THE AMAZONS OF MUAY THAI

BY SERGE TREFEU (2017)



 

 

The fighter's girl of Muay Thai are more and more numerous to represent Muay Thai in the world. These women's champion participated in the development of world Muay Thaï as well as the fighters of the male sex. Because today, the girls are also numerous as the boys to practice the Thai boxing. What was not at all the case in the 80s and 90...

Boxer's girl amateurs or professionals, they became very technical and always so determined in their fight. These amazons of boxing rings often have a mental and a determination to win which has nothing to envy to the male champions.

In Thailand, world championships feminine exist since the 90s, of numerous federations such as the WMTC, the WMF, the WMC, the WBC, the WPMF or the IMC awarded titles to female combatants. But the Thailand goes even farther by organizing from now on every year a special world championship to promote feminine Muay Thai worldwide. On January 28th, 2017, to Huan Hin, the WMC organization gathered about fifteen champions among the best fighters of the planet for an entitled tournament "Women's Fight Muay Thai World". It's the proof that feminine Muay Thai has definitively her place in the kingdom of the Siam!

 

CHAMPIONS OF THE WOMEN'S FIGHT MUAY THAI 2017

 

Contrary to their male counterpart, the Thai women champions do not dominate the world. Generally, the foreign women fighters are stronger than Thai women. But there are all the same several big women fighters in Thailand who are known as well as the stars of the Lumpinee stadium or of the Radjadamoen stadium.

In Europe, the best women fighters are in Holland, in England and in France. It's these three nations which produce for several years most girls world champions in professional.

Russia, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Italy, Luxembourg, Greece, Germany and Sweden also have several big women fighters among whom some world champions.

The American continent is well off with great women champions in Canada and in the United States. Brazil, fighter's earth of MMA and Ju-Jitsu now has women champions of Muay Thai.

Japan always produced magnificent women champions but rather in the disciplines of the Kickboxing and the K1. In Muay Thai, Japan had all the same several formidable women world champions.

Australia is also a great land of women champions, the female Muay Thai is developed well there for several years.

Here are some Amazons of Muay Thai among the women world champions the most known of the planet...

 

Thailand

 

Loma Lookboonmee (S1 world champion - 50 Kg, IFMA world champion - 45 Kg) formed to the famous camp Lookboonmee situated in the city of Lam Plai Mat near Buriram in the Northeast.

She trains now for the camp Dejrat Muay Thai Academy, Loma is a member of the best women world in - 50 kg and add up more than 200 fights to her credit.

 

LOMA LOOKBOONMEE

LOMA S1 WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION

 

 

Chommanee Taehiran (WMC World Champion - 57 Kg) was also formed in the Lookboonmee camp in the town of Lam Plaï Mat near Buriram in the Northeast. Chommanee was the fiancée of champion Loma Lookboonmee. For many years, they formed the most famous Thai women's champion couple of Muay Thai.

Chommanee is certainly the best Thai girl fighter in his category. She won the WMC World Championship belt in - 57 Kg against Brazilian Taina Duarte at the show Fight Night in city of Saint-Topez in August 2016 in France. Chommanee had already tried to conquer the WMC title in 2014 against the great Australian woman champion Caley Reece but she had lost to points.

Chommanee was big conqueror of the first feminine tournament WMA (World Muay Thai Angel Tournament) who was organized on April 13th, 2014. This competition had combined 16 champions of whole world, in the final square there were no more than four fighters, Duennapa (Thailand), Sindy Huyer (Italy), Teresa Wintermyr (Sweden) and Chommanee (Thailand).

Chommanee beat Teresa Wintermyr in the semi-finals and Sindy Huyer in the final.

Chommanee also won the King's Cup tournament in 2014 by beating the Italian Miriam Sabot.

The Thai champion is now training at the Banchamek Gym camp in Bangkok, the Bukaw star camp.

 

CHOMMANEE TAEHIRAN

CHOMMANEE TAEHIRAN WMC WORLD CHAMPION IN SAINT-TROPEZ

MAGNIFICENT HIGH KICK OF CHOMMANEE ON TAINA DUARTE

CHOMMANEE TAEHIRAN CHAMPION OF WORLD MUAY TOURNAMENT THAI ANGEL 2014

CHOMMANEE TAEHIRAN IN LOOKBOONMEE GYM

CHOMMANEE TAEHIRAN WITH THE STAR BUAKAW

THE COUPLE OF WOMAN CHAMPIONS LOMA AND CHOMMANEE HAS BEEN VERY MEDIATIZED IN THAILAND

 

Phetjee Jaa Or Meekhun (WMC World Champion in - 45 Kg, WPMF World Champion in - 48 Kg) of the camp Or Meekhun (Camp of the father of Phetjee Jaa) in Chonburi is a formidable woman fighter in the category - 48 Kg, this girl boxer of 15 years is a real phenomenon because she has faced male fighters in terrible fighting in the province and to stadium Asawindam of Bangkok.

She has already done more than 100 fights and she's training today in the camp of star Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee (Venum Gym) in Pattaya.

 

PHETJEE JAA OR MEEKHUN WITH WMC WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION BELT

PHETJEE FIGHT AGAINST A MALE BOXER

 

Thanonchanok Kaewsamrit (WPMF World Champion in - 50 Kg) from Rong Rin Kilalampang camp located in Lampang in the northern region near the city of Chiangmai.

She now trains at the famous Bangkok camp Kaewsamrit Gym. Thanonchanok won the WPMF world championship belt in 108 lbs in 2012 and kept it for several years.

Today, she's WPMF world champion in 112 lbs, a belt she won in March 2017 against the Greek woman champion Fami Peloumpi.

 

THANONCHANOK WPMF WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION

 

THANONCHANOK IN THE MAGAZINE MUAYSIAM

 

Zaza Sor Aree (WPMF World Champion in - 50 Kg) won the WPMF belt in 2008 by defeating Greek champion Farni Kiatchionson, a belt she defended victoriously several times. Zaza Sor Aree trains in the Pinto Fight Studio High Tech camp in Bangkok, her fiancé is none other than the French champion Victor Pinto who has lived since his childhood in Thailand.

 

ZAZA WPMF WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION

ZAZA WITH HER FIANCÉ THE CHAMPION VICTOR PINTO

ZAZA TRAINING AT CAMP PINTO FIGHT STUDIO OF BANGKOK

ZAZA IN THE MAGAZINE MUAYSIAM

 

Kwankhao Lukklongtan is the current WPMF World Champion in 108 lbs (- 49 Kg), a belt she won in 2015 against thai woman champion Thanonchanok Kaewsamrit.

Kwankhao trains in camp Lukklongtan, a boxing camp opened for more than 50 years in the district of Ramkhamhaeng Soi 3. Another Lukklongtan camp just opened, the LKT Muay Thai Gym (Luk Klong Tan) located in the district of Suan Luang of Bangkok, it's a superb camp which cost the trifle of 2 million baht.

