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Old 06-29-2012, 11:36 PM   #526
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Wow, you guys are making this my favorite thread in ESB.....this page looks great, after FNF IŽll read all !
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Old 06-30-2012, 08:44 PM   #527
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Old 06-30-2012, 09:46 PM   #528
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Here's an interesting clip of Saenchai's son Diiow getting his arse handed to him by a pint size warrior in what looks like a bet that went wrong for the ATG!

Check 2.48... a chip of the old block, dad's signature move.


[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7A3mrtK95q0[/ame]
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Old 07-01-2012, 01:52 AM   #529
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Here's an interesting clip of Saenchai's son Diiow getting his arse handed to him by a pint size warrior in what looks like a bet that went wrong for the ATG!

Check 2.48... a chip of the old block, dad's signature move.


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I wouldnt want to fight that kid either

every time Diiow would hit 'em he would come right back harder than before. akur, is the kids name, seems to have something...Diiow was pretty good himself.

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Old 07-01-2012, 04:59 AM   #530
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Here's an interesting clip of Saenchai's son Diiow getting his arse handed to him by a pint size warrior in what looks like a bet that went wrong for the ATG!

Check 2.48... a chip of the old block, dad's signature move.


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Sadly these kids are probably on that familiar production line that provides years of pain and hard work for so little reward.
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Old 07-01-2012, 12:52 PM   #531
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I wouldnt want to fight that kid either

every time Diiow would hit 'em he would come right back harder than before. Akur, is the kids name, seems to have something...Diiow was pretty good himself.
Yep, the powerful beating heart of a Thai warrior!

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Sadly these kids are probably on that familiar production line that provides years of pain and hard work for so little reward.
That's the truth of it. I know I very often blabber on about the injustice of how the guys are treated by the promotors, camps and how they are very often thrown on the scrap heap, but the truth is for the guys themselves very often it's the best career choice avaliable to them and can give them happiness and something for life.
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That's the truth of it. I know I very often blabber on about the injustice of how the guys are treated by the promotors, camps and how they are very often thrown on the scrap heap, but the truth is for the guys themselves very often it's the best career choice avaliable to them and can give them happiness and something for life.
Sad when that's about your best option in life.
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Old 07-06-2012, 09:26 PM   #533
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While we're waiting for the Southern derby of Penek v Sagetdao in Phattalung this weekend, I thought I'd share this little gem at 107lbs., to wet the appitite.

Red Corner: Vishnu Por Tong Boran form Korat. 59 fights. Age 15.

Blue Corner: Siwangeurn Wattanachai form Sukhothai. Age 18.

Well it starts out like a really technical chess match between two well schooled fighters and then near the end of the 2nd Wattanachai throws an elbow and wel...l er.... all hell breaks loose........................................

Enjoy:

[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wF71BKbSX_o"]www.youtube.com/watch?v=wF71BKbSX_o[/ame]
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Wow. Elboww Warrrrrrr !!!!!
Pure Gold !!
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Old 07-07-2012, 04:02 AM   #535
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While we're waiting for the Southern derby of Penek v Sagetdao in Phattalung this weekend
Penek Sitnoomnoi vs Sagetdao Phetphayathai? do you have a link to the full card sir? cant seem to find it.....Saketdao is a lightweight and Penek is the Lumpinee featherweight champ soon to be havin his hands full. I got my pick on the bigger aggressive clincher with a iron chin Sagetdao. If Penek can pull off a victory it would be even more impressive IMO than his win over Sam A earlier this year! whichever way this goes Peneks got some balls for realz.

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I thought I'd share this little gem at 107lbs., to wet the appitite.

Red Corner: Vishnu Por Tong Boran form Korat. 59 fights. Age 15.

Blue Corner: Siwangeurn Wattanachai form Sukhothai. Age 18.

Well it starts out like a really technical chess match between two well schooled fighters and then near the end of the 2nd Wattanachai throws an elbow and wel...l er.... all hell breaks loose........................................

Enjoy:

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Elbow fest youngin knows how to throw down some elbows(though was a little sloppy and missed by a mile with some). Surprised no one got their head caved in and how often do you see a knee to the head take a guy out in Thailand? somebody was slippin and had to pay the price Good fight.

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Old 07-07-2012, 11:43 AM   #536
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Penek Sitnoomnoi vs Sagetdao Phetphayathai? do you have a link to the full card sir? cant seem to find it.....Saketdao is a lightweight and Penek is the Lumpinee featherweight champ soon to be havin his hands full. I got my pick on the bigger aggressive clincher with a iron chin Sagetdao. If Penek can pull off a victory it would be even more impressive IMO than his win over Sam A earlier this year! whichever way this goes Peneks got some balls for realz.

