PAST IKF
AMATEUR CHAMPIONS

This directory was created to give respect to the Past IKF AMATEUR Champions & Their Trainers.
It is also to discredit those claiming to be past IKF AMATEUR Champions that are not.

If not listed here, or in the Current IKF World Rankings,
they were NEVER an IKF AMATEUR Champion.



- ALL Champions are listed in Alphabetical Order -

FOR ALL PAST IKF AMATEUR TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS - CLICK HERE


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  • Ed Abasolo
    Benicia, California, USA, 9-1/3, 154.2, 5'10", 10-25-86, Trey Howard
    • IKF Amateur FULL Muay Thai Rules Light Middleweight WORLD Champion
      • Won thie title on January 15th, 2012 in Sacramento, California, USA when he defeated Damien Earl by TKO at 1:04 of round 5.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: June 29th, 2012, Sacramento, California, USA: Lost to Aleksander Naumaski by unanimous decision, 49-47 on all three cards.
      • PHOTO --- PHOTO
      • Last Update: 7-15-12

  • Ed Abasolo
    Benicia, California, USA, 7-0/2, 158.4, 5'10", 10-25-86, Trey Howard
    • IKF Amateur FULL Muay Thai Rules Light Middleweight USA Champion
      • September 2nd, 2011, Sacramento, California, USA: Defeated Quincy Schoemann by unanimous decision, 50-45, 49-26 & 50-45.
      • PHOTO
      • The IKF retired Abasolo's title when he won the next title up in the same weightclass, the WORLD TITLE, on January 15th, 2012 in Sacramento, California, USA.
      • Last Update: 1-23-12

  • Ed Abasolo
    Vallejo, California, USA, 4-0, 159, 5'10", 10-25-86, Trey Howard
    • IKF Amateur FULL Muay Thai Rules California State Light Middleweight Champion
      • April 30th, 2011, Lincoln, California, USA, AK Promotions' "Rumble In The Valley", Defeated Brooks Hurd by TKO at :31 seconds of round 2.
      • The IKF retired Abasolo's title when he won the next title up in the same weightclass, the West Coast title, on July 1st, 2011.
      • Last Update: 7-4-11.

  • Ed Abasolo
    Vallejo, California, USA, 5-0, 159, 5'10", 10-25-86, Trey Howard
    • IKF Amateur FULL Muay Thai Rules West Coast Light Middleweight Champion
      • July 1st, 2011, Sacramento, California, USA, AK Promotions IKF KICKBOXING, Defeated Nick Balestra by unanimous decision, 50-45 on all 3 judges cards.
      • The IKF retired Abasolo's title when he won the United States Title in the same weightclass on September 2nd, 2011.
      • Last Update: 7-4-11.




  • Mike "The Mighty Atom" Adams
    Martinez, Georgia, USA, Mike Carlson
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules East Coast Featherweight Champion
      • Berkoluyko won his title on May 2nd, 1998 in Augusta, Georgia, USA when he defeated Jerry Grove of Indiana, USA by Knockout 57 seconds into round 2.
      • Adams' Title was Retired by the IKF on October 27th, 2003 when the IKF concluded that he was inactive.
      • Last Update: 10-27-03.


  • Simon Akufo
    Birmingham, England, 3-2/3, 67.8kg, 5'10", 10-23-81, Kash Gill
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Super Welterweight British Champion
      • Simon won his IKF title on February 5th, 2005 in Liverpool, England when he defeated Andy Webb of Liverpool, England by unanimous decision.
      • Simon's title was retired when he turned professional.
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 1-10-08.


  • Avery Albrightson (VILCHE)
    Redding, California, USA, Dan Verdugo
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Woman's Amateur International Rules United States Featherweight Title
      • Albrightson defeated Lapin Padilla of Albq. New Mexico, USA by majority decision, 47-45, 46-46 & 46-45. The bout was at Parson's Gym in Redding, California, USA on November 13th, 1993.
      • Albrightson later retired due to some injuries, but always wanted to fight again. Which she did in MMA in 2007.
        • *6-15-09: It was discovered that Avery Albrightson had 1 loss on her record on May 12, 1992 at the Tacoma's Bicentennial Pavilion, to Margaret McGregor of Bremerton for the WKA U.S. Women's Lightweight title by a TKO in round 3.
          HOWEVER, at the time, Margaret McGregor was a Pro Kickboxer having already fought Kim Messer, defeating her in 1992. For this reason, the loss on Albrightson record was ruled a "No contest" since it was booked as an Amateur bout back then.
      • Avery received her BA in Physical Education in 1992. She is the creator of Psychocise exercise video. She has won Amateur titles in both boxing ( Former Golden Gloves amateur boxer ) and kickboxing and medals in the World Eskimo Indian Olympics.
      • MORE INFO
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      • In 1999 she started fighting in Pro MMA: Avery Vilche
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 6-15-09.


  • Jorden Allan
    Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, 13-8-1/2, 132, 5'5", 6-17-87, Mitz Bandiera
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules North American Lightweight Champion
      • November 15th, 2008, Mounds View, Minnesota, USA: Defeated Dee Jay Jones of New Brighton, Minnesota, USA by Unanimous Decision, 48-47, 48-47, 48-47.
      • Allan's title was retired when he won the IKF FCR Lightweight WORLD Title.
      • Last Update: 11-19-09.


  • Sam Allan
    Allanton, Shotts, Scotland, 13-3/0, 68kg, 5'6", 12-77-90, Scott Allan
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules British Super Welterweight Champion
      • Allan won his title on February 22nd, 2009 in Kent, England, TKO PROMOTIONS' "The Empire Strikes Back" when he defeated Tom Cunningham by unanimous decision, 50-44, 50-44, 50-44.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: DATE? Defended Shaun Law. Date and details of bout never provided by IKF England.
      • Allan's title was retired when IKF was informed he had retired.
      • Last Update: 3-16-11.


  • Ricky Almondia
    San Jose, California, USA, 6-1/1, 148, 5'6", 12-10-79, Cung Le
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules California State Super Welterweight Title.
      • March 26th, 2005, Fairfield, California, USA: Defeated Julian Lugo Jr. by majority decision 38-38, 40-36 & 39-37.
      • Almondia's amateur title was retired when he fought Professional Mixed Martial Arts.
      • Last Update: 9-9-2007.


  • Kristina Alvarez
    San Diego, California, USA, 6-1/2, 135, 5'8", 3-21-90, Alex Palma, PHOTO
    • IKF Amateur Women's Modified Muay Thai Rules West Coast State Super Lightweight Title.
      • Alvarez won her title on August 14th, 2010 in San Mateo, California, USA when she defeated Katie Toliao by Unanimous Decision, 39-35, 38-37 and 38-37.
      • Alvarez's amateur title was retired when she Sandra Bastian in Canada on January 28, 2012 in a Pro Muay Thai bout, making her a professional fighter.
      • Last Update: 1-31-12.


  • Daniel Ancheta ( Anchetta )
    Athens, Georgia, USA, 3-3/0, AMMA: 4-2,175, 5'11", 3-6-77, Scott Hicks, (706) 296-1456
    • IKF Amateur International Rules South East U.S. Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Daniel won his title on December 9th, 2001 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA when he defeated Will Ivey by majority decision, 38-38, 39-36 & 39-37.
      • Daniel amateur title was retired when he fought Professional Mixed Martial Arts.
      • Last Update: 6-1-11


  • Chuck "The Bulldog" Anderson
    Hinckley, Minnesota, USA, 7-1, 157, 5'6, 1-2-91, Bobby Anderson
    • IKF "Junior Amateur" Full Contact Rules Minnesota Light Middleweight State Champion
      • Saturday, September 29th, 2007, Hinckley, Minnesota, USA: Defeated Scott Legus, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA by Split decision, 28-29, 28-29, 29-28.
      • Anderson's "Junior Amateur" title was retired when he turned 18
      • Last Update: 12-15-09.

  • Chuck "The Bulldog" Anderson
    Hinckley, Minnesota, USA, 7-1, 157, 5'6, 1-2-91, Bobby Anderson
    • IKF "Junior Amateur" Full Contact Rules Minnesota State Middleweight Champion
      • March 10th, 2007, Grand Casino, Hinkley, Minnesota, USA: Defeated Cody Runquist by unanimous decision 40-35, 40-35, 40-35.
      • Anderson's "Junior Amateur" title was retired when he turned 18
      • Last Update: 12-15-09.


  • Jesus Andrade
    Delano, California, USA, 10-3-1, Abe Belardo
    • IKF Amateur International Rules United States Featherweight Title
      • Andrade defeated Keopheth Sychanthavong of Fresno, CA, USA, by unanimous decision, 48-47, 48-47 & 49-46. The bout was at Strongbow Stadium in Bakersfield, CA, USA on April, 30th, 1994
      • First Defense: Andrade Defeated John (Rico) Washington of Bakersfield, CA, USA by split Decision, 47-48, 49-46 & 48-47. The bout was at Red Lion Inn, Bakersfield, CA, USA on February 26th, 1995
      • Second Defense: Andrade Defeated Keo Synchanthavong of Fresno, CA, USA by Unanimous Decision, 48-45, 48-45 & 48-45. The bout was at Ringside Gym, Fresno, CA, USA on May 13th, 1995.
      • Third Defense: Andrade's opponent, Billy Olsen of Santa Rosa, CA, USA backed out of the bout the day of the event. September 1998.
    • Andrade still held his title until he was Forced to retire according to Trainer Abe Belardo due to a severe heart condition.
    • Last Update: 7-2-99.


  • Diana Apresa - Formally Diana PEREZ
    Cottonwood, Arizona, USA, 6-6/1, 110, 5'3", 10-8-86, Richard Williams & Clifford Larson
    • IKF Amateur International Rules South Mountain Region Atomweight Champion
      • Diana won her title on April 12th, 2003 in Camp Verde, Arizona, USA when she defeated Jody Esquibel of Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA by Split Decision.
      • Arenal's title was retired when the IKF was informed she had retired.
      • Last Update: 2-7-11.




  • Peter Arbeau,
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada, A: 35-11-1/5, 160, 6', 9-11-86, Mike Miles
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules Light Middleweight Intercontinental Champion
      • Arbeau won his title on October 16th, 2009, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Defeated Takashi Goto by Unanimous Decision.
      • Arbeau title was retired by his trainer on February 8th, 2013 informing the IKF he had turned Pro at the end of 2012.
      • Last Update: 2-11-13.


  • T.J. Arcangel
    San Francisco, California, USA, 7-1, 139, 5'6", 10-24-88, Sam Phimsoutham
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules Light Welterweight California Champion
      • Arcangel won his title on November 22nd, 2009, Sacramento, California, USA when he defeated Jimmy Machado Concord, California, USA by unanimous decision, 40-36, 39-37 & 39-37.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: February 12th, 2010 in Sacramento, California, USA, AK Promotions' "IKF KICKBOXING".
        Defended title as won on the scale when challenger Tyler Cronin failed to make the 142 weight, weighing in at 144.
        The two fought anyway, without the title on the line and Arcangel won by unanimous decision, 29-28 on all 3 judges cards.
      • Arcangel retired this title on October 8th, 2010 when he fought for and won the vacant IKF Light Welterweight West Coast Title.
      • Last Update: 10-11-10.


  • T.J. Arcangel
    San Francisco, California, USA, 7-1, 139, 5'6", 10-24-88, Sam Phimsoutham
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules Light Welterweight West Coast Champion
      • Arcangel won his title on October 8th, 2010, Sacramento, California, USA, AK Promotions and Tommy T's IKF KICKBOXING when he Defeated Gary Archuletta by unanimous decision, 50-44 on all 3 judges scorecards.
      • Arcangel retired this title on October 8th, 2011 when he fought for and won the vacant IKF Light Welterweight World Title.
      • Last Update: 10-24-11.




  • Tristan Arenal
    Milpitas, California, USA, 4-0, 159, 5'10", 3-6-85, Rudi Ott
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Middleweight California Champion
      • Arenal won his title on November 22nd, 2009 in Sacramento, California, USA when he defeated Jon Pryor by unanimous decision, 40-36, 40-36 & 40-37.
      • Arenal's title was retired in May of 2010 when he fought as a Pro MMA Fighter.
      • Last Update: 8-23-10.




  • Kevin Arceo
    San Francisco, California, USA
    11-2/0, 150, 5'7", 3-2-82, World Team USA, (415) 333-3496, - (6-1-11)
    • IKF Amateur Full Muay Thai Rules United States Welterweight Champion
      • Arceo won his title on May 21st, 2011, San Francisco, California, USA, Sam Phimsoutham's "LEGENDS" BATTLE IN THE BAY when he defeated Nick Baletera by unanimous decision, 48-47 on all 3 judges cards.
      • Arceo title was retired by the IKF when they were informed he went to the milatary.
      • PHOTO
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      • Last Update: 11-9-11.





  • Kevin Arceo
    San Francisco, California, USA
    11-2/0, 144.5, 5'7", 3-2-82, World Team USA, (415) 333-3496, - (6-1-11)
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules California Super Welterweight Champion
      • Arceo won his title on July 11th, 2009, Phantom Promotions' "Fight Night At The Fox II", Redwood City, California, USA when he defeated John Kusaba by majority decision, 40-36, 39-37 and 38-38.
      • Arceo title was retired by the IKF when they were informed he went to the milatary.
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 11-9-11.


  • Sevda Arif
    Masters Academy, England, 3-0
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Bantamweight English Champion
      • Arif won her title on February 24th, 2008 - Kent, England: Defeated Carla Jessup (TKO) by majority decision: 50-45, 47-47, 49-46.
      • Ash's title was retired by the IKF when they were informed she had moved down in weight.
      • Last Update: 3-16-11.


  • Dan Ash
    Mountain View, California, USA, 8-3-2/0, 137, 5'7", 7-25-76, Derek Yuen
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Super Lightweight California Champion
      • Ash won his title on February 25th, 2006 in Fairfield, California, USA. Defeated Travis Garlitts of Pacoima, California, USA by unanimous decision 40-36, 39-37 & 39-37.
      • Ash's title was retired by the IKF when he won the IKF Amateur MTR Super Lightweight World Title on October 24th, 2009 in Richmond, California, USA
      • Last Update: 12-1-09.


  • Victor Avalos
    Tempe, Arizona, USA, 4-0/2, 143, 5'5", 10-18-85, Trevor Lally
    • IKF Amateur International Rules South Mountain Regional Welterweight Champion
      • Avalos won his title on April 29th, 2006 at the Yavapia Apache Nation in Camp Verde, Arizona, USA when he defeated Isreal Rodriquez of Las Cruces, New Mexico, USA by TKO at 1:14 of round 4.
      • IKF retired his title on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13.


  • Kate Ayling
    Maidstone, Kent England, 5-2, 144, Colin Payne
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Southern England Area Welterweight Champion
      • Ayling won her title on March, 2002 in Brighton, England when she defeated Susie Parsons of Hove, Brighton England by unanimous decision.
      • Ayling title was retired by the IKF on September 23rd, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 9-23-13.





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  • Mike Baldwin
    Denver, Colorado, USA, 7-2/4, 144, 5'8", 23, 5-19-81, Keith Schmelzer
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules USA National Welterweight Champion
      • Baldwin won his title on April 3rd, 2004 in Denver, Colorado, USA when he defeated Ryan Farthingham of Wyoming, USA at :53 seconds into round 1 when Baldwin landed a high head kick on Farthingham's for a first round KO.
      • Baldwin's title was retired by the IKF when he fought his first Professional bout on June 4th, 2005.
      • Last Update: 6-9-05.


  • Frank "LoneWolf" Bamford
    Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 11-4-1/?, 192, 6'1", 44, Team Kongnapa
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules US Southwest Regional Cruiserweight Champion
      • Bamford won his title on June 14th, 2008 in Camp Verde, Arizona, USA when he defeated Eduardo Rio's by "Head Kick KO" at :33 seconds of round 3.
      • Bamford's title was retired by the IKF on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13.


  • Brandon Banda
    Concord, California, USA, 8-1-1/1, 178, 6'1", 9-15-78, John Mushaney
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules California State Light Heavyweight Champion
      • May 23rd, 2003, Stockton, California, USA: Defeated Derek Yuen by unanimous decision 40-36, 40-36 & 39-37.
      • Banda's title was retired by the IKF when he fought his first Professional bout.
      • Last Update: 8-26-08.


  • J. R. Barnard
    Hinesville, Georgia, USA, Keith Jackson
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules East Coast Light Welterweight Champion
      • Barnard won his title on May 2nd, 1998 in Augusta, Georgia, USA when he Defeated Rich Drake of Indiana by Majority Decision.
      • Barnard's Title was Retired by the IKF on October 27th, 2003 when the IKF concluded that he was inactive.
      • Last Update: 10-27-03.


  • Iman Barlow
    Melton Mowbray, England, 58-1, 1983, Mark Barlow.
    • Junior Amateur Girls Full Contact Rules European Middleweight Title
      • Barlow won her IKF title on November 16th, 2002 in Melton Mowbray England when she defeated Donna Price, of Wales by Unanimous Decision.
      • Barlow's "JUNIOR" (Ages 8-17) titles were retired when she turned 18.
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      • Last Update: 11-30-11



  • Iman Barlow
    Melton Mowbray, England, 58-1, 1983, Mark Barlow.
    • Junior Amateur Girls Muay Thai Rules British Featherweight Title
      • It is unknow when and where Barlow first won this title due to bad reporting by former IKF European Director Alby Bimpson.
      • DEFENSE: Barlow succefully defended this title on June 23rd, 2002 in Barcelona, Liverpool, England when she defeated Jessica Isaac by majority decision.
      • Barlow's "JUNIOR" (Ages 8-17) titles were retired when she turned 18.
      • PHOTO
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      • Last Update: 11-30-11




  • Jaime Baron ( Kirkpatrick )
    Cool, California, USA, KB: 3-2-1/2, AM BX: 2 X Golden Gloves Boxing Champion, 5'1", 110, 20, Greg Kirkpatrick
    • IKF Amateur Woman's Full Contact Rules California Atomweight Champion
      • Baron won her IKF title on May 9th, 1998 in San Francisco, California, USA over Angie Fields of Modesto, California, USA by TKO at 1:37 of round 1.
      • Baron continued to compete in amateur boxing for a couple of years until retiring from the ring to be a boxing and kickboxing coach at Ringside Gym at the IKF World Headquarters.
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 1-12-06.




  • Anthony "Powerhouse" Bartinelli
    Phoenix, Arizona, USA, Clement Vierra
    • IKF Amateur International Rules United States Middleweight Champion
    • Bartinelli won his title on March 4th, 1999 in Phoenix, Arizona, USA by KO at 1:55 of round 4 over Adam Rogers of Seaside, California, USA.
    • Bartinelli Voluntarily vacated his title on 10-18-99 to move into the Pro Full Contact Rule Rankings.
    • Last Update: 10-18-99.



  • Billy Beach
    Citrus Heights, California, USA, 7-0/2, 5'9", 135, 19, Nasser Niavaroni
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Super Lightweight Title.
      • Beach defeated Ton Saephan of Roseville, California on November 7th, 1998 by Majority decision at the Medford Armory in Medford, Oregon, USA.
      • Beach was retired by his trainer, Nasser Niavaroni in 2000.
      • Last Update: 9-26-2000.


  • Josh Beauregard
    New York, New York, USA, 9-0/0, 165, 5'10", 7-4-77, David Ross
    • IKF Amateur San Shou Rules United States Middleweight Champion
      • Beauregard won his title on July 24th, 2004 in San Jose, California, USA when he defeated Kevin Ruelas of San Jose, California by split Decision.
      • Beauregard's title was retired on October 11th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 10-11-13


  • Dan Behl
    Santa Rosa, CA, USA, 5-3/5, 5'8", 180, 36, Mike Duvall
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules California Light Cruiserweight Title
      • Behl defeated Mike Dougherty of Loomis, CA, USA, by TKO at 1:21 of round 3. The bout was at Watsonville High School in Watsonville, CA, USA on February 26th, 1994.
      • Behl has been challenged by Dougherty twice for a re-match but it never happened. On both challenges, Behl had to cancel because of an arm injury. Because of the injury, he was forced to retired from lickboxing and is now a successful trainer.
      • Last Update: 1-25-01.


  • Vanessa Bellegarde
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 21-4-3, 120, 5'3", 1976, Mike Miles.
    • IKF Amateur International Rules North American Flyweight Champion
      • Bellegarde won her title on August 23rd, 1998 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada when she defeated Mercedes Medina by unanimous decision.
      • Bellegarde Title was Retired by her trainer when she retired from fighting.
      • Last Update: 1-20-01.


  • Steven Berkoluyko
    Brooklyn, New York, USA, Vladimir Borodin
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules United States Light Middleweight Champion
      • Berkoluyko won his title in November of 1998 at Council Bluffs Iowa over Nathan Clemens of Mertle Beach, South Carolina.
      • Berkoluyko's Title was Retired by the IKF on May 18th after we discovered he had fought several Pro bouts over the last year. His stats as an amateur were 7 wins, 3 loses, 1 draw and 5 KO/TKO's. He was 5'11", 152 lbs and 18 when he won his title.
      • Last Update: 5-18-00.


  • Rick "The Destroyer" Bloyer
    Beloit, Wisconsin, USA, 8-2/5, 6'2", 235, Pete Hetrick
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules MidWest US Super Heavyweight Champion.
      • Bloyer won his Title when he defeated Angelo Riverra of Illinois, USA on May 27th, 2000 in Beloit, Wisconsin, USA.
      • Bloyer's title was retired when he turned Professional in November of 2004.
      • Last Update: 11-29-2004.


  • Debi Bonomini
    Redding, CA, USA, Dan Verdugo
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States Woman's Atomweight Title
      • Bonomini became the First Woman's Amateur IKF Female Champion by defeating Robyn Lopez of Phoenix Arizona by unanimous decision 49-46, 49-46 & 48-47. The bout was at Parson's Gym in Redding, CA, USA on November 13th, 1993.
      • Bonomini later retired.
      • Last Update: 7-24-98.


  • Patrick Bowsher
    Calgary, Alberta Canada, 19-2-2/12, 5'10", 186, Mike Miles
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Light Cruiserweight Intercontinental Champion
      • Bowsher won his title on November 1st, 1997 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada when he defeated Kim In Sik of Korea by TKO round 2.
      • Bowsher title was retired by his trainer on April 14th, 2005.
      • Last Update: 4-14-2005.


  • Craig Bradford
    Paisley, Scotland
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Scotland Middleweight Title
      • June 11th, 2005, Paisley, Glasgow, Scotland: Defeated Steve Kitchner, Aberdeen, Scotland by TKO at 1:48 of round 1.
      • Title was retired when he turned Professional.
      • Last Update: 9-24-2007.


  • Mark Brennan
    Simpsonville, South Carolina, USA, 9-3-2/1, 5'11", 175, 28, Ray Thompson.
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules East Coast U.S. Champion.
      • Mark won his title by "Forfeit" when his opponent didn't show up to the 1999 AUGUSTA SUPERFIGHT on April 17, 1999 at Fort Gordon in Augusta, Georgia.
      • Mark's Trainer retired his title due to inactivity on 10-12-01.
      • Last Update: 10-12-01.


  • Mike Brent
    Plymouth, England, 7-1-1, 64.4kg, 5'8", 02-11-80, Jimmy Hamilton
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules English Lightweight Champion.
      • Brent won his IKF Title on September 19th, 2010 in Plymouth, England, Absolute Adrenaline & Jim Hamilton's "Bulls On Parade 2" when he defeated Dean Alexander by Split Decision, 48-47, 48-47, 47-49.
      • IKF retired his title after it was announced he was retired.
      • Last Update: 11-16-11


  • Aidan Brooks
    Dublin, Ireland, 11-5/5, 95kg, 5'10", 2-4-75, Pete Foley
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Cruiserweight WORLD Champion.
      • Brooks won his title on March 12th, 2011 in Galway, Ireland by forfeit when his opponent Miletic Nenadof Serbia was unable to get through security as he didn't have the required visa to enter Ireland.
      • IKF retired his title after he turned Pro.
      • Last Update: 4-1-12

  • Aidan Brooks
    Dublin, Ireland, 10-5/5, 95kg, 5'10", 2-4-75, Pete Foley
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules European Heavyweight Champion
      • Brooks won his title on December 13th, 2008 at the Black Box Theatre in Galway, Ireland when he defeated Jean Claude Albina by TKO in round 3.
      • IKF retired his title after he turned Pro.
      • Last Update: 4-1-12


  • Jim "KIDLOT" Brown
    Sacramento, CA, USA, Dannie Stell
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States Cruiserweight Title
      • Brown was the First EVER IKF Champion.
        He won his bout by TKO :56 seconds into the 3rd round over Ken "Mad Dog" Morgan of Long Beach, CA, USA. The event was at Roseville Fairgrounds, Roseville, CA, USA on August 1st, 1992.
      • Brown retired from kickboxing and became a school teacher.
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 4-5-07.


  • Josh Buamgardner
    Waterloo, Iowa, USA, 4-1, PMMA: 12-5, AMMA: 0-4, 153, 6'1", Russ O'Connell
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Iowa State Super Welterweight Champion
      • Buamgardner won his title on October 7, 2006, Kickfest 11, Waterloo, Iowa, USA: Defeated Adam Brown by unanimous decision.
      • IKF retired his Amateur title when he turned Pro in MMA in *2006.
        • (*) There was also some questions whether or not he had already fought as a Pro MMA Fighter prior to winning this Amateur Title.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13.


  • Rob Burbridge
    Kent, England, 9-2, 78kg, 6'2", Colin Payne
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Southern Area Super Middleweight English Champion
      • Burbridge won his title on February 22nd, 2009 in Kent, England, TKO PROMOTIONS' "The Empire Strikes Back" when he defeated Darren Trustram by unanimous decision, 45-50, 46-49, 45-50.
      • Burbridge title was retired when he won the IKF 5 nations title on May 10th, 2009.
      • Last Update: 11-20-09.


  • Audrius Budrhys
    Bridgwater, England, 7-0, 78.5, 5'10", 17-12-81, Arthur Meek
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Southern Area Light Heavyweight English Champion
      • FIRST WON TITLE: October 17th, 2009 on Absolute Adrenaline "Hardcore" in Salisbury England: Defeated Ben Grant by unanimous decision 49-48, 49-48, 49-47.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: March 6th, 2010 - Dorchester, England: Defeated Petr Kosnar by unanimous decision, 50-46, 50-47, 50-46.
      • SECOND DEFENSE: June 5th, 2010, Bridgwater, England: Defeated Carl Mallinson by split decision, 47-49, 48-47, 48-47.
      • Budrhys title was retired due to inactivity (Retired) in 2012.
      • Last Update: 12-1-12.


  • Derrick Burnsed
    Citrus Heights, California, USA, 9-2-1/2, 172, 5'8", 6-9-80, Dave Marinoble
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules California State Super Middleweight Champion
      • Burnsed won his title on April 26th, 2003 in Fairfield, California, USA when he defeated Bobby Barnes of Santa Rosa, California, USA by unanimous decision 39-36, 40-35 and 39-36.
      • His trainer later retired his title when Burnsed retired from fighting.
      • Last Update: 4-14-2005.