 

KWANKHAO WPMF WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION



KWANKHAO WITH THE LEGENDARY DIESELNOI AFTER HER FIGHT VICTORIOUS TO NONTABURI, A COMBAT WITH A DUMPAN OF 100 000 BAHT IN GAME



Phetseenil Sit Japone is the current WPMF champion in 135 lbs (- 61 Kg). Phetseenil has made more than 100 fights for about 70 wins, she won her WPMF belt four years ago by beating the Japanese Yui Takada in Japan. She trains at Camp Sit Japone in the town of Buriram in the Northeast region.

 

PHETSEENIL WPMF WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION

 

Namtan Sor Kor Kamronbamrungrak (WMC World Champion in - 50 Kg, WPMF World Champion in - 53 Kg).

Namtan is a great fighter who won in 2013 the WMC belt in 112 lbs against Kenglekkwanjai Pabaijatourat and in 2015 the WPMF belt in 118 lbs against Saifar Sor Suparat.

Namtan now fights in 126 lbs and trains at the Por Muang Petch camp in Samut Prakarn. Namtan has made more than 100 fights, this charming girl boxer, aged 22, is currently a student at the Faculty of Political Science at Ramkhamhaeng University in Bangkok.

 

NAMTAN WPMF WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION

NAMTAN WITH WMC WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION BELT

 

Duanapa Kiatkriangsak was WPMF World Champion in 130 lbs in 2014, WMC World Champion in 120 lbs in 2011, WPMF World Champion in 115 lbs in 2009, S1 World Champion in 108 lbs in 2008. Duanapa is one of the best women fighters of Thailand, at only 15 years she had already won two world belts.

 

DUANAPA WMC WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION



DUANAPA WPMF WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION



DUANAPA IN THE MAGAZINE MUAYSIAM



Sawsing Sor Sopit is a lovely and terrific woman fighter who won her first World Champion's Belt in 2010, the WMC Belt in 115 lbs.

In 2012, in Japan, the Thai woman won the WPMF world championship belt in 126 lbs by beating by KO the Japanese Azuma, the same year she also won the S1 belt in 126 lbs. On January 28, 2017, in Hua Hin, Sawsing defeated Canadian Candice Mitchell and won the WMC Belt in 130 lbs.

Formed at the camp Sor Sopit of Singburi, Sawsing trained then in a small camp near Chiangmai in the north, the Baan Nak Muay Gym.

 

SAWSING SOR SOPIT

SAWSING WPMF WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION

SAWSING IN THE MAGAZINE MUAYSIAM

 

Holland



Lucia Rijker is a living legend of the rings, she's the greatest women fighter in the history of the feet and fists. She also made her mark in the noble Women's Art by winning against the best women champions of the time.

Her ferocity, determination and punch made her a dreaded girl boxer on all the rings on the planet. She is nevertheless a charming and generous woman outside the rings. But until today, no girl combatant has managed to defeat « The Dutch destroyer ». Lucia Rijker was a girl fighter equally at ease in Muay Thai as Kick Boxing and Full Contact. Then she made a superb career in Boxing.

With 54 fights, 37 in feet and fists (36 wins, 1 draw) and 17 in Boxing (14 KO), she has never known defeat and won 39 of her bouts by knockout. Her only defeat in her career was conceded in a special match where she faced a man, a Thai boxer Somchai Jadee who beat by KO. It was the first boxing match between a man and a woman that took place on 24 October 1993 in Holland.

The Dutch woman won in Kick Boxing and Muay Thai the supreme title in the federations ISKA, WKA and IWBA. In Boxing, she was world champion WIBF and WIBO as well as European champion WIBF.

She beat all the champions of her time such as Linda Lladossa, Nancy Joseph (Injury Stop), Lilly Rodriguez (KO), Ann Holmes (KO), Cheryl Wheeler, Bonnie Canino, Valerie Henin (KO), Danielle Roccard (KO) ), Michele Aboro (KO), Maxine Adams (KO), Sandra Moore, Yuriko Okamoto (Referee Stop).

Lucia Rijker converted to cinema who has played in films such as Shadow Boxers (1999), Rollerball (2002), Million Dollar Baby (2004) and Star Trek (2009).

 

LUCIA RIJKER

 

LUCIA RIJKER IN SPECIALIZED MAGAZINES

THE DUTCH DESTROYER

 

Germaine de Randamie is the worthy successor of the Star Lucia Rijker, the Dutch women, nicknamed « Iron Lady », is a terror of boxing rings in the same way as Rijker. Her determination and her power allowed him to bring down all her opponents, Germaine de Randamie remains unconquered in feet and fists with 37 fights for 37 victories among which 14 by KO.

Formed by the legendary Fred Royers, she gained her first professional title important in 2003 in Amsterdam, champion's title of Europe WPKL in - 61 Kg. On September 4th, 2005, in Amsterdam, she took away her world champion WPKL's first title in - 61 Kg by beating in points Japanese Asako Saioka who was a little lighter than her.

On November 19th, 2005, to Victorville, in California, she met the American Angela Parr for the titles IKKC/WIKBA in 130 lbs (- 59 Kg), she beat Angela Parr by KO in the first round thanks to a lightning high kick.

On 6 March 2006, in Holland, she beat by KO Italian Sonia Mirabelli and seized the title WIKBA in - 61 Kg.

On June 20th, 2008, in Jamaica, she beat the English woman champion Julie Kitchen in points and won the titles IKKC/WIKBA in 140 lbs (- 63 Kg 500). After this fight, the woman Dutch stopped her career in Muay Thai to fight only in rule MMA. In this discipline, Germaine de Randamie also became a terror by destroying practically all her opponents. On her 10 fights in MMA she won 7 among which 4 by KO and granted 3 defeats.

On Feb. 11, 2017, The Iron Lady became the UFC champion of featherweights by defeating the great American woman champion Holly Holm (UFC Bantamweight Champion in 2015), who beat by KO in 2015 the formidable champion Ronda Rousey.

 

GERMAINE DE RANDAMIE



GERMAINE DE RANDAMIE CHAMPION OF THE WORLD OF MUAY THAI IKCC AND WIKBA



GERMAINE DE RANDAMIE UFC CHAMPION IN NEW YORK



GERMAN OF RANDAMIE IS ONE OF THE RARE EUROPEAN FIGHTERS TO HAVE TAKEN AWAY THE FAMOUS BELT UFC



THE IRON LADY


 

Ilonka Elmont is a great Dutch woman champion is who stood out his time, nicknamed "Killer Queen" this charming champion took away seven world champions' titles of Muay Thai as well as champion's belt of Europe EPMTF and took away 39 (16 KO) of her 43 professional fights.

Ilonka Elmont won her world champion WMTC's first title in - 52 kg, on October 1st, 2000 against the Thai Sordao Sor Jamsai. Then, she won the titles WPKL, IMKO and although WMTC in the face of great women champions what are Mary Hart, Michelle Sutcliffe, Lisa Houghton-Smith (Twice), Luibove Jakimova and Lisa Howard.

