Elite Fight Night Champions League is a series of regional muaythai qualifying tournaments designed to find 4 muaythai champions from around the world to compete in the prestigious Kings Cup Final in Thailand for the right to be called the Muaythai World Champion.

Fighting at the 72.5kg weight division, fighters representing 16 countries will compete in 4 regional qualifying events to find 1 muaythai world champion.

Held on a monthly basis between August and November, each of the 4 EFN Champions League events will feature a 4-man tournament with the winner earning his place in the King’s Cup Final in December and a chance at glory.

The fight card at each event will also include both MMA and muaythai superfights as well as additional entertainment.

The grand finale of the EFN Champions League is the Kings Cup Final held in Bangkok, Thailand on December 5 to honor the birthday of the King of Thailand.

Considered by many within the sport to be the world final of muaythai, the Kings Cup is among the most prestigious events in the muaythai calendar.

Sanctioned by the World Muaythai Council (WMC), the winner of the Kings Cup Final will earn the right to be called the Muaythai World Champion.

The King’s Cup is the biggest single event in the muaythai calendar. It has been held every year since 1999 on December 5th in honour of H.M. the King of Thailand’s birthday. Supported and sanctioned by the World Muaythai Council (WMC), the King’s Cup is internationally recognised, and the winner is officially crowned as world champion. The cream of Thailand’s talent takes on the seven best fighters from the rest of the world in an 8-man tournament that is the climax of the muaythai season.

Victory here is the pinnacle of any fighter’s career.

As the sun sets on H.M. the King’s birthday’s festivities, eager spectators gather in Bangkok’s historical Sanam Luang (the Royal Field) in front of the spectacular setting of Wat Phra Kaew (the temple of the Emerald Buddha), which is the most important and beautiful temple in Bangkok. The sights, sounds and electric atmosphere of the King’s Cup make for an unforgettable occasion that has to be experienced to be believed. An ocean of candles light up the night as the atmosphere builds in anticipation of the main event, which starts at 8pm. When the fighters appear, a crowd of 300,000 fervent fans erupt into a crescendo of noise as the action begins.

Local pride is at stake as Thailand’s finest does battle with the leading contenders from around the globe for the title of world champion in the spiritual home of this noble sport.


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