WARRIOR CASTE PRODUCTIONS POSTPONES ROUND 4 OF MPL IN THAILAND
Recent flooding in Thailand requires Warrior Caste Productions Inc. to reschedule MPL’s round 4 event in Thailand
TORONTO, CANADA -- November 14, 2011 – Due to the unforeseen and unfortunate circumstances of the recent flooding in Thailand, Warrior Caste Productions Inc. has announced that Round 4 of the MPL, originally scheduled to take place on December 5th, in honour of His Royal Majesty the King of Thailand's 84th Birthday, will now be postponed to a later date. The professional MuayThai event which was initially scheduled to take place in December will now likely be scheduled for early in the New Year. An official announcement of the new date will be confirmed in conjunction with the World MuayThai Council, the world-governing body for the sport of MuayThai under the directive of the Royal Thai government.
Warrior Caste Productions' team members would like to extend their deepest condolences to all the families, individuals, and businesses which have been affected, and wish Thailand a full and healthy recovery from the hardships brought on by this catastrophe.
Warrior Caste Productions looks forward to visiting the motherland of the sport with the MPL event in the future. Due to this adjustment of schedule, the remaining league events will be shifted, and the season will be extended by one month to accommodate this transition.
About MuayThai and the MuayThai Premier League (MPL):
The MPL is a structured professional MuayThai Boxing league comprised of five weight divisions - four male, one female - where fighters must earn their place in the finals. With eight competitors in each division, the fighters are split into two pools. The semi-finalist winners will then advance to the finals to compete for the MPL and WMC World Championships in their respective weight classes. At the conclusion of the season, athletes who advanced to the elimination stage will remain for season two, the following September.
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