WCK Full Rules Muaythai heads into their 30th Year

The model of consistency: Based in Southern California, WCK (World Championship) Muay Thai under the leadership of Dennis Warner and his In Sync Productions, now entering their 30th season continues to make it the longest running Muay Thai Event Organizer in the U. S. Since 1989, Championships featuring top fighters from China, Japan, Thailand, Korea, the U.K., the U.S., Australia, Holland as well as many other countries have taken place in major cities all across our planet to include Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Beijing and of course San Diego.

WCK Muay Thai’s first stop in 2019, will be in Los Angeles on Saturday evening January 5, 2019, at the Burbank Marriott. As you can see from the above poster, this show, CALI 32 BRING THE HEAT 3, the fans can expect a lot of excitement. Especially when they’re featuring classic battles between Chris Alvidrez and Robert Renier plus Wilson Ha versus Evan Boulton. Both are for IAMTF titles. Also 21-year-old Jackie Buntan from Redondo Beach will be going up against 25-year-old Gabrielle Latineh of Lincoln Heights, East Los Angeles, Calif. for an IKF Super Bantamweight Title.

Then, on Saturday, February 9, 2019, Dennis Warner and his INSYC Promotions Staff along with the many WCK Full Rules Muay Thai officials will be returning to the Four Points By Sheraton Hotel in San Diego to showcase Ultimate Conquest 2019, another action packed show featuring the Golden State’s top fighters along with some local exciting up and comers hoping to make a name for themselves in this Anniversary year.

On that Ultimate Conquest 2019 Fight Card they’re featuring two rising WCK stars: Bruno Borges (top) from the Alliance Training Center, Chula Vista, Calif. (an amateur champion in Muay Thai plus undefeated USA Amateur Boxer who is just now turning Pro. (bottom) Borges’ opponent Diego Paez’s credentials: IFS Champ, IKF State Champ, MTU Champ, XFS Champ, 10-0 as an Amateur, however, he’s now 0-1-1 as a Pro. Together with his two brothers, Paez trains with the Classic Fight Team coached by Tyler Wombles.

In the Main event they’re featuring the return of the “The Mad Lion” Marvin Madariaga of Steel MMA who will be facing the always tough Antonio Arango from the Valor Fight Club of National City. The winner will then get an automatic shot at the WBC Muaythai Title against the champion T. J. Arcangal.

(l to r) Antonio Arango from the Valor Fight Club of National City, and his opponent Marvin “The Mad Dog” Madariaga from Steel MMA of Tierrasanta, San Diego, Calif.

Alyshia “Code Red” Madison (l) from Victory MMA, Point Loma, Calf. is scheduled to face Amanda De Rosa (r) for a second time.

Selina Flores who recently returned from competing in Buenos Aires, Argentina will be taking on the always tough Carleigh Karen for the IAMTF Title.

Alan Smith is set to face Jordan Hubler for the IAMTF Title.

Roman Lysenko is scheduled to face Oscar Moller.

Jeremy Shepard will have his hands full facing Jason Durrant.

Ismail Zizi is set to go against Jean Chaney.

Marvin Pepito will be taking on Sihak Savang.

Roy Gonzalez has Manuel Medina in his sites.

Barak Sekander is scheduled to face Alex Heredia.

Tony Marrufo vs Eduardo Larios

Ridley Kerr vs Chris Rolen

Edson Perez vs Oscar Gallegos

Patricia Stabille vs Jessica Cook

Samantha Stark vs Melissa Sifuentes

Plus they’re planning to have bouts featuring James Gregory, Reilly Landry and Rawand Muhammed

This is an all ages event with free parking. Food and beverages (including full bar) available at the venue. VIP tickets are $100, ringside $75 and general admission is $45.

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