Afghanistan’s Muay Thai champ Shahin cements another title

Qahraman Shahin, Afghanistan’s celebrated Muay Thai champion and holder of the prestigious World Boxing Council (WBC) championship belt, has added another remarkable achievement to his illustrious career.

In a thrilling match held in Thailand on Wednesday night, Shahin emerged victorious in the Muay Thai competition, defeating Russian boxer Jakob Omari.

Shahin, fighting in the 63-kilogram weight category, managed to knock out his opponent in the second round, securing the championship belt.

This victory cements Shahin’s status as the first athlete from Afghanistan to attain the championship belt in Muay Thai competitions.

Throughout his remarkable sports career, Shahin has accumulated an impressive record of eight gold medals and three victories in foreign competitions.

Shahin’s recent triumph follows a string of impressive performances, including a match against a Thai opponent last month, where he knocked out his opponent in the first round.