Yolanda Schmidt out of New South Wales jets to Western Australia to take on local Emma Graham.
Yolanda Schmidt and Emma Graham will challenge for the WKN Australian title. The bout features on the main card at Nemesis 10 fight show on Saturday May 23, 2015 at Kingsway Stadium, Madeley, WA. The super flyweight championship will go ahead under full muaythai rules at five by two minutes rounds.
Yolanda Schmidt aka “The Springbok” is a 25-year-old muaythai competitor. She is fighting out of the Photajaroen Fight Gym in Gladesville, NSW. Schmidt currently states the record of ten wins out of twelve bouts.
Western Australia’s Emma Graham is a 32-years-old fighter. She represents Thai Boxing Pit, under the patronage of Blair Smith. Graham is victorious in twelve bouts out of fifteen total challenges.
Nemesis 10 is the “Battle of the Continents”
The event is a pure muaythai show. In the main event Australian Mitchell Seth faces off Alexei Petroulias of Greece for the WKN intercontinental title. The show puts together an outstanding muaythai programme that Perth has seen in five years, witnessing Nathan ‘Carnage’ Corbett in action.
The main card includes Millad Farzad and Mark Sarracino taking on Thai Diesellek and Parviz Iskenderov from Belarus. Carleigh Crawford-O’Meagher is fighting Stephanie Glew. Walter Lara takes on Damon Nelson in the junior title clash.
WKN Muay Thai Intercontinental Championship – 64.400kg / 5x3mn
Mitchell Seth (Australia) vs Alexei Petroulias (Greece)
WKN Muay Thai International Super Fight / 75kg / 5x3mn
Millad Farzad (Australia) vs Diesellek Soot Raaeng Geert (Thailand)
WKN Muay Thai International Super Fight – 66.700kg / 5x2mn
Mark Sarracino (Australia) vs Parviz Iskenderov (Belarus)
WKN Muay Thai Female Australia National Championship – 66.700kg / 5x2mn
Carleigh Crawford-O’Meagher (WA) vs Steph Glew (WA)
WKN Muay Thai Female Australia National Championship -54.900kg / 5x2mn
Emma Graham (Western Australia) vs Yolanda Schmidt (New South Wales)
WKN Muay Thai Junior WA State Super Championship -62,100 Kg / 5x2mn
Walter Lara (WA) vs Damon Nelson (WA)