The WBC World champion, who stands 6’5″, faced the current WBC World #9, Salimkhan Ibragomiv of Russia, who trains out of Revolution Gym in Phuket.
Hamza’s repeated defences of his WBC World title is a true testament to his character as a fighter and his World champion status.
The WBC Muaythai took to social media earlier today to congratulate Hamza Ngoto on his victory:
His unusually tall frame for a 76kg fighter and athletic ability is perhaps a contributing factor to his dominance in the division over recent years.
Now 49 fights into his career with just a single defeat to his name, who will be next for the French star from the Benattia Brothers gym in France?
The current WBC Muaythai Super-Middleweight World Top 10 look like this:
1. Andronikos Evripidou (CY)
2. Toby Smith (AUS)
3. Stephan Lottering (AUS)
4. David Pennimpede (AUS)
5. Mansubek Tolipor (UZB)
6. Regien Eersel (NED)
7. Kompikart Sor Tawanrung (THA)
8. Parinya MuDen (THA)
9. Salimkhan Ibragimov (RUS)
10. Mouchine Chafi (ESP)