His techniques of blow of knees were of a formidable efficiency, techniques which she learnt with Master's Lucien Carbin and perfected then in the famous camp Sityodtong.

After her career of boxer, Ilonka Elmont played in TV movies, commented on boxing matches and put a lot into many associations to help the people in difficulties (Ambassadress of sports for the Ministry of Health and the UNICEF, construction of a sports complex in Suriname).

 

ILONKA ELMONT

 

ILONKA ELMONT WITH HIS COACH LUCIEN CARBIN

 

ILONKA ELMONT IN SPECIALIZED MAGAZINES

 

ILONKA ELMONT A SEXY WOMAN CHAMPION

 

Jorina Baars is a Dutch woman champion is who fights in several disciplines, in Muay Thai, in Kickboxing, in K1 and in MMA. She was a ISKA world champion of Muay Thai in - 66 kg in 2009 and beat big women champions such as Chantal Ughi, Cristiane Justino, Helene Garnett, Stephanie Glew, as well as the famous Nakmuay transvestite Nong Toom.

 

JORINA BAARS

JORINA BAARS AND HER NUMEROUS BELTS OF CHAMPIONS OF THE WORLD

 

Jemyma Betrian is a magnificent woman boxer who took away in Muay Thai two world champion's belts, two champion's belts of Europe, she made 39 professional fights for 35 victories. Also formed by the former glory of boxing rings Fred Royers, Jemyma Betrian dominated her category during several years.

Nicknamed « The Golden Girl », she won her world champion's first title in November, 2012, by beating, in Las Vegas, the Australian champion Tiana Caverley. The Dutch seized the WBC belt in - 52 kg, a belt which it defended then successfully against the champion of Costa Rica, Marcela Soto (Victory by KO in the first round) in April, 2013 and the English champion Christi Brereton (Stop of the referee in the second round) in July, 2014.

On February 15th, 2014, to Temacula, Jemyma Betrian took away her second title of professional world champion. She beat the Brazilian Thai Souza by KO in the third round and took the WCK belt in - 52 kg.

In March, 2014, Jemyma Betrian also took away the famous tournament Kunlun Fight (WLF World) by beating by KO in semi-final Portuguese Katia Pedrosa and in points, in final, Chinese Meidie.

The Dutch champion stopped her career in Muay Thai to fight in MMA where she made two fights for two victories in 2014 and 2015.

 

JEMYMA BETRIAN

 

JEMYMA BETRIAN WBC WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION

 

JEMYMA BETRIAN WCK WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION

 

JEMYMA BETRIAN IN KUNLUN FIGHT

 

JEMYMA BETRIAN WITH HER COACH LEGENDARY FRED ROYERS

 

 

England

 

Julie Kitchen is the first woman to take away 14 world champions' titles in four different categories, is a unique record.

The English champion took away all in all 24 belts, world champions' belts in federations ITMF, WIKBA, WPMF, ISKA, WMC, IKF, WBC, as well as champions' belts of Europe, champions Intecontinental and champions of England.

She was for a long time one of the best world in her category. Her fights were always intense and of technical high qualities. Julie Kitchen was a relentless of the training, at the age of 35, she still fought with a physical condition phenomenal as a 20-year-old girl.

His camps preferred in Thailand were Sasiprapa Gym and Fairtex Gym. Julie Kitchen teaches from now on his art in his gym of boxing in England, she also became sports a commentator for the famous emission of Muay Thai "Enfusion promotion".

 

JULIE KITCHEN WITH HER 14 BELTS OF CHAMPIONS OF THE WORLD



JULIE KITCHEN IN THE CAMP SASIPRAPA GYM



JULIE KITCHEN IN SPECIALIZED MAGAZINES



JULIE KITCHEN IN THE TV SHOW ON THE MUAY THAI ENFUSION PROMOTION

 

English Alexis Rufus has an eloquent fight's record with 36 fights for 27 victories, she gained five world champions' titles, the ISKA belt - 55 Kg (2010), the WKA belt - 55 Kg (2011), the IKF belt - 55 Kg (2011), the WPMF belt - 53 Kg (2012) and the WMC belt - 53 Kg (2012), as well as champion's belt of ISKA Europe - 55 Kg and WMC - 55 kg.

Alexis Rufus beat champions such as Lucy Payne, Lorena Klijn, Joanne Calderwood and Mellony Geugjes in her career. When she was fighting in Thailand, Alexis Rufus was preparing for camp Kiatphonthip, the famous camp of journalist Rob Cox.

Alexis Rufus has become a Cross Fit coach at London's Cross Fit Perpetua Gym, a sport in which she now plays herself.

 

ALEXIS RUFUS

 

ALEXIS RUFUS WPMF WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION

 

English champion Melissa Ray has fought many times under the name of Melissa Eminentair, as she has been training at the Eminentair camp since 2007.

Melissa Eminentair has won three World Championship belts, the WPMF belt in 126 lbs (2 times), the S-1 belt in 126 lbs and the WMA belt in - 57 Kg.

Melissa Ray won her first WPMF belt in 2009 by defeating Thai lady Praewa Sor Penprapa by TKO, a belt she defended victoriously against the Scottish Joanne Calderwood on August 11, 2010, during the Queen's Day in Bangkok.

In 2010, English won the WMA belt in China against Italian Sindy Huyer. Melissa Ray also won a S1 belt in 2009.

She was also a silver medalist at the WMF Amateur World Championships in 2004 and 2005.

Melissa Ray is a brilliant world champion who possesses a doctorate in neuroscience. She takes care of a web site today which is called « Muay Thai on the Brain », an excellent site of information on Muay Thaï practised in Thailand.

 

MELISSA RAY

 

MELISSA RAY WPMF WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION WITH SOMBOON NIRUTTIMETEE (OWNER OF THE EMINENT AIR CAMP)

 

MELISSA RAY IN THE FAMOUS THAI MAGAZINE MUAYSIAM

 

Iman Barlow, nicknamed "Pretty Killer", is real one phenomenon of Muay Thai in England. Iman Barlow began Muay Thai in 5 years and fought in Thailand in the age of 8 years. This young girl warrior be immersed in the environment in Muay Thai since her childhood because her two parents were professional boxers. Her parents trained and fought for the famous camp Jitty Gym in Bangkok, Iman Barlow thus began her formation in Muay Thai as Thai children.

Today, she is 24 years old and totals 96 professional fights for 88 wins, 5 defeats and 3 draws. In junior, she made 100 fights and won twice the title of junior world champion, three times the title of European junior champion and 8 times the title of junior champion of England.

The wonder girl rings won her first World Pro champion title at only 14 years old, in Thailand, the S1 belt against Thai Denapar. In 2009, at 17 years old, the English won the WKA world belt in - 53 Kg and the WPMF belt in - 53 Kg. In 2013, she seized the enfusion world belt that she defended 5 times victoriously, she also won the WRSA world titles in 2014 and Lion Fight in 2016.

