This week the World Lethwei Championship 10 was held in Burma, where one of the most brutal flogging knockouts ever seen in contact disciplines was recorded.
Lethwei, colloquially known as “Burmese boxing,” is a martial art in which, in addition to competing with bare knuckles (as in the bare-knuckle ), headings are legal, which is why it is known as the “art of the nine extremities”.
Brutal start to WLC 10. Soe Win Than dumps Thein Soe on his head for the KO in less than 30 seconds. #FearlessTigers
— caposa (@Grabaka_Hitman) October 4, 2019
In the contest that opened the Preliminary Billboard of WLC 10, Soe Win Than ended his opponent, Thein Soen, with a scourge just thirty seconds after the first assault.
The WLC has an agreement with ONE Championship and its events are transmitted through the UFC streaming platform, Fight Pass.