List of WBC Muaythai female world champions

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This is a list of WBC Muaythai female world champions, showing every female world champion certificated by the World Boxing Council Muaythai (WBC Muaythai). The WBC, which is one of the four major governing bodies in professional boxing, started certifying their own Muay Thai world champions in 19 different weight classes in 2005.

Welterweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 United Kingdom Julie Kitchen April 7, 2011 ? ? 0
Kitche defeated Nam Pimnipa ( Thailand) by TKO at 3R at Fairtex Stadium in Pattaya, Thailand, and she won the title.[1]

Lightweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 United States Miriam Herbie Nakamoto August 21, 2010 2014 ? 1
Nakamoto defeated Claire Haigh ( Luxembourg) by KO at 1R at Haikou City Stadium in Haikou, Hainan, China, and she on the title.[2]
On August 24, 2013, Nakamoto defeated Aleide Lawant ( Netherlands) by unanimous decision (50-47/50-45/50-45) after 5R at Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, California, United States, and she retained his title(1).[3][4]

Featherweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 United Kingdom Lucy Payne June 13, 2015 ? ? 0
Payne defeated Chajmaa Bellakhal ( Morocco) by TKO at 2R 3:00 at The John Charles Centre For Sports in Leeds, England, UK, and she won the title.[5][6]
2 United Kingdom Bernise Alldis November 19, 2016 ? ? ?
Alldis defeated Emily Wahby ( Italy) at Copthorne Effingham Gatwick Hotel in Copthorne, England, UK, and she won the title.[7]

Super bantamweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 United Kingdom Ruth Ashdown November 19, 2016 ? ? 0
Ashdown defeated Sveva Melillo ( Italy) by unanimous decision after 5R at Effingham Park Hotel in Copthorne, England, UK, and she won the title.[8]

Bantamweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 Australia Tiana Caverly November 5, 2011 November 11, 2012 372 1
Caverly defeated Ayano Oishi ( Japan) by unanimous decision (50-45/50-46/50-45) after 5R at WA Italian Club in Perth, Western Australia, Australia, and she won the title.[9][10][11] Originally, this bout would be held on May 27.
On May 26, 2012, Caverly defeated Dionapha Kiate Kiangsak ( Thailand) by KO at 3R at "Battle Collossal XIV" at WA Italian Club in Perth, Western Australia, Australia, and she retained er title(1)[12][13]
2 Netherlands Jemyma Betrian November 11, 2012 ? ? 2
Betrian defeated Tiana Caverly ( Australia) by unanimous decision (50-45/50-45/50-45) after 5R at Plaza Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States, and she won the title.[14]
On April 16, 2013, Betrian defeated Marcela Soto ( Puerto Rico) by KO at 1R 1:30 at Pechanga Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States, and she retained his title(1)[15]
On June 7, 2014, Betrian defeated Christi Brereton ( United Kingdom) by KO at 2R at Branchburg Sports Complex in Branchburg, New Jersey, United States, and she retained her title(2).[16][17]
3 France Anissa Meksen March 26, 2016 ? ? 0
Meksen defeated Meryem Uslu ( Germany) by unanimous decision after 5R at Le Colisee in Chalon-sur-Saône, Saône-et-Loire, France, and she won the title.[18][19][20]

Super flyweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 New Zealand Michelle Preston November 18, 2017 ? ? ?
Preston defeated Fani Peloumpi ( Greece) by split decision (47-48/48-47/49-46) after 5R at ASB Stadium in Auckland, New Zealand, and she won the title.[21][22]

Flyweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 United Kingdom Ruth Ashdown November 4, 2013 July 19, 2014 257 0
Ashdown defeated Laila Akounad ( France) by TKO(Referee stoppage) at 2R at Copthorne Hotel Effingham in West Sussex, England, UK, and she won the title.[23]
2 Ukraine Lena Ovchynnikova / Oléna Serhíyivna Ovchýnnikova July 19, 2014 ? ? ?
Ovchynnikova defeated Ruth Ashdown ( United Kingdom) by unanimous decision (49-46/50-45/49-46) after 5R at Morongo Casino Resort in Cabazon, California, United States, and she won the title.[24][25][26]

Mini flyweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 Finland Lotta Loikkanen July 25, 2010 ? ? ?
Loikkanen defeated Denise Mellor ( United Kingdom) by decision after 5R at Carrington House Hotel in Bournemouth, England, UK, and she won the title.[27][28][29]
2 United Kingdom Denise Mellor June 22, 2012 ? ? ?
Mellor defeated Nattaya Kantasit ( Thailand) by unanimous decision (49-47/50-45/50-46) after 5R at O2 Academy Bournemouth in Bournemouth, England, UK, and she won the title.[30][31] Originally, Mellor was going to fight against Loma Sitjatao ( Thailand).[32]
3 Japan Saya Ito November 26, 2017 Current 699 0
Ito defeated Yodying Sit.namkabuan ( Thailand) by the unanimous decision (49-47/50-46/ 50-46) after 5R at Korakuen Hall in Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan, and she won the title. Yodying was originally written as "Yodying Sit.muaysiam".[33][34]

See also[edit]

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