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Old 10-02-2012, 12:30 PM   #31
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Nice one Yaca.

So this is the full revised card, still looks good. big side bets to get the juices flowing. Lets hope no more injuries or Somrak going on the town the night before!

Still curious to know what's going on with Penek.
October 9th at Lumpinee stadium rematch. THIS TIME IT"S FOR REAL!!!

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October 9th, Lumpinee Stadium
Penek Sitnoomnoi vs Sam-A Kaiyanghadaogym
Superlek Wor.Sungprapai vs Muangthai Sor.Boongium
Kotee Sitnumkabuan vs Siangtong Sor.Suradej
Phetmuangchon Aikbangzai vs Vitayalek Jaroentumarak
Sam-D Petchyindeeacademy vs Jumong Aikbangzai
Sarawute Phithakpabhadiang vs Wanchana Or.Boonchuay
Yodkhunphol Silaemjaroen vs Ritidej Wor.Wanthavi
Mafias Sitsongpinong vs Nin Lookmakarmwan
Roylay Lamtanawat vs Phet-Opart Sitjepond
Ricky Sit Kor.Phon1996 vs Narongnoi Patanakarngym

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Old 10-02-2012, 01:46 PM   #32
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October 9th at Lumpinee stadium rematch. THIS TIME IT"S FOR REAL!!!

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October 9th, Lumpinee Stadium
Penek Sitnoomnoi vs Sam-A Kaiyanghadaogym
Superlek Wor.Sungprapai vs Muangthai Sor.Boongium
Kotee Sitnumkabuan vs Siangtong Sor.Suradej
Phetmuangchon Aikbangzai vs Vitayalek Jaroentumarak
Sam-D Petchyindeeacademy vs Jumong Aikbangzai
Sarawute Phithakpabhadiang vs Wanchana Or.Boonchuay
Yodkhunphol Silaemjaroen vs Ritidej Wor.Wanthavi
Mafias Sitsongpinong vs Nin Lookmakarmwan
Roylay Lamtanawat vs Phet-Opart Sitjepond
Ricky Sit Kor.Phon1996 vs Narongnoi Patanakarngym
Nice one Yaca. I think deep down this is the fight we all wanna see.

Saketdao still awol then? These southerners!
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Old 10-03-2012, 08:55 AM   #33
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October 4th, Rajadamnern Stadium


Saenchai PKSaenchaimuaythai VS Singdam Kiatmuu9 (1 million side bet)
Somrak Khamsing VS Yodwanpadet Suwanwichit (5.27 million side bet)
Petboonchu Fa Group VS Nong-O Gaiyanghaadao gym
Tong Puideenaidee VS Tingtong Chor Koiyuhaisuzu
Petpanomrung Wor.Sungprapai VS Pokaew Fonjarngchonburi (1 million side bet)
Sittisak Petpayathai VS Thongchai Sitthongsak
The-Lek Wor Sangprapai VS Saengmorakot Tor Manothammaraksa
Wanchai Sor Kittisak VS Newlookrak Exidicalgym
Phetnumchai Wor.Sungprapai VS Samak Rajaprachapayao
Prayuth Sithongsak VS Lookyor Kanomtom62
Muaydeetsport just posted this clip of the great man training for this one, he looks in good shape.

It's amazing what a 5.27 million baht side bet can do to!!!

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9ObLPX90-U[/ame]
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Old 10-03-2012, 10:19 AM   #34
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Somrak does look good... the sparing against Sam-a was recent as well. Good find Boran.

heres footage of his opponent Yodwanpadet.

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1RUUAUcTg4[/ame]
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Old 10-03-2012, 07:21 PM   #35
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Somrak does look good... the sparing against Sam-a was recent as well. Good find Boran.

heres footage of his opponent Yodwanpadet.

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Even better find Yaca! I was wondering when I wathced the Somrak footage how Yodwanpadet may have been getting on.........

