Vendetta has become one of the biggest Muay Thai events in New Zealand with a regular pilgrimage for many fighters and fans from all over Aotearoa getting to this event. This will be the 5th year of the show, with the past 4 all selling out well before the event date.
This year is massive with Kaitlyn The Tornado Tucker back from an injury that put her out of the 2020 Queens of Muay Thai 8 woman eliminator. She will face Queens finalist Macca The Devils Child Jean in a pro title fight.
The co-main event will see NZ legend Wendy Talbot against a rising superstar Ayisha Albied for a pro title fight at 57 kg.
This is just two of the fights, the card this year is completely stacked and will be huge.
This event is smoke/vape-free, with a one-way door policy, meaning if you leave you can't get back in - there are no pass-outs.
Minors must be supervised by a parent or legal guardian at all times, including in bathrooms.