×
Decision 2-0 ※50-47,48-48,50-47
Seiji Takahashi vs Yusuke Sugawara Seiji Takahashi vs Yusuke Sugawara Seiji Takahashi vs Yusuke Sugawara Seiji Takahashi vs Yusuke Sugawara Seiji Takahashi vs Yusuke Sugawara Seiji Takahashi vs Yusuke Sugawara Seiji Takahashi Seiji Takahashi

Photo:Yuichirou suzuki


Fight #3
WBC Muaythai Japan Fly Weight Championship
※TOMA Became New Champion in Bantam Weight!!!
TOMA
(Shinjyuku Lefty Gym, M1 Japan & WPMF Japan Super Fly Weight Champion)
vs Koujiro
(OGUNI GYM, NJKF #2)
×
Decision 3-0 ※50-46,50-46,50-47
TOMA vs Koujiro TOMA vs Koujiro TOMA vs Koujiro TOMA vs Koujiro TOMA vs Koujiro TOMA TOMA TOMA

Photo:Yuichirou suzuki


Fight #2
WBC Muaythai Japan Super Bantam Weight Championship
※Ryuya Kusakabe Became New Champion in Super Bantam Weight!!!
Ryuya Kusakabe
(OISHI GYM / Former Shootboxing Super bantam Weight Champion)
vs Arato
(E.S.G GYM, NJKF #1)
×
Won by KO 5R 2’ 30” by Left Hook
Ryuya Kusakabe vs Arato Ryuya Kusakabe vs Arato Ryuya Kusakabe vs Arato Ryuya Kusakabe vs Arato Ryuya Kusakabe vs Arato Ryuya Kusakabe Ryuya Kusakabe

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Stand Up Promotions presents 「M1 Muaythai Grand Championship」was held on August 14th, 2011 at Commerce Casino in Los Angeles, California.

Last year’s K1 MAX 63Kg Japanese Champion, Tetsuya Yamato and WBC Mauythai S.Bantam weight International Champion, KUNITAKA had fought from Japan. The king of Muaythai, Saenchai Sinibi from Thailand has fought as well.


The fight results are as follows:

Fight #6
MATT World Title Match 125lb.
× KUNITAKA
(Kobushi no Kai / WBC Muaythai S.Bantam International Champion)
vs RUNGRAVEE SASIPRAPA
(Thai / Former Lumpini Bantam weight Champion)
2R 2'06'' TKO

1R
Kunitaka started off strongly by punches, then Rungravee comes forward by low kick and put a lot of pressure on Kunitaka. Kunitaka throws jabs and front kicks to push Rungrevee but Rungravee does not step back and keep moving forward by throwing heavy low kicks. He catches Kunitak’s kick and it was right after Kinitaka had stood up. Rungrevee’s elbow caught Kunitaka and made first knock down. Rungrevee still, throws heavy low kicks then Kunitaka fought back with punches, but he was pushed to the corner then Kunitaka fell for the 2nd knock down. 1R ended as Kunitaka stood up.


2R
Rungravee started off with low kick and front kicks, then Kunitaka tried to throw elbows, but he was caught and got knee kicks which made Kunitaka to go down for the 3rd time. Kunitaka, again tried to have Runrevee to move back by front kick but did not seem to work. Kunitaka was cut by elbow. He was also pushed to the corner by Rungrevee’s front kick then Kunitaka was down again by left hook which made referee to stop the
fight at 2’06”.

KUNITAKA KUNITAKA vs RUNGRAVEE SASIPRAPA KUNITAKA vs RUNGRAVEE SASIPRAPA KUNITAKA vs RUNGRAVEE SASIPRAPA KUNITAKA vs RUNGRAVEE SASIPRAPA KUNITAKA vs RUNGRAVEE SASIPRAPA

Photo/ Scott Hirano/Muay Thai Authority


Fight #7
WBC Super fight @ 140lb.
Tetsuya Yamato
(Yamato Gym / 2010 K1-MAX 63kg Japanese Champion)
vs “Sugarcane”
Coke Chunhawat
(Thai)
×
3R 2'24'' by CUT from Elbow TKO

1R
Jabs to low kick, Yamato started off fast then Coke seemed to watch is timing. Combination punches to upper but caught Coke. Then to elbow attacks. Coke caught Yamato’s leg and take him down then Coke kicks Yamato when Yamato was on the floor which Cake got warnings from referee. Right before the gong, Yamato’s body blow caught Coke.


2R
Jab, straight punches to the faint, Yamato fights with punches and low kicks. Coke tries to put pressure onto Yamato. Both throws punches to the kicks.


3R
Both of them kicking low kicks then Yamato throws punches, Coke grabs Yamato’s neck. Both throws elbow aggressively. Yamato cut Coke’s eyebrow then fight was called off after the doctor’s check at 2’24”.

