Domination Muay Thai 20: Lottering vs. Vlattas
Domination Muay Thai 20: Lottering vs. Vlattas

Domination Muay Thai 20 takes place at the Serpentine Jarrahdale Recreation Centre in Byford (Perth), WA on Saturday June 2. The event marks the return of World Championship to Australia, featuring a series of bouts with local and international competitors.

The previously announced Perth middleweight Stephan Lottering got an opponent coming from New South Wales. Going through the ropes in his home town, he faces Michael Vlattas of Sydney. The resume of the latter includes the battles against Brock McRobb, Chris Drummond, among others.

The Lottering vs. Vlattas bout is scheduled for three rounds. The contest is featured on the undercard.

Domination Muay Thai 20 is headlined by Australian Toby Smith up against Sam Gough of England. The pair contests for WKN World Middleweight title.

The co-main event is WKN Australian Lightweight championship between Roy Wills and Jordan Godtfredsen. The winner earns a World Title shot at the future event.

Also on the card Alex James squares off against Alex Roberts at heavyweight, and Mitchell Walker battles out against Misagh Norouzi at catchweight with the limit of 74 kg. The current line up can be found below.

Domination Muay Thai 20 fight card

Main card
Middleweight Toby Smith vs. Sam Gough
Lightweight Roy Wills vs. Jordan Godtfredsen
Super Lightweight Tyler Hardcastle vs. Puk Bailey’s
Super Lightweight Bank Kao Sok vs. Conrado Furlan
Super lightweight Gary Cairns vs. Mitch Holder
Lightweight Ben Cant vs. Duk Bailey’s
Heavyweight Alex ‘Husqvarna’ Roberts vs. Alex James

Preliminary card
Middleweight Stephan Lottering vs. Michael Vlattas
Catchweight (74 kg) Misagh Norouzi vs. Mitchell Walker
Super Featherweight Eddy Duva vs. Stephan Kirk
Catchweight (63.5 – 65 kg) Leo Nguyen vs. TBA
Bantamweight Cian Logheed vs. Jason Tran
Lightweight Dave Flanagan vs. Craig Hearden
Bantamweight Dylan Thorpe vs. Drew Hedley

Parviz Iskenderov
Parviz Iskenderov is a Muay Thai fighter from Perth, Australia. He is a former National champion of Belarus, and also a finalist of IFMA European Cup. He is an editor and journalist at FIGHTMAG. Iskenderov is also the World Kickboxing Network (WKN) international coordinator for Australia.

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