Thailand’s Grand Spectacle: The M-150 Championship
Revitalizing Muay Thai Through the M-150 Championship
In an ambitious move to promote and support Muay Thai fighters and the sport, both domestically and internationally, the Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT) and the World Muay Thai Council (WMC), in collaboration with Workpoint Entertainment, have announced the M-150 Championship. The tournament, divided into male and female categories, comes with a hefty prize purse of 1 million baht for each category.
Muay Thai: A Symbol of Thai Culture
SAT Governor, Kongsak Yodmanee, has underscored the significance of Muay Thai, a traditional Thai sport that showcases the uniqueness of Thai culture. In a bid to promote Muay Thai globally, SAT has partnered with Workpoint Entertainment and WMC to organize the M-150 Championship. The championship, open to both Thai and international athletes, aims to discover new talent and nurture a new generation of Muay Thai fighters.
Details of the M-150 Championship
The M-150 Championship will consist of 12 matches each for male and female fighters, each match having a weight limit of 57 kilograms. The competition will run from May 2022 to April 2023. Moreover, the championship will be broadcasted live on Workpoint Channel and through other media platforms worldwide, helping to showcase the skills of Muay Thai fighters and promote the sport to an international audience.
World Muay Thai Council and Workpoint Entertainment’s Involvement
Dr. Sakchye Tapsuwan, President of WMC, expressed his delight at the collaboration. WMC has always backed the development of Muay Thai and has played a crucial role in promoting the sport globally. He believes the M-150 Championship will be a significant step towards this goal.
On the other hand, Panya Nirankul, the CEO of Workpoint Entertainment, stated that the company is prepared to broadcast the M-150 Championship in high definition. They are excited to present the championship to global audiences and contribute to the growth of Muay Thai.
M-150 Championship: A New Chapter for Muay Thai
In conclusion, the M-150 Championship is a major initiative by the Sports Authority of Thailand, the World Muay Thai Council, and Workpoint Entertainment to promote Muay Thai globally. The championship aims to discover and nurture new talent in the sport, and with a prize purse of 1 million baht for both male and female categories, it is expected to attract top athletes from Thailand and abroad. The tournament will run from May 2022 to April 2023 and will be broadcasted live to audiences worldwide, marking a new chapter in the history and growth of Muay Thai.
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