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WBC MuayThai  Headquartered in Bangkok promoting the beautiful fighting art of MuayThai

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THE SWEET SCIENCE OF BOXING
ACCORDING TO BERNARD HOPKINS
The boxing record of Bernard Hopkins stands as 55 wins, 32 KO’s, 8 loses and two draws. At 48 years-of-age he held the world record as the oldest world champion at any weight division - a remarkable feat that beats both George Foreman and Archie Moore.

Hopkins extraordinary boxing record is likely to remain unchallenged for the foreseeable future.
As an unpredictable “orthodox” boxer Hopkins victories included impressive wins over Oscar De La Hoya (2204), Roy Jones Junior (2010) and Chad Dawson (2011). It was at the Forum in Inglewood, California, during the eighth round of his 65th and last fight - just one month short of his 52nd birthday – that Hopkins concluded his illustrious career after getting knocked out of the ring by a 24 years old young gun Joe Smith.
It wasn’t the finale that the boxing world expected, but this inglorious last fight anomaly takes none of the shine away from Hopkins enduring career that spanned three decades.
Hopkins was a shrewdly intelligent fighter.
Known as The Executioner and The Alien he was a boxing sniper and tough survivor who orchestrated a master plan – a quintessence winning formula – for the sweet science.
Hopkins adopted a philosophical approach to boxing in which he was the Ring General in weight divisions that boasted the likes of Sugar Ray Robinson, Marvin Hagler and Jake La Motta.

Hopkins was constantly in firing line for world championship and had over 20 title defences.
In the 90s Hopkins beat John David Jackson, Glen Johnson, Simon Brown and Antwun Echols but lost to Roy Jones Jr. and, in the 2000’s he beat Keith Holmes, an unbeaten Felix Trinidad, out boxed the great warrior Oscar De La Hoya, and was too good for the precision puncher Winky Wright.

How Hopkins lasted for so long at boxing’s coal face furnace is no more amazing than his remarkable life that included a term in the school of hard knocks that turned his early adversity into a lifetime triumph.

Hopkins was one of the boxing legends that attended the WBC convention held in Baku, Azerbaijan where he openly – and proudly - told his life story that began with being born into a poor

Australian 🇦🇺 WBC Muaythai News:

Destiny Muaythai promotions hold their next event on the 28th of October in the city of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
The main event sees Australia’s Ben Johnstone, currently ranked number one in the world at light heavyweight, take on New Zealand’s Alex Red
for the vacant WBC International title.
The co-main event is another battle of Australia versus New Zealand, with Jake Lund representing the former and Mike Diamond representing the latter. This bout is for the WBC International super middleweight title.
We wish all the fighters the best of luck on this WBC sanctioned show.
Fight with spirit and stay safe!

A fantastic new read on our website, with some interesting insight from @wbcmoro 👉🏻 http://www.wbcmuaythai.com/previous_news_select.php?id=379

American fighter Steve 'Panda' Banks is our current super heavyweight champion of the world .

Panpayak Sitjatik is the current @wbcmuaythai 135lb world champion.

We have another carnival of #muaythai action in Japan this weekend.
There are two #wbc national titles up for grabs on this show..🇯🇵
Best of luck to all the fighters.

Congratulations to Kenta who successfully defended his #wbc Muaythai Japanese welterweight title against the challenger, Shinji Asaseishi.
The referee called a halt to bout in the 4th round, after Shinji suffered his 3rd knock down.

Congratulations to Japan's Momotaro on becoming the new #wbc MuayThai international featherweight champion.
He beat the defending champion, Spain's Carlos Cuello, via a 2nd round elbow KO, earlier this evening in Tokyo.

Today is the day: Sunday the 18th of June.
Spain's Carlos Cuello defends his WBC international featherweight title against Momotaro at the Tokyo Dome in Japan.
Best of luck to both fighters..💪👊

Meet Ben Johnston from Australia 🇦🇺
Ben is the current Australian WBC Light heavyweight champion — and a former WBC light heavy international champion.
He is also ranked no.1 in the #wbc world rankings

The current 130lb #wbc world champion:

Japan's Genji Umeno 🇯🇵

The famous @rajadamnern_stadium here in #bangkok, where quite a few #wbc champions have been crowned..👏🇹🇭

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