Iman Barlow beat all the best in her category such as Nathalie Visschers, Meryem Uslu, Teresa Wintermyr, Johanna Rydberg, Lizzie Largilliere, Alexis Rufus, Fani Peloumpi, Linda Mancini, Fatima Pinto, Maria Lobo, Veronika Petrikova, Ashley Nichols. The few fighters who beat her last years are two women champions Eva Narajo (Defeat by points in Spain in 2013) and Anissa Meksen (Defeat by KO for the final of the Enfusion tournament in Thailand in 2014).

In Thailand, Iman Barlow trained at the Watcharachai Gym camp and of course at the Jitty Gym in Bangkok.

 

IMAN BARLOW

 

IMAN BARLOW BEGINS THE MUAY THAI AT THE AGE OF 5 YEARS

 

AT THE AGE OF 8 YEARS IMAN BARLOW FOUGHT IN THAILAND AGAINST A BOY

 

IMAN BARLOW COLLECTS TITLES SINCE THE YOUNGEST AGE

 

IMAN BARLOW AT CAMP JITTY GYM WITH HER FATHER AND MR. JITTY

 

 

In the 2000s, Lisa Houghton-Smith was a dangerous woman boxer who won two world championships and a European championship title.

The English woman won her first WAKO Pro belt in - 50 Kg by defeating French Lolita Candel by KO in the fourth round, a belt that she defended victoriously in points against the great Dutch champion Ilonka Elmont on October 20, 2002 and against the Japanese Asako Kamio that she put KO in the fourth round.

Then, she won the ISKA title in - 50 Kg. Also, an ISKA European title against the French Laurence Woo.

Lisa Houghton-Smith successfully fought several times in Thailand and was preparing for the Jitty Gym camp in Bangkok.

Today, Lisa Houghton-Smith became a coach in the famous Bad Company gym alongside English star Liam Harrison.

 

LISA HOUGHTON-SMITH

 

LISA HOUGHTON-SMITH WAKO PRO WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION

 

WAKO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP BETWEEN LISA HOUGHTON-SMITH AND ILONKA ELMONT

 

France

 

Anissa Meksen is at present N°1 any category confused in boxing feet and fists, this virtuoso of boxing rings made the space in her category, today the fighters do not crowd to face him.

She has a complete style, very technical style, a staunch determination, and fast and powerful sequences of movements which often perturb her opponents. On the boxing ring she's transformed into real destructive machine, we could compare her with the formidable Dutch of the 90s Lucia Rijker « The Dutch Destroyer ». Now it's « The French Destroyer » who is going to make history of feet and fists.

This great champion who still has a good career in front of her, has already won all the titles and beat the best champions in her category such as Funda Diken (TKO), Yolande Alonso, Phet Yodying (KO), Myriem Uslu, Iman Barlow (KO), Ashley Nichols, Evra Naranjo, Donatella Panu, Feride Kirat (KO), Isis Verbeek, Soraya Bucherie, Padua Clarissa (KO), Khampetch Monoprangroj, Maria Lobo and Jady Menezes.

With 105 fights for 102 wins (31 KO), she now counts 13 world championship belts in several disciplines, the Muay Thai, the K1 and French Savate boxing, a true record. The last belt she conquered is a title of ISKA K1 world champion in - 55 Kg facing the Italian Chiara Vincis, April 8, 2017 in Turin in Italy.

In Muay Thai, Anissa Meksen won her first world championship belt in 2013, the S1 belt on the Queen's birthday. In 2014, on 28 July in Bangkok, she defeated Thailand's Hongthong Liangbrasert and won the WPMF belt in - 52 Kg. On 26 March 2016, in Chalon-sur-Saône, she confronted the German champion Meryeme Uslu and won the WBC title in - 52 Kg. She also won two titles of European champion of Muay Thai in 2014 (WBC) and 2015 (WFC).

In 2014, Anissa Meksen won the famous TV show of Muay Thai female in Thailand "Enfusion", on the island of Koh Samui. She beat her four opponents, with one win by points and three victories by knockout. His great performance at this show was to put KO the awesome English woman champion Iman Barlow. When she prepares in Thailand Anissa Meksen goes to Max Sport Gym camps in Bangkok and Petchsaman Gym in Pattaya, the camp of star Youssef Boughanem.

 

ANISSA MEKSEN

 

ANISSA MEKSEN COLLECTS WORLD CHAMPIONS BELTS

 

ANISSA MEKSEN AT THE CAMP PETCHSAMAN GYM WITH THE GREAT CHAMPIONS YASSINE BOUGHANEM AND YOUSSEF BOUGHANEM

 

ANISSA MEKSEN AT THE CAMP MAX SPORT GYM WITH HER COACH BENOIT ZEDE AND ADAM AUSA, THE OWNER OF THE CAMP MAX SPORT GYM

 

 

Sandra Sevilla (WPMF World Muay Thai champion in 2012 and 2013, WBC Europe Muay Thai Champion in 2012, France Muay Thai Champion in 2012, World champion of kickboxing in 2010) was a very strong fighter in clinch who liked hard fights, she beat the best of her category as Ielo Page, Angélique Pitiot, Haifa Faye, Lucy Payne, Rossela Setti and Sayfa Sor Suparat.

Sandra Sevilla left for Thailand to conquer his world champion WPMF's belt - 59 kg in 2012, she beat a Thai at her home, in front of his public, to Patani in the South of the Thailand. On August 11th, 2013, in the Queen's birthday, she gained the WPMF belt in - 61 kg against the Thai Sanukkoe So Ko Ngai Yim.

She also won a WBC European Championship belt in 2012 against Italian Rossela Setti. In Thailand, the French trained and fought for the Singpatong camp in Phuket. Sandra Sevilla now teaches Muay Thai in her gym at the Suaymuaythai Gym in Lacanau near Bordeaux.

 

SANDRA SEVILLA

SANDRA SEVILLA WPMF WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION

SANDRA SEVILLA IS WELL ENTITLED WITH CHAMPIONS AZIZ HLALI, WILLY BOREL, MOHAMED SOUANE AND COACH RODRIGO ALAMOS

 

SANDRA SEVILLA AT SINGPATONG CAMP WITH LUMPINEE CHAMPION DAMIEN ALAMOS

 

LESSON OF MUAY THAI WITH THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF BORDEAUX ALAIN JUPPÉ

 

 

Ielo Page is a solid combatant who has a great experience in Muay Thai Amateur with two WMF gold medals in 2008 and 2009 in - 60 Kg. And a gold medal in - 65 Kg at the WAKO amateur world championships in style K1 in 2011.

On March 21, 2014, in Pattaya, she won the professional WMF World Championship belt in - 60 Kg, in a special tournament where she beat the Dutch Marloes Elizabeth and the Israeli Nili Block.

