Clifton Brown - Shin Do Kumate Champions
Clifton Brown vs Stephen
Clifton Brown vs. Stephen


Clifton Brown is a Muay Thai champion and Canadian Light Heavyweight Muay Thai Kickboxer of Jamaican descent, from Toronto, Ontario. During Clifton Brown’s competitive fight career, he trained exclusively at Siam No.1 Muay Thai Academy, under Ajahn Suchart Yodkerepauprai. He also trained and perfected his skills with Professor, and Muay Thai Grandmaster, Kru Yodtong Senanan, at Sityodtong Muay Thai Camp in Chonburi, Thailand. He is the first Canadian in the history to achieve the level of World Champion in the combat sport of Muay Thai. During his prime, he became World Champion five times holding titles with the IMTF(1x), WMC(3x), and IKKC(1x). He has an amazing kickboxing record of 43 wins 11 loses and 1 no contest. Clifton has fought 2 times under Shin Do Kumate. He was victorious in both events. At Shin Do Kumate XIV, he won with an explosive elbow strike against Crafton Wallace. At Shin Do Kumate XV, he took the match vs Stephen Richards.

Clifton experience is more than just fight experience. He also has a vast amount of experience outside the ring. His achievements ranges from becoming the President/CEO of Warrior Caste Productions Inc. A production company which main objective is to create Martial Arts documentaries. He is the former host of the show “Champions of Champions Elite” on G4TV. He also appear as a team coach in season two of the famous Mark Burnett’s The Contender Asia “The Challenger”. One of his latest achievement in TV, was creating and producing the TV series “Into the Fire”.

Clifton continues his Martial Arts and Muay Thai dedication, by passing on what he has learned at his martial arts and fitness academy, 5 Elements.

Clifton Brown Kickboxing Titles

  • Shin Do Kumate XV Light Heavyweight Winner
  • Shin Do Kumate XIV Light Heavyweight Winner
  • 2009 WMC Super Light Heavyweight World Champion
  • 2007 WMC Super Light Heavyweight World Champion
  • 2004 IKKC World Cruiserweight Champion
  • 2003 WMC Super Light Heavyweight World Champion
  • 2003 WMC Intercontinental Super Light Heavyweight Champion
  • 2001 IMTF Super Middleweight World Champion
  • 1999 CMTA North American Light Heavyweight Champion
  • 1998 Canadian Amateur Champion

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