  • Randy "BUZZMAN" Bussart
    Fairfield, California, USA, Jacob "STITCH" Duran
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States Light Middleweight Title
      • WON TITLE: October 17th, 1992, Solano College, Fairfield, California: Bussart defeated Noe Apilado of Concord, California, USA by TKO at :48 seconds of round 2.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: January 30th, 1993, Travis Air Force Base, Fairfield, California, USA: Successfully defended his title by unanimous decision over Cary Nathan of Sacramento, California, USA, 50-45, 50-45 and 49- 46.
      • Bussart later turned pro and won the
        • IKF PRO California Super Welterweight Title and the
        • IKF PRO United States FCR Welterweight Title.
          • He retired the following year after winning the IKF USA Title.
      • Last Update: 9-28-11.
      • PHOTO

  • Randy "BUZZMAN" Bussart
    Fairfield, California, USA, Jacob "STITCH" Duran
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States Super Welterweight Title
      • WON TITLE: March 26th, 1994, San Francisco, California, USA: Bussart won this title won By Technical Decision at :44 of Round 3 over Jeramiah Foster.
        • In the 3rd round, Bussart was charging opponent Jeramiah Foster (152 - Kansas City - 3-1) and as Bussart went to throw a round kick, Foster ducked straight down and Bussart's knee hit him in the eye. The strike caused a severe cut on Foster's eyelid and the doctor stopped the bout. Since the knee was accidental, the California State Athletic Commission and the IKF ruled to go back to the scorecards for the first 2 rounds. Bussart was ahead, 20-18 on all the cards giving him the win.
      • Bussart later turned pro and won the
        • IKF PRO California Super Welterweight Title and the
        • IKF PRO United States FCR Welterweight Title.
          • He retired the following year after winning the IKF USA Title.
      • Last Update: 9-28-11.


  • Conner Butler
    London, England - Additional Stats Never Given To IKF
    • IKF Junior Amateur Muay Thai Rules Junior Bantamweight British Champion
      • Butler won his title on December 8th, 2007 in Birmingham / Milton Keyne, England when he defeated Sohan Akram ( Birmingham ) by decision.
      • IKF retired his title on December 10th, 2013 because he never sent in ANY of his fighter stats.
        The Note: "IKF NEEDS ALL YOUR STATS TO RANK PROPERLY" - Had been listed with his ranking SINCE he won the title, with no reply.
      • Last Update: 12-10-2013.




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  • Chantelle Cameron
    Kent, England, 14-1, AB: 20-1, 64kg, 5'7", 5-14-91, Colin Payne
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Light Welterweightweight 5 Nations Champion
      • Chantelle won her title on December 13th, 2008 at the Black Box Theatre in Galway, Ireland when she defeated Donna Larkin by unanimous decision, 50-45, 50-45 50-45.
      • First Defense: February 22nd, 2009, Casino Rooms, Rochester, England: Defeated Karen Evans (Wales) by TKO in round 2.
      • Second Defense: May 10th, 2009, Amadeus Nightclub, Rochester, England: Defeated Amy Charles (Ireland) by Unanimous decision, 45-50, 45-50, 45-50.
      • Third Defense: March 13th, 2010, Telford, England, Bailang Promotions: Defeated Danielle Kudmany (London, England) by TKO in round 4.
      • Chantelle also won the 2008 IKF world Tournament Title - PHOTO
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      • Last Update 9-23-13

  • Chantelle Cameron
    Kent, England, 14-1, AB: 20-1, 64kg, 5'7", 5-14-91, Colin Payne
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Super Lightweightweight British Champion
      • Chantelle won her title on September 6th, 2009 in Rochester Kent, England when she defeated Stacey Dougherty by unanimous decision, 49-47, 50-45, 50-45.
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      • Last Update 9-23-13


  • Chris Cariaso
    San Francisco, California, USA, 10-3/2, 137, 5'4", 5-27-81, Bunkerd Faphiamai
    • IKF Amateur San Shou Rules United States Super Lightweight Champion
      • Defeated Ed Carpio of San Jose, California by Split Decision on July 24th, 2004 in San jose, California, USA.
      • IKF Retired Cariaso's Amateur title when they discovered he had fought as a Pro MMA Fighter.
      • Chris won the ISCF Pro MMA World Title on October 24th, 2009 in Richmond, California, USA when he defeated Rolando Velasco by TKO at 3:17 of round 2 due to strikes.
      • Last Update 4-23-10.


  • Gabriel Carrasco
    San Jose, California, USA, 12-0, AMMA: 1-0, 143, 5'7", 12-31-81, Derek Yuen
    • IKF Amateur Full Muay Thai Rules United States Champion
      • Carrasco won his title on July 2nd, 2010 in Sacramento, California, USA, AK Promotions and Tommy T's "IKF KICKBOXING" when he defeated T.J. Arcangle (San Francisco, CA) by unanimous decision, 49-46, 50-45 & 49-46.
      • Carrasco trainer Derek Yuen retired Carrasco's title on March 24, 2011 saying Carrasco was turning Pro.
      • Last Update 4-2-11.

  • Gabriel Carrasco
    San Jose, California, USA, 12-0, AMMA: 1-0, 143, 5'7", 12-31-81, Derek Yuen
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules West Coast Welterweight Champion
      • Carrasco won his title on March 27th, 2009 at the Phantom Promotions', "Fight Night At The Fox" in Redwood City, California, USA when he defeated Kevin Arceo by KO at the end of the final round.
      • Carrasco trainer Derek Yuen retired Carrasco's title on November 10, 2010 saying the he wanted to focus on MMA 100%.
      • Last Update 10-18-10.


  • Rodolfo Carrillo
    Camp Verde, Arizona, USA, 4-1/1, 133, 5'7", 11-10-87, Richard Williams
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Southwest USA Lightweight Champion
      • Rodolfo won his title on April 24th, 2004, Campe Verde, Arizona, USA: Defeated Chris Fleming by unanimous decision, 40-35, 40-35 and 39-36.
      • IKF retured his title on 4-23-20 when they discovered he had retired from fighting.
      • Last Update 4-23-10.


  • Jenna Castilo
    San Jose, California, USA, 25-2/7, 122, 5'2", 5-5-82, Fairtex
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules World Bantamweight Champion
      • Jenna won her title on July 11th, 2009, Phantom Promotions' "Fight Night At The Fox II", Redwood City, California, USA when she defeated Gina Reyes by TKO when Reyes corner stopped the bout at the end of round 3.

      • FIRST DEFENSE: September 12th, 2009, Los Angeles, California, USA: Defeated Tiffany Connell by unanimous decision, 50-45, 50-46 and 50-46.

      • SECOND DEFENSE: August 14th, 2010, San Mateo, California, USA: Defeated Tiffany Van Soest by Unaminous Decision, 50-44, 49-45 and 49-45.

      • Jenna's Amateur Titles were retired on Saturday, January 29th, 2011 when she fought as a Pro MMA Fighter, defeating her opponent by KO in the first round.

      • Last Update 2-1-11.

  • Jenna Castilo
    San Jose, California, USA 25-2/7, 122, 5'2", 5-5-82, Cung Le
    • IKF Amateur San Shou Rules United States Featherweight Champion
      • Jenna won her title on July 24th, 2004 in San Jose, California, USA when she defeated Elizabeth DeCaussin of Los Angeles, California, USA by Unanimous Decision.
      • Jenna's Amateur Titles were retired on Saturday, January 29th, 2011 when she fought as a Pro MMA Fighter, defeating her opponent by KO in the first round.
      • Last Update 2-1-11.

  • Jenna Castilo
    San Jose, California, USA 22-2/6, 122, 5'2", 5-5-82, Cung Le
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules West Coast Bantamweight Champion
      • Jenna won her title on September 27th, 2003, Fairfield, California, USA by forfeit when her opponent Lynda Loyce did not make the weight for the title coming in 1.5 lbs. overweight. However the fight was fought and Loyce won by decision without the title on the line.
      • Last Update 7-14-09.

  • Jenna Castilo
    San Jose, California, USA 22-2/6, 122, 5'2", 5-5-82, Cung Le
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules United States Bantamweight Champion
      • Jenna won her title on July 21st, 2001 in San Jose, California, USA when she defeated Katie Meehan by TKO at 1:56 of round 2.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: Defeated Christine Yandolli by Unanimous Decision 4 rounds to 0 on all 3 judges cards on December 15th, 2001 in San Jose, California.
      • Jenna's Amateur Titles were retired on Saturday, January 29th, 2011 when she fought as a Pro MMA Fighter, defeating her opponent by KO in the first round.
      • Last Update 2-1-11.


  • "Savage" Rick Cheek
    Santa Rosa, California, USA, 10-0/9, 237, 6'4", 10-4-77, Billy Olson
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules California Super Heavyweight Champion
      • Rick won his title on March 26th, 2005, Fairfield, California, USA when he defeated Ben Davis by KO at :50 seconds of round 1.
      • Cheek retired his Amateur Title when he had his first pro bout on August 13th, 2005.
      • Last Update 12-22-07.


  • Max Chen
    San Jose, California, USA, via New York, New York, USA, 25-8/2, 154, 5'10", 10-12-80, Cung Le
    • IKF Amateur San Shou West Coast Middleweight Champion.
      • Chen won his title in San Jose, CA, USA, July 21st, when he defeated Matt Cateleta of Oakland, CA, USA by unanimous decision.
      • Chen's Amateur "WEST COAST" title was retired when the IKF was informed that he was now living in New York, USA.
      • Last Update: 7-27-05.

  • Max Chen
    San Jose, California, USA, via New York, New York, USA, 25-8/2, 154, 5'10", 10-12-80, Cung Le
    • IKF Amateur San Shou United States Light Middleweight Champion.
      • Chen won his title on July 23rd, 2005 in San Jose, California, USA when he defeated Ricardo Almondia by unanimous decision.
      • Chen's title was retired on October 11th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 10-11-13.


  • Vantha Chhim
    Modesto, California, USA, 6-3/0, 5'7", 127, 1-9-78, Gene Fields
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules California Featherweight Champion
      • Chhim won his IKF Title, on September 12th, 1998 when he defeated Billy Soksoda by majority decision.
      • Chhim's title was retired by the IKF since he is no longer active.
      • Last Update: 2-12-04.


  • Dan Chubb
    Rainham, Kent, England, 10-0/2, 68kg, 6', 4-13-81, Colin Payne
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Welterweight Southern Area Champion
      • WON TITLE: Date and opponent unknown.
      • DEFENSE: February 9th, 2009: Defeated Peter Muffett by unanimous decision.
      • Chubb's title was retired by the IKF when he turned pro in the Summer of 2009.
      • Chubb was also an IKF World Classic Champion in 2008.
      • Last Update: 8-12-09.


  • Chris Cichon
    St. Paul, Minnesota, USA, 17-6/4, 158, 6', 10-22-82, Justin Whiley
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Light Middleweight United States Champion
      • Cichon won his IKF Title on May 30th, 2008 in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, USA when he defeated Leroy Walters vis unanimous decision 50-43 all 3 judges.
      • Cichon's title was retired when he won the IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Light Middleweight WORLD Title on January 9th, 2009.
      • Last Update: 5-12-09.

  • Chris Cichon
    St. Paul, Minnesota, USA, 8-4/1, 152, 6', 10-22-82, Justin Whiley
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Central USA Regional Light Middleweight Champion
      • Cichon won his IKF Title on February 11, 2006, Waterloo, Iowa, USA when he defeated Frank Young of Bettendorf, Iowa, by unanimous decision 40-36, 40-36 & 40-36.
      • Cichon's title was retired when he won the IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States Light Middleweight Title on May 30th, 2008 in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, USA over Leroy Walters vi unanimous decision, 50-43 on all 3 judges cards.
      • Last Update: 6-3-08.





  • Scott "Pitbull" Clark
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 38-4-1/21, 179, 5'10", 10-3-77, Mike Miles
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Light Heavyweight World Champion
      • Clark won Title on May 28th, 2005 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada when he defeated Nenad Grujic of Basel, Switzerland by knockout at 1:42 of round two.
      • Clark also won the IKF Tournament Title in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007
      • Last Update: 12-28-07



  • Ashley Collins
    Rainham, Kent, England, 15-3-1/8, 81kg, 6'1", 9-14-88, Colin Payne
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Light Cruiserweight WORLD Champion
      • Collins won this title on October 9th, 2009, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, USA VS UK: Defeated Adam McDermid of Duluth, Minnesota, USA by knockout at 12 seconds of round 2.
      • FIRST DEFENSE - REMATCH - : May 9th, 2010, Rochester, Kent, England, TKO Kickboxing's "KOMBAT ZONE - Unfinished Business", Defeated Adam McDermid of Duluth, USA by unanimous decision 49-45, 49-46, 48-46.
      • Collins title was retired when he made his pro debut in September of 2010
      • Last Update: 9-9-10


  • Ashley Collins
    Rainham, Kent, England, 15-3-1/8, 81kg, 6'1", 9-14-88, Colin Payne
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Light Heavyweight WORLD Champion
      • Collins won this title on May 10th 2009 in Strood, Kent, England when he defeated Travis Mason (2008 IKF World Classic Champion) by 1st round KO.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: September 6th, 2009 - Rochester Kent, England, TKO Kickboxing Prmotions Presents "HIGH VOLTAGE": Defeated Andreas Hahn (Germany) by unanimous decision, 50-46, 50-46, 50-45.
      • Collins title was retired when he made his pro debut in September of 2010
      • Last Update: 9-9-10

  • Ashley Collins
    Rainham, Kent, England, 11-3-1/6, 81kg, 6'1", 9-14-88, Colin Payne
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules European Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Collins won this title on September 7th, 2008, Kent, England: Defeated Robert Cassells (N. Ireland) 48-46, 47-48, 50-46.
      • Collins defended his title on November 30th 2008, Kent, England when he defeated challenger James Wallace by unanimous decision 50-45, 50-46, 49-47.
      • Collins title was retired by the IKF when Collins' won the IKF Amateur Light Heavyweight World Title on May 10th 2009 IN Strood, Kent, England when he defeated Travis Mason by 1st round KO.
      • Last Update: 8-12-09.

  • Ashley Collins
    Rainham, Kent, England, 11-3-1/6, 81kg, 6'1", 9-14-88, Colin Payne
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Five Nations Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Collins won this title on February 24th, 2008 in Kent, England when he defeated Cathal Manning of Ireland by unanimous decision, 48-49, 46-49, 47-49.
      • Collins title was retired by the IKF when Collins' won the IKF Amateur Light Heavyweight European Title on September 7th, 2008.
      • Last Update: 4-22-09.


  • Chris Cope
    Santa Barbara, California, USA, 7-0/2, 184, 6'1", 3-5-83
    • IKF Muay Thai Light Cruiserweight California Champion
      • Cope won his title on March 26th, 2005 in Fairfield, California, USA when he defeated David Denison by unanimous decision 39-37 on all 3 judges cards.
      • Cope's title was retired by the IKF when the IKF discovered he fought as a Pro MMA Fighter, making him a PRO Fighter: Pro MMA Bio.
      • Last Update: 12-19-08.


  • James Cooper
    Houston, Texas, USA, 20-2/1, Houston Kickboxing.
    • IKF U.S. Amateur San Shou Cruiserweight Champion.
      • Cooper won his title in San Jose, CA, USA July 21st when he defeated Brian Madigan by unanimous decision.
      • Cooper's title was retired by the IKF when the IKF discovered he won the "AMATEUR" title after already being a Pro.
        • For this reason, his title win is no longer recognized by the IKF as a LEGIT Title.
      • Last Update: 11-2-01.


  • Celso Costa
    Viseu Portugal, Fernando Loio
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules European Featherweight Champion.
      • Costa won his Title on September 12th, 1998 at Feira de S.Mateus-Viseu, Portugal with a unanimous decision win over Jamie Chedotal of Liverpool, England, 49-46, 50-46, 50-48.
      • Costa Voluntarily vacated his title in 1999 to move into the Pro Full Contact Rule Rankings.
      • Last Update: 5-12-00.


  • Chris Coyle
    Donegal, Ireland, 12-6-3/0, 64.5kg, 5'7", 10-25-82, Joe Wilson
    • IKF Amateur International Rules All Ireland Light Welterweight Champion
      • Coyle won his IKF Title on April 16th, 2011 in Thurles, Ireland when he defeated Paul Pike by majority decision, 47-49, 48-49, 48-48.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: September 24th, 2011, Gort, Ireland, Pete Foley Presents IKF Fight Night: "REMATCH" - Defeated Paul Pike by majority decision, 50-48, 46-46, 49-47.
      • IKF retired Coyle's title on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last update: 10-30-2013


  • Adrian Crutchley
    Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, 5-2/1, 181cm, 69.8kg, 11-9-70, Kyle Butrose
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Australian Light Middleweight Champion
      • Due to poor reporting from IKF Australia, no information was provided about this title.
      • Last update: 3-7-2005


  • Benjamin Culbertson
    Polo, Illinois, USA, 10-1/3, AMMA: 3-0, 147, 5' 9", 2-3-86, Trirong Khuntanga
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules United States Welterweight Champion
      • Culbertson won his IKF Title on November 4th, 2006 in Peoria, Illinois, USA when he defeated James Lyons by TKO at 1:23 of round one.
      • IKF Retired his title due to inactivity on October 30th, 2013.
      • Last update: 10-30-13.


  • Sean Cumiskey
    Galway, Ireland, 12-5/1, 60kg, 5'5", 5-24-79, Pete Foley
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules All Ireland Lightweight Champion
      • Cumiskey won his title on December 13th, 2008, Black Box Theatre, Galway, Ireland when he defeated David Welsh by majority decision, 49-48,49-47,48-48.
      • IKF retired his Ireland Title when he won a larger title, the IKF 5 Nations Lightweight Title.
      • Last update: 3-29-10

  • Sean Cumiskey
    Galway, Ireland, 12-5/1, 60kg, 5'5", 5-24-79, Pete Foley
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules 5 Nations Lightweight Champion
      • Cumiskey won his title on May 24, 2008, The Black Box Theatre, Galway, Ireland when he defeated Andrew Godbold (England) by Unanamous Decision, 50-45, 49-46, 50-47.
      • IKF was informed by his trainer that he has officially retired on August 1st, 2011.
      • Last update: 8-23-11




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  • Eric Daly
    Galway, Ireland, 11-4/2, 62kg, 5'9", 7-22-87, Pete Foley
    • IKF Amateur FCR All Ireland Super Lightweight Champion.
      • Daly won his title on May 16th, 2009 at the Black Box Theatre in Dyke Road, Galway, Ireland when he defeated Paul Brannigan by unanimous decision, 50-43, 50-42, 49-44.
      • The IKF Retired Daly's title after he won the IKF 5 Nations title on September 19th, 2009 in Galway, Ireland when he defeated Shaun Hurdman of Derbyshire, England by Kick KO in Round 3.
      • Last Update: 10-12-09.


  • Aylin Davtyan
    Glendale, California, USA, 3-0/0, 5'1", 101, 15, 5-21-87, Sam Tatevossyan.
    • IKF Junior Girls Amateur International Rules Straw-weight California Champion.
      • Davtyan won her title against Kandra Washington of Bakersfield, California, USA by split decision, 36-39, 37-39 and 39-37 on December 11th, 1999 in Bakersfield, California, USA.
      • This bout featured the SECOND, IKF Junior Amateur title but the "FIRST EVER GIRLS" Junior Amateur title Bout.
      • The IKF Retired Davtyan's title on May 27th when it was clear she was too old to defend his age bracket title.
      • Last Update: 5-27-04.


  • Hakeem Dawodu
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 42-5/15, 145, 5'7", 7-2-91, Mike Miles
    • IKF Amateur Full Muay Thai Rules Light Welterweight World Champion
      • Dawodu won his title on April 23rd, 2011, Calgary, Alberta, Canada when he defeated Ryo Takagi of Japan by TKO in round 2.
        Dawodu delivered a jump knee which caught Takagi on the upper chest that lifted and sent Takagi backwards and down. Takagi could not make the count from the blow.
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      • Dawodu title was retired by his trainer on February 8th, 2013 informing the IKF he had turned Pro at the end of 2012.
      • Dawodu Was also the 2010 IKF World Classic Champion.
      • Last Update: 2-11-13.


  • Zack Day
    Martinez, Georgia, USA, 18-2/7, 5'10", 179, 1-17-64
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules East Coast US Cruiserweight Champion
      • Day won his title on May 2nd, 1998 when he defeated Mark Feaks of Ohio by Split Decision in Augusta, Georgia.
      • Day's Amateur title was retired when he had his first pro fight on January 17th, 2003
      • Last Update: 5-24-06.


  • Kerry Dell
    Calgary, Alberta Canada, 25-5-2/16, 6' , 186, Mike Miles
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules North American Light Cruiserweight Champion.
      • Dell won his title on August 23rd, 1998 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada when he defeated Phil Petit of Canada by TKO at 1:38 of round 1.
      • Dell's title was retired by the IKF when he turned Pro.
      • Last Update: 1-10-02.


  • Giuseppe DeNatale
    Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Sik Tai
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Canadian Heavyweight Champion
      • DeNatale won his IKF Title on February 10th, 2000, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada by TKO at 1:33 of the 3rd round over Ryan Graham. (14 wins, 4 loses with 1 KO) when he landed a head kick on Graham that dropped him.
      • DeNatale Voluntarily vacated his title in 2000 to turn Pro and fight in the K-1 USA.
      • Last Update: 8-8-2000.


  • Stephen Dent
    Dublin, Ireland, 5-4-1, 69.9kg, 5'9'', 7-25-91, Damien Crowther
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Ireland Champion
      • Dent won his IKF Title on April 7th, 2012 in Meath, Ireland when he defeated Bryan Merrigan, (Galway, Ireland, 9-6-1) by judges decision, 49-48, 49-48, 50-47.
      • 9-25-13: IKF is awaiting from IKF europe how and or why Dent lost this title.
      • Last Update: 9-25-13


  • Trevor Desjarlais
    Red Deer, Alberta, Canada, 26-3/7, 5'9", 147, Mike Miles
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Intercontinental Welterweight Champion
      • Desjarlais won his title on June 14th, 1997 by forfeit when his opponent Nicolas Read of the Carrillo Boxing Center in Irvine California, USAand his trainer Jean Carrillo (Owner of Deluxe USA - KickboxGear.com) left back to USA the day of the fight. Why? Read the full story by clicking HERE - IKF Red Deer, Alberta, Canada - June 14th, 1997
      • Desjarlais title was retired by his trainer on April 14th, 2005.
      • Last Update: 3-16-03.


  • Dorian Dixon
    Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, 5-0/1, 159, Tony Rosales
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules South Mountain Regional Light Middleweight Champion
      • Dixon won his IKF Title on May 14th, 2010 in Cottonwood, Arizona, USA, "Fight Hard/ Play Hard III" when he defeated Phil Gage by "3 Knockdown Rule" at 1:08 of round 1.
      • IKF retired Dixon's Title due to inactivity on October 30th, 2013.
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      • Last Update: 10-30-13.


  • Van Do
    San Jose, California, USA, 4-3, 112, Cung Le,
    • IKF Woman's Amateur San Shou United States Flyweight Champion
      • Van Do won her title on July 23rd, Born To Fight V, Mt. Pleasant High School in San Jose, California, USA when she defeated Shana Howell of Ohio by unanimous decision.
      • IKF Retired Van Do's amateur title after she fought as a Professional MMA Fighter in May of 2008.
      • Last Update: 11-16-08.


  • Mike "Magicman" Dougherty
    Loomis, California, USA, 9-2/6, 6', 179, Dan Stell & Greg Kirkpatrick
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules U. S. Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Dougherty won his IKF Title when he defeated Heath Harris of San Diego, CA, by Unanimous decision 48-45, 48-45 and 49-45. The bout was at Win River Casino in Redding CA, USA in April, 1995. In this bout, Dougherty made one of the greatest comebacks in IKF history after being dropped hard in the opening round by Harris, he rose up to go the distance to win the unanimous 5 round decision.
      • Dougherty evdentually retired as a Champion. He will always be a Champion Both IN and OUT of the ring!


  • Mike "Magicman" Dougherty
    Loomis, California, USA, 9-2/6, 6', 179, Dan Stell & Greg Kirkpatrick
    • IKF Amateur International Rules US Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Dougherty won his IKF IR US Light Heavyweight Title when he defeated Julio Nunez of Albq. New Mexico, by Unanimous decision 50-44, 49-45 and 48-46. The bout was at Win River Casino in Redding CA, USA on October 21st, 1995
      • On July 24th, 1997, In his only title defense, Dougherty lost his IKF IR US Light Heavyweight Title to Heath Harris of San Diego, CA by KO at 1:26 of round 2.
      • After Dougherty lost to Harris, he tried to get a rematch with his only other loss to Dan Behl back on February 26th, 1994. (CA FCR Light Cruiserweight Title Bout). He fought Behl when he was sick and wanted his revenge. However Behl never accepted any of Dougherty's challenges and Dougherty evdentually retired as a Champion. He will always be a Champion Both IN and OUT of the ring!


  • Mike Downey
    British Columbia, Canada
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules British Columbia Cruiserweight Champion
      • Downey won his title on August 14th, 2010 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada when he defeated Kiarash Moghaddam by unanimous decision.
      • IKF retired his title on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13.


  • John Duenas
    Antioch, California, USA, 4-1, 149, 5'7", 4-10-79, Dennis Guila
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules West Coast Super Welterweight Champion
      • March 27th, 2009, Phantom Promotions', "Fight Night At The Fox", Redwood City, California, USA: Defeated Abel Carrasco by unanimous decision 38-37, 38-37 & 38-37.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: Duenas lost his title in his first defense on July 11th, 2009, Phantom Promotions' "Fight Night At The Fox II", Redwood City, California, USA when Bryan Padilla defeated him by TKO at 1:18 of round 2.
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 7-14-09.


  • James Dunphy
    Kilkenny, Ireland, 17-8-3, 64kg, 5'8", 6-11-90, Mick Bland
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules All Ireland Light Welterweight Champion
      • Dunphy won his title on March 14th, 2009 at the Black Box Theatre in Galway, Ireland when he defeated Eric Daly by majority decision, decision, 48-48, 50-48, 50-46.
      • Dunphy title was retired by IKF Ireland upon his request in 2010.
      • Last Update: 8-30-10.


  • Mike "MOHAMID" Duran
    Fairfield, CA, USA, Jacob "STITCH" Duran
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States Light Heavyweight Title
      • Duran fought for the same title training partner Andy Sanchez had won a few months before after Sanchez vacated it to move down to the super middleweight division. Duran won his title by TKO at 1:56 of the 4th round over Ken Morgan (Jim Brown's opponent above) on October 17th, 1992.
      • First Defense: Won by TKO at 1:17 of 3rd round over Adam Pollock of Los Angeles, CA, USA. The bout was at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, CA, USA on January 30th, 1993.
      • Second Defense: Won by decision over Mike Sutton of Virginia, USA. The bout was at Kezar Pavilion in San Francisco, CA, USA on March 27th, 1993.
      • Third Defense: Lost to Truman Ward of Los Lumas New Mexico, USA. The bout was at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, CA, USA on September 18th, 1993
      • Duran lost his title on September 18th, 1993 to Truman Ward of Los Lumas, New Mexico when Ward hit him with a strong spinning backfist. The strike sparked controversy as some thought Ward hit Duran with a spinning elbow. Upon video review though, Ward hit Duran with the back of the glove. Ward was winning on all the judges cards 19-18. Before the final blow, Duran had 2 standing 8 counts from Wards strong attack and was clearly in trouble.
      • Duran later retired from kickboxing to pursue boxing.
      • Last Update: 7-24-98.




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  • Ryan Edmunson
    Bristol, England, 16-1, 71.0kg, 5'11", 27-08-92, Mike O'Connor
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Southern Area Super Welterweight Champion
      • Edmunson won his title on November 21st, 2010 in Edgbaston Bham, England when he defeated Rob Ellick by TKO at 1:54 of round 3.
      • IKF retired his title on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13.