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Elbow fest youngin knows how to throw down some elbows(though was a little sloppy and missed by a mile with some). Surprised no one got their head caved in and how often do you see a knee to the head take a guy out in Thailand? somebody was slippin and had to pay the price Good fight.
I think you'r spot on with your assesment of the Phattalung fight Yaca. Penek's got some platinum coated balls that's for sure. Daniel Flecher at Fight Sport Asia who's based in Phuket which is down south in Penek territory seems to have a close conection with Penek's trainer and camp so that website is very good for anything happening with Penek.

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He's promised to post the fight and some other stuff to, but the full card may well appear on Muaydeet anyway.

Anyway I've started a therad in the MMA forum about it incase it turns in to a classic.

About the mini elbow fest above, your're right a bit sloppy, but I think thats cos Vishnu saw read and lost it. In Thailand sure elbows go, but with most fighters there is kind of an unsaid gentlemen's agreement about elbows. If you don't deploy them in a big way I won't deploy them in a big way and vica versa kind of thing. Once Siwangeurn caught him with one and cut him Vishnu lost it and thought **** you, game over. The knee thing I think was a mixture of loss of heart and will under exterme fire against a better fighter.
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This thread is like a gift that keeps giving.
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Buakaw is fighting in Leicester, UK in August....and its free to watch!!!!
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Old 07-09-2012, 07:28 PM   #539
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Buakaw is fighting in Leicester, UK in August....and its free to watch!!!!
Knew he was coming to the UK, but didn't know about the free part.
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Old 07-09-2012, 09:44 PM   #540
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Back to official ATG business.

I mentioned I’d post something on Sombat Sor Thanikul so here it is.


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Sombat was one of Sor Thanikul’s last real top of the line star champions of the 90s along with Boonlai. Sombat was a top stadium name and World/Lumpini/Raja champ in his era with fights against all the big Thai and foreign names including a fight against Dekkers. Famed for his powerful right kicks, he was also known as a clever relentless fighter who’d never stop coming due to being a little off key. His left kick was the stereotypical Thai baseball bat that caused a lot of fear and awe in the early days of MT in the west.

As a top 10 fighter of his era of the 90s, the golden era he has to be considered an ATG.

I met Sombat (which means treasure), after he’d had finished fighting. He’d opened a karaoke bar not too far from the gym where he kept himself busy being Sombat (post fighting he’s picked up a massive scar down the side of his face and neck form a meat cleaver in some mob related business). He was very very friendly, generous and welcoming; I remember being treated like a VIP on a few occasions in his karaoke bar. One thing about Sombat I remember that was different to all the other guys I hung out with over that period was he felt very unpredictable, like anything could happen at anytime with him. I always felt comfortable, but a little nervous. He was switched on but not quite there, as they say in Thai “Mai dem baht”, which means not the full penny. I think you can see that in his fight style, you get the felling he’ll just kick through anything to get you, relentless, wild but brutally controlled with his violence.

Unfortunately, there’s not much out there on the web about him considering his dominance, but a lot of that era is lost on tape. This is all I could find and they aren’t the best examples of this ATG in action.

Here’s a clip of him fighting fellow ATG Sangtiennoi Sor Rungrot “the deadly kisser” in Raja. Sombat losses this fight but you have to remember Sangtiennoi was a 140lbs fighter and Sombat a 128lbs fighter. Sangtiennoi had to come down to 128 for this fight but the strength and size of Sangtiennoi was too much even though Sombat more than holds his own. (Shades of Saenchai & Sagetdao V Penek recently).


[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oz8SABYyrQw[/ame]
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Here’s another clip of him fighting UK and international ATG (and personal teenage idol) Ronnie Green. Ronnie was Mater Toddy’s first real success story and is one of those quality MT pioneers in the west that very often gets left of farang ATG lists. He was the first Brit and one of that first group of early foreigners going to Thailand and taking on the Thais in their own back yard, he was also a 5 time world champ; I’ll do a post on Ronnie another time.

In the clip below fought in the UK but shown on Thai TV, ignore the commentators. They judge the match through kickboxing eyes not MT eyes. For me Sombat has too much skill, power and experience, but if you consider how advanced Ronnie’s MT was for his era in the UK, Ronnie did very very well and made a close fight of it. (Notice how westerners just didn’t really get how to clinch back then!).


[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2oNrrvYa1U"]www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2oNrrvYa1U[/ame]


[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LACbRAefs2E"]www.youtube.com/watch?v=LACbRAefs2E[/ame]

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