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Check out this article on one of our many champion fighters in the Daily Bulletin
Daily Bulletin Newspaper-
FONTANA >> Michael Aviles of Fontana last weekend won the California welterweight championship of the International Amateur Muaythai Federation.
Aviles, 27, got two-weeks notice that he would be fighting for the vacant welterweight title in the bout held at the Pachanga Resort in Temecula on Saturday.
The bout was went four rounds but after the final bell, the judges ruled the fight a draw. The contestants were asked if they wanted to fight a fifth round, and Aviles went on to receive an unanimous 10-9 decision by all judges.
Muaythai is a combat sport derived from muay martial arts of Thailand.
Aviles, a graduate of A.B. Miller High in Fontana, began training at the Double Dose Muaythai Fitness Center in Fontana in August 2012.
He began fighting in January and has won six straight bouts. He also won the 2014 Sangkran Thai New Year Festival title in April. He is next scheduled to fight in Tempe, Arizona, on July 12.
Aviles is trained by Ajarn Bryan Dobler, owner of the Double Dose center and a Muaythai champion, and Kru Jessie Magusen. The center is located at 14189 Foothill Blvd., Suite 105, in Fontana.