In September 2017, Ielo Page won a K1 Pro world title in - 63 Kg, beating the Dutchman Marianka Bestebreur, a fight she made on such short notice. The French had already won a world title in K1 (WTKA) in 2013 against Italian Luisella Maccione.

In 2011, in Bangkok, she had gained world champion's belt WMF semi-pro on the famous boxing ring of the MBK Center where takes place many female fights. In 2010, the French had already seized the WMF world belt semi-pro in - 60 Kg in Bangkok. Ielo Page also failed three times for the WMA (2010), WPMF (2010) and WMC (2012) world titles against Italy's Chantal Ughi, Luxembourg's Claire Haigh and Russia's Valentina Shevchenko.

In Thailand, Ielo Page trained for the camp Kaewsamrit in Bangkok and in the camp Emerald Gym to Krabi.

 

IELO PAGE

 

IELO PAGE WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION IN THE MBK CENTER OF BANGKOK

 

IELO PAGE WITH THE GREAT CHAMPION JEAN-CHARLES SKARBOWSKY DURING HER VICTORY AT THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY IN BANGKOK

 

IELO PAGE WMF SEMI-PRO WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION IN BANGKOK

 

 

Laetitia Lambert took away his world champion WPMF's first belt - 54 kg against the Thai Sabaithip Prasathbupai, on August 11th, 2010 in Bangkok during the Queen's birthday.

Laetitia Lambert with 43 fights for 39 victories beat champions such as Muang Chang Ploy, Michelle Preston, Linca Zerbu, Alexandra Bertrand, Brandt Desirée, Jubjaeng Sakrungrueng, Angélique Pitiot, Linn Wennergren, Ielo Page, Emmanuelle Pellen.

She was also a French Muay Thai professional champion in 2005 and 2006 and an amateur world champion in Sanda in 2011.

Laetitia Lambert stopped her career in 2015. But in 2017, the champion made her come back and still wants to fight. A documentary film about the preparation of his fights and his return to the ring has just been released in cinema in September 2017 and is simply called "LAETITIA".

 

LAETITIA LAMBERT

 

LAETITIA LAMBERT WITH MASTER MERCHET IN HAUTE TENSION GYM AND THE WOMEN CHAMPIONS MAELLE PARIEZ AND LINDA DA SILVA

 

LAETITIA LAMBERT FOR THE PRESENTATION OF THE WPMF WORLD MUAY THAI BELT IN BANGKOK IS ACCOMPANIED BY PROMOTER DENIS-MARIE CINTURA AND COACH KOUIDER ABDELMOUMENI

 

« LAETITIA » THE FILM

 

Nancy Joseph was one of the precursors of the Thai boxing in France, in the 90s this adventurer of boxing rings dominated her category for a long time.

Formed in Muay Thai in the famous club Bryzon Gym, she was one of very first French to fight in Thai boxing in the 80s. Nancy Joseph began at first with the french savate boxing by taking away 11 times the title of champion of France, as well as that of champion of Europe and the World. Then, she was the French first one world champion of Thai boxing, in 1992.

Nancy Joseph also won the world title four times in Kick Boxing and made a good career in professional Boxing with 7 fights for 7 wins including three by knockout.

In boxing feet and fists, she made 60 fights for only one defeat. In her big time, the French was nicknamed « Lady Tyson ». It's one of the rare women fighters to have succeeded has to close the eye of unconquered Dutch Lucia Rijker. In 2003, Nancy Joseph was a part of the French team of Muay Thai as trainer and adviser.

 

NANCY JOSEPH

 

LADY TYSON

 

Lisiane Payet from the Reunion (French island) of the city of Agen (Europe champion of kick-boxing in - 48 Kg, world champion amateur of K-1 in - 48 Kg) with 14 fights for 12 victories became WMO Pro World Muay Thai champion in 2016 in Bangkok in the category of - 45 Kg, she beat her opponent by KO in the second round.

For her world championship the young Payet has rigorously prepared in Thailand in a camp in the North East region, camp Muang Khun Phaen held by experienced french trainer Charlton Henri.



LISIANE PAYET

 

LISIANE PAYET WITH COACH CHARLTON HENRI AT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP IN BANGKOK

 

Cindy Silvestre of the town of Dole in the Jura department has an excellent record with 48 fights for 33 wins (4 KO's) and 15 defeats (WMO Pro World Muay Thai Champion in - 57 Kg, WTFF World Muay Thai Champion in - 55 Kg, Europe Champion Pro of Muay Thai in - 60 Kg, Intercontinental champion Pro of Muay-Thaï in - 53 Kg 500, French champion Pro of Muay Thai in - 58 Kg 900, French champion Pro of Full Contact in - 56 Kg).

Cindy Silvestre nicknamed « The French Cyborg » has twice won the WMO World Championship title in 2016 and 2017.

Her last title, she won in Bangkok in March 2017, she defeated the woman Thai Anlay Somglunkun. Cindy Silvestre trains with her companion Denis Roblet in the gym they created in Dole.

 

CINDY SILVESTRE

CINDY SILVESTRE WMO WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION IN BANGKOK

 

FRENCH CYBORG IN ACTION

 

Lizzie Largilliere of the Toulousian region lives in Muret (Suburb of Toulouse). She was a WMC world Muay Thai champion in - 52 Kg, champion of France Pro of Muay Thai in - 52 Kg, ISKA Pro world champion of Full-contact karate in - 54 Kg, ISKA Europe champion in - 52 Kg and WAKO world champion amateur of Kickboxing.

Lizzie Largilliere became WMC World Champion in 2015 at the Fight Night show in city of Saint Tropez, beating the Thai Petchoydying Mor by abandonment at the last round. The Thai was to meet the famous champion Anissa Meksen but was the toulousaine who finally had the opportunity to compete this world championship.

Lizzie Largilliere trains at the Boxing Club of Muret in Full Contact with her companion who is none other than the great champion of Full Contact Bertrand Fleuret (Three times Europe Champion of Full Contact). In Muay Thai, she's preparing for the famous Royal Boxing gym in Toulouse held by former European champion Gafary Boussari.

In 2014, Lizzie Largilliere had participated in the reality show "Enfusion Muay Thai" broadcast in Thailand on the island of Koh Samui.

 

LIZZIE LARGILLIERE

 

LIZZIE LARGILLIERE WITH WMC WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION BELT IS ACCOMPANIED BY HER TWO COACHES ALAIN BONADEI FOR THE FULL CONTACT AND GAFARY BOUSSARI FOR THE MUAY THAI

LIZZIE LARGILLIERE AT THE EMISSION "ENFUSION" WITH HER COEQUIPERS THE HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION BRICE GUIDON AND THE GREAT WOMAN CHAMPION ANISSA MEKSEN

 

United States

 

Miriam Nakamoto, a beautiful American woman fighter, was a true tigress of the rings, she remains unbeaten in Muay Thai with 16 fights, she beat the great champions Jennifer Tate, Angela Rivera-Parr, Chantal Ughi and Julie Kitchen.