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  • Undra "Busyboy" Eggleston
    Muncie, Indiana, USA, Ron White
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules East Coast Super Welterweight Champion.
      • Widener won his title on May 2nd, 1998 in Augusta, Georgia, USA when he defeated Carlos Dequesada, Alabama by Split Decision.
      • Eggleston's Title was Retired by the IKF on October 27th, 2003 when the IKF concluded that he was inactive.
      • Last Update: 10-27-03.


  • Robert Elledge
    Roseville, California, USA, 17-2-1/6, 137, 5'11", 19, 7-28-84, Dave Marinoble
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Super Lightweight California Champion
      • Elledge won his Super Lightweight California title on July 19th, 2003 in Fairfield, California, USA when he defeated Jose Paez' by TKO end of round 2.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: January 17th, 2004, The Platinum Live Supper Club, Studio City, CA, defended his title over Mark Tabuso (15-6) of Daly City, California unanimous decision, 38-37 on all 3 judges cards.
      • Elledge's title was retired in June of 2006 when it was clear he was retired from the sport.
      • All the other belts Elledge has won were from the IKF Tournaments.
      • Last Update: 6-15-06.


  • Rob Ellick
    Bridgwater, England, 5-3, 69.1kg, 5'8", 13-04-86, Arthur Meek
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Southern England Area Super Welterweight Champion.
      • Won his title on April 11th, 2010, Absolute Adrenaline's "Demolition" Bournemouth, England.
      • Ellick lost his title to Ryan Edmunson on 21st November 2010 by TKO at 1.54 of round 3.
      • Last Update: 3-16-11.


  • Mark 'The Beast' Epstein
    Woolwich, London, England 5-2/3, 5'9", 94kg, 10-26-86, Lee Whittington
    • IKF Amateur MTR Heavyweight World Champion
      • Epstein won his IKF title on March 12th, 2005 in Kent, England when he defeated Alan Fenandes of India by TKO at :29 seconds of round 3.
      • Although it is unclear how Epstein retired his Amateur World title, it could have something to do with the fact that the IKF had discovered after he won it that he was a PRO MMA fighter: Click Here.
        The MMA database had no listed record of his Pro MMA bouts until AFTER he fought this AMATEUR bout.
      • He retired from MMA in 2008 with a record of 14-11.
      • Last Update: 10-3-2009.


  • "Magic" Juan Escobar
    Gilroy, California, USA, 10-3/5, 5'11", 147, 19, 8-27-80, Dennis Saguinedl
    • IKF Amateur International Rules U. S. Welterweight Champion
      • Escobar won this title in San Francisco, California on May 9th, 1998 when he defeated Adam Garcia of San Diego, California, USA by Unanimous Decision, 48-47, 49-46 & 49-46.
      • Escobar Retired from Kickboxing on 9-1-01 to move on with his schooling & Work. He will ALWAYS be an IKF Champion.
      • Last Update: 1-16-13.


  • "Magic" Juan Escobar
    Gilroy, California, USA, 10-3/5, 5'11", 147, 19, 8-27-80, Dennis Saguinedl
    • IKF Amateur International Rules West Coast Super Welterweight Champion




  • Evan Esguerra
    San Francisco, California, USA, 7-2/0, 144, 5'7", 7-13-78, Enn Fairtex
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules California Champion
      • Esguerra won his title on September 27th, 2003 in Fairfield, California, USA when he defeated Ballfrano Gayton by split decision, 36-40, 39-37, 37-39.
      • Last Update: 7-11-06.


  • Marisol Esquilin
    5-0/3, (KB-F=1) BX: 2-0/1 5'5", 136, 8-29-72, Ruben Morales
    • IKF USA Women's Amateur International Rules Super Lightweight US Champion.
      • January 30th, 1999, Orlando, Florida, USA: Esquilin won this title "First" by forfeit when Los Angles based fighter Amber Byrne didn't, couldn't or wouldn't make the trip with her trainer Mark Parra and another fighter from their camp and as much as we would like to explain "BOTH" sides of the story, it just doesn't seem worth the headache. It basically had to do with a disagreement about travel arrangements.
      • June 6th, 1999 in Orlando Florida, USA: Esquilin confirmed her title when she defeated Mercedes Mercury of Aurora, Colorado by TKO at 1:38 into round 1.
      • Esquilin's Amateur title was retired by the IKF at the 1999 IKF National Amateur Tournament when the decision was to have the Tournament titles the "USA National titles" and she never came to the tournament to defend it.
      • Last update, December, 1999.


  • Gareth Evans
    London, England, 4-1, 71.9kg, 5'8", 4-20-82, Paul Green
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Southern Area (England) Light Middleweight Champion
      • Evans won his title on November 25th, 2012 in Rochestre, Kent, England when he defeated Ben Barr by Unanimous decision 47-49, 46-49, 45-50.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: He lost the title in his first defense on February 23rd, 2013 in Kent, England to challenger Ed Kelly by Unanimous decision, 48-47, 50-45, 50-47.
      • Last update, March, 2013.




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  • James Fanshier
    San Jose, California, USA, 8-0/3, 5'10", 177, 28, 11-30-71, Cung Le.
    • IKF Amateur San Shou Light Heavyweight Champion.
      • Fanshier won his Title when he defeated Allen Egbirt of Sidney, Ohio USA by unanimous decision on June 26th, 2000, in Sacramento, California, USA.
      • James Voluntarily retired his title in July 2001, due to personal reasons.
      • Beginning as a Pro in 2002, James went on to be a successful Mixed Martial Arts Fighter CLICK HERE.
      • He retired from Pro MMA in 2011.
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      • Last Update: 8-13-01


  • Jason Fenton
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Mike Miles
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules North American Welterweight title.
      • Fenton won his title when he defeated Donovan Smith of Wichita Kansas by split decision 47-48, 48-47 and 48-47 on June 14th, 1997 in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada.
      • Fenton Voluntarily Retired his Title when he turned pro.
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      • Last Update: 9-24-13.


  • Jason Fenton
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 16-3/10, 5'9", 145, Mike Miles.
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Intercontinental Welterweight Champion.
      • Fenton won his title on the 7th of November, 1998 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada when he defeated Parinya Iaard of Thailand by a majority decision at the13th Annual Battle of the Rocky Mountains and Prairies Championship Kickboxing Card and Martial Arts Tournament.
      • Fenton's title was retired by the IKF when he turned Pro.
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      • Last Update: 9-24-13.


  • Donna Ferguson
    Butler, Pennsylvania, USA, 10-6, 110, Jimmy Stewert,
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Atomweight East Coast Champion.
      • Ferguson won her title on February 16th, 2001 in Butler Pennsylvania when she stop Belinda McClain of Belzhoover, Pennsylvania, with a first round TKO.
      • Ferguson's title was retired by the IKF due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 4-12-10.


  • Tony Fincher
    Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, 5-1, 148, 17, Rosales Kickboxing, Tony Rosales
    • IKF Junior Boys Amateur International Rules New Mexico State Super Welterweight Champion
      • Fincher defeated Tim Sosa by unanimous decision, 49-46, 48-47 and 48-47 in Los Lunas, New Mexico, USA on February 3rd, 2007.
      • His title was retired when his trainer requested to move him to the Adult Rankings on 5-24-07.
      • Last update: 5-24-07


  • Jesse Finney
    St. Louis, Missouri, USA
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules U.S. Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Finney of St. Louis, Missouri, USA defeated Darrell Baker of Memphis, Tennessee, USA on February 19th, 2000.
      • Finney Voluntarily vacated this title to move down in weight.
      • Last Update: 1-25-01.


  • Carlos "RoboChamp" Anthony Flores
    Bakersfield, California, USA, 3-0/--, (20 + smoker bouts) 4', 11", 103, 11, 7-2-88, Eric Nolan.
    • IKF Junior Boys Amateur International Rules Straw-weight California Champion.
      • Flores won his title against Roque Quezada of Bakersfield, California, USA by majority decision, 40-36, 37-37 and 39-37 on December 11th, 1999 in Bakersfield, CA, USA.
      • These two were the First to actually FIGHT for a Junior Title. But it was not the first IKF Junior Amateur title "Awarded".
      • Anthony Kindel of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA won a 1999 National Junior Amateur Tournament Title in September by Forfeit at the 1999 IKF/RINGSIDE Nationals when his opponent failed to show up. Strangly enough, his opponent who failed to show up was believe it or not, Carlos Flores of Bakersfield, California, USA.
      • The IKF Retired Flores' title on May 27th when it was clear he was too old to defend his age bracket title.
      • Last Update: 5-27-04.


  • Darren "Butcher Boy" Flynn
    Waterford, Ireland
    • IKF Amateur FCR European Middleweight Champion
      • July 7th, 2002, Waterford City, Ireland: In their first bout, due to an accidental injury cut to REID the fight was stopped. As the fight had only gone one completed round, IKF European Director Alby Bimpson explained that it was a "NO CONTEST". In the Rematch on September 22nd, 2002 in England, Flynn Defeated Karl Reid of Middlesborough, England by Unanimous Decision.
      • The IKF Retired Flynn' title on November 19th when it was announced he had retired some time ago.
      • Last Update: 11-19-09.


  • Mike Fonseca
    San Francisco, California, USA, 8-0/0, 182, 5'9", 2-18-75, Sam Phimsoutham
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules West Coast Light Cruiserweight Champion
      • Fonseca won his title on April 30th, 2005 in Fairfield, California, USA when he defeated Kurt Floyd of Modesto, California USA by split decision, 37-39, 39-37 and 40-36.
      • Fonseca's Amateur title was retired by the IKF when he fought as a Pro MMA fighter in May of 2006.
      • Last Update: 5-15-06


  • Mike Fonseca
    San Francisco, California, USA, 8-0/0, 182, 5'9", 2-18-75, Sam Phimsoutham
    • IKF Amateur San Shou Rules United States Light Cruiserweight Champion
      • Fonseca won his title on July 23rd, 2005 in San Jose, California, USA when he defeated Richie Council of Columbus, Ohio by Majority Decision.
      • Fonseca's Amateur title was retired by the IKF when he fought as a Pro MMA fighter in May of 2006.
      • Last Update: 5-15-06.


  • Jeremiah Foster
    Redding, CA, USA, Dan Verdugo
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules California Light Middleweight Title
      • Foster won his title on November 13th, 1993 at Parson's Gym in Redding, CA, USA when he defeated Mark Larrett of Fairfield, CA, USA by TKO at 1:49 of round 2.
      • Foster later retired.
      • Last Update: 7-24-98.


  • Jennifer Frank
    Las Cruces, New Mexico, USA, 2-1/0, 120, 5'6", 7-8-85, Steven Estrada
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Southwest Bantamweight Title
      • Jennifer won her title on December 6th, 2003 in Camp Verde Arizona USA when she defeated Diana Apresa of Cottonwood, Arizona, USA, by unanimous decision, 40-35, 40-34, 40-34.
      • The IKF retired Jennifer's title when they discovered she was no longer fighting.
      • Last Update: 2-7-11.


  • Darrin Freeman
    Sacramento, California, USA, 10-2-1/4, 5'10", 166, 27.
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Light Heavyweight United States Champion.
      • Freeman won his Title on October 4th, 1999 when he defeated Todd Whitmoyer of Phoenix, AZ, USA, (6-2/4) at 1:38 of the first round.
      • Freeman Voluntarily vacated his title to turn Pro on January 25th, 2001.
      • Last Update: 1-25-01.




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  • Rey Garcia
    San Jose, California, USA, 4-1, 200, 6'2", 6-1-65, Cung Le
    • IKF Amateur San Shou Rules Northern US Regional Heavyweight Champion
      • Garcia won his title on July 21st, 2001, San Jose, California, USA when he defeated Cody Fullerton of Bellefontaine, Ohio by unanimous decision.
      • The IKF retired Garcia's title on September 11th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last update: 10-11-13


  • Steven Garcia
    Rio Rancho, New Mexico, USA, 4-1, 137, 1993, Kucevic
    • IKF JUNIOR Amateur International Rules New Mexico State Lightweight Champion
      • Garcia won his title on October 31st, 2009 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA when he defeated by way of TKO, 1 min. 30 seconds in the third round. Referee, Eduardo Rios, waves off the fight due to fighter complaint of knee injury.
      • The IKF retired Garcia's JUNIOR (Ages 8-17) title when he turned 18.
      • Last update: 12-30-11


  • Jay 'Big Guns' Garner
    5-1/3, 123, Bakersfield, California, USA, Eric Nolan
    • IKF Amateur International Rules California Woman's Bantamweight Champion
      • Garner won her title on October 17th, 1996 in Bakersfield, California, USA when she defeated Gagriale Sitzenstock by unanimous decision, 39-37, 39-36 and 39-36
      • Garner Retired the title when she turned pro.
      • She tried Pro Boxing but lost her only bout: 0-1
      • Last update: 4-21-2001


  • TJ Gibson
    Hibbing, Minnesota, USA 8-1/6, 214, 5'10", 7-12-76, Iron Range Kickboxing, Tim Runquist
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules North Central Regional Heavyweight Champion
      • February 15th, 2008, Hinckley, Minnesota, USA: Defeated Roy Jones by TKO.
      • Gibson Retired the title when he won the IKF Amateur Heavyweight World title in March of 2008.
      • Last update: 5-7-08.


  • TJ Gibson
    Hibbing, Minnesota, USA 8-1/6, 214, 5'10", 7-12-76, Iron Range Kickboxing, Tim Runquist
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Heavyweight World Champion.
      • Won Title on April 26, 2008, Loves Park, Illinois, USA when he defeated Roy Jones via Split Decision, 48-47, 47-48, 46-49.
      • Gibson Retired the title when he fought his first pro bout on 9-19-08 which he won.
      • Last update: 5-7-08.


  • Jamie Gilbert
    Liverpool, England, 9-2/1, 64kg, 5'7", 5-3/83, Ray Gilbert
    • IKF Amateur International Rules British Light Welterweight Champion
      • Gilbert won his title on February 6th, 2005 in Liverpool England when he defeated Ben Bates of London, England by unanimous decision.
      • IKF retired his title on October 30th, 2013 due to the fact that he had moved down in weight to win the IKF Amateur IR Lightweight World title on April 8th, 2006.
      • Last update: 10-30-13.


  • Alec Gonzales
    Vallejo, California, USA, 7-1, 132, 5'6, 6-30-92, Trey Howard
    • IKF Amateur "FULL" Muay Thai Rules California Lightweight Champion
      • January 15th, 2012, Sacramento, California, USA: Defeated Dee Alhadi by unanimous decision, 49-45, 48-47 & 47-46.
      • IKF Retired Gonzales title on May 5th, 2012 when he won the next title higher, the IKF Western United States Lightweight Title.
      • Last update: 5-9-12


  • Christian Gonzales
    San Francisco, California, USA, 4-2/2, 150, 5'10", 5-9-80, Jongsanan Fairtex
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Super Welterweight West Coast Champion
      • February 3rd, 2006, Sacramento, California, USA. Defeated Nathan Smith by TKO at 1:35 of round 4.
      • IKF Retired Gonzales title when they discovered he retired Pro Boxing in 2004.
      • Last update: 3-16-09


  • Mauricio 'The Jaguar' Gonzalez
    Los Angeles, California, USA, 8-0,/4, 140, Kathy Long
    • IKF Amateur International Rules U.S. Light Welterweight Champion
      • Gonzalez won the title on October 17th, 1996 in Bakersfield, California, USA when he defeated Jacobb Salez of Los Angles, California, USA by unanimous decision 49-46, 47-48 and 50-45.
      • Gonzalez Retired the title when he retired from fighting.
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      • Last update: 1-23-2012


  • James Gridley
    Swanley, England, 7-1, 72kg, 6'2", 4-21-93, Paul Haworth
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules British Middleweight Champion
      • February 26th, 2012, Rochester, Kent, England: Defeated Craig Kendall by unanimous decision 50-44, 49-46, 49-46.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: May 13th, 2012, Kent, England: Defeated Mark Anderson by TKO Round 4.
      • IKF Retired Gridley's British Title when he won the IKF EUROPEAN Title in the same weight class.
      • PHOTO Of European Title Bout
      • Last update: 3-15-13


  • Sonya Gurule
    Belen, New Mexico, USA, 8-5/0, 100, 5'1", 1-19-83, Tony Rosales
    • IKF (Rule Style Unknown) Woman's Mountain Regional Champion
      • Gurule won her title on March 1st 2003 in Belen New Mexico USA when she defeated Melanie Guadian of Las Cruces, New Mexico, USA by unanimous decision.
      • The IKF retired Gurule's amateur title when they discovered she had fought as a Pro Boxer: Pro Box: 1-0/0
      • Last update: 1-2-2008


  • Blanca Guitierez (Hilder)
    Pacifica, California, USA, KB: 6-4/2, BX: 1-1/0, 5', 110, 5-26-65, Donivis Pooler, - (12-22-07)
    • IKF Atomweight West Coast USA Champion
      • December 2nd, 2000, Monterey, California, USA: Defeated Sonia Gurule by unanimous decision, 40-36 on all 3 judges cards.
      • IKF Retired Guitierez title when they discovered she turned Pro Boxing in 2004.
      • Last update: 9-23-2005








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  • Tony Haddock
    Orlando, Florida, USA, 6-2
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Light Middleweight USA Champion.
      • Haddock won his title on June 6th, 1999 in Orlando Florida, USA, when he defeated Duane Ludwig of Aurora, Colorado by TKO at 51 seconds into round 2.
      • Haddock's Amateur title was retired by the IKF at the 1999 IKF National Amateur Tournament.
      • Last update, 9-26-05.


  • Steve Hall
    Snellville, Georgia, USA, 5-3/2, 170, 5'10", Palmer Kickboxing
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules South East Super Middleweight Champion
      • Hall won his title on August 30th, 2002 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA when he defeated previous Champion Shannon Hudson of Lyman, South Carolina, USA by unanimous decision.
      • Last update, 10-16-05.


  • Toney "The Hammer" Hannon
    Bakersfield, California, USA, 18-0-3/16, 5'11", 170, 26, Eric Nolan
    • IKF Amateur International Rules United States Middleweight Title
      • Hannon defeated Rico Nieves of San Fernando, CA, USA, after Nieves said he could no longer continue after the first round. During the break, Nieves complained of an sore ankle. He didn't want to continue so Hannon won the title. Hannon was ahead on all the cards, 10-9. The bout was at Strongbow Stadium in Bakersfield, CA, USA on April, 30th, 1994.
      • First Defense: Hannon Won by TKO over Marcus Cochran of Van Nuys, CA, USA at 1:25 of round 2 The bout was at Strongbow Stadium, Bakersfield, CA, USA on July 30th, 1994
      • Second Defense: Hannon kept his title as the bout ended in a majority DRAW against Wayne Grey of Chandler Arizona, USA. 48-48, 47-48 Hannon and 48-47 Grey. The bout was at Red Lion Inn, Bakersfield, CA, USA on February 26th, 1995. You can see some of the bout by clicking HERE. However, the person who edited the video list Grey as "Gregory".
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  • Toney "The Hammer" Hannon
    Bakersfield, California, USA, 18-0-3/16, 5'11", 170, 26, Eric Nolan
    • IKF Amateur International Rules United States Super Middleweight Title
      • Instead of defending his Middleweight title, Hannon wanted to win another weightclass title and he did when he defeated Lisiat Lavalo of Long Beach, CA, USA, by majority decision, 48-47, 50-48 & 48-48. This bout was at Table Mountain Casino in Friat CA, USA on June 25th, 1994.
    • Last Update: 1-25-01.


  • Toney "The Hammer" Hannon
    Bakersfield, California, USA, 18-0-3/16, 5'11", 170, 26, Eric Nolan
    • IKF Amateur International Rules North American Middleweight Champion
      • Hannon defeated Milton Garcia of Hacienda Heights, CA, USA, by Unanimous decision 49-46, 48-47 & 49-46. The bout was at Red Lion Inn in Bakersfield, CA, USA on June,11th, 1995.
    • Hannon remained undefeated as an amateur.
    • Although he talked of turning Pro, he never did. Inactive for 5 years, the IKF retired his titles in January of 2001. He will always be a Champion Both IN and OUT of the ring!
    • Last Update: 1-25-01.


  • Scott Harmon
    Simi Valley , California, USA, 6'2, 225, Jim Mullen
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States Super Heavyweight Title
      • Harmon defeated Greg Kirkpatrick of Grass Valley, California, USA by unanimous decision, 48-47, 49-48 and 48-47 in Sacramento, California, USA on May 4th, 1996.
      • Harmon's title was eventually retired by his trainer.
      • Last Update: 3-10-2000.


  • Scott Harmon
    Simi Valley , California, USA, 6'2, 225, Jim Mullen
    • IKF Amateur International Rules United States Super Heavyweight Title
      • This was a Title Defense for Chuck Lidell who defeated Harmon in their first bout back on October 17th, 1996.
      • In this bout, Harmon got revenge in Bakersfield, California, USA on January, 25th, 1997 when he defeated Lidell by TKO. Harmon split open Lidell's chin with a hatchet kick in round 2.
      • That we know of, Harmon fought as late as 2003, (adding 3 more wins to his record above) however, his title was retired by his trainer in 2000.
      • Last Update: 3-10-2000.


  • Heath "Cowboy" Harris
    Fresno, California, USA, Doug Dickey, A: 9-2/8
    www.cowboysfitness.com
    • IKF Amateur International Rules United States Light Heavyweight Title
      • Harris won his title when he defeated previous champion defeated Mike Dougherty of Loomis, CA, USA by KO at 1:26 of round 2 on July 24th, 1997 in Redding, California, USA.
      • Harris retired his title when he turned pro.
      • Last Update: 3-2-03.


  • Kurt Hasley
    Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA, 7-2/6, 6'3", 236, 32, Chet Blalock
    • IKF Amateur International Rules North American Super Heavyweight Champion.
      • Hasley won his title on Sunday, December 3rd in Calgary, Alberta, Canada when he defeated Keith Crawford of Calgary Alberta Canada by KO at :57 seconds of round 2.
      • Hasley title was retired when he turned Pro in February of 2002 to fight on the K-1 North American Qualifier. He took 2nd place of a field of 8 fighters.
      • Last Update: 2-13-02.


  • Jim Heberer
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, Duke Roufus - Phetnoi Gym
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules United States Heavyweight Title
      • Heberer won his IKF Title on September 12th, 1998 in Milwaukee Wisconsin, USA over Steve Bass of Omaha Nebraska by TKO when Bass' corner threw in the towel at the end of round 4.
      • Heberer title was Retired by his trainer Duke Roufus on July 2nd, 1999. He never lost to an opponet, (5-0-1/4). according to Roufus, he simply stopped training.
      • Last Update: 7-1-99.


  • Nathan "The Shark" Henry
    Sydney, NSW, Australia, 3-2/1, 6'1", 89.6 kg, Robert Wilesmith
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Australian East Coast Heavyweight Champion
      • Henry won his IKF Title on July 8th, 2000, NSW, Australia when he defeated David Huddleston of Newcastle, Australia by TKO at 1:51 of round 2.
      • Henry's title was Retired by the IKF on September 22nd, 2009 when the IKF could not get in contact with hius trainer and he had not reported any updates to his record since winning the title. IKF determined he had retired.
      • Last Update: 9-22-09.


  • Chris Hill
    Butler, Pennsylvania, USA, 14-2/4, 156, 5'11", 16, Jim Stewart
    • IKF Amateur Junior Boys Super Middleweight 165.1-172 - 16-17 Muay Thai Rules North East Coast U.S. Champion.
      • January 25th, 2002: Butler, Pennsylvania, USA: Defeated Josh Billingsley of McKee's Port, Pennsylvania, USA by unanimous decision.
      • Last Update: 8-11-2005.


  • Trisha "TNT" Hill
    Lawerenceville, Georgia, USA, KB: 7-0 with 2 KO's, BX: 2-0, Gary Brown
    • IKF Women's Amateur International Rules U.S. Featherweight Champion.
      • Hill won her Title when she defeated Jacqueline Chavez of Los Lunas, New Mexico, USA (15-5 with 4 KO's) by unanimous decision on July 29th, 2000 in Merraitt, Georgia, USA.
      • Hill's title was retured when she turned Pro in 2002.
      • Last Update: 3-9-03.
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  • Trisha "TNT" Hill
    Lawerenceville, Georgia, USA, KB: 7-0 with 2 KO's, BX: 2-0,
    • IKF Woman's Amateur Muay Thai Rules U. S. Featherweight Champion.
      • Hill won her Title when she defeated Angela Rivera, of Las Vegas Nevada, USA by split decision, 49-46, 49-47, 50-45. on December 2nd, 2000 in Monterey, CA, USA.
      • Hill's title was retured when she turned Pro in 2002.
      • Last Update: 3-9-03.


  • Daniel Hodges
    Ocean Side, California, USA, 9-0-1, AMMA: 1-1, 146, 5'9", 3-31-87, Rocklin Kickboxing Club
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules West Coast Welterweight Champion
      • Hodges won his title January 16th, 2011, Sacramento, California, USA, AK Promotions when he defeated Anthony Gonzales by unanimous decision, 49-46, 50-45 & 48-47.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: April 30th, 2011, Lincoln, California, USA, AK Promotions' "Rumble In The Valley". Defeated Josh San Diego by split decision, 48-49, 49-46 and 46-49.
      • IKF retired Hodges title due to inactivity on October 30th, 2013.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13.

  • Daniel Hodges
    Rocklin, California, USA, 4-1-1, 147, 5'9", 3-31-87, Rocklin Kickboxing Club
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Welterweight California Champion
      • Hodges won his title on October 8th, 2010, Sacramento, California, USA, AK Promotions and Tommy T's IKF KICKBOXING when he defeated Gaston Balanos by majority decision, 47-46, 50-45 and 47-37.
      • IKF retired Hodges title when he won the next title up, the IKF West Coast Welterweight title on January 16th, 2011.
      • Last Update: 1-18-11.


  • Andy Hoffman
    Hanna City, Illinois, USA, 10-3/1, 185, 6', 12-19-79, Ryan Blackorby
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Super Middleweight North Central USA Regional Champion
      • Hoffman won his title on August 4th, 2001 in Peoria Illinois, USA when he defeated Jeremy Engling by Unanimous Decision, 50-45, 50-45, 49-46.
      • IKF retired Hoffman's title due to no reply as to his activity.
      • Last Update: 1-21-09.


  • Maurice Hooks
    Modesto, California, USA, Gene Fields
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules West Coast Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Hooks won his title on April 20th, 2002, Oxnard, California, USA when he defeated Ryan Joiner of San Luis Obispo, CA, USA by split decision 48-47, 48-47 and 47-48.
      • Hooks amateur title was retired when he turned pro on May 23rd, 2003.
      • Last Update: 2-26-03.


  • Moti Horenstein
    Spring Valley, New York, USA, 4-0-1/4, (29-2), 6' 3", 244, 33, Vladimir Borodin
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules United States Super Heavyweight Champion.
      • Horenstein won his title on July 10th, 1998 in Omaha, Nebraska, USA when he knocked out Steve Bass of Omaha, Nebraska, USA at 36 seconds into the 2nd round.
      • Horenstein, Voluntarily Retired this title shortly after he won it when he turned Pro.
      • PHOTO
      • VIDEO
      • Last Update: 10-25-01.


  • Le Hua
    Silmar, California, USA, 2-2/0, 5'8", 138, Need DOB, Lilly Rodriguez
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules California Light Welterweight Champion
      • Hua won his title on June 6th, 1998 in Bakersfield, CA, USA when he defeated Josh Rogers "Muaynoi" of Redding, CA, USA by unanimous decision, 39-37, 40-36, 40-36.
      • Last Update: 11-21-04.


