WBC Muaythai European Championship Defence Policy

The WBCMT policy is to offer opportunities for fighters to compete for titles, and thus the WBCMT seeks to prevent titles from being frozen due to inactivity.

Therefore a WBCMT champion should strive to defend the title in mandatory or voluntary defence within  one year unless a written exception or extension is granted by the WBCMT European committee.

 European champions have an obligation to defend their titles within a period of one year from the date of their first championship win or, from the date of their most recent championship defense.

Upon expiration of one year the WBCMT reserves the right to declare the title vacant. 

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Gerardo Atti

Germany

Cruiserweight 90.8kg Champion

Germany

12/09/2020

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Keith McLachlan
Scotland
Lightweight 61.2kg
Scotland
12th October 2019

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Chris Melhuish
England
Super Middleweight 76.3kg.
Italy
07/12/2019

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Mouhcine Chafi
Spain
Middleweight 72.5kg.
Spain
03/07/2021

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Dani Fall

England

Super Flyweight Champion

Birmingham UK

06/04/2019

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Pol Lloret
Spain

Featherweight 57.1kg Under 18s
Spain
12th December 2020

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WBC Super Welterweight European Title

Switzerland 21/08/2021

Dani Rodriguez, Swz.

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 Thibaut Valentin, Fra.

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WBC Light Heavyweight European Title

Italy30/10/2021

Shkodran Veseli, Austria.

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 Nicolai Pinkes, Germany.