Big money on the line with the side bet, I'd be getting nervous if I was in Yodwanpadet's camp, Somrak's got this in the bag!
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Old 10-03-2012, 08:16 PM   #36
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October 9th at Lumpinee stadium rematch. THIS TIME IT"S FOR REAL!!!

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October 9th, Lumpinee Stadium
Penek Sitnoomnoi vs Sam-A Kaiyanghadaogym
Superlek Wor.Sungprapai vs Muangthai Sor.Boongium
Kotee Sitnumkabuan vs Siangtong Sor.Suradej
Phetmuangchon Aikbangzai vs Vitayalek Jaroentumarak
Sam-D Petchyindeeacademy vs Jumong Aikbangzai
Sarawute Phithakpabhadiang vs Wanchana Or.Boonchuay
Yodkhunphol Silaemjaroen vs Ritidej Wor.Wanthavi
Mafias Sitsongpinong vs Nin Lookmakarmwan
Roylay Lamtanawat vs Phet-Opart Sitjepond
Ricky Sit Kor.Phon1996 vs Narongnoi Patanakarngym
Thought this might be interesting in the build-up to the Sam-A fight. A good insight into Sam-A for anyone into the Thai fight scene or new to it.

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIgrqaVGtRI[/ame]


(By the way it's been made by Muaythaijournal, who have a new channel on YouTube that looks like it's gonna be THE epic Muay Thai channel so you all need to subscribe, this is the 2nd edition the first was on Pornsanae, brilliant stuff).

Off topic, but a bit of an interesting Muay Thai insight.
The bald guy that pops up in the advertisement for "Tocha Fight Wear" at the beginning is Paulo Tocha, he was the Thai boxer in the Van Damme movie Blood Sport. Anyone that reads the ATG thread will have heard me talk about him. Anyway he's was a regular at Sor Thanikul, the gym I used to train at in BKK and that footage of him doing the Wai Kru was filmed by me on a small VDO camera I had for a while back in the around the year 2000 in China Town in Bangkok, I was part of his entourage being form the same gym. It was Chinese New Year and they were doing a big fight promotion. Anyway Paulo he was about 41, too old to be fighting really, a mini celebrity in fight circles due to his Van Damme movies had the Thai media got interested in the fight hence he got abit carried away infornt of the cameras and managed to talk his way into a fight above his level considering his age, he was matched against a good strong fighter called Hollywoodnoi (you see the presser photo just before it), but Paulo was taken apart in two rounds. Anyway, he "borrowed" the tape form me and I never got it back, bloody cheek! Possibly worried about his rep if the US fight media got to see it, which treated Paulo like a god at that time.

Anyway for all the sceptics, here’s a couple photos in the direct lead up to that fight, maybe a month or so before.

The first is taken on the top seats in Rajadamnern Stadium after one of the gym's Thai fighters won his fight. The old man is Ajan Bueng the head trainer who also features in the above advertisement mentioned as paulo's “Master” in the photos & the gym footage, the kid Thai fighter is Tui Sor Thanikul, the guy in blue is me, then Paulo, then a great guy and top Swiss fighter at the time Dado and then a young Belgian fighter. We were all training out of Sor Thanikul at the time.


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The second is Paulo and Khunsuk who although retired in this photo had been a channel 7 champion in his day and was then god trainer. This is in Sor Thanikul’s amazing trophy room, a true museum of Muay Thai greatness, look at all those beautiful Lumpini and Raja belts in the background…


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Sorry that got waaaaaaaaaaayyyyyy of topic!
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Old 10-06-2012, 10:09 AM   #37
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Well Boran great post!