  • Shannon "The Cannon" Hudson
    Greer, South Carolina, USA, 9-4/4, 168, 5'8", 22, 10-11-79, Kevin Hudson
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules South East Super Middleweight Champion
      • Hudson won his title on April 12th, 2002, BATTLE AT THE BREWERY, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, by forfeit when his opponent, Rob Llaneza failed to show up for the bout. The day of the fight, Llaneza phoned Promoter Lane Collyer and simply told him, "I just don't feel like fighting." There was no illness, no medical condition, nothing...
      • FIRST DEFENSE: In his first defense of his title, Hudson lost his title to Steve Hall on August 23rd, 2002 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA by unanimous decision.
      • Shannon fought Professionally in the now defunct WCL and as a Pro Boxer.
      • Last Update: 10-16-09.

  • Shannon "The Cannon" Hudson
    Greer, South Carolina, USA, 18-8/8, 159, 5'8", 23, 10-11-79, Kevin Hudson
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules South East Light Middleweight Champion
      • Hudson won his title on March 1st, 2003, Augusta, Georgia, USA: Defeated Shaun Gay of Valdosta, Georgia, USA by head kick knockout at 28 seconds into round 1.
      • Hudson retired this title when he won the IKF Amateur FCR Light Middleweight East Coast Title on May 15th, 2004.
      • Last Update: 5-17-2004.

  • Shannon "The Cannon" Hudson
    Lyman, South Carolina, USA, 28-10/11, AB: 4-2/2, 158, 5'8", 10-11-79, Kevin Hudson
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules East Coast Light Middleweight Champion
      • Hudson won his title on May 15th, 2004 in Simpsonville, South Carolina, USA when he defeated Steve 'The Warrior' Mann of Richmond, Virginia, USA by unanimous decision, Judge Zack Day: 50-45 - Hudson, Judge Lee Branham: 50-45 - Hudson, Judge Randy Pogue: 49-46 - Hudson.
      • Hudson's Amateur title was retired by the IKF after he fought as a Pro on the World Combat League event in October of 2005.
      • Last Update: 10-17-05.


  • Whitney Huish
    Galway, Ireland, 8-11-1, 54, 5'1", 7-12-87, Pete Foley
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules All Ireland Champion
      • Huish won hers title on November 21st, 2009 in Thurles Sarsfields Centre, Ireland when she defeated Joleen Riley by judges decision, 50-46, 50-47, 50-48.
      • Huish vacated the title due to inactivity in August, 2012.
      • Last Update: 9-25-13.


  • Allan Humphries
    Granville, Australia, 3-1-1/2, 5'10", 74.8 kg
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules New South Wales (Australia) Middleweight State Champion
      • Humphries won his title on July 8th, 2000 in NSW, Australia when he defeated defeated Adam Thomas (Kempo Karate ACT Australia) by TKO at :48 seconds of round 3.


  • Matt Hunter
    St. Paul, Minnesota, USA, 3-1, 144.6, 5'10", 9-13-86, Steve Peterson, Combat Ju-Jitsu
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Minnesota State Welterweight Champion
      • Hunter won his title on August 22nd 2009 in Hinkley, Minnesota, USA on Warriors Fight Promotions when he defeated Adam Patneaude by Majority decision, 40-36, 38-38, 40-36.
      • IKF retired his title on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last update: 10-30-2013.


  • Shaun Hurdman
    Derbyshire, England, 7-6, 62.5kg, 5' 10", 8-31-90, Craig Harrison
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Super Lightweight Midland Area (England) Champion
      • Hurdman won his title on February, 8th, 2009, West Midlands, England, UK, "MAGB Fight Night" when he defeated Haroon Rafiq by Majority decision, 47-48, 48-47, 49-47.
      • Hurdman lost his title on November 28th 2009 in Rochester, Kent, England when he was defeated by Dave Stewart by Unanimous Decision: Judge A: 44-48, Judge B: 44-49, Judge C: 45-48.
      • Last Update 10-6-10


  • John Hurney
    San Jose, California, USA, 5-1/2, 235, 6'2", 11-17-82, Kirian Fitzgibbons
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules Super Heavyweight United States Champion
      • January 16th, 2011, Sacramento, California, USA, AK Promotions IKF KICKBOXING, Defeated Manuel Mancha by Head Kick Knockout at 1:44 of round 3.
      • Hurney lost his title in his first defense on July 1st, 2011 in Sacramento, California, USA against Xavier Vigney by unanimous decision, 49-44 on all 3 judges cards.
      • Last Update 7-4-11




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  • Steve "Boom Boom" Ibbotson
    England, 9-2-2/6, 60kg/132, 5'10", 1-6-86, Trainer Freddy Ibbotso
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Junior Boys Super Lightweight 132.1 lbs. - 137 lbs. -16-17 European Champion.
      • September 22nd, 2002, England: Defeated Willie Burke, Waterford, Ireland by decision.
      • This "Junior" title was retired when Ibbotson turned 18.
      • Last Update: 6-15-05.


  • Matt Inman
    Newcastle, England
    • IKF Open Scoring Rules British Middleweight Title
      • September 15th, 2007, Warrington, England: Defeated Neil Kingan of Birmingham 137 - 132.


  • Hong Phet Inthavong
    Fresno, CA, USA, John Cho
    • IKF Amateur International Rules California Light Middleweight Title
      • Inthavong defeated William Campos of San Francisco, CA, USA by unanimous decision, 40-35, 40-35 & 40-36. This bout was at Win River Casino, Redding, CA, USA on September 24th, 1994.
      • Inthavong won 1 more IKF California title and 1 IKF US title before retiring from kickboxing.
      • Last Update: 7-24-98.


  • Hong Phet Inthavong
    Fresno, CA, USA, John Cho
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules California Light Middleweight Title
      • Inthavong won his second IKF title as he defeated Toshiyuki Nakagawa of Van Nuys, CA, USA by TKO at :36 seconds of round 1. This bout was at Cache Creek Indian Bingo & Casino at Brooks, CA, USA on November 5th, 1994.
      • Inthavong won 3 IKF titles before retiring from kickboxing.
      • Last Update: 9-18-98.


  • Hong Phet Inthavong
    Fresno, CA, USA, John Cho
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules United States Light Middleweight Title
      • Defeated Harry Vicarro of San Diego, CA, USA by Unanimous Decision, 50-43, 50-43 & 50-44. The bout was at Win River Casino, Redding, CA, USA on February 18th, 1995
      • Inthavong won 3 IKF titles before retiring from kickboxing.
      • Last Update: 9-18-98.




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  • Sylvester James
    Eastman, Georgia, USA
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules South Eastern Heavyweight Champion
      • James won his title on February 24, 2001 in Augusta Georgia, USA when he defeated Adrian Turpin of Starr, South Carolina, USA by unanimous decision.
      • He is now retired.


  • Josh Jennings
    Waterloo, Iowa, USA, 10-4/8, AMMA: 1-1, 151, 5'8", 5-1-75, Russ O'Connell
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Iowa State Super Welterweight Champion
      • Jennings won his title on April 8th, 2000 in Waterloo, Iowa, USA when he defeated Jeremy Shuey by TKO at the end of the second round.
      • Jennings title was retired by the IKF due to inactivity
      • Last Update: 12-30-2011


  • Carla Jessup
    Rainham, Kent, England, 13-7-1/0, 54kg, 5'3', 10-12-86, Colin Payne
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules European Bantamweight Champion
      • Jessup won her title on February 22nd, 2009, Kent, England, TKO PROMOTIONS' "The Empire Strikes Back" when she defeated Sandra Matzinger of Switzerland by unanimous decision, 43-49, 42-50, 46-49. Matzinger penalised for low kick count.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: May 10th, 2009, Strood, Kent, England: Defeated Meral Can (Belgium) by unanimous decision, 45-49, 44-50, 46-48.
      • Her title was retired by her trainer, Colin Payne on 3-16-2011 when it was confirmed she was retired.
      • Carla Jessup was also a 2008 IKF World Classic Tournament Champion.
      • Last Update: 3-17-2011


  • Wayne Jones
    Salinas, CA, USA, Rick Noble
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules California Welterweight Title
      • Jones defeated Steve Haleman of Ridgecrest, CA, USA, by KO at 1:01 of round 2. The bout was at Watsonville High School in Watsonville, CA, USA on May, 21st, 1994
      • Jones later retired his title to turn Pro.
      • Jones fell victim to Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, more commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease. Jones died at age 49 on April 28, 2009 in San Jose. He leaves a wife, Carolyn. CLICK HERE.
      • Last Update: 10-21-10


  • Jason Jillian
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Mike Miles
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Canadian Welterweight Title
      • Jillian won his IKF Amateur Title on June 14th, 1997 by unanimous decision over Dave Zuniga, of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 48-47, 48-47 49-46 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
      • Jillian Retired his Title in 2000 when he turned Pro.
      • Last Update: 9-12-2001






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  • Kimo Kekai
    San Francisco, CA, USA, Ralph Castro
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States Welterweight Title
      • Kekai defeated Michael Wood of Arcadia, CA, USA by TKO at 1:58 of round 1 This bout was at Win River Casino, Redding, CA, USA on September 24th, 1994.
      • First Defense: Kekai lost his title to Gary Owens of San Jose, CA, USA on July 24th, 1997. Owens KO'ed Kekai with 2 strong body shots and stopped him at 1:23 of round 1.
      • Kekai has never fought since and was eventually retired from the rankings with a record of 4 wins, 3 loses with 2 wins by KO and 1 win by forfeit on April 8th, 2000.
      • Last Update: 4-8-2000.


  • Danny Kelly
    San Jose, California, USA, 13-1-1/4 - 1 win by forfeit, 6', 179, 26, Javiar Mendez
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Light Heavyweight West Coast Champion.
      • March 20th, 1999, Vallejo, California, USA: Kelly won his IKF Title on March 20th, 1999 by forfeit when his opponent, Darren Freeman did not show up at the scheduled weigh-ins or the event.
      • Danny also won the 2001 IKF USA National Tournament.
      • Danny Kelly retired from kickboxing to open his own gym in Hollister, California, USA, Main Street Kickboxing, on March 17th, 2004.
      • Last Update: 3-17-04.


  • Stephanie Kernan
    Eau Claire, Wisconsin, USA, 16-6-1/2, 133, 5'6", 2-26-76, Mike Lind
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Featherweight United States Champion.
      • Kernan won her title on May 30th, 2008 in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, USA when she defeated Leroy Walters vis unanimous decision 50-43 all 3 judges.
      • IKF retired her title on September 23rd, 2013 due to inavtivity.
      • Last Update: 9-23-13

  • Stephanie Kernan
    Eau Claire, Wisconsin, USA, 16-6-1/2, 133, 5'6", 2-26-76, Mike Lind
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Wisconsin State Lightweight Champion:
      • Kernan won her title on April 27th, 2007 in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, USA when she defeated Lisa Wells by Unanimous decision 40-35, 40-35, 39-36.
      • IKF retired her title on September 23rd, 2013 due to inavtivity.
      • Last Update: 9-23-13


  • Daniel Kim
    Houston, Texas, USA, 11-6/1, 165, 6'1", 12-2-81, Jongsanan Fairtex and Kirian Fitzgibbon
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules North American Middleweight Champion
      • Kim won his title on October 24th, 2009, Richmond, California, USA when he defeated Dion Paminto by unanimous decision, 39-37, 40-36 and 40-36.
      • Kims title was retired on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13.


  • Lee King
    Houston, Texas, USA, 7-1, 176, Mike Altman
    • IKF Amateur San Shou Rules Light Heavyweight United States Champion.
      • King won his title when he Defeated Allen Eggburt of Bellefontaine, Ohio, USA by TKO at 1:54 of round 3, July 21st, 2001, San Jose, CA, USA.
      • King's title was retired when he turned pro.
      • Last Update: 10-1-04.


  • Andy Kipriano
    London, England, 8-0/6, 95kg, 6', 11-17-74, Lee Whittington
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules World Heavyweight Champion
      • Kipriano won his IKF title on November 17th, 2005 in Swanley Kent, England when he defeated Nikolaj Silkin of Lithuania by TKO in round 1.
      • Kipriano title was retired when the IKF was notified he fought for and won a BMBC 95KG MAX PRO Southern area heavyweight title
      • Last Update: 1-31-11.


  • Andy Kipriano
    London, England, 5-0/4, 95kg, 6', 11-17-74, Lee Whittington
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules England Heavyweight Champion
      • Kipriano won his title on April 26th, 2003 in Birmingham England when he defeated John Reynolds of Kirkby Thaiboxing in Liverpool by unanimous decision.
      • Kipriano retired this title when he won the IKF Amateur MTR European Title on April 24th, 2004 in Birmingham England when he defeated Thomas Rosvol of Bergen, Norway by unanimous decision.
      • Last Update: 6-1-06.


  • Andy Kipriano
    Eltam London, England, 5-0/1, 95kg, 6', 11-17-74, Lee Whittington
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules European Heavyweight Champion
      • Kipriano won this Title on April 24th, 2004 in Birmingham England when he defeated Thomas Rosvol of Bergen, Norway by unanimous decision.
      • retired this title when he won the IKF Amateur MTR Heavyweight World title on November 17th, 2005, Swanley Kent, England when he defeated Nikolaj Silkin of Lithuania by TKO in round 1.
      • Last Update: 6-2-06.


  • Greg "G-MAN" Kirkpatrick
    Grass Valley, California, USA, Dannie Stell
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States Heavyweight Title
      • WON TITLE: Kirkpatrick (Right) defeated Lee "Hollywood" Redmond of Las Vegas, Nevada, USA by TKO at 1:54 of round 2. The bout was at Placer High School in Auburn CA, USA on June 19th, 1993.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: Kirkpatrick was defeated by Greg Voyticek of Las Vegas, Nevada, USA by TKO at :46 of the 5th round. The bout was at the Red Lion In in Bakersfield, California, USA on June 11th, 1995.
        • Soon after, Voyticek retired the title and Kirkpatrick fought for it again only to lose to Scott Harmen of Simi Valley, California on May 4th, 1996.
      • Kirkpatrick turned pro as a boxer.
      • He later retired from pro boxing with a record of 5-2/2.
      • He now owns and operates Ringside Gym at the IKF Headquarters.
      • Last Update: 1-25-01.

  • Greg "G-MAN" Kirkpatrick
    Grass Valley, California, USA, Dannie Stell
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules California Cruiserweight Title
      • WON TITLE: Kirkpatrick defeated Anthony Isgro of Van Nuys, California, USA, by unanimous decision, 29-28, 30-27 & 30-27. The bout was at Travis, AFB, Fairfield, California, USA on February 5th, 1994.
      • Kirkpatrick was never challenged for his California Cruiserweight title and eventually retired it and turned Pro in boxing.
      • He later retired from pro boxing with a record of 5-2/2.
      • He now owns and operates Ringside Gym at the IKF Headquarters.
      • Last Update: 1-25-01.


  • Julie Kitchen
    Hayle, Cornwall, England, 5-4/0, 62kg, 5'10", 4-19-77, N Kitchen
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Super Lightweight British Champion
      • Julie won her title on September 10th 2005 in Kent England when she defeated Shelley Wilson of Minotaurs by Unanimous decision.
      • Her title was retired when the IKF was informed she had turned pro.
      • Last Update: 1-12-08.


  • Mark Kling
    Tampa, Florida, USA, 159, 6-1, 6', 5-26-78, Ray Cole, Tampa Muay Thai
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Light Middleweight Florida State Champion
      • May 9th 2009 - St. Petersburg, Florida, USA.
        Defeated Jeremy Clouse of Sarasota, Florida, USA, 159, 6-3 by Majority Decision, 40-36, 39-37, 38-38.
      • PHOTO
      • PHOTO
      • The IKF retired Kling's title on March 4th when they were informed he was retired.
      • Last Update: 3-4-13


  • Chris Knowles
    Watford, England, 20-0-1/?, 255, 6'2", 5-26-79, Paul Taylor
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules European Champion
      • September 5th, 2004, Kent, England when he defeated Tomas Rosvol of Norway. At the end of 5 rounds the judges scored this one, 49-49, 49-48 and 48-49. This was a draw on points. HOWEVER... In a surprising decision, after a discussion with all 3 judges, the IKF Chief Europe Judge Clive Tennant announced that all 3 judges agreed that Chris Knowles was the predominant fighter, taking the fight to Rosvol. In the discussion, Rosvol of Norway and his trainer agreed and IKF Europe appointed Chris Knowles as the New IKF Amateur European Super Heavyweight Thai Boxing Champion.
      • The IKF retired Knowles' title in April 2010 when they discovered he was fighting Professional.
      • Last Update: 4-12-10.


  • Derek Knudson
    Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, 4-0-1/1, 175, 6'1", 1-13-71, Justin Whiley
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Minnesota State Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Knudson won this title on February 21st, 2009 in Mounds View, Minnesota, USA when he defeated James Kottke by Unanimous Decision, 40-36, 40-36, 40-36.
      • IKF retired his title on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last update: 10-30-13


  • Kevin Kovalik
    Kettering, England, 3-10/1, 53.3, 1-11-83, Trainer: Ray Debourgh
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Midland Area England Bantamweight Champion
      • Kovalik won his title on September 26th, 2004 in Kettering, England when he defeated Mindy Paul by TKO at 1:35 of the 4th round.
      • Kovalik amateur title was retired by the IKF when they were informed he was a pro Fighter according to the WKA.
      • Last Update: 1-28-09.


  • Richard Kresechuk
    Venice, California, USA, 8-2-2/5, 6'2", 193, 25, Maurice Travis
    • IKF Amateur International Rules United States Cruiserweight Title
      • Kresechuk defeated Boyd "The Bounty Hunter" Murphy by unanimous decision, 49-45, 48-46 & 49-47. This bout was at Strongbow Stadium, Bakersfield, CA, USA on June 25th, 1994.
      • First Defense: Kresechuk Defeated Boyd Murphy of Bakersfield, CA, USA by Head Kick KO at :30 seconds of round 5. The bout was at Red Lion Inn, Bakersfield, CA, USA on February 26th, 1995
      • The IKF retired his title on 1-25-01 since he was no longer active.
      • Last Update: 1-25-01.




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  • Zoe Land
    Ipswich, England, 6-3, 56.7kg, 5'8", 8-16-89, DPaul Mills
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules English Featherweight Champion
      • Land won this title on May 9th, 2010, Rochester, Kent, England when she defeated Sophie Simnett by Split decision 47-48, 48-49, 49-48.
      • In her First defense on July 24th, 2010 in Essex, England, Kickin' Promotions's "Bulls On Parade 2" she defeated Jodie Whittaker by TKO: 1.28 3rd.
      • In her Second defense on May 12th, 2013 in Rochester, Kent, England Land lost the title to Kay Sumner who defeated her by unanimous decision, 47-48, 46-49, 47-48.
      • Last update: 9-1-13


  • Jericho Lane
    Redding, California, USA, 6-8/2, 6'1", 171, 25, Dan Verdugo
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Super Middleweight California Champion
      • Lane won his title on May 11th, 1996 in Hayward, California, USA when he defeated Cary Nathan of Redwood City, CA by unanimous decision, 39-35, 38-35 and 39-35.
      • First Defense: July 24th, 1997, Redding, California, USA: Defeated Shon Moore of Redding, CA, USA by TKO at :35 of round 4.
      • PHOTO
      • Lane Retired his title when he elected not to defend it due to personal reasons in 2003.


  • Clifford Larson
    Camp Verde, Arizona, 7-6/0, 153, 5'9", 4-4-82, Richard Williams
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Super Welterweight Arizona State Champion
      • Larson won his title on December 6th, 2003 in Camp Verde Arizona USA when he defeated Matt Adock of Phoenix, Arizona by unanimous decision 40-36, 39-36, 39-36.
      • Larson retired his "State" title when he won the South West "Regional" Title in April of 2004.
      • Last Update: 6-4-04.

  • Clifford Larson
    Camp Verde, Arizona, 7-6/0, 153, 5'9", 4-4-82, Richard Williams
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Super Welterweight South West Champion
      • Larson won this title on April 24, 204, Campe Verde, Arozona, USA when he defeated Sean Baca by TKO at 1:18 in round 4.
      • Last Update: 5-1-2006.

  • Clifford Larson
    Camp Verde, Arizona, USA 12-10/2, 153, 5'9", 4-4-82, Trainer Richard Williams
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Super Welterweight World Champion
      • Won Title on April 29th, 2006, at the Yavapia Apache Nation in Camp Verde, Arizona USA when he defeated Darren Snell of Calgary Alberta, Canada by TKO at 1:01 of round 3.
      • Retired his Amateur Title when he fought his first Pro boxing bout on June 29, 2007 - A win over Raymond Harris at the Cliff Castle Casino, Camp Verde, Arizona, United States.
      • Last Update: 7-1-2007.


  • Ben "The Jet" Lee
    Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 6-1, 120, 5'7", 9-7-87, Stan Peterec
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules British Columbia Bantamweight Champion.
      • Lee won his title on August 14th, 2010 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada when he defeated Chriscarlo Chua by unanimous decision.
      • IKF Retired Lee's title on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13


  • John Lenamon
    Abilele, Texas, USA, 7-3/6, 6', 216, 29, James Cox
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules South Central USA Regional Super Heavyweight Champion.
      • Lenamon won his IKF Title on November 24th at the Capitol Ballroom in Jefferson City, Missouri, USA when he defeated Leroy Childs of Jefferson City, Missouri, USA (4-2/0, 6', 245, 23) by TKO in round 2nd round when Childs pulled a hamstring after he threw a kick.
      • Lenamon suffered an injury in 2002 that forced him to retire from the ring.
      • Last Update: 12-6-2002.


  • Jon "LIGHTS OUT" Lewis
    St. Paul, Minnesota, USA 14-2/3, AMMA: 1-0, 137, 5'6", 10-1-78, (1-6-09) Trainer Justin Whiley
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Super Lightweight WORLD Champion
      • Jon won his IKF title on April 21st, 2007 in Durham, North Carolina, USA when he defeated Justin Pickett of Tallahassee, Florida, USA by split decision.
      • Retired his title when he made his Pro debut on May 7th, 2011 in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, USA, a bout he won by TKO.
      • Last Update: 5-15-11.


  • Chuck "The Iceman" Liddell
    Arroyo Grande, California, USA, 20-2/16, 222, 6'2, John Hackelman
    • IKF Amateur International Rules United States Super Heavyweight Champion
      • WON TITLE: Lidell defeated Scott Harmon of Simi Valley, California, USA, by Unanimous decision 49-45, 48-46 & 49-46. The bout was at Strongbow Stadium in Bakersfield, California, USA on October 17th, 1996.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: Lidell lost his title in a rematch to Scott Harmon on January, 25th, 1997 in Bakersfield, CA, USA. Harmon stopped Lidell at the end of the second round when he split open Lidell's chin with a hatchet kick. Lidell's trainer decided to stop the bout when he discovered in addition that Lidell also injured his shin badly.
      • Lidell later retired from doing kickboxing to focus on a very successful career as an MMA Fighter.
        • No need to tell anyone how that went... All of us here at the IKF are Proud of you Chuck!
      • Last Update: 4-8-2000.



  • John Lowe
    England
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules British Champion
      • Lowe won his title on March 12th, 2006, St Helens, England, defeated Mark Turner. Referee stopped fight due toTurner taking on unecessary punishment.
      • Lowe's title was retired in 2011 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 3-16-11.


  • Duane "BANG" Ludwig
    Aurora, Colorado, USA, Greg Davis
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Super Middleweight (This division was later changed to the Light Heavyweight Division) USA Champion.
      • Ludwig won his IKF Title on, Saturday, August 21st 1999, in Broomfield, Colorado, USA when he defeated Terrace James of A.K.K.A in Albq. New Mexico by unanimous decision, 50-46, 50-46 & 50-45.
      • PHOTO OF IKF US TITLE WIN.
      • Ludwig also won the 1999 IKF/Ringside Light Middleweight Muay Thai National Tournament Title.
      • He Retired his Amateur Title to announce he was turning Pro on March 18th, 2000.
      • He later retired from doing kickboxing to focus on a very successful career as an MMA Fighter.
      • Last Update: 3-22-00.


  • Julliau Lugo Jr.
    Barstow, California, USA, 20-5/3, 5'7", 159, 9-8-73, K. Long
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules California State Middleweight Champion.
      • Lugo won his IKF Title on September 27th, 2003, Fairfield, California, USA when he defeated David Anderson by TKO at 1:54 of round 3.
      • He retired this title when he booked his first pro bout for April, 2011.
      • Last Update: 3-8-11.


  • Ryan Lyall
    Wishaw, Scotland, 11-2, 158, 6', 3-26-84, Ray Asken
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Light Middleweight British Champion.
      • Lyall won his IKF Title on, February 22nd, 2009 in Kent, England, TKO PROMOTIONS' "The Empire Strikes Back", when he defeated Pat Sheehan by majority decision, 50-45, 47-49, 48-47.
      • He retired this title when he turned pro in 2010.
      • Last Update: 10-6-10.




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  • Brian Madigan
    Oakland, California, USA, 16-5/4, 189, 6'1", Brent Hamby
    • IKF Amateur San Shou Rules California Cruiserweight Champion
      • Madigan won his IKF Title on, December 15th, 2001 in San Jose, California, USA when he defeated Brian Kuhn by majority decision.
      • Madigan's title was retired on October 11th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 10-11-13


  • Kili Madrid
    Kittel, Hawaii, USA, KB: 21-1/10, AM BX: 20-3/7, 5'8", 141, 21, 9-18-77, Jeff McKee
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Light Welterweight Hawaii State Champion.
      • Madrid won his IKF title when he defeated Jerel Ancheta of Hilo Hawaii by majority decision, 38-37, 39-37 and 38-38 on July 16th, 1999 at the Blaisdell Arena in Honolulu Hawaii.
      • Madrid's Amateur title was retired by the IKF when he had turned pro in Boxing. He is now ranked in the Pro division.
      • Pro Boxing Record
      • Last Update: 3-13-03.


  • Megan Maher
    Waterford, Ireland, 5-2/0, 50.6kg, 5', 2-21-93, Pat Rockett
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules All Ireland Atomweight Champion.
      • Maher won her IKF title in Waterford, Ireland on October 24th, 2010 when she defeated Joleen Riley by majority decision, 50-45, 50-46, 48-49.
      • Maher lost her title on April 16th, 2011 in Thurles, Ireland in a rematch to Megan Maher by unanamous decision, 49-48, 50-48, 50-46.
      • Last Update: 4-20-11.


