This was the first King’s birthday event I saw and from here on was a dream of mine to one day fight on it. This fight really stood out for me on the video (yes it was thank long ago I saw it on a video) The now legendary fight Sakmongkon takes on Dutch fighter...
Saiyok is fast becoming the biggest international Thai name at 70kg’s now. He takes on Bruce McFie from Australia on the Thailand v Challenger series.
The Izuzu cup 22 continues with Singhmanee vs Noppakrit from pool A Singhmanee – Red shorts Noppakrit – Blue shorts
As you may or may not know, Damien recently fought under K1 rules in Japan. Being a big change from his usual Muay Thai style, I caught up with Damien at K-Star Thai Boxing Academy to find out how it went. How did the last fight go? Not the way I’d have liked. The odds...
I trained at the same gym for a while as Samkor and his left kick is ferocious. This fight is a great example of the power he possessed as he takes a a part Japanese fighter Satoshi Kobayashi.
Deverstating leg kicker Pornsaneh Sitmonchai takes on Yuthachai Kiatpatarapaan in Lumpini Stadium on the 7th October 2011 Pornsaneh – Red Shorts Yuthachai – Blue Shorts
Following on from the none Thai elite, this is a great example of why Dekkers was so popular to the gamblers in the Stadiums. Dekkers is way behind on the scorecards but because of his freakish power he is able to turn the fight around in his favour and earning a few gamblers some extra...
Following on from the none Thai elite here is Danny Bill taking on Den Muangsurin. I’m not sure what year this took place but i’m certain it was on the king’s birthday celebration.
Following on from the none Thai elite blog here is Wayne Parr rematching Orono back in 2000 on the kings birthday celebrations.
Following on from the none Thai elite blog here is Jean Charles Skarbowsky taking on Duen E Sarn on the King’s birthday celebrations back in 1999.