|[Event] WLC 12 - Hideout Battle - Aug 28
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|Author:||Dent [ Tue Aug 25, 2020 9:15 am ]|
|Post subject:||[Event] WLC 12 - Hideout Battle - Aug 28|
WLC 12: Hideout Battle will be a Lethwei event held by World Lethwei Championship on August 28, 2020 at the TBA stadium in Yangon, Myanmar.
Main Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Bantamweight France Souris Manfredi vs. Spain Maisha Katz Inaugural Womens Bantamweight World Lethwei Championship
Bantamweight Myanmar Somiong Luktupfah vs. Uzbekistan Artur Te
Middleweight Germany Kristof Kirsch vs. Switzerland Gligor Stojanov
Bantamweight Myanmar Saw Phoe Khwar vs. Algeria Nabil Anane
Light Welterweight Myanmar Nakha Myanmar vs. Kyrgyzstan Sherzod Kabutov
Welterweight Georgia Tophik Abdullaev vs. Belgium Omar Mahir
Featherweight Uzbekistan Nur Mohammad vs. Mongolia Myagmasuren Borkhuu
World Lethwei Championship chairman Zay Thiha stated, “World Lethwei Championship is excited to return to action to bring you more world-class lethwei action to your screens. WLC: HIDEOUT BATTLE is a star-studded card featuring some of the world’s best athletes. We will make history by crowning the first female World Lethwei Champion as well as a full night of outstanding entertainment in the lethwei spectacle of a lifetime!”
Souris Manfredi has already set records in World Lethwei Championship, becoming the first female fighter to record a knockout in the promotion and has impressed in both her victorious outings in World Lethwei Championship, defeating Eh Yanut of Cambodia and Tran Thi Lua of Vietnam. Originally from Besançon in France, she now resides in Thailand and has her sights set on becoming the first female World Lethwei Champion.
Maisha Katz is a fast-rising star in the combat sports world, having amassed an imposing 17 victories in 20 outings across the world. The well-travelled athlete will now transition to lethwei with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity in front of her.
So Mi Ong Luktupfah is one of the world’s best combat sports superstars at Bantamweight (51 to 54kg). He is renowned for his explosive and swift strikes, and made a successful return to Myanmar when he knocked out his opponent in his World Lethwei Championship debut.
Artur Te is a former Max FC kickboxing world champion. The Uzbek athlete is of Korean descent and possesses a tenacious mentality when he enters the ring that would make him an ideal athlete in lethwei.
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