This past weekend, Niamh Kinehan, one of the best pound-for-pound female Muay Thai fighters in the world made history.
She became the first ever female fighter to unify the three major organisations world titles to become the undisputed world champion.
Back in 2022, Niamh Kinehan won the WBC Muay Thai world title when she defeated Ludovica Ciarpaglini. She would later go on to successful defend her title in Australia against Shannon Gardiner.
Then, later in the year, she also claimed the ISKA Muay Thai world title with a knockout win over Emilka Krupczak.
She also made a second successful defence of her WBC world title earlier this year, a feat not many Muay Thai athletes have achieved.
But it was this past weekend where the Manchester athlete made history. She defeated Kero Reifstahl, who was previously unbeaten, to win the WMO Muay Thai world title.
The victory puts Niamh Kinehan down in the history books as the first ever female Muay Thai fighter to unify all three major organisations world titles.