  • Gary "Slick" Manogue
    Galway, Ireland, 24-1, 69.5kg, 6'1'', 05-28-81, Pete Foley
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules European Super Welterweight Champion
      • Manogue won his title on November 24th, 2012 in Galway, Ireland when he defeated Romain Beranger by TKO at 48 seconds into round three.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: May 26th, 2013, Galway, Ireland: Defeated David Blais by unanimous decision. 50-41, 50-41, 50-41.
      • PHOTO
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      • Manogue's European Title was retired by the IKF when he won the IKF Amateur World Title in this same weightclass on December 7th, 2013 in Galway, Ireland
      • Last Update: 12-14-13

  • Gary "Slick" Manogue
    Galway, Ireland, 19-1/8, AB: 1-0/1, 153, 6'1", 5-28-81, Pete Foley
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Super Welterweight 5 Nations Champion
      • March 13th, 2010, Telford, England: Defeated Gareth Porter by TKO in round 2.
      • This title was retired when Manogue won the IKF European title.
      • Last update: 2-12-13

  • Gary "Slick" Manogue
    Galway, Ireland, 19-1/8, AB: 1-0/1, 153, 6'1", 5-28-81, Pete Foley
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules All Ireland Super Welterweight Champion
      • May 15th, 2010, Galway, Ireland, Black Dragons Promotions' "Rumble In The Bay": Defeated Kayne Nelson by unanimous decision, 50-48, 49-48, 50-45.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: December 3rd, 2011, Galway, Ireland: Defeated Mike Sandford by unanimous decision, 50-46, 50-45, 49-48.
      • This title was retired when Manogue won the IKF European title.
      • Last update: 8-1-13


  • Dave "Madman" Marinoble
    Roseville, CA, USA, James Kane
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States Light Middleweight Title
      • Marinoble defeated Vince Vanderlipe of Salinas, CA, USA by unanimous decision, 48-47, 50-46 & 49-47.
        It was the first of 3 IKF United States titles Marinoble would eventually win.
        This bout was at Win River Casino, Redding, CA, USA on September 24th, 1994.


  • Dave "Madman" Marinoble
    Roseville, CA, USA, James Kane
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States Middleweight Title
      • Marinoble won his title on October 21st, 1995 in Redding, California when he defeated Dominck Sivilon of San Diego, California, USA by Unanimous Decision 49-46, 49-45, 50-44.
        • FIRST DEFENSE: Marinoble defended this title on May 4th, 1996 in Sacramento, California, USA when he defeated Barnie James by TKO at :54 seconds of round 3.


  • Dave "Madman" Marinoble
    Roseville, CA, USA, James Kane
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States Super Middleweight Champion
      • Marinoble won his title on November 16th, 1996 in Redding, California when he defeated Dominck Sivilon of San Diego, California, USA by Unanimous Decision 49-46, 49-46, 50-45.
      • Marinoble won 3 IKF U.S. Full Contact Rules titles in 3 DIFFERENT weightclasses and retired them all when he turned pro.

      • IKF TV HIGHLIGHTS - CLICK HERE.


  • Mike "Machinegun" Marinoble
    Fair Oaks, California, USA, 8-2/3 & (1 win by Forfeit & 1 no contest loss) 5'11", 204, 5-31-66, Dave Marinoble
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules West Coast Heavyweight Champion
      • Marinoble won his title on June 26th, 2000 in Sacramento, California, USA when he defeated Pete Garcia of Redding, CA, USA by unanimous decision, 40-36, 40-36 & 40-36.
      • PHOTO
      • He is now retired.
      • Last update: 11-6-2004.


  • Lindsey Marino
    San Francisco, California, USA, 3-1, 117, Fairtex
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules West Coast Flyweight Champion
      • Marino won her title on March 27th, 2009 at Phantom Promotions', "Fight Night At The Fox" in Redwood City, California, USA when she defeated Charla Villain by unanimous decision, 39-37, 40-36 & 40-36.
      • Marino's title was retired due to inactivity on September 23rd, 2013.
      • PHOTO
      • Last update: 9-23-13.


  • Bryan Merrigan
    Galway, Ireland, 10-7-1, 69.5kg, 5'9'', 5-2-83, Pete Foley
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules All Ireland Super Welterweight Champion
      • Merrigan won his title on June 30th, 2012 in Galway, Ireland when he defeated Tomas Trajkovski by unanimous decision, 49-45, 49-45, 49-47.
      • Merrigan's title was retired on December 4th, 2013 - IKF is confirming with his trainer as to why.
      • Last update: 10-41-13.


  • Matt Martin
    Weston-Super-Mare, England, 4-2, 75kg, 1-7-80, Stuart Davies
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules England Champion Middleweight Champion
      • Martin won his title on July 31st, 2005, Weston Super Mare England when he defeated Dan Webb of Weymouth, England by Unanimous decision.
      • Martin's title was retired when he turned Pro.
      • Last update: 11-19-2009.


  • Travelle Mason
    Florida, USA, 8-0-1/0, 195, 5'11", 1-23-85, Lutz Florida, Mehradad Moyadei
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules Florida State Super Cruiserweight Champion
      • Mason won his title on August 8th 2009, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA when he defeated Michael Anderson by Split Decision with Judges scoring the bout 39-37, 39-37, 37-39.
      • Mason's title was retired by the IKF on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last update: 10-30-13.


  • Elaina Maxwell
    San Jose, California, USA, 13-2/2, 153, 5'7", 12-16-78, Cung Le
    • IKF Amateur San Shou Rules Super Welterweight United States Champion
      • Elaina won her IKF title by forfeit when her opponent Melissa Alley pulled out of the bout after the event started. July 24th, 2004 in San Jose, California, USA.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: July 23rd, 2005, San Jose, California, USA: Defended her title when she defeated Tiffany Chen of New York, NY with a round kick to Chen's face that split her chin open at 1:27 of round 1 stopping the bout.
      • Elaina's title was retired when she turned Pro MMA Fighter on August 6th, 2006. She won the bout by TKO.
      • Elaina retired as a Pro MMA fighter in March of 2012 with a record of 7-4.
      • Sherdog.com
      • ElainaMaxwell.com
      • PHOTO
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      • Last Update: 3-5-14


  • "Irish" Davy McBride
    New Waterford, Ohio, USA, Joe McBride
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules East Coast Bantamweight Champion
      • Berkoluyko won his title on May 2nd, 1998 in Augusta, Georgia, USA when he defeated Matt Holmes of Alabama by Unanimous Decision.
      • McBride's Title was Retired by the IKF on October 27th, 2003 when the IKF concluded that he was inactive.
      • Last Update: 10-27-03.


  • James McCallan
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Iowa State Welterweight Champion.
      • Won his title on April 8th, 2001 in Waterloo Iowa, USA when he defeated Troy McDaniel by Unanimous Decision
      • His title was retired by the IKF on September 22nd, 2006.
      • Last Update: 9-22-06.


  • Troy McDaniel
    Cedar Falls, Iowa, USA, 11-5/6, 5'10", 147, 17, 2-13-83, Travis Fulton
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Iowa State Welterweight Champion.
      • Won his title on October 14th, 2000 at the Five Sullivan Brothers venue in Waterloo, Iowa, USA.
      • McDaniel lost his title to James McCallen by Unanimous Decision on April 8th, 2001 in Waterloo Iowa.
      • Last Update: 8-28-01.


  • Adam McDermid
    Mt. Iron, Minnesota, USA, 26-6-1/6, 188, 6'2", 3-31-82, Self/Justin Whiley, Cellar Kickboxing
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Amateur Cruiserweight World Champion.
      • McDermid won his title on September 19th, 2008 in Mounds View, Minnesota, USA when he defeated Daniel Brison of Hurricane, West Virginia USA by unanimous decision, 50-43, 50-43 and 49-44.
      • McDermid title was retired by the IKF on December 27th, 2013 when he was announced Retired on his Gyms website.
      • Last Update: 12-17-13.


  • Jamie McDermid
    Mountain Iron, Minnesota, USA, 5-1/3, 147, 5'10", 2-18-87, Frank Maki
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Junior Boys Welterweight -14-17- Minnesota State Champion.
      • October 2nd, 2004, Hinckley, Minnesota, USA: Defeated Jim Peterson by unanimous decision.
      • This Junior title was retired when McDermid turned 18.


  • Anthony McGaughey
    Norman, Oklahoma, USA, 27-1-1/16, 157, 5'11", 9-27-77, Trainer Scott Mincey
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Amateur Light Middleweight World Champion
      • April 11th, 2005 in Roseville, California USA when he defeated Mike Morello of Santa Barbara, California, USA unanimous decision 48-47, 49-46 and 48-47.
      • McGaughey title was vacated when his trainer retired him on August 18th, 2008.
      • Last Update: 8-18-08.


  • Phillip McGilvary
    Scotland, 20-3-2/1, 5'8", 62kg, 1-28-81, Jan Cree
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Scottish Welterweight Champion
      • McGilvary won his bout on August 1998 in Burnbank Masonic Club, Hamilton, Lanarkshire when he defeated John Robertson by 3rd round TKO.
      • The IKF retired his title on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last update: 10-30-13.


  • Mitch Milat
    Los Angeles, California, USA, 2-2/0, 5'6", 148, 37, Saekson Janjira
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Super Welterweight California Champion
      • Milat won his title on January, 25th, 1997 in Bakersfield, California, USA when he defeated Jay Garcia of Simi Valley, CA, USA by Unanimous Decision, 30-28, 30-27, 30-27.
      • Milat title was vacated when he turned pro.
      • Last Update: 12-3-03.


  • Monica Christina Michel - Monica Michel Lopez
    New Mexico, USA, 1-3-2/1, 5'4", 129, 9-14-76, Tony Rosales
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Southwest Regional Woman's Lightweight Champion
      • Michel won her bout on April 17th, 2001 in Phoenix, Arizona, USA when she defeated Christina Tapia by unanimous decision, 39-37, 39-37 and 40-36.
      • The IKF retired her title when they had discovered she had fought as a Pro Boxer: Pro Boxing: 1-3-3/1
      • Last update: 1-2-2008


  • Nate Mohr
    Waterloo, Iowa, USA, 5-0/0, 160, 3-3-83, Russ O'Connell
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Middleweight Midwest Champion
      • Won this IKF title on April 24, 2004, Waterloo, Iowa, USA when he defeated David Flurry of Iowa by unanimous decision.
      • Mohr's IKF Amateur titles were retired when it was discovered he had fought Pro MMA
      • Last Update: 1-2-2008.

  • Nate Mohr
    Waterloo, Iowa, USA, 5-0/0, 160, 3-3-83, Russ O'Connell
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Middleweight North Central Champion
      • Won this IKF title on November 20th, 2004 in Waterloo, Iowa, USA when he defeated Chris Cichon by Majority Decision.
      • Mohr's IKF Amateur titles were retired when it was discovered he had fought Pro MMA
      • Last Update: 1-2-2008.


  • Isaac Molina
    San Diego, CA, USA, 5-0/2, Mark Para
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules California Middleweight State Champion
      • Molina won his title on February 17th, 1996 at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, CA, USA by unanimous decision over Randy Tsutsui of Vallejo, CA, USA, 40-37, 40-38 & 40-37.
      • Molina was confirmed retired by his trainer, Mark Parra, and going into acting on March 16th, 2000. He was undefeated as an amateur FCR fighter with a record of 5-0 with 2 KO's.
      • Last Update: 4-3-2000.


  • Oscar Montano
    Surprise, Arizona, USA, 7-5/3, 174, 6'3", 28, 12-22-73
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Super Middleweight U.S. Champion.
      • This title was uncontested at the 2002 USA Nationals so on January 28th, 2003, Phoenix, Arizona, USA, Montano fought and defeated Naeem Munir of Phoenix, Arizona, USA by TKO round 3 for it.
      • However, he did not attend the 2003 IKF USA National Tournament to defend it and another fighter, Derrick Burnsed, won it.
      • Last Update: 8-28-03.






  • Roberto Morales
    Sacramento, California, USA, 8-2/2, AMMA: 0-1, 140, 5'8", 5-29-87, Jeff Baca
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules California Super Welterweight Champion
      • Morales won his IKF title on August 14th, 2010 in Sacramento, California, USA, Muay Thai Lao & Andy K's "NORCAL XTREME COMBAT" when he defeated Anthony Acosta, San Leandro, California, USA by unanimous decision, 50-45, 49-46 & 50-45.
      • After the Title bout Morales was given a 180 day medical suspension and requirement of X-Ray: Must be cleared by Doctor (MD) to compete again.
      • As of October 30th, 2013, no clearance had ever been provided or presented to the IKF or the California State Athletic commission. IKF found no record of him ever fighting again after this bout so due to inactivity, IKF Retired his title on October 30th, 2013.
      • Last update: 10-30-13.


  • Dylan Moran
    Kilmacthomas, Ireland, 20-1, AB: 97-3, 64kg, 5'10'', 12-04-94, Billy O Sullivan
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules All Ireland Champion
      • Moran won his title on August 25th, 2012 in Meath, Ireland when he defeated Tommy Delaney (Mountmellick, Ireland) by unanimous decision, 50-45 on all 3 judges cards.
      • Moran's Ireland title was retired when he won a larger IKF title in the same weightclass, the IKF 5 Nations title on April 27th, 2013, Meath, Ireland, which he won by Forfeit when his opponent, Northern Irelands Nigel Parks failed to show up (with no explanation).
      • Last update: 9-25-13.


  • Mike Morello
    Santa Barbara, California, USA, 9-6-1/2, 159, 5'10", 5-29-72, Steve Morello
    • IKF Amateur International Rules West Coast Light Middleweight Champion
      • Morello won his title on January 31st, 2003, Bakersfield, California, USA when he defeated Raul Rodriguez, of Bakersfield, California, USA by KO at 24 seconds of round 1.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: These two rematched in a *5 round bout on August 8th, 2003 in Bakersfield, CA and Morello lost the title in his first defense by TKO at 53 seconds of round 5.
      • Last Update: 8-21-08.

  • Mike Morello
    • IKF Amateur International Rules West Coast Light Middleweight Champion
      • On April 24th, 2004 in Santa Barbara, California, USA Morello and Raul Rodriguez, of Bakersfield, California, USA rematched again. This time In another *5 round bout for the same title. Morello defeated Raul Rodriguez by unanimous decision, 48-47 on all 3 judges cards.
        • (*) IKF Requires this title to be 4 rounds but the fighters wanted to do 5.
      • Morello retired this title when he turned Pro in 2008.
      • Last Update: 8-21-08.

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  • San Song Moua
    France, 28-1/4, 153, 5'7",
    • IKF Amateur San Shou Rules Intercontinental Super Welterweight Champion
      • Moua won his title by forfeit on December 28th, 2002 in Fresno, California, USA when no opponent answeredthe challenge against him.
      • Moua's title was retired by the IKF on October 11th, 2013 when the IKF discovered he had turned Professional.
      • Last Update: 10-11-13.


  • Vang Moua
    France, 123-24/84, 138, 5'7"
    • IKF Amateur San Shou Rules Intercontinental Light Welterweight Champion
      • Moua won his title on December 28th, 2002 in Fresno, California, USA when he defeated Robert King of Houston, Texas, USA by unanimous decision 16-10, 15-12 and 16-7.
      • Moua's title was retired by the IKF on October 11th, 2013 when the IKF discovered he had turned Professional.
      • VIDEO.
      • Last Update: 10-11-13.


  • Yia "The Bull" Mua
    Fresno, California, USA, Jon Cho
    • IKF Amateur International Rules California Light Middleweight Champion
      • Mua won his title on July 12th, 1997 at the Table Mountain Casino in Fresno, California, USA when he stopped Michael Gutierrez, of Richgrove, CA at 1:59 of the first round.
      • Mua's title was retired by the IKF in January 2001 when he retired.
      • Last Update: 3-2-03.


  • Yia "The Bull" Mua
    Fresno, CA, USA, 9-1/4, 5'7", 159, 24, 5-28-75, John Cho
    • IKF Amateur International Rules U. S. Super Welterweight Champion.
      • Mua won his title on May 8th, 1998 in San Francisco, CA, USA when he defeated Randy Tsutsui of Vallejo, CA, USA, by TKO at 1:07 of round 2.
      • Mua's title was retired by the IKF in January 2001 when he retired.
      • On January 15th, 2010, Yia Mau past away after battling Cancer: 1975-2010
      • Last Update: 8-23-02.

On January 15th, 2010,
Yia Mua past away
after battling Cancer
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  • Leigh Mueller
    British Columbia, Canada
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules British Columbia Welterweight Champion
      • Mueller won his title on August 14th, 2010 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada when he defeated Johnny Williams by split decision.
      • IKF retired Mueller's title on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13.



  • Naeem Munir
    Phoenix, Arizona, USA, 7-2/3, 5'11", 180, 11-11-75
    • IKF Amateur International Rules South West Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Munir won his title on November 18th, 2003 in Phoenix, Arizona, USA when he defeated Eric McMullen by TKO at 1:35 of the 3rd round.
      • Munir's IKF Amateur Titles were retired when he turned to Pro MMA on July 22nd, 2005. Click Here.
      • Last Update: 8-1-2005.


  • Naeem Munir
    Phoenix, Arizona, USA, 7-2/3, 5'11", 180, 11-11-75
    • IKF Amateur International Rules South Mountain Regional Middleweight Champion
      • Munir won his title on December 6th, 2003 in Camp Verde Arizona USA when he defeated Javier Rodrigues of Albq, New Mexico, USA by unanimous decision, 40-35, 39-36, 40-35.
      • Munir's IKF Amateur Titles were retired when he turned to Pro MMA on July 22nd, 2005. Click Here.
      • Last Update: 8-1-2005


  • Naeem Munir
    Phoenix, Arizona, USA, 7-2/3, 5'11", 180, 11-11-75
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Arizona State Light Cruiserweight Champion
      • Munir won his title on June 4th, 2005 at Camp Verde, Arizona, USA when he defeated David Webster by unanimous decision 39-36, 38-37 and 39-37.
      • Munir's IKF Amateur Titles were retired when he turned to Pro MMA on July 22nd, 2005. Click Here.
      • Last Update: 8-1-2005.


  • Cristian "Baby" Muñoz
    Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, 7-0, 157
    • IKF Amateur Full Muay Thai Rules Mexico Light Middleweight Champion
      • Muñoz won his title on July 16th, 2010, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico when he defeated Carlos Hernandez (Tepic Nayarit) by split decision.
      • IKF retired his title on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13.


  • Martin Murray,
    Galway, Ireland, 3-2-2/0, 146.3, 66'5kg, 5'9", 8-24-94, Pete Foley
    • IKF Junior Amateur International Rules All Ireland Welterweight Champion
      • Murray won his title on September 24th, 2011 in Gort, Ireland when he defeated Keith Moroney by unanimous decision, 50-46, 47-46, 50-46.
      • Murray's "Junior" IKF Title was retired when he turned 18, making him an ADULT fighter.
      • Last Update: 9-1-12.


  • Boyd "The Bounty Hunter" Murphy
    Bakersfield, California, USA, 17-5, 189, Eric Nolan
    • IKF Amateur International Rules United States Cruiserweight Title
      • July 12th, 1997, Fresno, California, USA: Murphy defeated Ray Rodriguez (Fresno, California, USA, 16-5-1, 200) by unanimous decision.
      • Murphy retired from the sport soon after.
      • Last Update: 1-25-01.
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  • Jeremy Murphy
    Milpitis, California, USA, 4-0/1, 135, 5'4", 7-14-78, Cung Le
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules West Coast Super Lightweight Champion
      • October 24th, 2009 - Richmond, California, USA, Paco/LTD Productions' "THE RUMBLE IN RICHMOND".
        Defeated Rick Eriec by KO AT 1:57 of round 1.
        • FIRST RESULT: *Split decision draw. Judge Steve English: 40-36, Murphy. Judge Steve Morrow: 39-37 Eriec. Judge Ray Balewicz: 38-38.
          • (*) Murphy should have won this bout. He dropped Eriec with a stomach kick that the referee Ed Collantes thought was a low blow, but it was a "CLEAN stomach kick. Eriec went down in pain, but was given time to recover and fight again...
            1-18-10: This bout has been reviewed and over-ruled by the IKF. See round 1 and the kick for yourself on YouTube by clicking HERE.
      • IKF Retired Murphy's title when they discovered he fought as a Pro MMA Fighter (CLICK) in April, 2012.
      • WEB
      • Last Update: 3-4-13




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  • Aleksander Naumaski
    San Jose, California, USA, A: 10-5/1, 159, 5'9", 4-2-80, Derek Yuen
    • IKF Amateur FULL RULES Muay Thai Light Middleweight WORLD Champion
      • Naumaski won his title on June 29th, 2012 in Sacramento, California, USA when he defeated previous champion, Ed Abasolo by unanimous decision, 49-47 on all three cards.
      • Naumaski title was retired on March 8th, 2014 when he made his Pro Debut.
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      • Last Update: 3-9-14


  • Damien Negrete
    Concord, California, USA, 7-1, 158, George Tstsui
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules California State Light Middleweight Champion
      • Negrete won his title on May 15th, 2009 in Fairfield, California, USA at LTD Productions' "FAIRFIELD FIGHT FEST" when he defeated Josh Kretschmann by unanimous decision, 40-36 on all 3 judges cards.
      • On October 19th, Ms. Angel of COMBAT FITNESS /TEAM TSUTSUI e-mailed the IKF to inform us that he is no longer fighting and that they would like to vacant the belt so others have the opportunity to fight for the title.
      • Last Update: 10-19-2012


  • Tien Nguyan
    Hawaii, USA
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Hawaii State Lightweight Champion
      • Nguyan won his title on July 16th, 1999 in Hawaii, USA by Forfeit when his opponent Che-ung Aiona was a no show.


  • Dave Nielsen
    San Diego, California, USA, 9-1, 185, 6'4", American Boxing
    • IKF Amateur MODIFIED MUAY THAI Rules Light Cruiserweight WORLD Champion
      • April 7th, 2010, Phantom Promotions, San Diego, California, USA: Defeated Jacob Poss of Point Loma, California by Knockout in round 1.
      • Nielsen's Amateur World Title was retired on March 1st, 2012 when the IKF was informed he made his Pro Debut in late 2011.
      • Last update, March, 2012


  • Dave Nielsen
    San Diego, California, USA, 9-1, 185, 6'4", American Boxing
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules West Coast Light Cruiserweight Champion.
      • September 12th, 2009, Los Angeles, California, USA, Phantom Promotions' "Fight Night at the Playboy Mansion" Defeated Sergio Salguera by unanimous decision win, 40-36 on all 3 judges cards.
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      • Nielsen's "West Coast" Title was retired on April 7th, 2010 when he won the Light Cruiserweight WORLD Title on April 7th, 2010 in San Diego, California, USA in this weight class.
      • Last update, May 18th, 2010.


  • Dave Nielsen
    San Diego, California, USA, 6-1, 185, 6'4"
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules California State Light Cruiserweight Champion
      • Nielsen won his title on July 25th, 2009, in San Diego, California, USA when he defeated Derrick Galanis by KO in round 1.
      • Nielsen's "California" Title was retired on September 12th, 2009, Los Angeles, California, USA when he won the West Coast title in this weight class.
      • Last update, September 13th, 2009.


  • Kazushi Nishida
    San Francisco, California, USA, 6-2/0, 6', 172, 27 - 8-19-72, Fairtex.
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Light Heavyweight California Champion.
      • Nishida won his title against Henry Cho of San Louis Obispo, California, USA by majority decision, 38-38, 39-37 and 39-37 on December 11th, 1999 in Bakersfield, California, USA.
      • The IKF Retired Nishida's title after we discovered he had moved to Japan in 2001.
      • Last Update: 3-25-02.


  • Nima Nouri
    Oakland, California, USA, 175, Brent Hamby
    • IKF Amateur San Shou Rules West/Central Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Nouri was awarded his title by forfeit on July 21st, 2001 in San Jose, California, USA when his opponent Adam Ronyn of Houston Kickboxing didn't make the weight for the title.
      • The IKF Retired Nouri title due to inactivity on September 11th, 2013.
      • Last Update: 10-11-13.


  • Alex "The Pit Bull" Novac
    Galway, Ireland, 8-3/1, 67kg, 5'7", 5-30-83, Pete Foley
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules All Ireland Welterweight Champion
      • Novac won his title on May 15th, 2010 in Galway, Ireland, Black Dragons Promotions' "Rumble In The Bay" when he defeated Chris Coyle from Donegal by majority decision, 48-47, 47-47, 48-45.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: October 17th, 2010, Kilkenny, Ireland: Defeated John O' Shea by TKO in Round 3.
      • Novac lost his title in his second defense on March 12th, 2011 in Galway, Ireland to Darryl Orr by split decision, 49-48, 49-48 & 47-49.
      • Last Update: 4-4-11.


  • Julio Nunez
    Albq. New Mexico, USA, Tony Rosalas
    • IKF Amateur International Rules California Light Heavyweight Title
      • Defeated Alain Kelder of Daly City, CA, USA. The bout was at Win River Casino, Redding, CA, USA on February 18th, 1995. it is unknown WHY a New Mexico fighter was allowed to fight for a "California" title. possible the IKF was informed he lived in CA at the time of the bout, which turned out not to be true after the bout.
      • Nunez went on to fight for the IKF United States Light Heavyweight Title against Mike Dougherty of Loomis, CA, USA on October 21st, 1995. A bout he lost to Dougherty. That was the last time he fought on an IKF event.
      • Last Update: 9-18-98.


  • Julio Nunez
    Albq. New Mexico, USA, 14-5/2, 5'11", 175, Tony Rosalas
    • IKF Amateur International Rules New Mexico Light Heavyweight Champion
      • It is unknown when Nunez won this title and possibly never did. However IKF placed this record into the Past champions Page for reference to research.
      • Last Update: 9-22-098.



  • Ethan Nutter
    Citrus Heights, CA, USA, Nasser Niavaroni
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States Middleweight Title
      • Nutter defeated Mike Kolin of Fairfield, CA, USA by unanimous decision, 49-46, 49-47 & 48-46. The bout won the bout of the IKF Best bout of the year in 1993. Early in the fight, Nutter dropped Kolin with a solid right hand. Kolin got back on his feet, but never remembered a thing after the blow. This was the heart of a warrior. The bout was at Placer High School in Auburn, CA on March 20th, 1993
      • Retired to complete college.
      • Last Update: 7-24-98.




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  • Dillon O'Connor
    Cappaquin, Ireland, 8-2-1/0, 59.3kg, 5'10'', 4-7-1993, Ross Barrett
    • IKF JUNIOR Amateur Full Contact Rules 5 NATIONS Featherweight CHAMPION
      • O'Connor won his title on March 6th, 2010 in Bristol, England, Darren Payne's "Bristol Fight Nights" when he defeated Callum Bodman (Valleys Full Contact, Wales) by majority decision, 49-48, 49-48, 48-49.
      • O'Connor's title was retired by the IKF when he turned 18 and was no longer a JUNIOR Fighter (8-17)
      • Last Update: 12-29-11

  • Dillon O'Connor
    Cappaquin, Ireland, 8-2-1/0, 59.3kg, 5'10'', 4-7-1993, Ross Barrett
    • IKF JUNIOR Amateur Full Contact Rules Irish Featherweight CHAMPION
      • O'Connor won his title on November 20, 2010 at the Clonea Strand Hotel in Dungarvan, Ireland when he defeated Paul Gallagher by unanimous decision, 50-44, 50-44, 50-44.
      • O'Connor's title was retired by the IKF when he turned 18 and was no longer a JUNIOR Fighter (8-17)
      • Last Update: 12-29-11

  • Hamza Omar
    Iowa City, Iowa, USA, 7-1/4, 6'1", 194, 5-5-66, Self
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Iowa State Cruiserweight Champion
      • It it unknown how Omar won since we never received the full details from the Promoter of the event, Russ O'Connell


  • Sean O' Neill
    Waterford, Ireland, 23-11, AB: 5-2, 75kg, 5'10'', 5-18-87, Billy O Sullivan


  • Sokhim Or
    Calgary, Alberta Canada, 7-1/5, 5'4", 145, 24, Mike Miles
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules North American Welterweight Champion.
      • Or won his title on Sunday December 13th, 1998 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada when he defeated American Joe Sarkissian by TKO.
      • Or's title was retired by the IKF when he turned Pro.
      • Last Update: 1-10-02.