Tetsuya Yamato Tetsuya Yamato Tetsuya Yamato vs “Sugarcane” Coke Chunhawat Tetsuya Yamato vs “Sugarcane” Coke Chunhawat Tetsuya Yamato vs “Sugarcane” Coke Chunhawat Tetsuya Yamato vs “Sugarcane” Coke Chunhawat Tetsuya Yamato Tetsuya Yamato

Photo/ Scott Hirano/Muay Thai Authority


Fight #8
MTAA World Super Light Title match /
WBC Muaythai Diamond Belt Title Match @ 140lb.
Saenchai SINIBI
(Thai)
vs Kevin Ross
(USA)
×
Judge 2-0 (48-46, 47-47, 48-46)
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Nakasuka still the Champion!

WBC Muaythai Japan Super Feather Weight Title Match
Yoshinori Nakasuka
(OGUNI)
vs Naoki Ishikawa
(Seisyunjyuku)
×
Judge:3-0(All 3 judges 50-46)

1R
Both tall and with long reach fighters. They stated out seeking for the proper distance for each other. Ishikawa kicks some low kick to measure as Nakasuka stepped forward then grabbed Ishikawa to the knee strikes.

2R
Nakasuka started to put pressure on Ishikawa. Ishikwa then uses his steps then to low kick and to middle kicks. Both threw low kicks then to punches. Nakasuka’s cross punch hit Isikawa. Both threw punches then Ishikawa got cut on eyebrow. Towards to the end of round, Ishikawa’s punch started to get Nakasuka.

3R
Pressure remains on Ishikwa which pushed him by the rope then to the knee. Ishikawa threw punches and fought back with the knee strikes.

4R
Ishikawa kicks middle to low kicks, when Nakasuka kicks low followed by punches. They grabbed each other to knee strikes when the distance gets closer.

5R
Middle kick to punches to push Ishikawa back to the corner by Nakasuka. Ishikawa fights back with punches and elbow strikes. 1 minute to go, Ishikawa cuts Nakasuka’s forehead by elbow. When ishikawa was making appearance of the cut he made, Nakasuka’s left hook captured him and got him on the ground. 16 seconds to go, Ishikawa’s elbow made another cut on Nakasuka then there was a doctor check. The fight continued and until the bell, they both fought with what they had left.

All 3 judges scored in favor of Nakasuka by 3-0 (50-46)

Yoshinori Nakasuka vs Naoki Ishikawa Yoshinori Nakasuka vs Naoki Ishikawa Yoshinori Nakasuka vs Naoki Ishikawa Yoshinori Nakasuka vs Naoki Ishikawa Yoshinori Nakasuka vs Naoki Ishikawa Yoshinori Nakasuka vs Naoki Ishikawa Yoshinori Nakasuka Yoshinori Nakasuka
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Yuya Yamato Became the New Champion of WBC Muaythai Japan Welter Weight Champion!

WBC Muaythai Japan Welter Weight Title Match
Yuya Yamatot
(Yamato)
vs Soichiro Miyakoshi
(Kensuikai)
×
Judge:3-0(50-48、49-48、50-48)

1R
The fight started out slow by watching each other’s move. It was Yuya who stared to kick low kick and middle kick. Soichiro threw left hook and high kick to fight back.

2R
Each and every strike was heavy from both fighters which made the atmosphere to be very tense.

3R
Both, like the Muaythai text book, used kicks and punches that they have been practicing very hard. Yuya stared to maintain with low kicks which he probably thought it was making some damage to Soichiro.

4R
Yuya’s body cross landed on Soichiro, Soichiro fought back by left and right hooks then to low kicks. Yuya’s elbow made cut on Soichiro’s lower lip. After the doctor’s check, both kept throwing punches to each other.

5R
To show what they have got, they both used every weapon there was. 1 minute to go, they both threw punches non stop until the bell set them apart.

Yuya became the new Champion after 15 minutes of hard work.

Yuya Yamatot vs Soichiro Miyakoshi Yuya Yamatot vs Soichiro Miyakoshi Yuya Yamatot vs Soichiro Miyakoshi Yuya Yamatot vs Soichiro Miyakoshi Yuya Yamatot vs Soichiro Miyakoshi Yuya Yamatot Yuya Yamatot
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Issei Shima(Target Gym) won by TKO at first ever Muaythai event in Manila!!!

WBC mauythai Welter weight super fight
Issei Shima
(Target Gym)
vs Joey Taboo
(Philippine)
×
3R TKO

On June 26th ,2011, first Muaythai event in Manila was held at “Resort World Casino”. Issei Shima(Target Gym) fought with Joey Taboo (Record of 16win 1 loss) for WBC mauythai Welter weight super fight.

They both passed the weight-in a day before the fight at 147lb. Exact.
This event “matter of pride” had 9 fights of which Filippino fighters to compete with fighters from various countries. 5 fights were Muaythai rules and 4 fights were mixed rule fights with Chinese against Philippine fighters.


