The WBC Muaythai Super-Middleweight World Top 20
The Super-Middleweight (168lbs / 76.4kg) division is one of the most diverse weight categories in the WBC Muaythai rankings. Featuring fighters from 13 different countries, it’s one of the most competitive and wide-spread divisions in the WBC.
Current WBC Muaythai Super-Middleweight champion Hamza Ngoto won the title when he defeated Thongchai Sitsongpeenong at Rajadamnern Stadium in August 2018.
The tall-rangy Frenchman has only lost a single fight in his 49-fight career. He last defended the WBC Muaythai Super-Middleweight title in February 2020. He defeated Russian Salimkhan Ibragimov at Authentic Mix Martial Arts.
The Super-Middleweight division only features two fighters from Thailand within the top 20. Australia, however, have four fighters in the top 20 of this division.
Toby Smith, Stephan Lottering, David Pennimpede and Eddie Farrell all feature in the top 20 of the WBC Muaythai Super-Middleweight World rankings. George Mann, though originally from Scotland, has resided in Australia for the past few years and is ranked at #4.
Having beaten Stephan Lottering in his last bout, George Mann was promoted to #4 in the World at Super-Middleweight. His next fight will be against #6 David Pennimpede at MTGP Australia on 26th February 2021.
Here is the full WBC Muaythai Super-Middleweight World Top 20 rankings;
1. Kompikart Sor Tawanrung (THA)
2. Andronikos Evripidou (GRE)
3. Toby Smith (AUS)
4. George Mann (SCO)
5. Stephan Lottering (AUS)
6. David Pemminpede (AUS)
7. Yassine Boughanem (MOR)
8. Mansubek Tolipor (UZB)
9 .Rungrawee Sitsongpeenong (THA)
10. Mouchine Chafi (ESP)
11.Rhassan Muhareb (DEN)
12. Naimjon Tukhtaboev (UZB)
13. Oscar Remihana (NZ)
14. Sam Gough (UK)
15. Thiago Teixeira (BRA)
16. Jakub Benko (SLO)
17. Jose Neta (BRA)
18. Eddie Farrell (AUS)
19. Scott McKenzie (CAN)
20. Chris Melhuish (UK)