Muaythai Is Proud to Have Honorary Patrons

At the last Royal World Cup which has been held in Thailand many distinguished sport dignities wrote letters of support for the event.

The Royal World Cup has been an special event both for muaythai and the sporting world in a whole. It has gathered a record number of participants and became a venue for the Executive Meeting for 23 recognised sport federations which are member of the Alliance of Independent Members of Sport (AIMS) where muaythai presides over all the member disciplines.

Representative of IOC, IWGA, FISU, TAFISA, UN and many others who came to Bangokok to show the support and recognition for muaythai.

Muaythai Rocks the Russian Beach Games

At All-Russian Beach Games in Sochi which held the last Winter Olympic Games muaythai had its debut together with Yakut wrestling.
Having a huge popularity in Russia muaythai has gathered a lot of spectators despite it has been the first time the sport was included in the official programme. The spectatorship stands was full to the max and many more people were eager to watch the matches of the medalists of the latest Royal World Cup.

Muaythai Activates Slovenia at the European Week of Sport

Slovenian Muaythai Federation in coopeation with the Scorpion Gym has participated in the European Week of Sport and the campaign BeActive held all around the Europe held 7. - 13. September 2015.

The Olympic Committee of Slovenia has been the partner of the Slovenian Muaythai Federation and the Scorpion Gym which invited all the generations of athletes and visitors of the event for the free exercise in the city of Novo Mesto.