Two female champions collide, finally
WA’s own Whitney Tuna travels across the Great Australian Bite to challenge Rangkla in her home town. Tuna, no stranger to interstate competition, has previously defeated female stars in their home town with notable wins over Queensland’s Jada Ketley and Tiah Steinhardt. Tuna also defeated Spring Sia back in 2017 by judges decision.
The success of these two female champions may be attributed to their Thai dominant leadership – Rangkla’s 8 Blades Head Coach Superboy Meunsang, renowned for imparting his razor sharp, counter fighting style; whilst Tuna’s coach, the flamboyant Jack 300 who is known for work rate, skill and aggression combined with Pamorn Martdee’s strategy and fight read IQ.
Rebellion Muay Thai November 30, is scheduled for 5×3 minute rounds under full Thai rules. Also on the same card is a star studded lineup including Champions Gym team mate rematch between Chris “Killer” Watt vs Alex Ilijoski (VIC), recently crowned Lion Fight Champion Ramesh Habib vs Frenchman Adam Noi and in the main event Perth’s Jordan Godfredtsen vs Thailand’s Denapho Numponthep in the main event. Champions Gym’s Johnny Callaghan (4-1-0) will step up to take on Victoria’s Ryan Shepherd (6-1-3) on the tail end of the undercard event “Roots Muaythai 13”.
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