‘WBC Muay Thai’ sends representatives of young Thais to compete in the world class in Canada
On Monday, May 16 at Khongsittha Boxing Camp, Col. Thanaphon Phakdipoom, Executive Director of the WBC World Boxing Council and Executive Secretary of the World Boxing Council (WBC Muay Thai), along with Matthew Dean, the superstar of the boxing camp Kongsittha and Saenchai, WBC Muay Thai diamond belt champions, jointly held an event for the launch of 5 young Thai boxers who will compete in Canada under the name “WBC Muay Thai Thailand”, consisting of Pong Bang Kwang Army Base, Kwankhao Por. Muang Phet, Yodphetto, UEFA Boom Dek Sian, Thani Junior T.T. Khao Bangkrak and Silathong Phat Chong Pang Sida with Mr. Phalat Suwannamethakorn Director of the Office of the Boxing Sports Commission Sports Authority of Thailand It is an honor to attend the event as well.
According to the government’s policy to promote “Muay Thai”, a cultural heritage that is a national identity, to become the country’s “Soft Power” in order to stimulate the economy and generate income for the country, “WBC Muay Thai” responded to the policy and continued to push forward. push “Muay Thai for Tourism” and promote Muay Thai as an international standard sport. By collaborating with members around the world to penetrate the new generation of young people to play Muay Thai and gain access to Muay Thai more accurately.
In 2022, WBC Muay Thai Canada and Calgary & Alberta Tourism, Canada will jointly host the 1st WBC MuayThai World Youth Games from 12 to 15 August in Calgary, Canada. The objective is to promote, support and develop youth around the world to have access to the sport of Muay Thai properly and safely according to the standards of the Sports Authority of Thailand. At this time, there will be at least 200 youth athletes from 25 countries participating in this event, which will help strengthen the unity of young Muay Thai athletes from all over the world to conserve the art of Muay Thai to maintain a unique cultural identity. invaluable forever