The World Lethwei Championship has announced their safety protocol in light of the current coronavirus pandemic, ahead of their return in August.
With the current coronavirus pandemic situation, never has more attention been given to ‘fighter safety’. For the World Lethwei Championship however, nothing is more important than the safety of their fighters.
The coronavirus has slammed the breaks on the sporting world recently. Including lethwei, where the pandemic is putting a strain on its fighters.
The World Lethwei Championship reflects on the difficult decision to postpone their recent WLC: Khmer Kingdom card because of the coronavirus.
The World Lethwei Championship (WLC) has announced some big plans for 2020. Whilst also announcing the full weigh-in results, ahead of tonight’s WLC: BATTLEBONES.
Naimjon Tuhtaboyev is predicting that he will knockout Too Too, when he challenges him for the WLC middleweight title at WLC: Battlebones.
World Lethwei Championship have announced the first few fights for their WLC: Fearless Tigers super card, which will go down on October 11 in Myanmar
Htet Naing Aung and Sai Maung Maung will face each other at WLC: KING OF NINE LIMBS, a couple of decades after their fathers, lethwei legends Zaw Win Tun and Shwe Sai, fought each other.