I watched both Muaythaijournal episodes on Pornsanae and Sam a and I am looking forward to the upcoming episodes. Subscribed! I now have 22 subscriptions which includes you boran, vic and fleaman! When I fall behind on my daily video viewings I feel like a school kid who didnt do his homework

I thank you for your info and pics you think you'll ever get your vid back? Probably not...


here are some of the videos from the fight card (one of them I cant get to embed) Hopefully I can find more of the card at a later date and post it.
October 4th, Rajadamnern Stadium


Saenchai PKSaenchaimuaythai VS Singdam Kiatmuu9 (1 million side bet)
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjEvtwloVzI[/ame]





Somrak Khamsing VS Yodwanpadet Suwanwichit (5.27 million side bet)
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oku3iP8UuE&feature=plcp[/ame]


Petboonchu Fa Group VS Nong-O Gaiyanghaadao gym
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1u2RZnaGE7E&feature=g-all-u[/ame]








Wanchai Sor Kittisak VS Newlookrak Exidicalgym
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JV70aIopwhk&feature=g-all-u[/ame]





Petpanomrung Wor.Sungprapai VS Pokaew Fonjarngchonburi (1 million side bet)

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Sittisak Petpayathai VS Thongchai Sitthongsak
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2JCXlT9JLE&list=UUI5BfL5v777Is865a_E3fUw&index=4&feature=plcp[/ame]

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Old 10-23-2012, 08:37 PM   #38
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Hey Yaca, thanks for the great post and for keeping the thread alive. I have to really apologise to you I’ve been totally out of the loop of normal life the last month so haven’t been able to post anything, sorry man.

I’ve known the results but haven’t watched the fights until now, so thanks again.

I kind get the same homework feeling, so how do you think I feel know a month later! Sorry again I haven’t been uploading anything onto YouTube either, I’ll get back to that this week probably. About Paulo and my tape, maybe I’ll bump into him in BKK someday, but knowing him he’ll have some utterly bizarre, but somehow believable excuse as to why he doesn’t have it any more, shame cos I believe it may well have had one of mine on but never mind back to the real business at hand…….Saenchai……

What’s to be said that we don’t already know about the great one….He basically made a top 5 P4P fighter look like he had been pulled in form the provinces on an hours notice to fill the card!!! Singdam just was totally out classed in every single department! It was entertaining cos it was so amazingly dominate. Saenchai’s defensive skills are just insanely unreal, did he really take anything at all of any note form might Singdam, not really the odd kick or punch….. He really has Somluck’s awareness, elusive trickery and angles imbedded in him, can you imagine if Saenchai had a more athletic frame like his teacher!?!?!

Going into Rd 3 poor old Singdam actually thought he had a chance at it and to his credit gave it ago, but that was playing into the little wizard’s hands and lost him the fight before it had really got going, Rd 3 was huge for Saenchai. Rd 4 Singdam knew he was cooked, and in Rd 5 he came out swinging hunting the KO for all of may be 30 secs until the futileness of the situation became all too clear and well we know the rest…… I think we can safely say most Thai fighters no matter how good are just too traditional for Saenchai, he can read them too easily like Somluck before him, it’s probably gonna take one seriously special unorthodox foreigner to really o the business on the little master.

Does Somluck every take anything seriously?!?! I wasn’t sure what to expect from this one, but I guess unsurprisingly it turned out a real disappointment. I mean Yodwanpadet could barely cross the ropes into the ring (he was announced as 58, I thought he was 51). It looked pretty clear he was in survival mode from the off and Somluck looked just surprisingly…..well……old to me in there. It looked alittle like the kind of fight you get in the redlight areas between ex fighters. Sure he still has his slippery elusiveness and a few off his old tricks, but his hips looked real tight, he just looked very very average and off. Some people have since said to me he went easy on the older Yodwanpadet, but I don’t buy that I just think he’s time has finally come, he’s shot. By the way for anyone that doesn’t know Thailand too well , that was a classic Thai ending to that fight, no one lost face, no one got stopped which let’s face we all could see coming, I think someone had a quick word with the doctor.

As I understand it he’ll be fighting Kem in December on the Lumpinee B-Day bash, oh dear……he’ll survive quite easily but win…….