  • Darryl Orr
    Ramelton, Ireland, 13-4, 66kg, 5'11'', 1-19-88, Joe Wilson
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules All Ireland Welterweight Champion.
      • Orr won his title on March 12th, 2011 in Galway, Ireland when he defeated defending Champion Alex "The Pit Bull" Novac by split decision, 49-48, 49-48 & 47-49.
      • Or's title was retired by IKF Ireland - IKF HQ is awaiting reason.
      • Last Update: 5-15-2012


  • Mark O'Rourke
    Liverpool, England, 1-1/0, 5'8", 525kg, Alby Bimpson
    • IKF Amateur International Rules England North West Area Flyweight Champion
      • Alby Bimpson officially retired his title on 1-26-06.


  • Sergio Ortiz Rodriguez
    Escazi, San Jose, Costa Rica, 10-1-1/6, 170.6, 5'8", 5-16-89, Raul Bustamante
    • IKF Amateur FULL MUAY THAI RULES Middleweight WORLD Champion
      • Ortiz won his title on April 28th, 2012 in Camp Verde, Arizona, USA when he defeated Cecil Tudor of Glendale, Arizona, USA, by Unanimous Decision, 49-46 on all 3 judges cards.
      • IKF retired Ortiz's Amateur title when he turned PRO and fought his first PRO MMA bout in March of 2013.
      • Ortiz was also a 2011 IKF World Classic Tournament Champion.
      • Last update: 3-12-13


  • Louise Orton
    Rainham, Kent, England, 6-0, 5'7", 57KG/129, 8-9-91, Colin Payne
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules British Lightweight Champion
      • Orton won her title on February 22nd, 2009 in Kent, England, TKO PROMOTIONS' "The Empire Strikes Back" when she defeated Nicola Craigie by unanimous decision, 44-50, 45-49, 44-50.
      • Her title was retired on 3-16-11
      • Last Update: 3-16-11.


  • Kayla Oudthone
    Jacksonville, Arkansas, USA, 12-5/1, 127, 5'11", 8-3-89, David Oudthone
    • IKF Junior Amateur Girls International Rules Central Regional Bantamweight Champion
      • Won her title on March 5th, 2005 when she defeated Lauren Herrig of Dubuque, Iowa, USA by Unanimous Decision.
      • IKF retired her title by the request of her trainer/father on November 15th, 2008.
      • Last Update: 11-16-08.


  • Chris Overbey
    Bellefontaine, Ohio, USA, AKB: 13-2/7, 5'9", 159.5, 30, 3-17-70, Scott Sheeley
    • IKF Amateur San Shou Rules U. S. Middleweight Champion.
      • Overbey won his Title when he defeated Shawn Mietz of San Jose, CA, USA by TKO when Mietz couldn't answer the bell for round 3 on June 26th, 2000, in Sacramento, California, USA.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: Overbey lost his first bout ever and his title in San Jose, CA, USA on July 21st, 2001 when he was defeated by Kimo Rigmadan of Houston, Texas, USA by unanimous decision.
      • Last Update: 6-24-04.


  • Gary Owens
    San Jose, CA, USA, Javiar Mendez
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Welterweight United States Title
      • Owens won his IKF Title when he defeated former Champion, Kimo Kakai of Roseville, California, USA back on July 24th, 1997 in Redding, California, USA when he stopped Kakai with an explosive body shot.
      • Owens Lost his title in one of the GREATEST IKF Amateur Title fights EVER To Florida's Derrick Samuels on May 20th, 2000 in Fairfield California, USA. The scores were 48-47 for Owens, 48-47 for Samuels and 49-46 Samuels.
      • Owens now fights Pro Muay Thai.
      • Last Update: 7-5-07.




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  • Cheyenne Padeken
    Waianae, Hawaii, USA, KB: 12-2-1/2, AM BX: 100-4/6, 5'10", 159, 4-15-75, Doug Westbrook
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules West Coast U.S. Middleweight Champion
      • Padeken won his title on July 16th, 1999 in Honolulu Hawaii: Won Title by forfeit when his opponent pulled out inside 48 hours prior to the bout. Promoters matched him with who they WERE TOLD was an amateur, Dominic Robles of Citrus Heights, California trained by Nasser Niavaroni. However, what Niavaroni didn't tell the promoters was that Robles was registered as a pro boxer in the State of California and in the IKF Rankings since he had just fought a pro boxing match a few weeks earlier in Sacramento California. The two ended up fighting a special non sanctioned exhibition bout that ended in a majority draw, 38-38, 40-40 and 40-37 in favor of Robles.
      • Padeken's Title was Retired by the IKF on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13.

  • Bryan Padilla
    San Jose, California, USA, 8-3/1, 153, 5'10", 11-16-77, Rudi Ott
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Super Welterweight West Coast Champion
      • Padilla won his title on July 11th, 2009, Phantom Promotions', "Fight Night At The Fox", Redwood City, California, USA when he defeated previous champion, John Duenas by TKO at 1:18 of round 2.
      • Padilla lost his title in his first defense on February 12th, 2010 in Sacramento, California, USA on AK Promotions' "IKF KICKBOXING" to Jon Pryor by TKO at :15 seconds of round 2.
      • Last Update: 2-15-10


  • Jose Palacios
    San Jose, California, USA, 11-2/4, 145, 5'8", 11-10-82, Cung Le
    • IKF Amateur San Shou Rules United States Welterweight Champion
      • Palacios won his title on July 24th, 2004 in San Jose, California, USA when he defeated Boy Faphiamai of San Francisco, California by KO at :37 seconds into round 1, Stop due to Ankle injury on Faphiamai.
      • Palacios Amateur Title was retired when he fought Pro MMA in August of 2006.
      • (Last Update 11-1-06)




  • Jose Palacios
    San Jose, California, USA, 11-2/4, 145, 5'8", 11-10-82, Cung Le
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules West Coast Welterweight Champion
      • Palacios won his title on April 30th, 2005, Fairfield, California, USA when he defeated Johnny De La Cruz of Modesto, California, USA by unanimous decision, 40-36 on all 3 judges cards.
      • Palacios Amateur Title was retired when he won his IKF USA Amateur title.
      • Last Update 11-1-06.




  • Dominque Parker
    Vista, CA, USA
    • IKF Amateur International Rules California Super Middleweight Title
      • Defeated Alain Kelder of Daly City, CA, USA by Unanimous Decision, 40-34, 39-37 & 40-36 The bout was at Travis AFB, Fairfield, CA, USA on April 29th, 1995
      • No one knows what happened to Parker after this bout. He never fought again according to our records and was never challenged for his title. His record was 6-2.
      • Last Update: 10-3-98.


  • John "PSYCO" Parker
    Fairfield, CA, USA, Jacob "STITCH" Duran
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States Light Welterweight Title
      • Parker won his title by unanimous decision over Eric "The Pitbull" Haddock of Newark, CA, USA. The bout was at Solano College in Fairfield, CA, USA on October 17th, 1992.
      • First Defense: Lost to Jones Tom of San Francisco, CA USA. The bout was at Travis AFB in Fairfield, CA, USA onSeptember 18th, 1993
      • Parker lost his title to Jones Tom on Sept. 18th, 1993. The bout sparked controversy as Tom elected to wear headgear and Parker didn't. The headgear made a major difference in the bout. The defeat was devastating and Parker never fought again after it. After the bout, the IKF voted to never allow headgear in a mens title bouts. However, this was changed in 2000 when headgear became mandatory. However again, the "Optional Headgear Rule" was added in 2006.
      • Last Update: 1-25-07


  • Paul Pearman
    Martinez, Georgia, USA, Mike Carlson
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules East Coast Middleweight Champion.
      • Pearman won his title on May 2nd, 1998 in Augusta, Georgia, USA when he defeated Lane Andrews, Indiana by Unanimous Decision
      • Pearman's Title was Retired by the IKF on October 27th, 2003 when the IKF concluded that he was inactive.
      • Last Update: 10-27-03


  • Skylr Penna-Coutterye
    San Francisco, California, USA, 9-0, 153, 6', 4-28-89, Sam Phimsoutham, World Team USA,
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules Super Welterweight North American Champion.
      • Penna won this title on July 11th, 2009, Phantom Promotions' "Fight Night At The Fox II", in Redwood City, California, USA when he
        Defeated Aaron Swenson by unanimous decision.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: August 14th, 2010 in San Mateo, California, USA, Phantom Promotions' "Fight Night To The Mansion"
        Defeated Jon Pryor by Unaminous Decision, 49-46 on all 3 judges cards.
      • Penna retired this title when he won the World Title in this same weight class on October 8th, 2011, AK Promotions Presents "IKF Championship Muay Thai Kickboxing" Oakland, California, USA when he defeated previous World Champion Jon Pryor by unanimous decision, 48-47, 49-46 & 49-46.
      • Last Update: 7-14-09

  • Skylr Penna-Coutterye
    San Francisco, California, USA, 6-0, 150, 6', 4-28-89, Sam Phimsoutham,
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules United States Super Welterweight Champion.
      • Penna-Coutterye won his title on March 27th, 2009, Phantom Promotions', "Fight Night At The Fox", Redwood City, California, USA when he defeated Steven Baca by TKO at 1:59 of round 4 with a shin kick to the head.
      • Penna-Coutterye US title was retired when he won the North american title on July 11th, 2009, Redwood City, California, USA.
      • Last Update: 7-14-09


  • Marvin Perry
    Boston, MA, USA, 23-1/7, Jason Ming Yee, Boston Sanshou Academy
    • IKF U.S. Amateur San Shou Heavyweight Champion.
      • Perry won his title in San Jose, CA, USA July 21st when he defeated Adam Caldwell by TKO at :26 seconds of the 3rd round.
      • Perry's title was retired by the IKF when the IKF discovered he won the "AMATEUR" title after already being a Pro.
      • Last Update: 11-2-01.


  • Rusty Perry
    Douglasville, Georgia, USA, Gerald Bush
    • IKF Amateur East Coast U.S. FCR Champion.
      • Perry won his title in April 1999 by walkover at the IKF South East Regional Tournament.
      • Perry's title was retired in 2002.
      • However, it was later discovered that he was a "PRO" fighter when he won the IKF Amateur Title in 1999. He fought as a Pro in 1997.
      • For this reason, the IKF does not recognize his title.


  • Tommy Pestana
    Waianae, Hawaii, USA, 7-0-1/6, 5'10", 174, 6-2-70, Doug Westbrook
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules West Coast Light Heavy U. S. Champion
      • Pestana won his title on July 16th, 1999 in Honolulu Hawaii when he Defeated Jerico Lane of Redding California, USA by TKO at 56 seconds of the 3rd round. Lane came to the bout with only 48 hours notice when he replaced Southern California's Edgar Fierro, who pulled out claiming to have a knee injury but it it was later discovered that he no showed to the airport because he couldn't make the fight weight.


  • Bryan Petro
    Dublin, California, 7-0/4, 147, 5'9", 8-21-83, Kirian Fitzgibbons
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules California Welterweight Champion
      • May 15th, 2009, Fairfield, California, USA, LTD Productions' "FAIRFIELD FIGHT FEST". Defeated Richard Biala by TKO at 1:56 of Round 2.
      • Petro title was retired by the IKF when he won the IKF Amateur MTR North American Welterweight Title on October 24th, 2009.
      • Last Update: 12-1-09.


  • Caleb Plant
    Ashland City, Tennessee, USA, 37-8/16, 165, 6', 7-8-92, Richie Plant
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States Middleweight Champion
      • Plant won his title on May 15th, 2009 in Mounds View, Minnesota, USA when he defeated Scott Legus by unanimous decision, 50-45 on all 3 judges cards.
      • Plant's Middleweight title was retired on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • IKF did not retire his IKF Amateur Super Middleweight World title which he won on October 9th, 2009.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13.


  • Sarah Ponce
    Houston, Texas, USA, AK: 12-1/0, 126, 5'7", 11-21-76, Mike Altman
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Featherweight U. S. Champion
      • April 3rd, 2004, Denver, Colorado, USA: Defeated Katie Meehan of Colorado, USA by unanimous decision.
      • Ponce's title was retired when she fought as a pro fighter for the WCL.
      • Last Update: 1-6-08.


  • Albert Pope
    Boston, Massachuttes, USA, 15-2, 140, Jason Yee
    • IKF Amateur San Shou Rules United States Light Welterweight Champion
      • Pope won his title on July 21st, 2001 in San Jose, California, USA. He was awarded the title by Forfeit when Armando Ramos of San Francisco, CA, USA was a no show at the event after confirming he would be there for a specially scheduled late weigh-in. Since Ramos' no show was within 48 hours of the scheduled bout, Pope won the Title by forfeit.
      • Pope's title was retired by the IKF on October 11th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 10-11-13


  • Mickee Porritt
    Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, 9-1/8, 177, 6'1, 6-21-73, Cade Anderson
    • IKF Amateur International Rules North Mountain Regional Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Porritt won his title on September 13th, 2003, Salt Lake City Utah, USA when he defeated Spenser Buhler of Nampa, Idaho, USA by unanimous decision.
      • Porritt title was retired on 9-22-09 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 1-6-08.


  • Myles Price
    Kilkenny, Ireland, 33-5-3/1, 75kg, 6'1", 5-23-88, Mick Bland
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules All Ireland Middleweight Champion
      • Price won his title on October 25th, 2009 in Waterford, Ireland when he defeated Keith Whelan. Whelan was slightly ahead on scorecards but was caught flush on the chin with a roundhouse kick by Price and knocked out at 53 seconds of round 5.
      • Price's title was retired on September 26th, 2010 when it was announced he had turned Pro and a new Champion was crowned.
      • Last Update: 10-5-10.



  • Jon Pryor
    Sacramento, California, USA, 8-3, 152, 5'7", 11-29-89, Cedric Robinson
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules Super Welterweight World Champion
      • Pryor won his title on April 30th, 2011 in Lincoln, California, USA when he
        Defeated Aleksander Naumaski by unanimous decision, 48-47, 48-47 and 48-47.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: October 8th, 2011, Oakland, California, USA, AK Promotions
        Lost title to Skylr Pena by unanimous decision, 48-47, 49-46 & 49-46.
      • Last Update: 10-24-11.





  • Jon Pryor
    Sacramento, California, USA, 7-3, 152, 5'7", 11-29-89, Cedric Robinson
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules United States Super Welterweight Champion
      • Pryor won his title on October 8th, 2010, Sacramento, California, USA, AK Promotions and Tommy T's IKF KICKBOXING
        Defeated Quincy Shoemann by split decision 48-47, 49-46 & 47-48.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: January 16th, 2011, Sacramento, California, USA, AK Promotions
        Defeated Josh Kretschmann by Knockout at 1:57 of round 1.
      • Pryor's title was retired on April 30th, 2011 when he won the IKF WORLD title in this same weightclass.
      • Last Update: 5-3-11.





  • Jon Pryor
    Sacramento, California, USA, 5-3, 154, 5'6", 11-29-89, Cedric Robinson
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules West Coast Super Welterweight Champion
      • Pryor won his title on February 12th, 2010 in Sacramento, California, USA, AK Promotions' "IKF KICKBOXING" when he defeated previous Champion Bryan Padilla by TKO at :15 seconds of round 2.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: July 2nd, 2010, Sacramento, California, USA, AK Promotions and Tommy T's "IKF KICKBOXING", Defeated John Kusaba (San Bruno, CA) by split decision, 39-37, 39-37 & 37-39. PHOTO
      • Pryor's title was retired on October 11th, 2010 when he fought for and won the vacant IKF USA Super Welterweight Title.
      • Last Update: 10-11-10.


  • Antonio Puente
    San Francisco, CA, USA, Tat Mau Wong
    • IKF Amateur International Rules United States Light Welterweight Title
      • San Francisco, CA, USA, Tat Mau Wong
      • Puente won the first IKF Title bout when he defeated George "TNT" Tsutsui by a close decision. The bout was at Kezar Pavilion in San Francisco, CA, USA on March 27th, 1993.
      • Puente never defended this title, because he vacated it when he decided to move up in weight where he won the IKF U. S. Welterweight title a year later. He never fought another sanctioned bout other than some smoker bouts after winning the welterweight title. Then, after changing trainers, he became inactive in kickboxing.
      • Puente's title was finally vacated in 1998.
      • Last Update: 7-24-98.


  • Antonio Puente
    San Francisco, CA, USA, Tat Mau Wong
    • IKF Amateur International Rules United States Welterweight Title
      • Puente won by TKO over David Morrow of Fairfield, CA, USA at 1:10 of round 3. The bout was at USF in San Francisco, CA, USA on March, 26th, 1994.
      • Puente never defended this title. He never fought another sanctioned bout other than some smoker bouts after winning the welterweight title. After changing trainers, he became inactive in kickboxing.
      • This title was finally vacated in 1998, when he was unable to defend it.
      • Last Update: 7-24-98.




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  • Manuel Quezada
    Wasco, California, USA, AKB: 8-3/4, 230, 6'1", Roque Quezada
    • IKF Amateur International Rules United States Amateur Heavyweight Champion.
      • March 14th, 1998, Bakersfield, CA, USA, defeated Jason Williamson, Bakersfield, CA by KO in round 1.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: June 6th, 1998, Bakersfield, CA, USA, Lost to Boyd Murphy, Bakersfield, CA, USA by unanimous decision, 48-47, 49-45, 46-45.
      • Last Update: 8-30-12.


  • Manuel Quezada
    Wasco, California, USA, AKB: 8-3/4, 230, 6'1", Roque Quezada
    • IKF Amateur International Rules California Super Heavyweight Champion.
      • Quezada defeated Carter Williams of Modesto, CA on September 12th, 1998 in Bakersfield, CA by TKO.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: April 24th, 1999, Friant, CA, USA Defeated Carter Williams (3-3-1/0, 226) of Modesto, CA, USA by "Inhalant Disqualification" when it was discovered by the California Athletic Commission Rep, Dean Lohuis, that Carter's trainer had Ammonia on his wipe rag during the first round break. Quezada was leading on all 3 judges cards after a first round knockdown of Williams, 10-8.
      • SECOND DEFENSE: December 11th, 1999, Bakersfield, CA, USA. Defeated Sam Malioo of Long Beach, California, USA by KO at 1:44 of round 2.
      • PROPOSED TITLE DEFENSE: October 7th, 2000, Centennial Gardens in Bakersfield, CA. Challenged by Sean Tuttle, (220, 6', 6-2/4, Bakersfield, CA) but the bout did not take place.
      • June of 2001: Title was retired/stripped by the IKF when Quezada demanded to be paid to defend on an event promoted by Abe Belardo in Bakersfield CA. His challenger was Carter Williams, the same fighter he defeated to win the title 3 years earlier. This time though Williams was 40+ lbs bigger.
      • Quezada turned to Pro Boxing in August, 2001.
      • Pro Boxing Record.
      • Last Update: 8-30-12.




  • Manuel Quezada
    Wasco, California, USA, AKB: 8-3/4, 230, 6'1", Roque Quezada
    • IKF Amateur International Rules West Coast USA Super Heavyweight Champion.
      • Quezada won this title on February 20th, 1999 when he defeated Dewey Cooper of Las Vegas Nevada, by unanimous decision 48-47, 49-46 and 49-46 in Bakersfield, California, USA
      • Quezada turned Pro as a Pro Boxer in August of 2001 which vacated his Amateur title.
      • In September of 2007 he won the WBC CABOFE (Caribbean Boxing Federation) heavyweight title.
      • Last Update: 12-24-07.
      • Quezada's Last Kickboxing bout was on December 11th, 1999, and ended with an Amateur Kickboxing record of 8-3 with 4 wins by KO/TKO.
      • He never fought as a Pro Kickboxer.
      • Last Update: 8-30-12.

  • Manuel Quezada
    Wasco, California, USA, AKB: 8-3/4, 230, 6'1", Roque Quezada




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  • Armando Ramos
    San Francisco, California, USA, 13-4/2, 5'8", 137, 25, Fairtex
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Super Lightweight California Champion.
      • Ramos won his title on December 9th, 1998 when he defeated IKF California Featherweight Amateur Champion, Vantha Chhim of Modesto, CA, USA (6-2) to win the IKF California Super Lightweight Amateur Title by unanimous decision.
      • Ramos title was retired by the IKF when he turned Pro in 2002.
      • Last Update: 9-10-03.


  • Steven Raybould
    Billingham, England, 12-1-1, 55.7kg, 5'10, 5-9-96, Ron Gray
    • IKF Junior Amateur Full Contact Rules British Featherweight Champion.
      • Raybould won his title on May 13th, 2012 in Kent, England when he defeated George Hennon by unanimous decision 49-47, 49-46, 50-46.
      • PHOTO
      • Raybould title was retired by the IKF when he won the IKF Junior Amateur FCR European Featherweight Title on October 26th, 2013 in Billingham, England.
      • Last Update: 12-10-13


  • Charles - Lee Hollywood Redmond
    Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, Gwen Wydermyre
    • IKF Amateur International Rules United States Cruiserweight Title
      • Lee defeated Jason King of Albq. New Mexico, USA by TKO at 1:39 of the 1st round. The bout was at Kezar Pavilion in San Francisco, CA, USA on March 27th, 1993.
      • Redmond was the First Ever IKF Amateur U. S. Cruiserweight Champion and fought once more for the IKF for the IKF Full Contact rules Heavyweight Title in which he lost by TKO to Greg Kirkpatrick of Grass Valley, CA, USA.
      • He never lost his IKF International Rules Cruiserweight title.
      • Redmond later turned pro, retiring his IKF International Rules title and continued his fighting career fighting out of Las Vegas under the guidance of Gwen Wydermyre. Redmond was scheduled to fight in the spring of 1998 for the Intercontinental Super Heavyweight Pro title against Matt Skelton of the UK. The bout was scheduled to be in West Virginia in late April 1998. However, Redmonds pro career was not to be. Redmond was the victim of a jealous stalker who became attracted to him through an acquaintance. Even though the girl knew he was a married man, she continued to call him at work, show up at his work and other public places until he had a restraining order filed on her. Although nothing ever occurred physically between the two, she went as far as making threats to him that she would harm him if he didn't leave his wife. Redmond had been married to wife Renee for 3 years and together, they had a daughter, Lexus. Late Sunday night October 12th, 1997, the girl caught up to Redmond while he was alone and shot him in the back. Charles Lee Redmond was pronounced dead early Monday morning, October 13th at 5:20 AM, by the Las Vegas coroners office. Rest in Peace Lee...
      • See the story under 1997 IKF NEWS.
      • The story is also in the internet and can be read by clicking HERE.
      • Last Update: 7-24-98.


  • Eric "The Hitman" Regan
    Citrus Heights, CA, USA, 7-0/6, Nasser Niavaroni
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules California Super Welterweight Title
      • Regan defeated Jacob Anaya of Albq. New Mexico by TKO at 1:44 of the 3rd round in San Carlos, California, USA on March 30th, 1996.
      • Regan's title was retired when he turned pro in 1999.
      • Last Update 1-6-08.

  • Eric "The Hitman" Regan
    Citrus Heights, CA, USA, 8-0/7, Nasser Niavaroni
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States Super Welterweight Title.
      • Regan defeated Josh Foster of Almogordo New Mexico by knockout at 1:50 of the 4th round in Sacramento, California, USA on May 4th, 1996.
      • Regan's title was retired when he turned pro in 1999.
      • Last Update 1-6-08.


  • Jake Richards
    England, NEED ALL STATS, 11-1, Neil Kelly
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Light Welterweight English Champion
      • Richards won his title on 5th July 2008, Land Rover Club, Solihull, England when he defeated Reece Mcallister.
      • His title was retired due to inactivity in 2010.
      • Last update: 10-6-10


  • Craig Richardson
    Waterloo, Iowa, USA, 3-1/1, 6'2", 158, 10-31-75, Russ O'Connell
    • IKF Junior Amateur Full Contact Rules World Champion
      • Richardson won his title on April 29th of 2001, in Newcastle, England when he defeated Bruno Susano from Portugal by unanimous decision, 68-63, 69-64 and 69-64 in a GREAT 7 Round "Toe To Toe" THRILLER!
        • HOWEVER, for whatever reasons, IKF Europe (At the time, Alby Bimpson) never reported to the IKF what Age, or weightclass these fighters fought in so we were unable to list them in the official IKF rankings.
      • This was the first ever IKF Junior Amateur World Title
      • Last update: 1-5-12


  • Travis Richardson
    Waterloo, Iowa, USA, 3-1/1, 6'2", 158, 10-31-75, Russ O'Connell
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Iowa State Light Middleweight Champion
      • Richardson won his title on April 8th, 2000 in Waterloo, Iowa, USA when he defeated Vince Harl of Grinnell, Iowa, USA by TKO in round 2.
      • Last update: 10-6-10


  • Kimo Rigmadan
    Houston, Texas, USA, 8-2/0, 162, Mike Altman
    • IKF U.S. Amateur San Shou Middleweight Champion.
      • Rigmadan won his title in San Jose, CA, USA, July 21st, when he defeated Previous Champion Chris Overbey of Bellefontaine, Ohio, by unanimous decision.
      • Rigmadan's Amateur title was retired after he fought in a Pro Boxing match on March 1st, 2002.
      • Last Update: 6-24-04.


  • Nick Ring
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Mike Miles
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Western Canadian Champion
      • Ring won his title on June 14th, 1997 over Shane Doerkson of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada by unanimous decision, 40-36, 40-36 & 39-37.
      • Ring Voluntarily vacated his Amateur Title when he turned Pro in January 2000.
      • Last Update: 1- 28-00.


  • Bobby Risteski
    Liverpool, NSW, Australia, 5-1-2/0, 168cm, 66kg, 12-28-79, Khom Sunn Gym
    • IKF Amateur International Rules New South Wales State Champion
      • Risteski Won the Title by Forfeit when opponent, Robert Redroff of Sydney, NSW Australia weighed in heavy at 71kg.


  • Bobby Risteski
    Liverpool, NSW, Australia, 5-1-2/0, 168cm, 66.16 kg, 12-28-79, Khom Sunn Gym
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules South Pacific Welterweight Champion
      • Risteski won his title on March 4th, 2000 in Sydney, Australia when he defeated Dean Archer of Hamilton, New Zealand by unanimous decision, 49-47, 50-49 and 49-48.


  • Dustin Robbins
    Crystal River, Florida USA, 7-4, 161, 1-7-87, Stefan Butin Bik
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules Florida State Middleweight Champion
      • Robbins won his title on August 8th 2009 on the Ultimate Fighting School's "Muay Thai Kickboxing 5" in St. Petersburg, Florida, USA when he defeated Brian Cleary by Majority Decision with judges scoring this bout 39-37, 39-37, 38-38.
      • Robbins' title was retired on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13.


  • Raul Rodriguez
    Bakersfield, California, USA, 19-6/7, 158, 5'8", 22, Abe Belardo
    • IKF Amateur International Rules West Coast Light Middleweight Champion
      • Rodriguez won his title on August 8th, 2003 in Bakersfield, California, USA in a *5 round rematch with Mike Morello. He won by TKO at 53 seconds of round 5.
        • (*) IKF Requires this title to be 4 rounds but the fighters requested to do 5 so IKF allowed them to.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: Rodriguez lost his title on April 24th, 2004 in Santa Barbara, California, USA in another 5 round bout to Mike Morello, which was their third meeting. Morello defeated Rodriguez by unanimous decision, 48-47 on all 3 judges cards.
      • Last Update: 4-10-2004.


