U.S. NATIONAL  &   INTERNATIONAL  AWARDS

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Introduction:

It has been very difficult to produce a format that is acceptable to all of the competing nations for the U. S. International Championship events. Our efforts to be fair and unbiased in promoting the Amateur and Professional divisions that will compete against each other was very complicated, It must be noted that the U. S. International Championship events is a team effort and all fighters who compete will gather the points needed to produce the winning championship teams.

Important Notice: The United States  International Championship Title Series

Officially recognized by Thailand's AMTAT (Amateur Muay Thai Association of Thailand) and the IFMA (The International Federation of Muay Associations), including the European Muay Thai Union.

The United States Official International trophies are presented to the winning Professional Muay Thai Champion teams competing in the International. Championships.  The trophies  are competed for each year.   The official International trophies  are the sole property of the USMTA . The names of each consecutive International Champion Team and date are engraved on the trophy.  

(a) Each  trophy will have an official seal and   serial number. Holders will receive a certificate of authencity  from the USMTA as proof . The Official International trophy  may only be used for publicity purposes by current holder and parties hitherto, and must not be misused in any shape or form. Current holders of the Official International trophy  who misuse, or damage the Official International trophy  may be charged a fee for repair. Current holders are responsible for the International trophy  while in their possession.

(b) If the Official International trophy is lost while in the possession of the current holder, then he or parties hitherto must replace the trophy  at their own expense and may be charged a losers fee up to a maximum of $1,500 U. S. dollars. If the Official International trophies are stolen, while in the possession of the current holder or parties hitherto, they must replace the trophies   at their own expense and will be charged a looser fee of a minimum of $1,500 U. S. dollars.

Winners of the Official International Championship trophies  will receive a certification of participation in the event, Champions personal award, and all other awards to the discretion of the promoter and the association. All rights pertaining to championship status, will belong to the holder and will have their  fight record entered on the National and International Muay Thai fighters database.

NOTE 2: International competitors are obliged to sign an agreement pertaining to the trophies and shields placed in their charge in reference to section a, and section b, of the above.


THE USMTA INTER-NATIONS CHAMPIONSHIPS ®

THE 'MEDICINE WHEEL' CUP ®

        NORTH AMERICAN INVITATIONAL

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The Inter-Nations 'Medicine Wheel Cup' donated to the USMTA by the STRIKE Inc. 2003, for the sole purpose of promoting goodwill between competing Tribal nations of the North America  and the United States of America in the sport of professional Muay Thai.

The 'Medicine wheel Cup' event is a team effort between the U. S. National team and an Native American representative team from North America . Both teams who compete will gather the points needed to produce the winners of the 'Medicine Wheel Cup'. The competition is designed for both teams to compete together in any of the 16   weight categories agreed upon .

The rules of the competition are standard International rules:

Each nation will put forward their fighters who will be chosen to represent their national team, the records of each fighter must be up to date and each fighter should be licensed and registered with their own respective and recognized tribe or nation. The points gathered from each fighter are based on the 10 point system. Fighters will tally the points to give the final count for the event, and will be carried forward to the next competing team members. The final results will produce the winning team.

Please note: All  fighters must be from the United states and Native North American nations/tribe. An international invitational will be scheduled for later in the series.

The Atlantis Cup is copyright of the USMTA Inc., National Association.2003 -2004 Certified by the National Board of Awards and Certifications


       THE USMTA RUSSIA SERIES ®

         THE PETERSBURG CUP ®

         THE UNITED STATES   v  THE  RUSSIAN STATES

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The ‘Petersburg Cup' donated to the USMTA for the sole purpose of promoting goodwill between competing countries of the former Soviet Union and the United States of America in the sport of Muay Thai.

The decision to promote the ‘Petersburg Cup' event was to promote the best of the America’s Amateur Muay Thai fighters and those of the Soviet States and countries to the United States and each other. The ‘Petersburg Cup' was originally devised as a twin City championship between Petersburg of Russia and of the Cities named 'Petersburg' within the United States, but as more eastern bloc and former soviet nations became involved in the sport, it was accepted as the standard Amateur event between the Eastern and Western nations.

