In results from the past few weeks:
On July 26:
- In Cyprus at a WKU card, Tita Groueva def. Ismailova
- For the WBC World interim 105 title, LittleTiger defeated Faa Chiang Rai SorSaguntong by split decsion in Pattaya, Thailand
- Victoria Lomax defeated Gemma Coast by points in England
- Aaliyah Sahotto defeated Yui Takada by points
On July 19th:
- At WCK Muay Thai at the Morongo Casino and Resort and Spa in Cabazon, CA., Lena Ovchynnikova won the WBC Muaythai World Super-flyweight title (115lbs/52.16kg) over Ruth Ashdown by unanimous decision .
- For the Kombat League world 48kg title, Sara Donghi defeated Cecile Rodrigues.
On July 18:
- GongLi Yue (China) def. Sawsing sor. Sopit by points
InvictaFC MMA vet Zoila Frausto looks to win her first piece of Muay Thai gold as she takes on Lindsey Marino for the WBC National Featherweight (126 pounds) Title. Frausto is undefeated since starting her pro Muay Thai career last year. The Texas native Marino has won back to back since turning pro and is also seeking her first title.
Also on the card, local favorite Marie Choi will battle Janet Todd for the IAMTF California superflyweighht (115 pounds) title. Two other female bouts are set as Emily Griffen faces Amanda De Rosa and Fatima Garnica dukes it out with Christine Conner.
Two title matches are set for Hong Kong on August 25.
For the WMC I-1 championship, Michaela Michl will take on Chali Ssab. Also Wu Hoi-Yan will battle Katia Tsovgan (Greece), for the WKBC I-1 championship.
In Wellington, New Zealand, hometown fighter Gentiane Lupi will take on Alicia Pestana August 23rd.
Natasha Skye has posted an interview with Australian star and WKBF champion Claire Baxter. You can read it here.
The WMC 60 kg world title will be on the line Monday as Irina Mazepa faces ChommaneeTaehiran in Saint-Tropez, France.