PHX Fight Night 2 Results

SUSPENSIONS:

Jeremy Schultheis 177LB 0-0 Insurgent MT, 30 DAY SUSPENSION, 3/16/19 TO 4/16/19

Jose Aquino 165LB, 0-0 Xayaveth, 60 DAY SUSPENSION, 3/16/19 TO 5/16/19 CUT LOWER LIP

Pouya Esmaili 7-3 Xayaveth, 6 MONTH SUSPENSION, DID NOT SHOW UP TO WEIGHT INS TO SEPT 16

1 Daniel Jaurequi 15lb na  Xayaveth, 60 DAY SUSPENSION, 3/16/19 TO 5/16/19

26 Ard Bizahaloni 182LB 0-0 Insurgent, DRAW

185lbs3x2mins Shin pads

28 Sam Anderson 177LB 0-0 Universal, DRAW

29 Andrew Juarez 153LB 1-0 Cyclone, WINNER BY SPLIT, 28-29,28-29,29-28

155lbs3x2 mins

25 Jacob Crepinsek 156LB 0-1 Insurgent

26 Francisco Quijada, 137LB,0-1 Xayaveth

140lbs 3×2 mins

24 John Anderson 139LB, 0-0 Insurgent, WINNER BY UD 30-27

22 Jacob De Zeeuw, 182LB,  0-0 Ethos, WINNER BY TKO 3RD 58 SEC

185lbs3x2 mins

24 Jeremy Schultheis 177LB, 0-0 Insurgent MT, 30 DAY SUSPENSION

15 Preston Sroeuy 120LB, 66 fights SSMA, WINNER UD 50-45

122lbs 5×2 mins

16 Ruben Navarette, 122LB 9-0 Sitan Gym

17 Tierra Brandt 125LB 22-6MT/ 4-0BOX DBMT, WINNER BY UD 46-49,45-50,45-50

125lbs5x2 mins

20 Cara Greenwell 125LB 4-0MT/ 9-3MMA Forza Combat

30 Jose Aquino 165LB, 0-0 Xayaveth, 60 DAY SUSPENSION, 3/16/19 TO 5/16/19

160lbs3x2 mins

19 Aaron Solano 167LB, 0-0 Primititive MMA, WINNER BY KO RD1 1:12

25 Jordan Weiland 153LB, 37-7 DBMT, WINNER BY UD 45-50

154lbs 5×2 mins

Ryan Hoover 152LB,18-5 Forza Combat

18 Arishiyam Kanwar, 117LB, 16-4 Sitan Gym WINNER BY KO RD2

119lbs 5×2 mins

18 Daniel Jaurequi 15lb na  Xayaveth, 60 DAY SUSPENSION, 3/16/19 TO 5/16/19

18 Antonio Martinez, 139lb 44-9 Xayaveth

140lbs 5×2 mins

20 Tuzo Cruz 139lb 44-4 Siam No 1 WINNER BY UD 50-45

Bob Karmel Best Muay Thai U.S.M.T.A. of AZ

Arjarn Prasit

Arjarn Prasit: is the head trainer of the Saktaywan Muay Thai Camp in Bangkok, Thailand, and has been fighting since the age of 13. He has amassed a total of 149 fights. Fighting in the Mecca of Muay Thai in both Lumpinni and Rajadamnern Stadiums. Arjarn Prasit (Sit) retired from fighting at the age of 28 and went on to become a trainer at the Saktaywan Muay Thai camp compound.

Today with over 20 years of experience Arjarn Prasit has become the Master trainer of his camp. This facility is unique in that it houses 3 camps on the same ground, and Arjarn Prasit is the Master trainer of all three. Although missing the chance to become  Champion himself, Arjarn Prasit continues his love and dedication of Muay Thai by training 5 Champions in Muay Thai in various weight divisions.

THE ABC MUAY THAI GUIDELINES REPORT

THE BEGINNING OF NATIONAL RECOGNITION?

New Guidelines for Muay Thai   were presented to the ABC (Association of Boxing Commissions) at the General meeting held on July 30th, 2009, in New Orleans , LA. These guidelines were submitted by Nick Lembo, NJSAC and on behalf of ABC President Tim Lueckenhoff of the Missouri commission.

When asked how the commission received the information presented on the sport, it was stated that, “It was well received as guidelines”, said Nick Lembo of the NJSAC. “We meaning the ABC, set up a committee to review these guidelines and offer ‘Unified Rules’ for adoption next year after more interaction with the Muay Thai community”, said Nick Lembo.

The committee formed which included as Chairman: Nick Lembo of the New Jersey Athletic Commission, Commissioner Joe Miller of the Oklahoma Athletic Commission, Commissioner Bernie Profato of Ohio State Athletic Commission, Commissioner Chad Kurle from the North Dakota State Athletic Commission and Dr. Sherry Wulkan, a Physician of the New York and New Jersey State Athletic Control Boards.

Pending the complete review and acceptance of the new guidelines by the States next year, the Muay Thai committee will put into motion its Muay Thai Advisory Board (MTAB) who will then work in conjunction with the new committee and the ABC. At this moment, and subject to acceptance- the MTAB consists of: Arjarn Clint Heyliger,  Arjarn Tony Moore, Arjarn Kumron  Vaitaynon, Kru Stephen Strotmeyer, and Dr. Tony Myers.

This could be the major step up the ladder for Muay Thai in the U.S. If the ABC hopefully accepts the guidelines, then in 12 months time, the real work begins….

AMTL Washington, DC 2015

KINGS BIRTHDAY DECEMBER 5TH 2015, AMERICAN MUAY THAI LEAGUE

In  recognition of the birthday of  His Royal Highness King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand, celebrating his 88th birthday December 5th 2015.

Second Annual Kings’ Birthday Results

Jovan Davis (winner by UD) vs Chase Walden 160 lbs


Jonathan George (winner by TKO Rd 1) vs Latif Idris 135 lbs


Rolando Valdez (winner by UD) vs Pablo Garcia (Disciple MMA) 153 lbs


George Jefferies (winner by UD) vs Keeman Diop 154lbs USMTA Interstate Title


Taj Rueda (winner by UD) vs Max Hodges 162 lbs


Joel de Jesus vs Nath Boivert (winner by MD) 128 lbs


Jose Membreno (winner by UD) vs Adam Mallehan 160lbs


Adam Morris vs Bisrat Asfera (winner by UD) 135 lbs


Kevin Green vs Milton Cerezo (Draw) 170 lbs


Steve Brown vs Nadir Brockington (winner by UD) 140 lbs

USMTA MID-ATLANTIC  168LB CHAMPION HOLDEN NAGEL
USMTA MID-ATLANTIC 140LB CHAMPION DAVID CHUN
NATALIE FUZ FROM CHOK SUBAI AND USMTA OFFICER BRUCE BOWEN IN WA DC

Happy 25th Anniversary USMTA!

The State of Nevada recognizing USMTA
Congratulations from Virginia!
North Carolina’s congratulations…
Ricci Campbell sent us this autographed photo as a gift…
Arkansas also congratulated our achievement!
Dwayne Johnson sent his congratulations to us as well…
The Chicago Cubs sent their congrats
Our promotions President giving congratulations…
…along with our VP of Promotions
Illinois Governor Rauner’s congratulations
Gov Wolf of Pennsylvania’s congratulations
Gov Fallin of Oklahoma’s congratulations
Mayor Cranley of Cincinnati’s congrats
Gov Dayton’s congratulations