Tripura boy to represent India in Muaythai World Championship in Bangkok

By Our Correspondent

Agartala, July 12, 2019: A Muaythai fighter from Tripura to participate in the "Muaythai Senior World Championship", which will be commencing from July 20th next at Bangkok in Thailand.

This is for the first time a sportsman from Tripura will represent the state in Muaythai Senior World Championship and Muaythai fighter, Chandra Kanta Debbarma under 60 KG category is now ready to represent the country in the prestigious tournament, which will continue up to July 29 next.

The International Federation of Muaythai Amateur, the world governing body for Amateur Muaythai through an official letter to the All Tripura Amateur Muaythai Association (ATAMA) informed that "It is with great pleasure to invite the 21 members Muaythai team from India, participating in the 2019 IFMA World Championship in Bangkok", led by another Tripura youth Prasenjit Sinha, the state president of ATAMA.

 Prasenjit Sinha is also the national president of United Amateur Muaythai Association, a renowned coach of Muaythai. The ATAMA congratulates both Chandra Kanta Debbarma and Prasenjit Sinha for their proud selection in the international event.



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