That was Nong O vs Phetboonchu’s 6 meeting and Phetboonchu was well up for that one, his relentless balls out Thai spirit mixed with some great clinching what won him the fight. I really do like Nong O’s style though, that elbow punch combo in Rd 3….

UUUUoohhhhheee, what a fight …… Wancahi vs Newlookrak
What the **** is “Dutch” Muay Thai, well I’ll tell you…..it’s inferior to Thai Muay Thai fought at range by a striking wizard. The first 3 and a half rounds Newlookrak gave a masterclass in MT fighting at range with crisp punches and beautiful fast powerful kicks, wow an absolute thing of beauty……I’m in love…….. imagine if Newlookrak was at 69 vs Petro K1 rules, what a fight that’d be!!!! All credit to Wanchai when the typical round three Thai alarm clock went off and get actually woke up he tried with every ounce of gravel in his belly he turned it into a great fight, talk about heart….

(By the way Flea, Newlookrak also fights as a Sakon boxer, one for you to keep tabs on for the future.)

Sittisak vs Thongchai….Ouch, that looked nasty, I hope Sittisak is OK.

Over all, a good card for the hardcore, but a bit dry for the casual, I’d say.

Somluck…..

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Ricky Hatton use to do kickboxing as a kid....so manny better watch his ass.
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Err...did some one just use the "kickboxing" word in a Bangkok related Muay Thai thread?
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Looks like we may have to wait until next year for the Sam-A Penek rematch.....Penek will 7 months out with a shoulder injury. Waht a time to get hit with an injury like that he wins the fighter of the year award, starts really mixing it with the top names and then he's out! Sad.

Looks like Jomhod will be Somluck's offical opponet for the December Lumpinee show. That'll be a fight, especially if the moneys big. After his last outing didn't fancy Somluck's chances against Kem, bit of a climb down....
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It’s back……
Thai Fight returned a few days ago in BKK with the quarter finals of both the 70kg & 67 Kg classes. No huge names except for the two Thais, Buakaw defending his 70kg title and Singmanee’s representing @ in 67, but who knows a few stars may emerge. The Quarters were a few days ago in BKK, the next round is in Korat on the 25th of Nov and then the Finals on the 16th December back in BKK.

70 kg
Buakaw Banchamek vs Mauro Serra
Choi Woo Yeong vs Nishikawa Tomoyuki
Shannon King vs Antero Hynynen
Vital Hurkou vs Fares Bechar

67 kg
Singmanee Kaewsamrit vs Rachid Boumalek
Medhi Zatout vs Shawn Cangelosi
Andrei Kulebin vs Crice Bousoukou
Adaylton Pareira De Frettas vs Houcine Benoui

If I get time tommorrow I'll post all the fight, if not you can find them on the linked clips below. Here are the two Thais:

Buakaw was defending his 70 kg belt against the outgunned and outclassed Mauro Serra of Italy. Buakaw never got out of 1st gear and walked straight through the Italian. Check the bruise form Buakaw's classy elbow. Epic Ram Muay as always.

Whenever I see the great one's record in black and white my eyes always pop out W 366/ L 45/ D 5

Gotta luv Samart's commentary at the beginning of this one, when talking about Mauro he says "Italy have one very strong fighter....er...er...his name......er....I can never remember names!" a bit of a pause and then he says "Petrosyn", I luv it, Really shows you how seriously they take the scene outside Thailand.

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52YZRi-0pXQ[/ame]


[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kL8glu-azm8[/ame]

Singmanee the Thai representative in 67kg Quarters also moves on to the next stage after bullying the game but limited Valdrim of Albania.

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tbg37dptAzA[/ame]

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ut_GPxSY4gc[/ame]

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Muay Thai Journal Episode 3: The next generation.

Not sure where to post but seemed to suit this thread with two up and comers including southerner Peteng out of Rob Cox's gym Kiatphontip Gym.

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Yeah I'm really enjoying the series so far.
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