Shima fought for first fight. On 1st round, Shima took it carefully by watching the opponent moves, then Taboo comes strongly with punches. Taboo makes switches from regular to southpaw and come forward with punches when Shima fight back with low and middle kicks. Shima then took Taboo’s neck, followed by knee strikes.

Shima fought for first fight. On 1st round, Shima took it carefully by watching the opponent moves, then Taboo comes strongly with punches. Taboo makes switches from regular to southpaw and come forward with punches when Shima fight back with low and middle kicks. Shima then took Taboo’s neck, followed by knee strikes.

Towards to the end of 3rd round, Shima fought back with his knee kicks to Taboo who came forward with punches again. Shima’s knee hit Taboo many times.

After the 3rd round, referee called the fight off because Taboo was too damaged to maintain the fight. The result was won by Shima at 3rd round by TKO.

Issei Shima vs 米Joey Taboo Issei Shima vs 米Joey Taboo Issei Shima vs 米Joey Taboo Issei Shima vs 米Joey Taboo
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Takashi Yoneda(OGUNI Gym) did not become the new Champion!

WBC Muaythai Japan Feather Weight Championship
Konpayak Weerasakrec
(Thailand / Weerasakrec Gym)
vs Takashi Yoneda
(OGUNI Gym)
×
TKO 2R 2’5” ※3Knock down

It was schedules to be Yoneda vs. Genji Umeno. But, due to the injury of Umeno, Yoneda fought with the former M1 Champion, Konpayak for the WBC Muaythai Japan Feather Weight (57.15Kg) Championship. Since Konpayak is non Japanese, it was certified fight that only in case Yoneda wins get to be the Champion.

1R, Yoneda stared off by fast jabs using his long distance then to right low kicks. Konpayak was watching carefully and threw strong right middle kicks.


 2R, First Knock down was by high kick of Konpayak. After Yoneda stood up, Yoneda fought back with body punch to upper cut while Konpayak kept working on his right low kicks. Yoneda then wend down for t he second time by left hook. Again, Yoneda stood up then Konpayak kept on working on his right low which made Yoneda to go down for the 3rd time which made the end to the fight.

Konpayak Weerasakrec vs Takashi Yoneda Konpayak Weerasakrec vs Takashi Yoneda Konpayak Weerasakrec vs Takashi Yoneda Konpayak Weerasakrec vs Takashi Yoneda

Keijiro lost by TKO in the 3rd round.

WBC Muaythai’s super fight
× Keijiro Miyakoshi vs Khayal Dzhaniev
3R TKO

On the WBC Muaythai’s super fight in Chelyabinsk, Russia on the February 23rd, Keijiro Miyakoshi (Kensui-kai) lost by TKO on the 3rd round after getting KO by elbow against Khayal Dzhaniev who is only 17, but was the World Champion of armature Muaythai in year 2010.

Keijiro Miyakoshi vs Khayal Dzhaniev Keijiro Miyakoshi vs Khayal Dzhaniev Keijiro Miyakoshi vs Khayal Dzhaniev Keijiro Miyakoshi vs Khayal Dzhaniev

The first female title match in Japan under WBC Muaythai rules and regulations was held on January 23rd

Japanese Feather weight Champion under
WBC Muaythai Rules
Ayano Ohishi
(Ohishi Dojo)
vs AZUMA
(y-park)
×
Judge 2-1 (47-48, 48-47, 49-47)

AYANO OHISHI became the first Japanese Feather weight Champion under WBC Muaythai Rules and Regulations by sprit decision of 2-1 (47-48,48-47,49-47)

The first female title match in Japan under WBC Muaythai rules and regulations was held on January 23rd, at Korakuen Hall. Feather weight Japan Female Title under WBC Muaythai Rules and regulations was fought between Ayano Ohishi of Ohishi Dojo, J-Girls Feather weight Champion and AZUMA of y-park, BONITA BOXEO Feather weight Champion.

1R, Ohishi started with front kick and left and right low kicks when AZUMA was using back spin kicks and fast punches. They both threw elbows as they got close to each other.

2R, AZUMA kept kicking back spin kicks and low kicks then she used all weapons of Muaythai from punches, knee kicks, elbow and kicks. Ohishi then kept using strong knee kicks to AZUMA.

3R, AZUMA landed hard middle kick on Ohishi which stopped Ohishi’s move. Then AZUMA continued with knee kicks.

4R, AZUMA kept on kicking left middle kicks then Ohishi fought back with left knees to cross punches.

5R, Ohishi kept on kicking knee and to cross punches. AZUMA tried to fight back with elbow.

Ayano Ohishi vs AZUMA Ayano Ohishi vs AZUMA Ayano Ohishi

Very exciting fight with both fighters using all of the weapons there is for Muaythai. Both of them made clear appearance that Japanese female fighters are capable with fighting full rule Muaythai.


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