These are some of the baddest pro fighters in the world... and CFC has enjoyed the privilege of introducing them to the Web3 sphere.
CFC has been lucky enough to work with some of the best fighters floating around the pro circuit in recent history.
In this article we’ll take a brief look back at the champions we brought into the CFC sphere.
But first, who can forget the awesome competition we ran in support of DEPDC (Daughters Education Program), an NGO based in northern Thailand which among extensive charitable programs, serves as an orphanage and school.
Two lucky winners each got an official ONE Championship t-shirt signed by the following fighters:
Hardly bad going for a good cause. Here’s a recap of some fighters who came on board before the giveaway, in an official capacity.
A man who scarcely needs introducing. Superbon Banchamek is rated as one of, if not the best, stand up fighters on the planet with his hectic Muay Thai. Hailing himself from Thailand, he’s a bit of a national hero. This was a real coup for CFC, with our team not only working closely with him to promote our platform, but also attending or holding viewing parties for his fights. Rock on Superbon!
This was the moment CFC made inroads to the lofty heights of the UFC: when we signed Filipino-American MMA superstar Mark Striegl. Like many of the Filipino diaspora who have left the native shores and written their stories further afield, Mark treasures his spiritual home back in the Philippines archipelago. Based now in Singapore, he seizes every chance for a homecoming fight to show his kababayan an electric fight from one of their own.
Who could forget this tough-as-nails Dagestani, known for kickboxing and Muay Thai, but also a lauded technical fighter in boxing and MMA. The former village boy is now an international champion based out of Bangkok. He embodies the spirit any true fighter should have: do anything to persevere through adversity to reach great heights.
Here at CFC we love Rodtang Jitmuangnon. Throughout all of our work with him, it’s been a constant source of wonderment that such a fierce fighting machine can be such a wonderful human being. ‘The Iron Man’ had racked up over 250 wins before he was even 21: a true Thai fighter, forged from a poor background and with a burning desire to support his family. He never gave up, despite life throwing everything it had at him. Mad respect for Rodtang in this corner.
The French-Algerian powerhouse who just does not stop winning by knockout. An 18-time world champion, enough said: bringing Anissa into the CFC fold meant some serious credibility for us as a fighting games platform. Officially, she’s made her name in kickboxing and Muay Thai. But she claims elite level proficiency across most disciplines. We believe her.
A Parisian free-thinker who truly has it all figured out: hard liquor on the weekend, relentless training and fighting during the week. Three times a European Muay Thai champion, so make no mistake that he is seriously, seriously good. Honor and mutual respect defines Jean-Charles’ approach to the sport, and he stormed onto the Thai fighting scene many years ago and went on to enjoy a long and successful career.
Not everyone can thrive after a world-shaking move from France to Thailand at just 10 years old. But Victor Pinto did. Hardly anyone will have learned the bulk of their Thai language from obsessively absorbing Muay Thai magazines. However this is a different man to your run-of-the-mill and incredible hard work meant he was a unique foreigner presence on the local fighting scene. Together with brother Antoine, he’s now made forays into esports with his very own pro team and actually competed at semi-pro level in PUBG himself.