  • Raul Rodriguez
    Bakersfield, California, USA, 19-5/7, 158, 5'8", 22, Abe Belardo
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules California Light Middleweight Champion
      • Rodriguez won his title on May 31st, 2003, Fairfield, California, USA by forfeit when his opponent John Parker injured his ankle the day before the fight.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: Rodriguez defended the title on September 27th, 2003, Fairfield, California, USA when he defeated the same John Parker by TKO at :40 seconds into the third round.
      • SECOND DEFENSE: Rodriguez lost his title on March 20th, 2004 in Studio city, California, USA when Chris Webber of Whittier, CA defeated him by split decision, 48-47, 48-47 and 47-48.
      • Last Update: 3-22-04.


  • Adam "The Elder" Rogers
    Seaside, California, USA, 8-3/3, 5'10", 156, Rick Noble
    • IKF Amateur International Rules California State Light Middleweight Champion
      • Rogers defeated Tony Sanza of Fairfield, California by TKO at 1:03 of the second round on May 20th, 2000, Fairfield, California, USA.
      • Rogers Voluntarily vacated this title on March 31st, 2003 when he retired from the ring. - Adam... Whether in the ring or out, we will always see you as a TRUE Champion for not just the IKF, but for the Sport of Kickboxing!
      • Adams Rogers In Our Prayers
        • FRIDAY, October 3rd, 2003: Less than 2 weeks ago, former 2 Time IKF Amateur Champion Adam Rogers was involved in a near fatal motorcycle accident when he ran into a wild boar, that left him in a coma. We are sad to announce that he is still in that coma today. It now has been close to 10 days & the doctors (neuro-specialists) do not see any improvements or changes in his condition. To put it mildly, they do not believe that he will come out of his coma anytime soon. Those close to him that have been spending time with him have seen small positive signs but the doctors involved do not see them as significant enough to consider them signs of progress. They have also noted that they do not anticipate any changes in Adam's status or further treatments during this coming week. We here at the IKF would like to ask all of you to keep Adam in your prayers as we will do.
        • June, 2006: Adam was in a coma for 30 days. came out of his Coma but is still in a recovery state. As of this date he still could not walk but vowed he will soon.
      • Last Update: 6-12-2006.


  • Gavin Rogerson
    Leigh, England
    • IKF Open Scoring Rules British Cruiserweight Title
      • September 15th, 2007, Warrington, England: Defeated Carlos Dait of Altrincham 83 - 63.


  • Justin Roman
    San Jose, California, USA, 4-2, 156, 5'8", 11-22-88, Team USH/Cung Le
    • IKF Open Modified Muay Thai Rules West Coast Light Middleweight Champion.
      • Roman won his title on March 27th, 2009, Phantom Promotions', "Fight Night At The Fox", Redwood City, California, USA when he defeated Daniel Agid by TKO at :26 seconds of round 1.
      • IKF Retired his title on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13.

  • Danny Russ
    Beloit, Wisconsin, USA, Impact
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Midwest Light Heavyweight Title
      • Russ won his IKF Title on September 6th, 1998 in Beloit Wisconsin, USA over Roy Jones of Chicago, Illinois by Majority Decision, 39-37, 38-38 & 38-37.
      • Russ Voluntarily vacated his Amateur Title when he turned Pro in 1999.
      • Last Update: 8-11-99.




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  • Andres Salas
    San Francisco, California, USA, 9-1/0, AMMA: 3-0, AB: 1-0/1, 195, 6'2", 11-30-88, Mark Tabuso
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules West Coast Cruiserweight Champion.
      • Salas won his title on July 11th, 2009, Redwood City, California, USA by Disqualification when his opponent Tareq Azim kicked Andres Salas in the groin, "THEN" when Salas fell to the mat, Azim kicked him again in the shoulder, dislocating his shoulder at :17 seconds of round 1.
      • Salas' title was retired by the IKF on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13.


  • Yves Samake
    Lawrenceville, Georgia, USA - via Paris France, 19-0/11, 6', 168, 27, Gary Brown
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules East Coast U.S. Super Middleweight Champion.
      • Samake won his title on April 7th, 2001 when he defeated Jerry Hackney by unanimous decision 40-35, 39-35 and 40-35.
      • Samake's title was retired by the IKF in 2001 when he moved out of the USA.
      • Last Update: 2-4-02.


  • Derrick "The Flash" Samuels
    Orlando, Florida, USA, 14-0/7, 5'6", 145, 6-23-81, Robert Rene
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Florida State Welterweight Champion.
      • Samuels won his title on June 6th, 1999 in Orlando Florida, USA, when he defeated Tawn Saephan of Miami, Florida when Saephan quit at the 31 second mark of round 4 claiming to have a sore shoulder but was fine after the bout and a doctors check proved no injury.
      • The IKF retired Samuels title when he was no longer training with his trainer and was unable to be located. On 3-12-05 the IKF was contacted by Samuels new trainer informing the IKF he had turned Professional.
      • Last Update: 3-12-05.


  • Derrick "The Flash" Samuels
    Orlando, Florida, USA, 14-0/7, 5'6", 145, 6-23-81, Robert Rene
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules USA Welterweight Champion.
      • Samuels defeated defending champion Gary Owens of San Jose, California, USA by split decision, 48-47, 48-47 and 49-46 on May 20th, 2000.
      • This Title was retired in August 2000 at the 2000 IKF National Tournament.
      • On 3-12-05 the IKF was contacted by Samuels new trainer informing the IKF he had turned Professional.
      • Derrick went into Pro Boxing and is doing very well. For his record, click HERE.
      • Last Update: 1-2-2008.


  • Andy "The Sandman" Sanchez
    Fairfield, CA, USA, Jacob "STITCH" Duran
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States Light Heavyweight Title
      • Andy was the Second EVER IKF Champion. He won his title bout on August 1st, 1992 at the Roseville Fairgrounds, Roseville, CA, USA by TKO 1:25 into the 3rd round over highly favored Nathan "The Punisher" Patterson of Auburn, CA, USA.
      • First Defense: September 18th, 1993, at Travis AFB in Fairfield, CA, USA: Defeated Tony Prince of Fairfield, CA, USA by unanimous decision, 48-42, 48-40 & 50-44.
      • Sanchez vacated his title to move down in weight to the IKF Super Middleweight division where he later retired.
      • Last Update: 7-24-98.


  • Floyd Savoy
    San Francisco, California, USA, 10-4-1, AB: 6-5/1, 177, 5'9", 1-17-73, Mark Tabuso
    • IKF Amateur International Rules California Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Savoy won his title on July 19th, 2003 in Fairfield, California, USA when he defeated Glen Haley by majority decision 39-37, 40-36 and 38-38.
      • IKF retired his title on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Savoy also won an IKF North American tournament: PHOTO.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13.


  • Quincy Schoemann
    Oakdale, California, USA, 9-4/0, 145.4, 5'10", 12-28-90, Tom Theofanopoulos
    • IKF Amateur FULL Muay Thai Rules West Coast Welterweight Champion
      • Quincy won his title on February 19th, 2012 in Oakland, California, USA when he defeated Steve Tamayo by unanimous decision, 48-47, 50-45 & 49-46.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: September 28th, 2012, Sacramento, California, USA when he defeated Nemo Vier by unanimous decision, 49-46, 49-46 & 48-47.
      • PHOTO
      • IKF retired Quincy's title on april 18th, 2014 when he weighed in for his Pro Debut, which he won the next night.
      • Last Update: 4-22-14


  • Caley Scott
    Pittsburg, California, USA, 10-5/3, 165, 5'11", 4-3-80, George Tsutsui
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules West Coast Middleweight Champion
      • Scott won his IKF Title on July 11th, 2009, Phantom Promotions' "Fight Night At The Fox II", Redwood City, California, USA when he defeated Robert Cornejo Jr. by majority decision, 39-37, 40-36 and 38-38.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: September 6th, 2009, AK Promotions & Tommy T's "IKF Kickboxing", Rancho Cordova, California, USA when he defeated Robert Cornejo, Milpitas, California, USA, 6-3, 163, in a rematch by majority decision, 39-37, 39-37 & 38-38.
      • IKF retired Scott's title on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13.


  • Josh San Diego
    Milpitas, California, USA, 6-2, AMMA: 2-1, 140, 5'10, 3-8-85, Rudi Ott
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules California Welterweight Title
      • Josh won his IKF Title on March 11th, 2011 in Rocklin, California, USA when he defeated Anthony Acosta by unanimous decision, 50-45, 50-45 & 49-46.
      • His title was retired on 8-21-13 by word of his trainer that he was planning on turning Pro.
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 8-21-13


  • Mark "The Hammer" Selbee
    • Atlanta, Georgia, USA, PKB: 2-0/2, AKB: 11-0/4, 215, 6'5", 33, 3-2-69
      • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules East Coast (US) Heavyweight Champion
        • Selbee won his title on April 12th, 2002 when he defeated Adrian Turpin, Anderson, Georgia, USA, 4-5/0, 206, 6', 34 by unanimous decision 40-36, 40-36 and 40-37.
        • Selbee turned pro after this win and retired his amateur title.
        • He later won the IKF Pro FCR World Title before his retirement.
        • Last Update: 8-27-02.


  • Joey Setterberg
    • Watsonville, CA, USA, 5-0/2, Rick Noble
      • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules California Middleweight Title.
        • Setterberg defeated Dave Griffiths of Fairfield, CA, USA by majority decision, 40-36, 38-38 & 39-37. The bout was at Parson's Gym in Redding, CA, USA on November 13th, 1993.
        • First Defense: Setterberg won by unanimous decision over David Gentry of Lancaster, CA, USA. The bout was at Watsonville High School in Watsonville , CA, USA on October, 15th, 1994.
        • Last Update: 7-24-98.


  • Joey Setterberg
    • Watsonville, CA, USA, 5-0/2, Rick Noble
      • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States Super Middleweight Title
        • Setterberg defeated Mark Bernier of Sacramento, CA, USA, by TKO at 1:46 of round 4. It was a SHOCKING UPSET and Bernier never fought again. The bout was at Watsonville High School in Watsonville , CA, USA on February 26th, 1994.
        • First Defense: Setterberg fought to a Majority Draw against Dave Marinoble of Roseville, CA, USA, to retain his title. The scores were 40-39 Setterberg, 38-38 even and 38-38 even.
        • After 1 title defense (Majority Draw) Setterberg retired his title and stopped kickboxing, never turning Pro.
        • Last Update: 7-24-98.


  • Pat Sheehan
    Sittngbourn, Kent, England, 8-2/2, 155, 6', 3-26-84, Ray Asken
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Southern Area Light Middleweight Champion.
      • Won his title on February 24th, 2008, Kent, England: Defeated Matt Gilbert (TKO) by majority decision: 48-46, 49-45, 47-47.
      • Sheehan title was Retired in March of 2010.
      • Last Update: 3-16-11


  • "Insane" Hussein Sidky
    Alexandria, Virginia, USA, 6-1-1/2, Mike Hess
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules East Coast Light Middleweight Champion.
      • January 30th, 1999, Orlando, Florida, USA: Defeated Ruben Morales of Orlando Kickboxing by unanimous decision, 39-36, 40-35 and 39-36.
      • Sidky title was Retired by his trainer on January 31st, 2000.
      • Last Update: 10-27-03.


  • Rory Singer
    Athens, Georgia, USA, 4-1/0, 6'2, 195, 25, 5-28-76, Scott Hicks
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Georgia State Super Heavyweight Champion.
      • Singer won his title on Saturday, April 7th, 2002 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA when he defeated Jeff Anderson of Atlanta, Georgia by unanimous decision 39-37, 39-37 and 40-36.
      • Singer's title was retired when he turned Pro in March of 2002.
      • Last Update: 3-18-02.


  • Eddy Nait Slimani
    France, 16-0/01, 133, 60.45kg, 5'9", 8-25-93, Serge Mermoux,
    • IKF JUNIOR Amateur Full Contact Rules Super Lightweight European Champion.
      • Slimani won his title on April 16th, 2011, Thurles, Ireland: Defeated Dylan O' Connor by knockout in the 2nd round.
      • Slimani title was retired when he turned 18.
      • Last Update: 4-7-13


  • Trevor T.N.T. Smandych
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 11-4-1/0, Mike Miles
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules North American Welterweight Champion.
      • Smandych won his first IKF title on May 2nd, 1998 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada over Rey Amaya of Texas USA to win the IKF North American Welterweight Title.
      • Smandych Amateur Titles were all Retired by the IKF in June, 2000 after the IKF discovered he had fought as a pro earlier in the year. His stats as an amateur were 11 wins, 4 loses, 1 draw.
      • Last Update: 6-2-2000.

  • Trevor T.N.T. Smandych
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 11-4-1/0, Mike Miles
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Intercontinental Light Welterweight Champion.
      • Smandych won his second IKF title on November 7th, 1998 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada over Wittaya Sripave of Thailand to win the IKF Intercontinental Light Welterweight Muay Thai Title.
      • Smandych Amateur Titles were all Retired by the IKF in June, 2000 after the IKF discovered he had fought as a pro earlier in the year.
      • Last Update: 6-2-2000.


  • David Smith
    Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, PMMA: 2-1 AKB: 10-4/0, 142, 5'5", 1-11-88, Nick Blungren
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Light Welterweight South Mountain Regional Champion
      • David Smith won his title on April 29th, 2006 at the Yavapia Apache Nation in Camp Verde, Arizona, USA when he defeated Travis Sherman of Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA by unanimous decision 40-36, 40-36 and 39-38.
      • Mr. Smith IKF Title was retired when IKF discovered he had fought as a Pro MMA Fighter.
      • Last Update: 2-20-07


  • Matt Smith
    Liverpool, England, 3-1/0, 64.5kg, 5'11", 8-18-84, Bern Giam
    • IKF Amateur International Rules England Light Welterweight Champion
      • Smith won his title on February 5th, 2005 in Liverpool, England when he defeated Manni Dhupa of Birmingham, England by Majority Decision.
      • IKF retired Smith's title due to inactivity on October 30th, 2013.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13.


  • Nick Smith
    Kansas City, Missouri, USA , 5-0/0-, 220, 6'4", 1-23-73, Jeff Ford
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Central Regional Super Heavyweight Champion
      • "Dr." Smith (D.C.) won his title on October 12th, 2002 in Jefferson City Missouri, USA when he defeated Leroy Childs of Jefferson City, Missouri, USA by unanimous decision.
      • Nick's IKF Title was retired when he retired from kickboxing.
      • Last Update: 6-21-06.


  • Vince Soberano
    San Diego, CA, USA, Doug Dickey
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules California Welterweight Title
      • Defeated Yugi Takashiba of Orange, CA, USA by TKO at 1:58 of round 1. The bout was at Travis AFB, Fairfield, CA, USA on April 29th, 1995.
      • Soberano was never challenged for his title. He turned Pro and we last heard, his record is 21-2. However, this record was never varified.
      • Vince won 8 Professional Muay Thai World titles since turning pro and is also a very successful owner of 2 very big gyms (Black Tiger Gym, Chaoyang Park and North Chaoyang) in Beijing, China. He is also promoting MMA and Muay Thai fights in Asia.
      • Info
      • Last Update: 9-9-10.


  • Jesus Sosa
    Oakland, California, USA, 7-4/3, 133.7, 5'6", 3-26-82, Ivan Ramos
    • IKF Amateur Full Muay Thai Rules California Super Lightweight Champion.
      • Sosa won his IKF Title on May 21st, 2011 in San Francisco, California, USA when he defeated Gaston Balanos by Knockout at :26 seconds of round 3.
      • Sosa title was retired due to inactivity of over 2 years on October 30th, 2013.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13.


  • Santos Soto
    San Jose, California, USA, 17-2/12, 151, 5'9", Cung Le
    • IKF Amateur San Shou Rules Welterweight United States Champion.
      • Soto won his title when he Defeated Dominic Ollhoff by unanimous decision on July 21st, 2001 in San Jose, California, USA.
      • Soto title was retired by his trainer Cung Le on 6-10-04 when we were informed he is no longer fight San Shou.
      • Last Update: 6-10-04.

  • Santos Soto
    San Jose, California, USA, 17-2/12, 151, 5'9", Cung Le
    • IKF Amateur San Shou Rules Light Middleweight United States Champion
      • Soto won his title when he defeated Chris Overby by TKO at 1:55 of round 3 on December 15th, 2001 in San Jose, CA.
      • Soto's title was retired by his trainer Cung Le on 6-10-04 when we were informed he is no longer fight San Shou.
      • Last Update: 6-10-04.


  • Brett "Lion King" Spaid
    Citrus Heights, California, USA, 10-1/6, 5'10", 138, 26, Nasser Niavaroni
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules U.S. Light Welterweight Champion
      • Spaid took the title from past champion Jones Tom of Vallejo, CA, USA on May 4th, 1996 when he KO'ed Tom at :55 seconds of the 3rd round with a Spinning Backhand.
      • Spaid was confirmed retired by his trainer, Nasser Niavaroni.
      • Last Update: 9-26-2000.


  • Jack "The Assassin" Stearns
    Auburn, CA, USA, Dannie Stell
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States, Cruiserweight Title
      • Stearns defeated Steve Toth of San Francisco, CA, USA by split decision, 47-45, 46-45 & 44-47. The bout was at Parson's Gym in Redding, CA, USA on November 13th, 1993.
      • Stearns later retired to become a kickboxing trainer. He retired un-defeated.
      • Last Update: 7-24-98.


  • Narayan "The Hitman" Stitt
    Seaside, California, USA, via Cleveland, Ohio, 10-0/3, 5'10", 165, 30, 7-28-71, Adam Rogers
    • IKF Amateur International Rules California Middleweight Champion.
      • Stitt won his IKF California title in Monterey, CA on December 2nd, 2000 when he defeated Chan Pen of Modesto, CA by TKO at 52 seconds of round 3.
      • Stitt was also a Two Time IKF IR USA National Amateur Middleweight Champion in 2000 & 2001.
      • On October 23rd, 2002, Stitt announced his retirement to pursue a career in Law Enforcement. we wish him and his Family the Very BEST! He is a True Champion in and OUT of the ring!
      • Last Update: 10-23-02.


  • Jason Strout
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 11-2-2/4, (Am boxing: 7-2/2 ) 5'9", 155, 5-1-77
    • IKF Amateur North American MTR Light Heavyweight Champion, Duke Roufus
      • Strout won his title on June 15th, 2002 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA when he defeated Mark Durant of Winnipeg, Canada famed by TKO at 42 seconds of the second round.
      • In 2003 the IKF started a North American Muay Thai tournament system like the USA Nationals. Strout did not attend to defend his title and another champion was crowned in his weightclass.
      • Last Update: 9-28-03.






  • Chad Sugden
    England, 7-0, 138.6, 63kg, 4-27-94, Dean Sugden
    • IKF Junior Amateur FCR Lightweight World Title
      • Sugden won his title on November 29th 2009 in Rochester, Kent, England when he defeated Charlie Ward by nanimous decision, 45-50, 47-48, 46-50.
      • When Sugden turned 18 in 2012, it moved him to an adult fighter and his "JUNIOR" (8-17) title was retired.
      • Last Update: 5-1-2012.


  • Chad Sugden
    Newark, England, 17-0, 67 kilos, Dean Sugden
    • IKF Junior Amateur FCR Welterweight World Title
      • Sugden won his title on October 16th, 2010 in Kelham, England when he defeated David Lenson (USA) Staten Island, New York USA, 18-2 by unanimous decision. 50-44, 49-45, 49-45.
      • When Sugden turned 18 in 2012, it moved him to an adult fighter and his "JUNIOR" (8-17) title was retired.
      • Last Update: 5-1-2012.




  • Michael Sweeney
    Mayo, Ireland, 3-1, 70.9kg, 5'8", 12-25-79, Enigma Gym, Karl Egington
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Ireland Champion.
      • Sweeney won his title on February 26th, 2011 in Mayo, Ireland on the Enigma Promotions', "IKF Fight Night" when he defeated Kayne Nelson by TKO in the 3rd round.
      • Sweeney retired his title in August of 2012 due to inactiveity.
      • Last Update: 9-25-13.


  • Adam "Scorpion" Sylvia
    Alexandria, Virginia, USA, Mike Hess
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules East Coast Cruiserweight Champion.
      • January 30th, 1999, Orlando, Florida, USA: Defeated BJ Hill of Orlando Florida, USA by unanimous decision, 39-35, 39-37 and 40-35.
      • Sylvia Title was Retired by the IKF on October 27th, 2003 when the IKF concluded that he was inactive.
      • Last Update: 10-27-03




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  • Hovo Tadevosyan
    St Leonards, England, 5-0-1, 75kg, 6', 11-10-81, Carl Denne
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules 5 Nations Middleweight Champion
      • Tadevosyan won his IKF Title on November 28th, 2010 in Amadeus, Rochester, Kent, England when he defeated Craig Kendall by TKO in round 3.
      • 8-19-11: TITLE STRIPPED BY IKF HEADQUARTERS: Tadevosyan was given 3 months notice and had agreeing to defend his title on September 11th, 2011, TKO Promotions, KOMBAT ZONE 'Fast & Furious' in Rochester, England. However he pulled off the event to fight on another event. Having already committed to the title defense, the IKF feels his actions were not only unjustified but also disrespectful to the sport itself and of course to his proposed challenger, James Gridley. The IKF is now seeking an opponent for James Gridley to fight for this title now.
      • Last Update: 8-22-11.

  • Hovo Tadevosyan
    St Leonards, England, 5-0-1, 75kg, 6', 11-10-81, Carl Denne
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules British Middleweight Champion
      • Tadevosyan won his IKF Title on February 20th, 2011, in Kent, England when he defeated Sean O'Neill by unanimous decision 48-46, 47-46, 49-44.
      • 8-19-11: Due to the above circumstances the IKF Retired Tadevosyan's British Middleweight title as well.
      • Last Update: 8-22-11.


  • Joan Talasig
    Concord, CA, USA, Danial Docto
    • IKF Amateur International Rules California Bantomweight Title
      • Defeated Billy Olsen of Santa Rosa, CA, USA by Unanimous Decision, 39-36, 39-37 & 39-36. The bout was at Travis AFB, Fairfield, CA, USA on April 29th, 1995.
      • Talasig was never challenged for his title and was later retired by his trainer.
      • Last Update: 10-3-98.


  • Steve Tamayo
    Dublin, California, USA, 5-0/2, AMMA: 2-0, 136, 5'8", 1-29-90, Kirian Fitzgibans
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules Super Lightweight California Champion
      • Tamayo won his title on May 21st, 2011 in San Francisco, California, USA when he defeated Benjie Bernardino by split decision.
      • Tamayo's title was retired when his trainer expressed he could no longer fight at this weight, (132.1 lbs. - 137 lbs.) and he was moved up 1 weightclass in the rankings.
      • Last Update: 1-26-12


  • Nick Tarpein
    Davenport, Iowa, USA, Self
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Iowa State Cruiserweight Champion
      • Tarpin won his title on February 16th, 2002 in Davenport, Iowa, USA when he defeated Steve Miller of Iowa, USA by KO :46 of the first round.
      • Tarpein's title was retired when he retired from fighting.
      • Last Update: 1-5-08


  • Stas Tatarinov
    Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada, 5-0/1, 159, 5'9", 4-25-85, Cory Wachal
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules British Columbia Light Middleweight Champion
      • Tatarinov won his IKF Title on MAY 6th, 2011 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada when he defeated Tyler Bate by Knockout at 1:54 of round 1.
      • IKF retired Tatarinov' title due to inactivity on October 30th, 2013.
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      • Last Update: 10-30-13.


  • Kari Taylor
    Kari Taylor, San Francisco, California, USA, 5-2/1, 122, Kru Sam Phimsoutham
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules California State Bantamweight Champion
      • September 24th, 2005, Fairfield, California, USA: Defeated Aileen Miller by unanimous decision.
      • Title was retired when she turned Pro.
      • last update: August 26th, 2008.


  • Shawn Taylor
    Kailua, Hawaii, USA, 7-1/0, 5'10", 170, 7-25-78, Joe Silva
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Hawaii State Super Middleweight Champion
      • Taylor won his title on July 16th, 1999 in Honolulu Hawaii: when he defeated Justin Kaahanui of Aiea Hawaii by split decision, 38-37, 35-39 and 36-39.


  • Zenzo Tazawa
    Santa Rosa, CA, USA, Dan Behl
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules California Welterweight Title
      • Tazawa won his title when he defeated Cory Morgan of Sacramento, CA, USA by Split Decision, 40-36, 37-39 & 39-38 The bout was at Travis AFB in Fairfield, CA, USA on April 29th, 1995.
      • Tazawa went on to fight top IKF Pro Eric Regan in a non title bout on Oct. 95, losing by unanimous decision.
      • He later joined the Military. Once back out, he wanted to fight again, but to our knowledge, he never did.
      • Zenzo is now a professional Road Racer. His web page can be found HERE
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      • Last Update: 1-2-2008


  • Sherri Thompson
    Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 10-1-1, 128, 5', 2-14-78, Morrison Butler, Chris Stolzman
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Super Lightweight Title
      • Thompson won her title when she defeated Gena Leathers of Sacramento, CA, USA by TKO at the conclusion of the second round on August 16, 2002 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
      • Thompson's title was later stripped from Thompson when the IKF had discovered she had fought as a PRO BOXER prior to this bout. Click Here.
      • At the age of 33 on Tuesday morning, March 22nd, 2011, Sherri was found dead in her apartment. She died from a cardiac disarythmia.For more info on sherri click HERE.
      • Last Update: 4-2-2011


  • Jones Tom
    San Francisco, CA, USA, Tony Greyboy
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States Light Welterweight Title
      • Jones defeated John Parker by TKO at 1:30 of the 4th round. The bout was at Travis AFB in Fairfield, CA, USA on September 18th, 1993.
      • First Defense: Jones lost his title on May 4th, 1996 to Brett "LIONKING" Spaid of Citrus Heights, CA, USA at America Live in Sacramento, CA, USA by a spinning backfist "KO" at :55 seconds of round 3.
      • Jones lost his title on May 4th, 1996 to Brett "LIONKING" Spaid of Citrus Heights, CA, USA at America Live in Sacramento, CA, USA by a spinning backfist "KO" at :55 seconds of round 3.
      • Last Update: 7-24-98.


  • Trent "Thunderfoot" Tompkins
    Waterloo, Iowa, USA, 15-0/9 - (1 no contest), 6'1", 217, 7-20-81, Russ O'Connell
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Super Heavyweight Iowa State Champion.
      • Tompkins won his title in April, 2000 in Waterloo, Iowa, USA when he defeated Jason Fulcher by KO at :35 seconds round 1.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: Tompkins defended his title on February 16th, 2001 in Davenport Iowa, USA when he defeated Kenny Nyquist of Davenport, Iowa, USA by KO at :35 seconds into round 1.
      • Tompkins' trainer announced his retirement on November 23rd, 2005.
      • Last Update: 11-29-2005.

  • Trent "Thunderfoot" Tompkins
    Waterloo, Iowa, USA, 15-0/9 - (1 no contest), 6'1", 217, 7-20-81, Russ O'Connell
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Super Heavyweight North American Champion
      • Thompkins won his title on May 11th, 2002 in Waterloo, Iowa, USA when he knocked out Ivan Varga of Kitchener, Ontario Canada at :40 seconds into round 1 with a spinning hook kick.
      • Tompkins retired this title when he won the IKF Amateur Super Heavyweight World Title on August 23rd, 2003.
      • Last Update: 8-29-03.

