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Old 01-26-2013, 01:54 PM   #826
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Old 01-28-2013, 08:55 AM   #827
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Yodsanklai vs Sarm-A, Yod is 16, Sarm-A 18. It is amazing how tight their technique and composure is at that age. I still think without a doubt Yod is the most skilled fighter in the 150 - 160lb range.

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I would love to see more young Yodsanklai.

after two years GKfromMTA is back uploading! lots of good youtube channels these days including are very own Boran. loads of great fights being uploaded regularly.

A recent upload that I enjoyed watching
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Old 01-28-2013, 09:42 AM   #828
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Great posts and finds fellas.

I'm dying to watch both clips especially the Sam A vs Yod, but I'm down in rural Trang struggling with bandwidth problems, can't stream a dam thing!

Need to get back up to BKK!
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Old 01-28-2013, 02:08 PM   #829
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GK just uploaded the underrated (sadly only knownfor being caught with a Hail Mary from some young Filipino joker) Sasakul Vs.....Rambaa Somdet!!!

Only highlights but bloody fun. Rammba, obviously, is taking the piss and up for some fisticuffs!

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Old 01-28-2013, 04:00 PM   #830
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I just watched the Hippy Singmanee vs Jaid Seddah fight; Jaid showed a lot of heart, but man Hippy is just a technical master! The golden age technicians are awesome to watch!
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Old 01-28-2013, 06:56 PM   #831
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I just watched the Hippy Singmanee vs Jaid Seddah fight; Jaid showed a lot of heart, but man Hippy is just a technical master! The golden age technicians are awesome to watch!

In the Hippy vs Jaid vid, I laughed at the Ram Muay

Hippy has been one of my favorites to watch. Not much video on him though. Smart fighter, but puts it all on the line, good reflexes and power. Really enjoys to mix it up. fun fighter to watch.

Heres another Hippy fight I like. Might have posted it before earlier in the thread.
Hippy in the red:
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Old 01-28-2013, 07:27 PM   #832
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GK just uploaded the underrated (sadly only knownfor being caught with a Hail Mary from some young Filipino joker) Sasakul Vs.....Rambaa Somdet!!!

Only highlights but bloody fun. Rammba, obviously, is taking the piss and up for some fisticuffs!
Why you always got to hate on Pacquiao? Yeah, I watched this fight earlier this morning. Rambaa is always entertaining.... I liked how he turned it into a boxing match at the end.
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Old 01-29-2013, 09:01 PM   #833
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I just watched the Hippy Singmanee vs Jaid Seddah fight; Jaid showed a lot of heart, but man Hippy is just a technical master! The golden age technicians are awesome to watch!
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In the Hippy vs Jaid vid, I laughed at the Ram Muay

Hippy has been one of my favorites to watch. Not much video on him though. Smart fighter, but puts it all on the line, good reflexes and power. Really enjoys to mix it up. fun fighter to watch.
I can’t see any of the vids you lads have posted yet, so can't join in all the fun yet! But as you’re all enjoying Hippy I thought I’d chip in and upload this clip of him against fellow Southern ATG beast Charoensap the “Diamond Heart”. (Super slow connection you boyz owe me!)

This is an interesting match up as this is a massive spicy Southern rivalry with both lads being from Thung Song in Nakhon Si Thammarat, where a lot of great fighters have come from over the years. This is “Muay Dai” (Southern Boxing) or to be more exact “Muay Nakon”! Hippy is the naturally smaller man in this fight having been pretty much untouchable at both 105 & 108 being Lumpinee Champ at both weights, but he’s going up for this one into deep deep "Diamond Heart" territory! Hippy is the more rounded fighter and very technical with true southern fire in his belly against Chareonsap who's equally as fiery and techinical although as an elbow & knee specialist, a master in the clinch and a super durable beast to boot, a kinda “takes a lickin and keeps on kickin!” type fighter who we’ve spoken about before in this thread. However, he’s a knee and elbow specialist more in the mold of Chamuekpet then Langsuan, so a guy who is all come forward but who also has a little flair and elegance rather than the typical forward marching seek & destroy knee machine! Chareonsap was a Lumpinee champ at 115.

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(I was gonna post a clip of Chareonsap in beast mode a few years after his sell by date fighting as Omnoi, but it's vanished form my channel!)


