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WBC Asia Continental Bantamweight
The inaugural THRIVE Championship will be kicked off on 4th August 2017. The two-day events will start with the first day focusing on Boxing with 12 bouts lined up, and the second day on Muay Thai with 14 fights.
Mohamad Nor Rizan vs Piched Chianawa
Mohamad Nor Rizan, Singapore's No.1 bantamweight boxer, will get a chance to be a World Boxing Council (WBC) champion in this competition. The 39-year-old boxer will compete for the vacant WBC Asia Continental bantamweight (53.5kg) title on 4th August at The Pavilion at Far East Square. Rizan who has a 8-2-0 record with five knockouts will face Thailand's reigning bantamweight champion, Piched Chianawa, a 24-year-old with a 6-7-0 record. He used to be Singapore's only professional boxer for 6 years and now he is ready to make a comeback and clinch the title from the prestigious WBC, one of the largest boxing organisations in the world.
Will The Kill Chope vs Zakaria Ismail
Zakaria Ismail who is a Singapore national boxer and 2-time Southeast Asia (SEA) Games contestant will make his professional boxing debut at THRIVE 01 on Friday, 4 August 2017.
Will 'The Kill' Chope boasting a 36-13-0 MMA record will be in Singapore. The ex-UFC fighter seeks another win to his 1-0-0 pro boxing record. He will be facing Zakaria on 4th August too.
Boy vs Ke Hao Xun
Apart from professional boxers, the amateurs will also showcase their skills during their matches on day 1.
On day 2 it will focus on Muay Thai. The amateurs from various gyms in Singapore and neighbouring countries such as Thailand and Vietnam will be on matches too. Boy from Thailand will be showing his skills at our Muaythai event. The fighter is trained by the legendary Muay Thai fighter, Attachai. His opponent will be Singapore's top-ranked muay Thai fighter, Ke Hao Xun.
Hafiz vs Andre
The professional boxing scene in Singapore today is booming. The organiser hopes this championship could become a domestic and regional platform for aspiring Amateur Kickboxing, Muay Thai, and Boxing professionals to hone their skills and experience real fights on the stages.
Catch the live actions at THRIVE Championship @ The Pavilion, Far East Square which is easily accessible from Telok Ayer MRT (Downtown Line) and Raffles Place MRT (North South Line & East West Line). Tickets are available at here.