Miriam Nakamoto won the WPMF belt in - 61 Kg (2007), the TBA belt in - 61 Kg (2010), the WMC belt in - 61 Kg (2010), the WBC belt in - 61 Kg (2010) and the WCK belt in - 63 Kg 500 (2012).

Miriam Nakamoto then fought in MMA with 4 fights for 2 wins, 1 defeat and 1 draw. Miriam Nakamoto is now a coach at the 3rd Street Boxing Gym in San Fransisco, USA.

 

MIRIAM NAKAMOTO

MIRIAM NAKAMOTO WMC WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION

 

MIRIAM NAKAMOTO A TOP-MODEL CHAMPION

 

 

Angela Rivera-Parr was a great American woman champion, she fought for the United States at the beginning of her career by winning eight times the title of US champion.

In 2001, he was the first American female won a gold medal at the IAMTF World Championships. Then, she married with the legendary Australian champion John Wayne Parr, the couple moved to Australia and together they set up a Muay Thai gym called the Boonchu Gym. Today, the Boonchu Gym is one of the best gyms of Muay Thai of Australia.

Angela Rivera-Parr has a more than honorable fight's record with 47 fights for 30 wins and two world championship titles, gold medal at the IAMTF amateur world championships in 2001 and the professional WKBF belt in 2010.

Angela Rivera-Parr also fought for the world titles WIKBA, WMC and IMTA respectively against Germaine de Randamie (Defeat by KO), Julie Kitchen (Defeat at points) and Miriam Nakamoto (Defeat at points). Angela Rivera-Parr is now a promoter of Thai boxing in Australia, mostly organizing fights for women boxers to promote women's Muay Thai in Australia.



ANGELA PARR



ANGELA PARR, FIRST AMERICAN GOLD MEDAL AT IAMTF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS



IN PARR FAMILY, I WOULD LIKE MOTHER CHAMPION, FATHER CHAMPION AND FUTURE CHAMPION DAUGHTER



THE DAUGHTER OF ANGELA AND JOHN WAYNE PARR FOLLOWS THE TRACES OF HER PARENTS, THE KID JAZZY PARR ONLY 14 YEARS FIGHT ALREADY ABROAD



Canada

 

Canada's Ashley Nichols is the current WPMF World Champion in 126 lbs (- 57 Kg), a belt she won in 2016 against Thai Sawsing Sor Sopit at Phuket stadium.

In 2013, she had already won a WPMF belt but in the category of 115 lbs. Ashley Nichols was also a gold medalist at the IFMA amateur world championship in 2012 and won many titles in K1 and other disciplines feet and fists. She was preparing in Thailand for the famous Keawsamrit Gym camp in Bangkok.

 

ASHLEY NICHOLS WPMF WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION

ASHLEY NICHOLS COLLECTS BELTS

 



Canadian Janice Lyn is the current WPMF World Champion in 130 lbs (- 59 Kg), winning her title in December 2015 by beating the Moroccan Ilhem Sitan Gym.

The Canadian made about forty fights since her beginnings in professional in 2014, she also conquered in Muay Thai world champion E-1's belt and several titles in kickboxing.

In 2016, Janice Lyn beat, in Thailand, the formidable woman Thai Namtan Sor Kor Kamronbamrungrak (1 victory for Janice Lyn, 2 victories for Namtan) and in 2013, in amateur, she had brought down by KO the Thai Zaza Sor Sumalee. Janice Lyn got ready in Thailand to the camp Keawsamrit Gym of Bangkok.



JANICE LYN

 

JANICE LYN MADE HER FIRST PROFESSIONAL FIGHT UNDER THE LOOK OF THE BOXING STAR MYKE TYSON

 

Candice Mitchell won the WPMF belt in 140 lbs in 2016 by beating Argentina's Lola Russo in Bangkok.

The Canadian made some twenty fights and won several belts in Kick Boxing.

On December 5, 2016, Candice Mitchell won the WMC King Rama 9 Memorial Muaythai Tournament at Lumpinee Park, where she defeated her compatriot Janice Lyn by knockout.

 

CANDICE MITCHELL

 

CANDICE MITCHELL WPMF WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION

 

Sandra Bastian has a great Muay Thai Amateur experience with thirty fights and three medals at the IFMA World Championships, gold in 2006, silver in 2004 and bronze in 2008.

The Canadian made 14 professional fights for 9 wins, 4 defeats and a draw.

In 2008, in Canada, she won the WKA Pro world champion belt in 130 lbs by beating by stoppage of the referee in the third round the German Zuleyha Turan.

On December 28, 2012, Sandra Bastian fought for the WMC Pro belt but she lost to injury in the third round against American Miriam Nakamoto.

 

SANDRA BASTIAN



Australia

 

Claire Baxter won the WPMF belt in 147 lbs (- 67 Kg), on 16 March 2017 in Ayutthaya, she defeated Thailand's Mangkonkaw Pongmaiprakatgym.

In June, she seized the WMC belt in 140 lbs by defeating the Thai Fahsithong Sitsoreung. The Australian has already beat Saifa Sor Suparat twice, including one time by knockout, Claire Baxter is preparing in Thailand at Santai Muay Thai Gym in Chiangmai in the north.

 

CLAIRE BAXTER WMC WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION



CLAIRE BAXTER WPMF WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION



Theresa Carter is an Australian woman champion who conquered three world championship belts in three different categories and has 27 professional fights for 17 wins.

She won her first world championship title at the King's birthday in Bangkok in December 2008. She beat Thai woman Suriya for the WPMF belt in 130 lbs (- 59 Kg).

In December 2009, the Australian won the WPMF belt in 126 lbs by beating the English woman Melissa Ray at the King's birthday in Bangkok.

In 2012, in December, during the King's birthday, the Australian champion had to face the Thai Sawsing Sor Sopit for the title WPMF in 126 lbs (- 57 Kg). But finally, at the last moment, Thais changed her opponent and also the title which passed 126 lbs in 122 lbs (- 55 Kg). Theresa Carter took away the belt WPMF in 122 lbs by beating the Thai Ploymuangjan Lookpetdam.

Theresa Carter was also a silver medalist at the WMF Amateur World Championships in 2006 and 2007.

Theresa Carter trained in Thailand at the Saengmorakot Gym camp in Bangkok. Theresa Carter now teaches Muay Thai at the Bailey Fitness Club in Australia.

 

THERESA CARTER

 

THERESA CARTER WORLD MUAY THAI WPMF CHAMPION

 

THERESA CARTER IN THE INTERNATIONAL KICKBOXER MAGAZINE

 

Caley Reece is one of the greatest Australian women champions in history. Her fight's record is remarkable with 58 fights for 53 victories and several world titles.

