With the afternoon completed the general feeling seemed to be that the days discussions brought many people together toward common goals in relation to Muay Thai. The delegates were graciously taken back to the Emerald Hotel for a clean-up and a quick change of clothes for preparation of the evenings informal gathering in the hotels ballroom.
Thought the evenings gathering was considered informal, many of the WMTC officers were in attendance. Among them were: General Wimol Wongwanich (President), General Chetha Thanjaro (Vice-President), Major-General Vat Kerdsawang (Vice-president), Major General Vorayudh Meesommon (secretary General & WMTC Spokesman) Major General Sombat Prasobnetr (WMTC Registrar), Khun Montri Mongkolsawat (Vice-President of the International Muay Thai Association and currently WMTC Vice-President) and Khun Kajorn Prowsree, (also of the International Muay Thai Association IMTA now public relations officer for the WMTC).
Also present were high ranking Thai officials such as Police major General Weeravar Hirunyalekha, renown author of Muay Thai Panya Kratius and Khun Bunyeun Vice President of the AMTAT, were just a few who mingled among the international guests In the international realm, the highly respected President of the European Muay Thai Union, Arjarn Tony Moore of Great Britain was seen mingling with many of the American delegates, namely Khun Clint Heyliger Executive Vice President of the United States Muay Thai Association USMTA, Mr. Erik Sanchez (USMTA Military Liaison Officer), and Kru Vladimir Borodine (USMTA International Representative).
Kru Suuan Phon Martdee and Khun Sally Martdee of Australias Muay Thai Boxing Promotions, Dubais Director Mr. Connell Kerr of the United Arab Emirates Muay Thai Association, Khun Karen Moore General Secretary of the British Thai Boxing Council were overheard discussing International competitions and how they can set an example for up coming countries.
Discussions on Muay Thai continued among the representatives such as, Khun Marco de Cesaris of the European Muay Thai Union, the Iranian delegation, members of France, Denmark, Holland, which included Thom Harnick, Detlef Turnau of Germany, members from New Zealand, Russian representatives Mr. Erik Kai and Mr. Vitali Rykov, Mr. Alex Tsui from Hong Kong, delegates from Laos and the list could go on.
As the evening concluded, a spectacular display of Thai dance and Thai martial arts concluded a successful yet exhausting first day of events. Many of the delegates continued to discuss the following day's agenda which included the discussions of ideas and points which were to be ironed out among all the new members of the WMTC. The next day's meeting was final for many, but discussions continued throughout the next several days between the Americans, British, Australians, Italians, and the United Arab Emirates. There seemed to be a great exchange of paperwork between many countries and new bonds of friendship seemed to come out of the many hours of meetings.
For the International representatives who were able to stay in Bangkok, the World Muay Thai Council treated them to tours and trips to Bangkok's famous Thai Boxing stadiums, Lumpini and Radjadernm. The VIP seating left the delegates enjoy the first Championship title fights held under the WMTC banner. The fights were held at both stadiums which showed a great unity forming in the Muay Thai community, even in Bangkok.