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Old 02-25-2012, 05:37 PM   #106
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Ok, honestly i'm too tired to read from several pages back, hoping it wasn't mentioned yet.

But is Alex Gong a legend in the making?
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Old 02-25-2012, 08:47 PM   #107
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Yeah to anyone who didn't just watch that 1 dekkers highlight and thinks he is god because of it..

Not that I dislike Dekkkers...I am a huge fan and he has a very entertaining aggressive style but he's not the best...He would have probably lost to guys like Souwer, Petrosyan, Masato, Kyshenko, Buakaw in k1...Dekkers style was awesome but their is a difference between being really exciting and being the best....

Jwp is a very good fighter to but not that great in kickboxing rules...
a little too big for Dekkers wouldnt you say?

In addition, to further smash the myth of Dekkers, he wasnt much of a MMA fighter
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Old 02-28-2012, 09:15 PM   #108
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Old 02-28-2012, 09:17 PM   #109
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I did my first muay thai class in about 15 years yesterday. **** im sore.
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Old 02-29-2012, 12:56 PM   #110
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Thanks for the great clip Vic. Real trip down memory lane for me as I'm a big fan of both these guys but particulaly the "Deadly Kisser", as is every Muay Thai follower.

He was unlucky in this one against Orono as he was clearly dominating. His focus in every second of every round is phenomenal and to stay puerly with what he knew was working, top draw.
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Old 03-04-2012, 03:33 AM   #111
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One of the best Namsaknoi

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Old 03-05-2012, 12:34 PM   #112
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One of the best Namsaknoi

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Nice post, with a great southerner.

Thanks for the clips. Peach of a kick.............

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Old 03-05-2012, 01:26 PM   #113
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Adul Srisotorn - one of the names from that big list posted some pages ago.....

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edit- which one is Adul ? I really donīt know.....
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this being the only pic I have found of him with the quality of the film its hard to say.

Ps: Did you know that during Adul's boxing career he fought Apidej Sit-Hirun?
Another guy from another forum just said that Adul is the taller man with white shorts.....
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Good work Vic
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Old 03-05-2012, 02:39 PM   #115
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[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YEPTtiTkfxs&feature=related[/ame]

I was watching some Put Lorlek this morning....Certainly one of the guys with the best mobility, which is not usual to see in Muay Thai bouts......

Did he win some of the major titles ? Lumpinee , Raja ? He looks good on film....
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I was watching some Put Lorlek this morning....Certainly one of the guys with the best mobility, which is not usual to see in Muay Thai bouts......

Did he win some of the major titles ? Lumpinee , Raja ? He looks good on film....
Hey Vic liking the new avatar.....

I'm shooting blind here as I haven't seen any other Put Lorlek bouts, but I wouldn't read too much into all that movement. In the film it's grainy but he looks like a retired boxer, weak, loose and undefined with a pair of luv handles. I also think he's wary of the naturally bigger and fitter man the Jap.

It's not unusual for a retired Thai to come into the ring against a foreigner to earn a bit of a payday with the bare minimum of training or even none and survive or win on instict and craft. You see a similar dynamic alot in Thailand in bars where they have a small ring and short term foreigners who want to beat a Thai while they're in town fight smaller older unfit boxers who dance around alot to avoid too much punishment.

But maybe I'm wrong I haven't seen his other fights.

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Old 03-05-2012, 09:37 PM   #117
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I'm shooting blind here as I haven't seen any other Put Lorlek bouts, but I wouldn't read too much into all that movement. In the film it's grainy but he looks like a retired boxer, weak, loose and undefined with a pair of luv handles. I also think he's wary of the naturally bigger and fitter man the Jap.

It's not unusual for a retired Thai to come into the ring against a foreigner to earn a bit of a payday with the bare minimum of training or even none and survive or win on instict and craft. You see a similar dynamic alot in Thailand in bars where they have a small ring and short term foreigners who want to beat a Thai while they're in town fight smaller older unfit boxers who dance around alot to avoid too much punishment.

