Zsombor (G10) wins International Muay Thai Belt

 

Zsombor’s (G10) Muay Thai career keeps going from strength to strength with another victory in Bangkok on November 2, 2020. Zsombor was fighting for the International Muay Thai Council’s (IMC) 49kg Championship belt and won the fight, so he now stands as the Champion in this weight class. Muay Thai in Thailand is dominated by local fighters and for a foreign fighter to become champion, Zsombor is from Hungary, is a fantastic achievement. The IMC is one of the most prestigious Muay Thai organisations and to win this championship means that the champion is at the pinnacle of the sport. Congratulations to Zsombor, his family and his team for all their hard work, it looks like it is paying off.

Lee Stevens

Director of Athletics & Activities

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