Njkf pairs with WBC to boost female Muay Thai in Japan
NJKF is ready to go with its next show the next november 26th in Tokyo at Korakuen Hall.
Main event of the card will be the challenge between japanese Saya Ito and thai Yodying Sit.Namkabuan for the vacant WBC mini flyweight world belt.
Lets now have a look at both boxers, for whose are not familiar with them.
Saya is widely regarded as the best nak muay ying in Japan atm, having beaten some of the most notable females on the market, lastly Faa Chiang Rai in august 2017 for WMC world belt.
Yodying, despite her young age, is arguably one of the best p4p female fighters in history of the art of the 8 limbs, and has been already in a status of a semi-retirement from muay thai and occasionally fighting western boxing due to the lack of competitors.
Yodying and her personal story has recently been featured in a video regarding the 100 most inspirational women by BBC world.
Will be Saya able to get the belt or will Yodying upset the japanese crowd once again same as she did few years ago when she easily managed japanese favourite Little Tiger Ayaka Miyauchi?
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Emmanuele Corti: he started to practice muay thai at a young age in Trieste (Italy), beginning to fight almost immediately in prestigious gala along with top Thai fighters and rising stars like the Petrosyan brothers. After a period of work experience leading him abroad, he eventually settled in Thailand in late 2011 crowning the dream of his life, which is to open a muay thai camp. From that year he has been actively following the preparation of his camp's fighters and has often collaborated with the Muay Farang team, continuing to fight
actively for the major promotions of the Asian continent.