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Old 08-23-2012, 11:20 PM   #631
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Default Re: ESB ATGs Muay Thai / KickBoxing fighters Thread

Originally Posted by Vic-JofreBRASIL View Post
This was posted here before ???? If not.....

Singdam Kiatmoo9 (red) vs Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym (blue)

Both ATGs ?
I think so......right ?
Good posts lads!

Great technical fight between to top boyz that have bucket loads of respect for each other, great to watch. As Yaca said Singdam looked hard to beat in that fight, his right leg is like lightening.

I agree these guys will be ATGs and who knows in the future as their careers wind down and they go up in weight we may see them fight abroad. I think we'll look back at this era and see some great quality technical ATGs. It's different now to the 90s with ATGs, I think these days with all the guys who now fight often in the West and Japan, in the future they may over shadow the Thais that fight purely in Thailand and don't want or get the chance to fight abroad due to size, promoter etc. which will be a real shame form a legacy nad MT historical standpoint.

That fight was the main on the last event I posted on the BKK fight although I never got round to putting the vids on it cos of the ne baby I'd like to get that thread going again.

Originally Posted by Vic-JofreBRASIL View Post
Btw, check this fellas !
I didnīt watch it fully......but looks like a great video of the Kiatmoo9 Camp !!

Great clip!!! Well found Vic. Really insightful look into a current quality camp. Those sounds and that atmosphere bring back powerful emotions and memories to me. It's an awsome experience training in that kind of enviroment not to mention as addictive as hell. It had such a profound effect on me that I could never in all seriousness train in the west ever again.

By the way if any aspiring Nak Muay are reading this check out the both this clip and the part two clinch work clip, study them carefully and you'll learn more about MT technique with these two vids than in a year of training at you local fancy KB club!

Originally Posted by yaca you View Post
Both ATGs ?
I think so......right ?

Yes I believe so. All these guys are trading wins and losses with the best of them. Singdam looked pretty good in that vid, I believe Singdam and Nong O are now tied at 4-4 between them.

By the way that reminds me check out this Lumpinee fight card coming up september 7th:

Singdam Kiatmoo9 vs Saenchai

Peneak Sitnumnoi v. Sam A Kaiyanghadaogym
Damien Alamos v Aranchai Kiatpatarapan
Saketdao Petphayathai v Petchboonchu FA Group
Nong O Kaiyanghadaogym v Jomthong Chuwatana
Diesellek Udonmuang v F 16 Rajanon
Wanchalong Sitsonong vs Chokpreecha Kor Sakunsua
Wanchai Sor Kittichai v Sarawut Pikadpadang

A article of the upcoming card here:

By the way most of these fights are rematches. here is one of the earlier matchups from when Wanchalong and Chokpreecha met last year:

Chokpreecha (red) Wanchalong (blue)

and their fight about a month ago:

Wanchalong (red) Chokpreecha (blue)

Damn exciting aint it?
Good post Yaca and you betcha it's exciting!

Got some bad news though Nong O is out due to illness so no Jomthong fight. Wonder if that's got anything to do with the nose damge form Singdam's elbow in the above fight?

Still a top card any way!

Yaca can I be really really really cheeky and ask you to do me a favour? Could you copy and paste your post into the BKK fight card thread? I want to get it back up and running. It'd be great to get all these cards all together in one place so we can go back to them really easy see any emerging undercard stars and it'll help people who aren't as familiar with the scene but are interested follow it a bit and get familiarwith the big BKK names.
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