She was WMF World Champion in - 56 Kg (2009), WMC World Champion in - 57 Kg (2009), WMC World Champion in - 57 Kg (2011, 2012, 2014), WMC World Champion in - 59 Kg (2012), World champion Lion Fight Promotion in - 57 Kg (2014).

Today, Caley Reece teaches Muay Thai alongside her husband, a former professional boxer who has 73 Pro fights, Darren Reece, in the Riddlers Gym club in Osborne Park on the west coast of Australia.

 

CALEY REECE

 

CALEY REECE DOES NOT MISS BELTS

 

CALEY REECE IN THE INTERNATIONAL KICKBOXER MAGAZINE

 

Japan

 

Sachiyo Shibata nicknamed « The Princess of Pain" » is certainly one of the greatest Japanese women champions of Muay Thai. This terrific puncher has won ten world championships in Muay Thai in seven different federations.

She won her first IKKC world championship belt in 115 lbs (- 52 Kg), on June 24, 2000 by defeating by KO Amy Yakesu in the United States.

On April 14, 2001, she lost her belt to points against English woman Jussy Senturk in Victorville in the United States for the IKKC title in 115 lbs (- 52 Kg). One month later, on May 21, 2001, she defeated her compatriot Jet Izumi in Tokyo by KO and took the IKKC title in 112 lbs (- 50 Kg).

On August 7, 2001, in Australia, she defeated by KO Karen Williams and won the ISKA belt in 115 lbs (- 52 Kg). On November 15, 2002, in the United States, she beat Stephanie Dübs in the first round and hung on the IWBF title in 115 lbs.

On August 8, 2003, in Australia, she beat by KO in the first round the Australian woman Angie and won the WBF title in 52 Kg. On 14 December 2003, she knocked third round Australian woman Laura Skinner and won the WIKBA belt in - 52 Kg.

In March 2004, in the United States, for the UKF Super Bantamweight title (- 53 Kg 500) she faced Shindei Christian that she put KO in the first round.

On 30 January 2005, she won again the IKKC title in - 52 Kg against her compatriot Maiko Katsuyama which she put KO in the second round. On May 2, 2005, in Las Vegas, in United States, she defeated the great Dutch woman champion Ilonka Elmont and won two belts of world champions in - 52 Kg in the CTIF and WIKBA federation.

Sachiyo Shibata won her last title, on June 4, 2007, she beat in Tokyo, Yamada Junkin and won the belt UKF in - 52 Kg.

In Muay Thai, she made 36 fights for 27 wins (20 KO), 5 losses and 4 draws. And in professional Boxing, 7 fights for 6 wins and one defeat.

 

SACHIYO SHIBATA



SACHIYO SHIBATA COLLECTED THE TITLES FOR SEVERAL YEARS

 

Japanese Haru Tajima (WPMF World Champion in - 47 Kg) is the current WPMF World Champion in 105 lbs, a belt she won in Japan in 2015 against the Thai Duwandawnoy LukKlongtan. Haru Tajima also fights in MMA in Japan.



HARU TAJIMA



Italy

 

Chantal Ughi was a determined woman fighter who lived her passion of Muay Thai in the country source with about forty fights in Thailand. This former Top-model and actress was a part of the best nakmuays of her category, the big challenge have never frightened him, as until go to face a male fighter. This kind of fight had not been realized since the famous fight of the terrible woman fighter Lucia Rijker against a man in the 90s, the fight which Rijker had lost by KO. But Chantal Ughi has achieved the feat of winning against a boxer, it's strong and unique in the annals of Muay Thai.

The Italian won four world championship titles, the WPMF belt in - 66 Kg (2008), the WMA belt in - 66 Kg (2009), the WMF Pro belt in - 66 Kg (2012) and the WMO belt in - 66 Kg (2015).

Her favorite camp in Thailand was the Jitty Gym in Bangkok, she also trained at the Max Sport Gym camp. She beat champions such as Phetlanna Pettonphueng, Nong May, Peach Purahong, Tracy Lockwood, Ielo Page, Maria Watcheska.

A film about the fantastic life of Chantal Ughi was made in 2016, « Goodbye Darling, I'm off to fight », a film in which the great French woman champion Anissa Meksen plays.

 

CHANTAL UGHI

 

THE MOVIE « GOODBYE DARLING I'M OFF TO FIGHT » WITH CHANTAL UGHI

 

Sindy Huyer with 40 fights for 34 wins is one of the most titled Italian women champions in Muay Thai. She won three world championship titles and nearly won a major tournament in 2014 in Thailand (World Muay Thai Angels Tournament) in the final against the Thai Chommanee Sor Taehiran.

Sindy Huyer won her first WPMF title in - 55 Kg in Bangkok, on March 18, 2009 where she defeated the Thai Chumanapeth. The same year, on July 10 in Pattaya, she won the WAKO Pro belt in - 56 Kg by defeating the Thai Nongprim Sitwongdern. And in October 2009, she took the WMA title in - 57 Kg in China against the Moroccan Souad Rochdi.

Sindy's brother is Sharos Huyer, winner of the Nai Khanomtom Tournament in Ayuttaya and a Thai Fight fighter. Sindy and Sharos Huyer trained in Thailand at the Sitsonpeenong camp in Bangkok and at the Sinbi Gym in Phuket.

 

SINDY HUYER

 

THE BROTHER AND THE SISTER IN SEMINAR OF MUAY THAI IN ITALY

 

Russia

 

The Russian Valentina Shevchenko is a solid woman combatant who has accumulated the titles for several years, both amateur and professional.

His favorite camp in Thailand is the famous Tiger Muay Thai in Phuket.

As an amateur, Valentina Shevchenko has won nine gold medals at the IFMA championships, a true record.

In professional Muay Thai, she won the WMC belt in - 63 Kg 500 in 2012 in France against French Ielo Page and in 2014 the tournament Kunlun Fight 9 in China. In 2010, in Peru, Valentina Shevchenko also won a title of INKA world champion against the Brazilian Tainara Lisboa.

His fight's record in MMA is also impressive with 16 fights for 14 victories.

 

VALENTINA SHEVCHENKO

VALENTINA SHEVCHENKO IS A PART OF THE UFC FEMALE STARS

 

Spain

 

Spain's Eva Maria Naranjo is the current WPMF world champion in 115 lbs (- 52 Kg), a belt she won in 2015 against Thai Kwanchai Sor Por Lor Chaiyaphum.

The fight's record of Eva Maria is remarkable, she has performed more than 100 fights and has been three times world champion of Muay Thai (WPMF, ISKA, IFMA), World Champion of Kick Boxing, World Champion of Full Contact, three times European champion of Kick Boxing, European champion of Muay Thai, European champion of Full Contact, twice Spanish champion of Muay Thai and twice Spanish champion of Kick Boxing.

 

EVA MARIA NARANJO

 

EVA MARIA NARANJO WPMF WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION

 

Germany

 

The German Farida Okiko is the current WPMF world champion in 118 lbs (- 53 Kg 500), a belt she won in 2014 against the Thai Saifar Sor Suparat.

