May 23, 2015 – Perth, Western Australia

Venue – Kingsway Indoor Stadium – 130 Kingsway Rd Madeley

  • WKN International Promoter: Mr Patrick Talbot and Mr Bill Seth
  • WKN International Supervisor: Mr Mark Simpson

Western Australia’s booming muaythai fight show ‘Nemesis 10’ is set to promote Australian National championship when Carleigh Crawford-O’Meagher and Stephanie Glew will challenge the WKN title belt in the super-lightweight division.

girls muaythai

WKN Australia Muay Thai Female National Super-lightweight Title – 66.700kg / 5x2mn
Carleigh Crawford-O’Meagher (WA) vs Steph Glew (WA)

Both female muay thai-boxers represent Western Australia, however promoter of the show Patrick Talbot has told Fight Mag that they are also the strongest in the division country-wide.

Tale of the tape

Carleigh Crawford-O’Meagher

  • Age 33
  • Weight 66
  • Height 177
  • Record 19 fights, 14 wins, 1 d, 5 KOs
  • Titles MASA Welterweight world champion

Steph Glew

  • Age 23
  • Weight 66
  • Height 179
  • Record 14 Fights, 13 wins, 1 draw
  • Titles: WMC State WA Champion, IFA 2014 Australia Gold Medalist

‘Nemesis 10′ Fight Night is set to produce the best fight card Perth has seen in five years, when we’ve witnessed Nathan ‘Carnage’ Corbett in action; featuring the leading athletes from all around Australia, battling under professional Muay Thai rules. FOUR bouts have been released to public to date. Stay tuned.

boxing championship



IBO Boxing light-heavyweight Intercontinental Championship
Robert Powdrill (Australia) vs Robert Berridge (New Zealand)


WKN Muay Thai Lightweight Intercontinental Championship – 64.400kg / 5x3mn
Mitchell Seth (Australia) vs Alexei Petroulias (Greece)

muaythai perth

WKN Muay Thai Super Fight – 66.700kg / 5x2mn
Mark Sarracino (Australia) vs Parviz Iskenderov (Belarus)

muaythai perth fight night