The UK’s first ever ‘Road to Rajadamnern’ tournament will see Merseyside fighter Anthony Deary take on his toughest opponent yet in a world championship bout.

The card at Club 051 in Liverpool city centre will host some of the best fighters in the UK, with two ISKA world titles on the line on December 16.

The link between MASDA and RWS Muay Thai is seen as a massive opportunity for the competitors to break onto the scene in Thailand.

Competitors see earning the opportunity to compete at the Rajadamnern stadium as highly prestigious as its in house stadium titles are some of the most sort-after accolades in the sport.

There have only been 13 non-Thai fighters to win a Rajadmnern title in the history of the sport.

In the main event Deary is taking on the Intercontinental champion Carlos Campos for the ISKA lightweight world title. Deary is a WBC international champion with a record of 16-0.

Deary in his last fight against Ian Gibson on Supershowdown 6. 

In the second title bout of the night Becky Caslin and Daniela ‘black diamond’ Miranda will compete for the vacant 53kg ISKA world title.

Miranda won the WBC National belt back in August and will look to build upon her winning streak.

Joining them on the card is a middleweight super fight between Denpanom Pran and Joe Ryan. This is seen as one of the biggest matchups in the sport as Ryan looks to make a statement against the best ranked middleweight in the world.

Up-and-coming prospect Alfie Ponting is making his anticipated return to the ring after a six month break due to injury. He is set to fight the ISKA English champion, Romain Gilbert for the WBC national Lightweight title.

Tickets to the event are available to purchase here.