In 2012, Farida Okiko also won the WMC belt in 130 lbs against a Thai woman and in 2013 the WWBA belt in - 57 Kg against the Australian woman Natasha Sky. Farida Okiko fought in Thailand for the Tiger Muay Thai camp in Phuket.

 

FARIDA OKIKO

 

Meryem Uslu is a German woman champion who has won two professional world championships. She has a long experience in the ring with 47 fights for 36 wins, 10 defeats and a draw. The German beat Patrizia Gibelli, Soraya Bucherie, Małgorzata Dymus and fought against the champions Iman Barlow (Defeat at points), Lucy Payne (Defeat at the points), Caley Reece (Defeat at the points for the title WMC), Sofia Olofsson (Stop referee for the title WMC) and Anissa Meksen (Defeat at the points).

Meryem Uslu won her first belt of IMC World Champion in Germany in December 2012 against Belgian Kim Dewulf in - 54 Kg. On May 30, 2014, she won the WKF belt in - 54 Kg against the Australian woman Carol Earl. Meryem Uslu made her last fight on March 2, 2017 in Las Vegas, a match for the world title Lion Fight where she found the English woman champion Iman Barlow who again beat her at the points.

 

MERYEM USLU

 

MERYEM USLU IMC WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION

 

 

Sweden

 

Swedish Teresa Wintermyr is a former Tope-model who has had a successful career in Muay Thai. In 2012 she seized the WMC world title in 118 lbs (- 53 Kg) by beating the Finnish Sonal Pattni in Phuket, a belt she once retained against the Thai Petchdara whom she beat by KO.

Teresa Wintermyr a vaincu des championnes telles que Duannapa Mor Rattanapundit, Saifah Sor Suparat et Jessica Sanchez.

Teresa Wintermyr defeated champions such as Duannapa Mor Rattanapundit, Saifah Sor Suparat and Jessica Sanchez.

She lived in Thailand and trained in the Sinbi Gym camp in Phuket, most of her fights were carried out in Thailand with some fifty fights for about 30 victories.



TERESA WINTERMYR



TERESA WINTERMYR REPRESENTED THE SINBI GYM FOR SEVERAL YEARS

 

Brazil

 

Tainara Lisboa won the WPMF belt in 140 lbs, in 2013, in Bangkok, beating Thai Fasithong Sitso-ung by referee stop, the young girl Brazilian was just 21 years old.

Then, in 2014, she seized the World Women's Boxing Association (WWBA) title in 140 lbs (- 63 kg 500) against Thai Petchdara, which she beat at the points.

In 2010, in Peru, Tainara Lisboa had fought for a title of INKA world champion against the terrible Valentina Shevchenko, she had lost at points against the Russian champion, was the fifteenth fighting of the Brazilian and her first defeat in Muay Thai.

Tainara Lisboa beat champions such as Chantal Ughi, Sandra Bastian and Sabine Kern. Tainara Lisboa trained and fought for the Muay Thai Plaza 2004 Camp.

 

TAINARA LISBOA



TAINARA LISBOA WPMF WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION



TAINARA LISBOA WITH HER BELT WWBA AT THE SIDE OF MISTER PONG THE MANAGER OF THE CAMP MUAY THAI PLAZA 2004

 

Portugal

 

Maria Lobo is certainly the best woman boxer of her country in Muay Thai. The Portuguese have a very beautiful fight's record with four gold medals at the WMF World Championships in - 57 Kg (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016), a bronze medal at the IFMA World Championships (2010), a gold medal and a silver medal at the IFMA European Championships (2010, 2016). She also won a world championship belt K1 WTKA in - 58 Kg.

Her companion is the great Portuguese champion Diogo Calado (ISKA World Muay Thai Champion, Enfusion World Muay Thai champion, ISKA Europe champion and WFCU Europe champion), the two young boxers met at the IFMA world championships in 2007, a competition in which they each took part to represent Portugal. And for the past ten years, they have formed the most famous couple of boxing champions in their country.

In Thailand, Portuguese was preparing for the Keatkamthorn Gym camp in Bangkok.

 

MARIA LOBO



MARIA LOBO AND DIOGO CALADO, TWO GREAT CHAMPIONS OF MUAY THAI



Luxembourg

 

Claire Haigh is a Luxembourg woman champion who has fought a lot in Thailand. She trained and represented for many years the Tiger Muay Thai camp in Phuket. Claire Haigh was a tough fighter who made 43 fights for 34 wins, 8 losses and 1 draw, she won the WPMF World Championship belt in 140 lbs in 2007 against the Thai Nilawan Techasuep. She defended this belt against French woman Ielo Page in January 2010 in Suphanburi (Victory at points) and Thai Kwanta Soonkeeran in April 2011 in Phuket (Victory by stop referee). On 14 February 2012, in Luxembourg, Claire Haigh won the World WPL Pro belt against Portuguese Sandra Pires which she beat in the third round by referee's stop.

Claire Haigh failed for IKF professional world titles in 2010 against Julie Kitchen, WBC in 2010 against Miriam Nakamoto and ISKA in 2013 against Veronica Vernochi. The Luxembourger has also tried the MMA with 4 fights for 3 wins and a draw.

 

CLAIRE HAIGH

 

CLAIRE HAIGH WPMF WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION

 

Greece

 

Fani Peloumpi is a Greek woman fighter origin of Albanian who settled in Thailand and lived for a long time in the country of Muay Thai. In her career, she has carried out some sixty fights in Thailand on her 86 fights (76 wins, 10 defeats). In Thailand, she was fighting for the promoter Tienchai Sirisumpan, an important general officer of the Thai army.

She won her first World Championship title in 2006 in Thailand (World Champion Kings Cup), a title she will also win in 2009 and the World Champion Prince Cup in 2008.

In 2008, in Bulgaria, she won the title of WMF Amateur World Champion, a belt that she will also win in semi-pro in 2010. The year 2008 was prolific for the champion as she also won two belts of World Champion. In Greece, she conquered the professional belt IMC world champion in - 53 Kg against her compatriot Marianna Kalergi. Then, in December 2008, at the King's birthday in Bangkok, she seized the WPMF belt in 112 lbs (- 51 Kg) by beating a Thai woman champion. A belt which she defended several times victoriously. On March 17, 2017, the Greek champion tried to conquer the WPMF belt again in 112 lbs but she lost to the points against the formidable Thai woman champion Thanonchanok Kaewsamrit.

This adventurer of ring is also a great practitioner of Muay Boran (Ancient Thai Boxing) and Krabi Krabong (Thai Martial Art), she has reached a level in Muay Boran that allows her to be able to teach this art today.

Fani Peloumpi trained in Thailand at the Sasiprapa Gym camp and the Sor Vorapin camp in Bangkok.

 

FANI PELOUMPI

 

FANI PELOUMPI IMC WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION

 

FANI PELOUMPI WPMF WORLD MUAY THAI CHAMPION