For those not familiar with the make up of the Thai fight scene most fighters come from rural Issan in the north east of Thailand, the nations rice bowl. It has a huge population and also the deepest levels of poverty. Very few fighters come form the north up by Chang Mai and Chang Rai, a fair few come form central Thailand and then you get the tasty southerners! In Muay Thai circles Southern boxers are known as a bit special and famous for their fiery and very competitive personalities in the ring, always making for a tough fight. The Southern fight scene is pretty tough and competitive testing ground at all levels including the kids, it’s a scene that has bred some of the biggest names in the sport whether they be warrior types like Anuwat of technical masters like Ole and Poot Lorlek. When talking Southern fighters the term “Quality not quantity” really applies. Just a few elite southerners that immediately pop in the head: Namsaknoi, Ole, Poot Lorlek, Jomhod, Anuwat, Namkhabuan, Penek, Namsaknoi etc. etc. etc.

This is all current relevant for me cos I’m down south at the moment. I’ve taken some great footage at a gym here in Trang I was training at last week. It’s a gym that actually specializes in pumping out pint-sized champs, the kids. So once I’ve edited I’ll upload some and it’ll shed some light on Stormy’s comment about Yod and Sam A’s advanced skill level at only the apparent “tender” ages of 16 & 18.
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Old 02-11-2013, 05:05 PM   #834
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Truly brutal K.O. Hippy's technique is off the scale though. I might be going mental but he's one of the best fighters I've ever seen.

But whoa, what a shot.
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Old 02-17-2013, 02:54 PM   #835
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Pretty early Samart boxing bout, maybe 5th or 6th pro' bout

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Old 03-02-2013, 02:11 AM   #836
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Got another great pic you may appreciate Flea. Three of these little pint sized warriors went on to be ATGs with one being the GOAT!

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Ok one is Samart. If I had to guess another is Kongtoranee. who is the last atg?
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Old 03-02-2013, 12:43 PM   #837
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Ok one is Samart. If I had to guess another is Kongtoranee. who is the last atg?
Samart, Kong peeking at the back on the right above Samart's shoulder and Sorasin Sit-Urn Paiom either first or second left or the far right, can't decide which. Sorasin was a two time Stadium champ.

Here here they are as champs with Legendary Kru Yodthong:

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By the way while we're talking about Samart, Kru Yodthong passed away on the 13th of last month. Another sad day for Muay Thai, both Ramon Dekkers and Kru Yodthong passing away within a month of each other. We all know how Kru Yodthong lived for and gave everything to Muay Thai. He founded the famous Sityodtong camp and produced 57 champs including some of the greatest fighters the sport has ever seen as well as training many foreign fighters like Dekkers, Kamen, Hoost etc along the way. He also became a very recognisable early icon of the sport abroad and most importantly never missed an opportunity to pass on that wealth of knowledge to the next generation.

Kru Yodthong was also a quality human being to, I remember a story on the Thai news around 7 years ago. He won about 6 million baht on the Thai lottery, a massive amount of money in Thailand. 2 months later a news crew tracked him down for an interview and asked him how much he had left, he said only around 20,000 baht! He'd simple unselfishly given it away to whoever needed it or who had asked for it! He had no real need for money as he lived for the gym and his fighters, he lived a simple uncomplicated life centred on only MT.

RIP to one of the greatest trainers who ever lived Kru Yodthong Senanan in any era of combat sports.

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here are some other photos including of Kru Yodthong's funeral:(Through a friend I had the chance to go to the funeral, but couldn't as I was in Burma.)

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A pic of him talking to his 3 favourite champs mentioned above and an old pic from his fight days:


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Old 03-02-2013, 01:39 PM   #838
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Great post, his daughter in law told me that Lottery story, he gave it to his fighters, friends and family, and used to hand out money to kids in the street and gym apparently.

Man I f'n love Kong & Samart.
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Old 03-02-2013, 02:05 PM   #839
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Why you always got to hate on Pacquiao? Yeah, I watched this fight earlier this morning. Rambaa is always entertaining.... I liked how he turned it into a boxing match at the end.
I don't think I've ever hated on Manny ever mate, he's one of my favourite fighters.
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Old 03-03-2013, 03:03 AM   #840
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Petrosyan broke his decision streak the other day with a KO over Ole Laursen.

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Hopefully I don't get yelled at for posting about Petrosyan
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