ISKA Masters Pro-division

World, Intercontinental and European Champions (updated 3th May 2021)


A new ISKA Champion will have the option of defending the title within the first six (6) months of their reign. After six (6) months a title defense will be mandatory. If a champion had not made a defense for more than twelve (12) months, they will have be declared inactive. They will have no choice but to defend against the first qualify challenger. If a champion had not made a defense for more than eighteen (18) months, the ISKA can declare the title vacant without giving notice. If I current champion when's the next title in line (e.g. If an European champion wins the world title) the lesser title will be automatically vacated.

WeightStyleBeltFull NameCountryDateActive
117lbs/ 53.5kg Flyweight
Orientan Rules(modified Thai)World ChampionPaulo Da SilvaEngland19/10/19Yes
117lbs/ 53.5kg FlyweightOrientan Rules(modified Thai)Intercontinental ChampionReiya TakamatsuJapan19/10/20No
117lbs/ 53.5kg FlyweightOrientan Rules(modified Thai)Intercontinental ChampionReiya TakamatsuJapan19/07/19Yes
117lbs/ 53.5kg FlyweightOrientan Rules(modified Thai)World ChampionPaulo Da SilvaEngland19/11/21Yes
121lbs/ 55kg Bantamweight Kickboxing Full Contact (above waist)World ChampionItnaz SayfullinRussia09/10/20No
121lbs/ 55kg Bantamweight Kickboxing Full Contact (above waist)World ChampionItnaz SayfullinRussia19/10/20No
125lbs/ 57kg Featherweight Muaythai (Full rules)Intercontinental ChampionRoberto OlivaItaly17/10/19Yes
125lbs/ 57kg Featherweight Muaythai (Full rules)Intercontinental ChampionRoberto OlivaItaly15/04/21No