The Challenger Battleground

The Challenger: Muaythai Returns for a High-Stakes Season featuring Professional Male and Female Fighters from Across the Globe

After a critically acclaimed debut season that earned an International Emmy Award nomination, “The Challenger” is back with a new set of contestants and even higher stakes. This season, the show will feature professional male and female fighters from across the globe, ready to compete for the world  title championship.

The reality competition series follows a group of 12 elite fighters as they train and compete in the sport of Muaythai under the guidance of world-class trainers and coaches. Each episode features intense training sessions, dramatic weigh-ins, and nail-biting fights as the contestants battle it out for a chance to prove themselves as the ultimate Muaythai champion.

But this season, the competition will be tougher than ever before. The contestants will be facing off against professional fighters from around the world, each with their own unique fighting style and experience. Viewers will be able to witness the true power of the human spirit as the fighters push themselves to their physical and mental limits in pursuit of the ultimate prize.

“The Challenger: Battleground” is more than just a competition show, it’s a journey of self-discovery and personal growth. The contestants will be pushed to their limits, and viewers will be able to witness their remarkable transformations as they strive to become the ultimate champion.

Riaz Mehta, the Creator of The Challenger Battleground said “This season of The Challenger is beyond doubt one of the best shows that I have ever produced.  The production values surpass any fight show globally and the journey of the athletes is so engaging that even if one is not a fight sport fan, you will not want to leave your seats for even a minute during the show”.

Stephan Fox, President of AIMS is once again the Mentor on the show pushing the athletes to their limits to bring out their best. 

Dato Shahnaz Azmi, President of the Malaysian Muaythai Federation stated, “Malaysia is proud to once again host the show and this time we are also celebrating Muaythai as an Olympic recognised sport.  IFMA and WMC which sanctioned this event, once again ensures fair play on all levels”.

An exclusive red carpet event was held in Paris for the launch of the new season at the historic Le Grand Rex Cinema.  The event was attended by Mr. Stephan Fox and Mr. Nadir Allouche, the President of the French Muaythai Federation.

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