The ‘Petersburg Cup' Championship series between: Belarus, Russia, Uzbekistan, Yugoslavia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kyrghyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Moldavia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Romania, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Tajikistan, Ukraine

The country or nation invited to compete, will be able to send their best Amateur competitors for the ‘Petersburg Cup' to compete in the championship. Each country will put forward their fighters who will be chosen to represent their national team. The records of each fighter must be up to date and each fighter should be licensed and registered with their own respective and recognized national association. The points gathered from each fighter are based on the 10 point system.

Each national team must forward a completed Team entry form with photo’s and fight records of all fighters. It must include the status of the team Managers, Coaches, Corner men etc. The event is a national team effort and will not be classed as a single or individual competition. The final points complied by each fighter will determine who will become the winning National team and champions of the ‘Petersburg Cup' Championship. 

The United States are the patrons of the ‘Petersburg Cup' Championship Series .The name of the ‘Petersburg Cup' Amateur Muay Thai Championship Series is Copyright protected by the USMTA Inc., (United States Muay Thai Association Inc.) 1996-99, all rights pending. All proprietary rights of the Amateur Muay Thai Championship Series is Copyright protected by the USMTA Inc., (United States Muay Thai Association Inc.) 1996-2000, all rights pending. All proprietary rights of the ‘Petersburg Cup' Championship   are the sole property of the USMTA Inc., (United States Muay Thai Association Inc.) 1996-2000 all rights reserved.

Please note: All International fighters must be valid residents of their country, and have up to date passports, visa's , travel permits and documents etc.

The ‘Petersburg Cup‘ is copyright of the USMTA inc., the National Association.1996-2000  Certified by the National Board of Awards and Certifications


     THE USMTA INTER-CONTINENTAL      CHAMPIONSHIPS SERIES ®

THE 'ATLANTIS' CUP ®

UNITED STATES v  EUROPE

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The Inter-Continental 'Atlantis Cup' donated to the USMTA by the Claiger Corporation Inc. 1996, for the sole purpose of promoting goodwill between competing nations of Europe and the United States of America in the sport of Muay Thai.

The Inter-Continental event is a team effort between the U. S. National team and an invitational team from a European nation. Both teams who compete will gather the points needed to produce the winning championship team. The competition is designed for both countries to compete together in any of the 16   weight categories agreed upon by both countries.

The rules of the competition are standard International rules:

Each country will put forward their fighters who will be chosen to represent their national team, the records of each fighter must be up to date and each fighter should be licensed and registered with their own respective and recognized national association. The points gathered from each fighter are based on the 10 point system. Fighters will tally the points to give the final count for the event, and will be carried forward to the next competing team members. The final results will produce the winning team.

Please note: All International fighters must be valid residents of their country, and have up to date passports, visa's , travel permits and documents etc.

The Atlantis Cup is copyright of the USMTA Inc., National Association.1996 -2000  Certified by the National Board of Awards and Certifications


THE NATIONS SERIES:

International Amateur Muay Thai Championship

       "King's Cup Classic"  ®

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The format acceptable to the invited country for the 'King's Cup Classic ' event. The decision to promote the 'King's Cup Classic ' event is to expose the best of Worlds Amateur Muay Thai fighters to the United States. As host country of the 'King's Cup Classic' event.

The event is by Invitation Only and one country at a time will be able to compete for the coveted 'King's Cup Classic' Championship between the U. S. National Team "Team Muay Thai-USA", and selected International teams. The competition is designed for each country to compete against the best of the U. S. fighters in the 16 chosen weight categories of the competition.

Each country will put forward a fighter chosen and agreed upon from the 16 weight divisions who will represent their national team, the records of each fighter must be up to date and each fighter should be licensed and registered with their own respective and recognized national association.

Each national team must forward a completed Team entry form with photo's and fight records of all fighters. It must include the status of the team Managers, Coaches, Corner men etc. The event is a national team effort and will not be classed as a single or individual competition. The final points complied by each fighter will determine who will become the winning National team and champions of the 'King's Cup Classic' .

Please note: All International fighters must be valid residents of their country, and have up to date passports, visa's , travel permits and documents etc.

The Kings Cup Classic is copyright of the USMTA Inc., National Association.1996 -2000 Certified by the National Board of Awards and Certifications

Copyright © 2003 USMTA Inc. All rights reserved. Revised: February 12, 2005