SO YOU WANNA BE A CHAMPION HUH?

USMTA  NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL  Championship Belts

CHAMPIONSHIP BELTS 

The United States Muay Thai Association

Well, we got what you want....

The USMTA Championship belts have finally arrived in America, These belts are identical to the Thai Championship belts worn by the very best of Thai fighters from both Rajadermn Stadium and Lumpinni Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.

The belts will come with different color waist bands,  and sport the USMTA color logo in the center golden style  plate, with the United States Muay Thai Association in Thai letters above the logo and English below, in blue, with the word "Champion" emblazoned in red below the logo on the silver shield, and  above the logo stands the Royal crown in red  representing the sport of Kings, and atop the crown sits the golden star of the Association.

    Let us explain how things work. There are no more State Champions, Tri-State, Inter-State or Regional Championships. Just your straight forward U. S. National Muay Thai Champions. It’s that simple...

   We've all got to start somewhere, and the beginning is usually the best place, therefore the new 1999 Muay Thai season for the United States begins with  the elimination tournaments leading up to the United States National Championships. But before you even think about wearing one of these, you've  got to register with the Association as a contending U.S. fighter.

    The USMTA is in the process of creating the best American Muay Thai Champions. We will then get them Ranked, Rated and Internationally recognized in as many countries and nations as possible. At the same time, publishing and promoting the American National Champions in as many U. S. and international publications.

Want to Know How to Enter?

(a) To enter yourself / fighter's) in the event (not to exceed 5 applicants ), it is necessary to Pre- register with the USMTA (standard $12 dollar registration fee per annum).  (see application form).

(b) Send a recent passport sized photograph of yourself (if you are competing) or one passport sized photograph of each of your fighters who are registering. (Please print name of each fighter on back of his/her photograph, and staple to registration form.) Send a recent passport sized photograph of yourself (if you are competing) or one passport sized photograph of each of your fighters who are registering. (Please print name of each fighter on back of his/her photograph, and staple to registration form.)

(c) Send a recent Muay Thai style pose photograph of yourself (if you are competing) or one Muay Thai style pose photograph of each of your fighters who are registering. (Please print name of each fighter on back of his/her photograph, also staple to registration form.) Send a recent Muay Thai style pose photograph of yourself (if you are competing) or one Muay Thai style pose photograph of each of your fighters who are registering. (Please print name of each fighter on back of his/her photograph, also staple to registration form.)

(d) Send a short video of the last fight you competed in or (make a short compilation video of the last fight of each of the fighters who you would like to compete in the series), and forward with your papers.

(e) There will be no other form of shorts or pants worn during bouts within the series except "Thai boxing" shorts. There will be no other form of shorts or pants worn during bouts within the series except "Thai boxing" shorts.

(f) An understanding of the Ram Muay (pre-fight ritual fighters dance) is essential during the event ( A copy of the Ram Muay is available to competitions, as points are gained by each fighter by its performance.) An understanding of the Ram Muay (pre-fight ritual fighters dance) is essential during the event ( A copy of the Ram Muay is available to competitions, as points are gained by each fighter by its performance.)

(g) Standard Muay Thai equipment is required by each fighter who enters the event, i.e. shorts, hand wraps, groin guard, gum shield, anklets, Monkron, (Thai headband) Kwrang Wrang (arm band). Standard Muay Thai equipment is required by each fighter who enters the event, i.e. shorts, hand wraps, groin guard, gum shield, anklets, Monkron, (Thai headband) Kwrang Wrang (arm band).

Note:- Please make sure that you complete all the sections on the (a) registration form and that (b, c, & d) are fully applied to for yourself and all your fighters who are competing. Any section or part section missing will not be admitted after the deadline date.

Wave the flag , show your colors, represent,  and register now!

Copyright 1998 USMTA Inc.  All rights reserved. Revised: February 05, 2005.