But maybe I'm wrong I haven't seen his other fights.
His mobility is very good here as well :

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9HsC-PgjSY[/ame]

But yes...I think perhaps you have a point because I would say he was moving even more against the japanese fighter....
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Old 03-05-2012, 09:50 PM   #118
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Nice stuff on internet about Lorlek :

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At 15 with Sawat Sangswannachai. Started boxing under the name "Prakaip Sor. Pinyo" in the southern province areas. More tha ten matches. No defeats. In 1968. The young boxer from Trang came to Bangkc with high hopes.
He stayed with his uncle, a former fly-weight champion "Ginggaew Bangyeekhan," and learned mor boxing tactics from him. Ready to show his forte, Tawee took up the boxing name of "Poot Lorlek" and appeared in the Lumpinni' Saturday TV boxing program. In this opening match which is usually for new faces Poot outscored Sirinarong Saktanin. The famous promote "Kru Tao" became his patron, providing Poot with opponents to further sharpen his skills.

Poot was a Thai boxer with very colourful tactics, a rea pleasure to watch. Sharp eyes, remarkable agility and speec were his trademark. A clever boxer, he also uses his brains and very brig'it one at that, when facing opponents.
All these elements help explain why he was dubbed "The Angel Boxer." It was simply because he was rarely beaten. Out of some 80 matches, he was never knocked out, or even counted down: Poot was the star of his time remaining at its height for seven years from 1970-1977.

His records said it all. Poot once successfully tool the Junior Featherweight championship from Samyar Singsorntorn. But he eventually had to relinquish the championship, simply because no one dared to challenge him. Poot was one of those Thai boxers who often encountered opponents heavier than himself. His skills and speed, however, helped him to come out on top always.

Poot earned the title the "Great Thai Boxer" in 1975 by defeating his long-time arch-rival Vicharnnoi Porntawee who had defeated him twice earlier. Fans flocked to the Lumpinni stadium to see the historic fight which grossed more than one million baht, a rare event in those days.


Another match which won Poot much fame was the fight with Japanese Ikari Kensiu who was landed on the canvas by Poot's deadly high kick.
Poot eventually had to turn to international boxing because it became hard for him to find a challenger in Thai boxing. And his forte also shone in this new arena. Poot became the Lightweight champion of Rajadamnern Stadium by knocking down Malaithong Sinkhunyok in the seventh round. Stepping up internationally, Poot boxed with various foreign opponents of both regional and world challenger levels, and successfully brought honor to the country. In the World Boxing Council, Poot's name was listed as the 6th challenger in the Lightweight division.


It was most unfortunate that Poot stopped his still rising career at this point. With some unresolved problems, Poot left his camp and became an independent boxer fighting for bets in provincial boxing rings. And as always, he came out the winner despite little preparation for these fights.
Today, Poot is approaching mid-thirties. He has returned to his hometown in Trang Province, renting out his rubber plantation and is now a fervent fan and patron of ****-fighting.


But refusing to bury his boxing skill in the past, Poot, is also engaging himself in ring life as trainer, passing on his knowledge to young and aspiring boxers.
Few can recognize the slim and speedy Poot nowadays with a weight of over 80 kilogram's. But he is still fast. Just recently, Poot was asked to fight Hern Silatong, former Rajadamnern's Junior Middleweight champion for a charity match. It ended as anyone would expect. Poot won. "
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His mobility is very good here as well :

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But yes...I think perhaps you have a point because I would say he was moving even more against the japanese fighter....
Gret vid of him in what looks like possibly his hey day. You're right, unusual amount of movement and an odd style for a Thai. It's all so loose a technically appalling, but brilliant. Kind of like a Naz Hamed in the Muay Thai world, everything launched seemily off balance and from very unpredicatble angles but a total handful.

I'm really enjoying this thread.

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Vic, you've just made my day.

Boxers form the south interest me as you tend to get less of them and also I have very close ties in the South and in particular Trang where my wife and son are from and now it seems a boxing great .....Lorlek.

Thanks

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