  • Trent "Thunderfoot" Tompkins
    Waterloo, Iowa, USA, 15-0/9 - (1 no contest), 6'1", 217, 7-20-81, Russ O'Connell
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules World Super Heavyweight Champion
      • Tompkins won his Title on August 23rd, 2003 in Waterloo Iowa, USA when he defeated Rob Macdonald of London, Ontario, Canada at 1:35 of the first round by a roundhouse kick to Macdonald's head.
      • Tompkins' trainer announced his retirement on November 23rd, 2005.
      • Last Update: 11-22-05.


  • Stephen "Wonderboy" Thompson
    Simpsonville, South Carolina, USA, 33-0/18, 184, 6', 20, 2-11-83, Ray Thompson
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules South East Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Thompson won his title on March 16th, 2002, Augusta, Georgia, USA when he defeated Ruben Lopez of Atlanta Georgia, USA at 1:24 of round 2. Lopez threw a wild jump spinning kick and landed on his elbow claiming he was to injured to continue.
      • Thompson retired his amateur title when he turned pro on May 15th, 2004
      • Last Update: 5-17-04.

  • Stephen "Wonderboy" Thompson
    Simpsonville, South Carolina, USA, 33-0/18, 184, 6', 20, 2-11-83, Ray Thompson
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Light Cruiserweight World Champion
      • Thompson won his title on November 15th, 2003, Greenville, South Carolina, USA when he defeated Kevin Engle of St Louis Missouri, USA by unanimous decision, 50-42, 50-42 and 49-45.
      • Thompson retired his amateur title when he turned pro on May 15th, 2004.
      • Last Update: 5-17-04.


  • Steve Toth
    San Francisco, CA, USA, Tat Mau Wong
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules California Heavyweight Title
      • Toth defeated Giuseppe Lionetti of Van Nuys, CA, USA, by "KO" at :47 seconds of round 4. The bout was at Travis, AFB, Fairfield, CA, USA on February 5th, 1994.
      • Toth was booked for other bouts however he never fought again and is considered retired.
      • Last Update: 7-24-98.


  • Bell Tran
    San Leandro, California, USA, 6-2/0, 121.2, 5'2", 2-26-84, Ivan Ramos
    • IKF Amateur Full Muay Thai Rules California Bantamweight Champion
      • Tran won his title on October 8th, 2011, AK Promotions, "IKF Championship Muay Thai Kickboxing" in Oakland, California, USA when he defeated Ron Jacildo by unanimous decision, Judge Michael Tate scored the bout 48-47. Judge Steve Morrow scored the bout 48-47. Judge Marshall Walker scored the bout 49-46.
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      • Tran lost his title on February 19th, 2012, Oakland, California, USA to Marlon Telmo by split decision. Judge Susan Thomas-Gitlin scored it 48-47 Marlon Telmo. Judge Michael Tate scored it 49-46 Marlon Telmo and Judge Marty Sammon scored it 48-47 Bell Tran.
      • Telmo's trainer announced a day later that Telmoretired from fighting. However, he has since said he will continue to fight.
      • Last Update: 2-21-12.


  • Monique "Moe" Travis
    Kennesaw, Georgia, USA, 13-0/1, S: 1-1, 117, 4'11", 28, 6-14-82, Stephen Upchurch
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Flyweight World Champion
      • Travis won her title on March 25th, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA when she defeated Tecia Torres by decision.
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      • Monique also won the IKF World Classic Tournament 3 Times.
      • Last Update: 2-21-12.


  • George "TNT" Tsutsui
    Vallejo, CA, USA, Fairtex
    • IKF Amateur International Rules United States Light Welterweight Champion
      • Tsutsui won his title when he defeated Sugi Yamaguchi of San Diego, CA, USA by Majority Decision, 49-45, 50-46 & 47-47. The bout was at Travis AFB in Fairfield, CA, USA on April 29th, 1995
      • Tsutsui went on to fight several more times for the IKF. He once held 2 IKF Pro International Rules Titles. The IKF U.S. Light Welterweight Title and the IKF U. S. Welterweight title. However, he Voluntarily vacated them to switch to fighting in "ONLY" MuayThai. As of this posting his current AM & Pro record is 18-1 with 14 KO's.
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      • Last Update: 10-3-98.


  • Ronnie Tsutsui
    Vacaville, California, USA, 12-1/3, (1 win by forfeit), 5'6", 147, 30, 8-6-69, George Tsutsui
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules California Lightweight Title
      • Tsutsui won his IKF Title on Saturday March 30th, 1996 in San Carlos, CA USA when he defeated Steve Delfiero of Hayward CA by unanimous decision, 40-37, 40-35 and 40-35.
      • Tsutsui title was retired by the IKF on 10-17-02 when the IKF was informed he fought as a Pro Boxer on March 10th of 2001.
      • Last Update: 10-17-02.


  • Cecil Tudor
    Cottonwood, Arizona, USA, 15-10-0/8, AMMA: 0-2, 179, 5'11", Golden Cobra, Richard Williams
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules US Southwest Regional Champion.
      • Tudor won his IKF Title on June 26th, 2010 in Cottonwood, Arizona, USA, Golden Cobra Center of Fitness' 'Fight Hard Play Hard 2' when he Defeated Frank Bamford by unanimous decision, 49-46, 48-47 and 48-47.
      • The IKF retired this title when Tudor won the USA title on October 15th, 2011 in Camp Verde, Arizona, USA, "Stampede Smackdown II".
      • Last Update: 10-24-11.


  • Josh Tufte
    High Point, North Carolina, USA
    9-1/1, AB: 13-0, 250, 6'1", 3-2-87, Allen Branch
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules SUPER HEAVYWEIGHT WORLD Champion.
      • Won Title on May 14th, 2010 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA at Danger-Fire Productions' "World Championship Kickboxing": Defeated Konsta Myrick of Kansas City, Missouri by Unanimous Decision, 49-45, 48-47 & 48-47.
        VIDEO OF THIS BOUT - CLICK HERE
      • IKF retired his Amateur title when he became a PRO BOXER.
      • Last Update: 7-12-12.



  • Adrian Turpin
    South Carolina, USA, 4-3/0, 206, 6', 34, Ben Tarpin
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules East Coast Heavyweight Champion.
      • Turpin won his title by forfeit on October 14, 2000 in Augusta, Georgia when his opponent, Mike Ramsey, of High Point, North Carolina, failed to show up for the scheduled bout.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: Turpin lost his title in his first defense on Saturday, February 24, 2001 in Augusta Georgia, USA against Sylvester James (Eastman, GA) by unanimous decision.
      • Last Update: 2-10-01.


  • Greg Turvey
    QLD, Australia 6-1-1/2, 5'6", 60 kg, Michael Unsworth, Strikeforce Gym
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Australian Lightweight Champion
      • Turvey won his title on July 8th, 2000 in NSW, Australia when he defeated Ozan Ulker, Thunderlegs Gym in NSW Australia by split decision: 49-48, 48-49 & 49-47.




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  • Andrew Valladarez
    San Jose, California, USA, 10-0/2, 131, 5'6", 6-28-87, Cung Le
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai California Lightweight Champion
      • Valladarez won his title on April 30th, 2005 in Fairfield, California, USA when he defeated Vishnu Gulati of San Francisco, California, USA by unanimous decision, 39-37, 40-36 & 40-36.
      • IKF Retired Valladarez's amateur title after he fought as a Professional MMA Fighter in February of 2007.
      • Last Update: 8-7-11.

  • Andrew Valladarez
    San Jose, California, USA, 10-0/2, 131, 5'6", 6-28-87, Cung Le
    • IKF Amateur San Shou Featherweight United States Champion
  • Andrew Valladarez
    San Jose, California, USA, 10-0/2, 131, 5'6", 6-28-87, Cung Le
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Lightweight United States Champion
      • May 28th, 2005, Fairfield, California, USA: Defeated Ryan Ratcliff of Vallejo, California, USA by split decision. Judge Butch Stell scored it 48-47 Valladerez, Judge Allen Reyes scored it 47-48 Ratcliff, Judge Susan Gitlin scored it 48-47 Valladerez.
      • IKF Retired Valladarez's amateur title after he fought as a Professional MMA Fighter in February of 2007.
      • Last Update: 12-22-07.


  • Amber Valverda
    Albq., New Mexico, USA, 6-0/3, 124, 5'6", 11-13-89, Melcor Chavez
    • IKF Amateur International Rules "Junior Amateur" South Mountain Regional Featherweight Champion
      • June 4th, 2005: Camp Verde, Arizona, USA: Defeated Rochelle Williams by TKO at 1:22 of the 1st round
      • Valverda's title was Retired by the IKF when she turned 18 and was no longer a "Junior Amateur"
      • Last Update: 12-15-09.


  • Vince Vanderlipe
    San Jose, California, USA, 4-2/1, 5'10", 158, Rick Noble
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Light Middleweight California Champion
      • Vanderlipe won his IKF Title on March 30th, 1996 in Belmont, California, USA when he defeated Eric Mayorga of Daly City, California, USA by TKO at 1:50 of round 3.
      • Vanderlipe's title was Retired by the IKF when it was discovered he was retired from the ring and had been for years.
      • Last Update: 6-1-03.


  • Harry Vicarro
    San Diego, CA, USA, 9-4/5, 5'10", 164, Chris Getz
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules U.S. Middleweight Champion - (This division was later changed to the Light Heavyweight Division)
      • Vicarro won his IKF U.S. Middleweight Amateur MuayThai Title, Saturday, May 9th, 1998, in San Francisco, California, USA when he defeated Doug Evans of Redwood City, CA, USA by TKO at 1:17 of the 4th round.
      • Vicarro trainer, Chris Getz, Voluntarily Retired his Amateur Title on March 20th, 2000.
      • Last Update: 3-22-00.


  • Nemo Vier
    Fairfield, California, USA, 9-4/1, 137, 5'10", 5-26-93, Dan Stell
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Northern California Super Lightweight Champion
      • Vier won his IKF Title on March 31st, 2012 in Fairfield, California, USA when he defeated Franco Guyton by "HEAD KICK" KnockOut at 1:14 of round 2.
      • Vier's title was retired by his trainer on May 14th, 2013 due to inactivity.
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      • Last Update: 3-14-13

  • Nemo Vier
    Fairfield, California, USA, 9-4/1, 137, 5'10", 5-26-93, Dan Stell
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules California Super Lightweight Champion
      • Vier won his IKF Title on February 19th, 2012, Oakland, California, USA when he defeated Elvin Deleon by unanimous decision, 50-45, 49-46 and 49-46.
      • Vier's title was retired by his trainer on May 14th, 2013 due to inactivity.
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      • Last Update: 3-14-13



  • Xavier Vigney
    Pleasant Hill, California, USA, 9-1/4, 235, 6'7", 4-29-90, Dan Black
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules Super Heavyweight World Champion
      • Vigney won his title on February 19th, 2012 in Oakland, California, USA when he defeated Leagh Rogers, of Woodruff, South Carolina, USA by Knock Out at 1:35 of round 1.
      • The IKF retired this title when Vigney turned Pro on September 8th, 2012 winning his pro debut by TKO of round 2.
      • Last Update: 9-10-12.




  • Xavier Vigney
    Pleasant Hill, California, USA, 8-1/3, 235, 6'7", 4-29-90, Dan Black, PHOTO - PHOTO
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules United States Super Heavyweight Champion - PHOTO
      • July 1st, 2011, Sacramento, California, USA, AK Promotions IKF KICKBOXING, defeated previousChampion John Hurney by unanimous decision, 49-44 on all 3 judges cards.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: September 2nd, 2011 - Sacramento, California, USA, AK Promotions IKF KICKBOXING, Defeated Matt King,by unanimous decision 50-45 on all 3 judges cards.
      • The IKF retired this title when Vigney won the IKF Amateur World title in this same weightclass on 2-19-12.
      • Last Update: 2-21-12.




  • Xavier Vigney
    Pleasant Hill, California, USA, 7-1/3, 226, 6'7", 4-29-80, Dan Black
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules California Super Heavyweight Champion
      • April 30th, 2011, Lincoln, California, USA, AK Promotions', "Rumble In The Valley", Defeated Manuel Mancha by TKO at 1:17 of round 4.
      • The IKF retired this title when Vigney won the IKF United States title in this same weightclass on 7-1-11.
      • Last Update: 7-4-11.




  • Avery Albrightson (Avery Vilche)
    Redding, California, USA, Dan Verdugo
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Woman's Amateur International Rules United States Featherweight Title
      • Albrightson defeated Lapin Padilla of Albq. New Mexico, USA by majority decision, 47-45, 46-46 & 46-45. The bout was at Parson's Gym in Redding, California, USA on November 13th, 1993.
      • Albrightson later retired.
      • Last Update: 7-24-98.


  • Greg Voyticek
    Las Vegas NV, USA, Nick Blumgren
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States Heavyweight Title
      • Voyticek won his title when he defeated title holder Greg Kirkpatrick of Sacramento, CA, USA by TKO at :46 of the 5th round. The bout was at the Red Lion In in Bakersfield, CA, USA on June 11th, 1995
      • Voyticek was never challenged for his IKF Title.
      • He later Voluntarily vacated the title and the IKF does not know where he is.
      • Last Update: 10-3-98.




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  • Evan Walker
    Dublin, Ireland, 10-8, 66kg, 5'8'', 2-6-92, Jimmy Courtney
    • IKF Amateur International Rules All Ireland Welterrweight Champion
      • Walker won his title on Mike Burke's "Mayhem In Meath" on April 7th, 2012 in Meath, Ireland when he defeated Keith Moroney of Dungarvan, Ireland by judges decision, 50-46, 50-46, 50-46.
      • Walker lost his title in his first defense to Paul Huish on September 22nd, 2012 in Galway, Ireland by unanimous decision, 50-47, 49-48, 50-45.
      • Last Update: 9-25-13


  • Charlie "The Warrior" Ward
    Galway, Ireland, 15-5-1/4, AB: 2-0, 149, 5'7", 7-17-94, Peter Foley
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Super Welterweight Ireland Champion
      • Ward won his title on September 22nd, 2012 in Galway, Ireland when he defeated Eric Nolan by Knockout in round 4.
      • Ward's title was retired by his trainer in December of 2013 - Reason unknown.
      • Last Update: 12-10-13

  • Charlie "The Warrior" Ward
    Galway, Ireland, 6-3/0, 140.8, 64kg, 5'8", 7-17-94, Pete Foley
    • IKF Junior Amateur Full Contact Rules 5 Nations Light Welterweight Champion
      • Ward won his title on March 12th, 2011, Galway, Ireland when he defeated Glenn Mc Farlane by TKO at the end of round 2.
      • When Ward turned 18 in 2012, it moved him to an adult fighter and his "JUNIOR" (8-17) title was retired.
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      • Last Update: 8-2-2012

  • Charlie "The Warrior" Ward
    Galway, Ireland, 6-3/0, 140.8, 64kg, 5'8", 7-17-94, Pete Foley
    • IKF Junior Amateur Full Contact Rules All Ireland Welterweight Champion
      • Ward won his title on May 15th, 2010 in Galway, Ireland when he defeated Chris Coyle from Donegal by majority decision, 48-47, 47-47, 48-45.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: October 17th, 2010, Kilkenny, Ireland: Defeated Eric Nolan by unanamous decision, 48-45, 49-46, 50-45.
      • When Ward turned 18 in 2012, it moved him to an adult fighter and his "JUNIOR" (8-17) title was retired.
      • Last Update: 8-2-2012


  • Truman Ward
    Los Lumas, New Mexico, USA, Tony Rosalis
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules United States Light Heavyweight Title
      • Ward won his title when he defeated Mike "MOHAMAD" Duran by TKO in the third round at Travis AFB in Fairfield, CA, USA. Ward hit Duran with a strong spinning backfist. The strike sparked controversy as some thought Ward hit Duran with a spinning elbow. Upon video review though, Ward hit Duran with the back of the glove. Ward was winning on all the judges cards 19-18. Before the final blow, Duran had 2 standing 8 counts from Wards strong attack and was clearly in trouble. The bout was at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, CA, USA on September 18th, 1993
      • After Ward's win, the event promoter, (Jacob Duran) who was also Doran's (No relation) trainer refused to purchase Ward's IKF title belt since he still thought the blow was illegal (Spinning backfist) Ward's whereabouts are unknown but we do know that he is the only IKF champion without an IKF title bout. This incident made the IKF decide to ALWAYS request belt deposits from promoters BEFORE an IKF sanctioned event.
      • Last Update: 7-24-98.


  • John "RICO" Washington
    Bakersfield , CA, USA
    • The Title that NEVER WAS...
      • Using the name "Rico" Washington, Washington fooled the California state Athletic Commission as well as the IKF fighting as an amateur that had already fought as a Professional Kickboxer.
      • In the bout Washington defeated Alfonso Alcarez by Majority Decision.
      • Washington (JOHN) was a licensed PRO. Somehow he skipped by the State Athletic Commission system. The bout was declared a no contest and no one won the title. The bout was at the Red Lion In in Bakersfield, CA, USA on June 11th, 1995.


  • Olley Watson
    Hertfordshire, England, 6-0-1, 68.5kg, 5' 11", 6-12-86, Paul Taylor at Minotaur Gym
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Southeastern England Champion
      • Watson won his title on December 14th, 2003 in Sidcup, Kent, England when he defeated Chris Cheeseman by TKO at 1 minute 34 seconds into the second round.
      • IKF retired Watson's title due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 4-9-09.


  • Gary Webber
    Whittier, California, USA, 5-2/2, 159, 5'9", 8-12-85, Christopher Mooring
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules California State Light Middleweight Champion
      • Webber won his title on March 20th, 2004 in Studio City, California, USA when he defeated previous Champion Raul Rodriquez of Bakersfield, California by split decision victory, 48-47, 48-47 and 47-48.
      • IKF Retired his title on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
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      • Last Update: 10-30-13


  • Liam Wells
    Romford, England, 3-0, 149.16, 67.8 kg, 5'11", 1-18-95, Paul Green
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules 5 Nations Light Welterweight Champion
      • Wells won his JUNIOR title on September 9th, 2012 in Rochester, Kent, England when he defeated Grant Mallinson (Spartans, Chippenham, England, 13-2) by majority decision, 47-48, 46-49, 49-48.
      • IKF Retired Wells title when he became an ADULT fighter at the age of 18.
      • Last Update: 1-19-13


  • Chihar Werasakreck
    Tokyo, Japan, 7-0-2 /1, 103, 5'3", Ajarn Werasakreck
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Woman's Intercontinental Champion
      • Werasakreck won her title on October 16th, 2009 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, H2H PUNISHMENT, Stand Up and Fight MuayThai Series when she defeated Alana Dunbrack by Majority Decision.
      • IKF Retired Werasakreck's title due to inactivity and had no way to contact her for any challenge since her trainer did not provide IKF with any contact info.
      • Last Update: 9-23-13.


  • Mitchell Whiley
    Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, 7-1, 151, 5'10", 12-25-87, Justin Whiley
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Minnesota State Super Welterweight Champion
      • Whiley won his title on September 19th, 2008 in Mounds View, Minnesota, USA when he defeated Adam Patneaude of Cambridge Minnesota by unanimous decision, 40-35, 39-36 and 39-36.
      • IKF retired his title on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13.


  • Matt White
    Hartselle, Alabama, USA
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules East Coast Super Heavyweight Title
      • White won his title on May 2nd 1998 in Augusta, Georgia when he defeated Ben Hillman, of Georgia by Knockout at :35 seconds into round 1.
      • White Voluntarily vacated his Amateur Title when he turned Pro in 1999.
      • Last Update: 8-11-99.


  • Todd "Iceman" Whitmoyer
    Phoenix, Arizona, USA, 11-4/8, (1-FW), 6'1", 172, 9-14-74, Clement Vierra
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Arizona State Super middleweight Champion
      • There is no documentation as to when or where Whitmoyer won this title. This could be an incorrect listing.
      • IKF retired this title on 9-22-09 due to inactivity and due to no background as to when and where the title was won and how.
      • Last Update: 9-22-09.


  • Troy "The Bulldog" Widener
    Martinez, Georgia, USA, Tommy Seigler
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules East Coast Welterweight Champion.
      • Widener won his title on May 2nd, 1998 in Augusta, Georgia, USA when he defeated Jason Snook of Ohio, USA by Majority decision.
      • Widener's Title was Retired by the IKF on October 27th, 2003 when the IKF concluded that he was inactive.
      • Last Update: 10-27-03.


  • Tiffany Williams
    Brighton, England, 12-3/4, 51kg, 112, 5'5", 1969, Chris Kent
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules European Champion.
      • Williams won her title on September 22nd, 2002 in England when she defeated Lynn Mcenery of Waterford, Ireland.
      • Williams Title was Retired when she turned Pro.
      • Last Update: 11-20-09.


  • Charles Williams
    San Diego, California, USA, 3-1/0, 5'6", 122, 23, Chris Getz
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules California Bantamweight Champion
      • Williams won his title in Tijuana, Mexico on December 15th, 1997 when he defeated Jose Araiza of Tecate, BC, *Mexico by unanimous decision 30-28, 29-27, 30-28.
        • (*) Araiza's trainer claimed he was from San Diego which allowed him to fight for a California title.
      • Williams title was retired by the IKF since he is no longer active.
      • Last Update: 2-12-04.


  • Jason "Recon" Williamson
    Bakersfield, California, USA, 9-4-1/3 - (2 wins by Forfeit), 6', 186, 24, Eric Nolan
    • IKF Amateur International Rules United States Light Cruiserweight Champion
      • Scheduled to fight for this title in Bakersfield, California, Williamson Won his Title by forfeit on June 21st, 1997 when his opponent, Dominick Robles (Trainer Nasser Niavaroni) of Sacramento, CA, USA pulled out of the fight the night before the event. The title was awarded to Williamson since the drop out by Robles was inside 24 hours prior to the event.
      • Williamson's title was vacated by the IKF on 1-25-01 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 1- 25-01.


  • Amy Wilson
    Donegal, Ireland, 18-14-2, 64kg, 5'6'', 12-3-80, Joe Wilson
    • IKF Women's Amateur Full Contact Rules Ireland Light Welterweight Champion
      • Wilson won her title on September 22nd, 2012 in Galway, Ireland when she defeated Gillian Duffy by unanimous decision.
      • Amy lost her title in her first defense on December 1st, 2012 in Thurles, Ireland to Regina Fanning by majority decision. 49-47, 49-48, 49-49.
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 12-28-12


  • David "The Works" Wilson
    St. Helens, England, 2-0/2, 6'2", 80kg, Bernard Giam
    • IKF Amateur International Rules England North West Area Champion
      • Due to missed reporting by IKF Europe, the date and location of this title was never recorded. So if anyone knows, please e-mail us the date, where and who he fought by clicking HERE
      • He is now a Pro kickboxer.
      • Last Update: 9-22-06.


  • Louise Wilson
    Middlesbourough, England, 5-3/0, 58.5kg, 5'8", 11-14-88, Gary Jowers
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules 5 Nations Lightweight Champion
      • Wilson won her title on September 19th, 2009 in Galway, Ireland when she defeated Catherine Cullinan of Galway, Ireland by unanimous decision 50-45, 50-46, 50-46.
      • IKF retired Louise's title due to inactivity on September 23rd, 2013.
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 9-23-13


  • Mark Winfield
    St Louis, Missouri, USA, 16-2/9, AB: 2-0/0, 165, 5'9", 7-23-76, Finney's Kickboxing
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Missouri Middleweight Champion
      • May 4th, 2002, St. Louis, Missouri, USA: Defeated Cannon by TKO at 1:58 of round 1
      • Winfield title was retired by his trainer when he announced he was inactive.
      • Last Update: 5-21-08.


  • Daniel Winstanley
    England, Bulldog Gym
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules British Welterweight Champion
      • Winstanley won his title on June 8th, 2008 in Bournemouth, England on the Absolute Adrenaline's "NIGHT AT THE OPERA" event when he defeated Steven Cook (England) by decision.
      • Winstanley retired this title when he won the IKF European title on December 7th, 2008 in Bournemouth, England.
      • Last Update: 4-1-10.

  • Daniel Winstanley
    England, Bulldog Gym
    • IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules European Super Welterweight Champion
      • Winstanley won his title on December 7th, 2008 in Bournemouth, England on Absolute Adrenaline's Sucker Punch event when he defeated Daniel Send of Germany by unanimous decision.
      • Winstanley's title was retired by IKF UK when he became inactive.
      • Last Update: 4-1-10.


  • Paul Wright
    Haydock, England, 5-2/5, 6', 70kg, Alby Bimpson
    • IKF Amateur International Rules England North West Area Light Middleweight Champion
      • Due to poor reporting from IKF Europe, there was never any details recorded as to when, where, how or against who Wright won his IKF title. All we know is that it DID happen.




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  • Shawn Yacoubian
    Van Nuys, California, USA, 7-2/3, 5'5", 135, 21, Mark Parra
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Super Lightweight West Coast Champion.
      • Yacoubian won his title on Saturday, November 7th, 1998 in Medford, Oregon, USA when he defeated Armondo Ramos of Fairtex, San Francisco, California, USA.
      • Yacoubian's title was retired by the IKF when he turned Pro.
      • Yacoubian made his professional kickboxing debut on May 3rd, 2002 at the Mirage Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas on another version of the famous K-1 Tournament ( CLICK HERE ) when he fought an undercard bout and defeated Scott Thorson with an impressive knockout.
      • Shawn's Video CLICK HERE.
      • Last Update: 1-2-2008.




  • Ben Yelle
    Marquette, Michigan, USA, 10-2/1, 155, 5'6", 11-11-82, Kak Koonnala
    • IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules Northern Midwest Light Middleweight Champion.
      • Yelle won his title on June 7th, 2003, Peoria, Illinois, USA when he defeated Bryan Medlin by split decision, 47-48, 47-48, 48-47.
      • IKF Retired Yelle's title once he turned professional.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13.


  • Derek Yuen
    San Jose, California, USA via Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, 15-5/4, 6', 187, 8-8-67, Duke Roufus
    • IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules Wisconsin Light Heavyweight Champion.




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  • Owen Zhang,
    Oakland, California, USA, 4-3-1, 132, 8-8-86, Tony Chen
    • IKF Amateur San Shou Rules United States Lightweight Champion
      • Zhang won his IKF Title on July 22, 2006 in San Jose, California, USA when he defeated Ed Carpio by Split Decision.
      • Zhang title was retired by the IKF on October 11th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 10-11-13


  • Clint Zimmerman
    Waterloo, Iowa, USA, 7-0/6, 6'1", 191.5, 24, 2-4-76, Nick Tarpein
    • IKF Amateur International Rules Iowa State Champion
      • Zimmerman of Waterloo, Iowa, USA defeated Dennis Reed of Muscatine, Iowa, USA by KO in round 2 on April 8th, 2000 at the Iowa Kickfest event in Waterloo, Iowa, USA to win the IKF Amateur Cruiserweight International Rules Title.
      • Zimmerman went on to win the 2000 IKF USA National Amateur HEAVYWEIGHT Title in September with 2 Knockout Wins. The story behind his National Title Victories is a story of a story of a TRUE Competitor and worth reading. Go HERE To Read it all.
      • Zimmerman Voluntarily vacated this title on January 9th, 2002 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 1-10-02.


  • Antonio Zomara
    Chavez Kickboxing, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
    • IKF Amateur International Rules South Mountain Regional Middleweight Champion
      • Zomara won his title on June 4th, 2005 in Camp Verde, Arizona, USA when he defeated Clifford Larson by TKO at 1:23 of the 2nd round.
      • The IKF retired his title on October 30th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 10-30-13.


May 2nd, 1998
PKC U.S. Amateur Kickboxing Championships
Winners were awarded the IKF East Coast US Title for 1 year.



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