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Old 05-05-2012, 03:35 AM   #1
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Default Peneak Sitnumnoi Defeats Sam-A by decision

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Peneak Sitnumnoi beat Sam A to win the Featherweight championships of both Lumpini and Thailand, putting him down for the count in round four on route to a dominant decision victory. Sam A had not lost a fight for well over a year and is widely regarded as the best pound for pound figther in the country at present but he was upstaged by the 22 year old.
Peneak, who trains at Sing Patong in Phuket, has a significant height advantage which Sam A struggled to get to grips with in the early rounds. The star man from the Petyindee stable was hanging in there until he was hit with a perfectly executed elbow in the fourth round which saw him take a count and even though he beat it he was left in need of a knock out.
To his credit Sam A pressed forward and tried to take the fight to his opponent with punches and elbows but Peneak was able to pick him off at will, landing a series of solid headkicks and another elbow which opened up an enormous gash on Sam A's forehead, to go with the cut he had already collected under his right eye.
After such an impressive win a fight with Saenchai seems like an obvious option for Peteak. This matchup had originally been set to take place earler this year but was cancelled amidst a general consensus that Peneak was not ready for such a test, after such a convincing win over Sam A this is an opinion which will probably be rapidly revised.
In the co main event Sam A's Petyindee team mate Nong O lost a razor thin decision to Singdam. It was the eighth time the two had met and Singdam levelled the score at four wins apiece with this victory. Nong O took round three but Singdam battled back to take the fourth and a lack of activity in the final round would ultimately cost Nong O the win, although there were many at ringside who would have given the decision the other way.
Ting Tong registered a win over the seasoned veteran Tong while F16's decline continues after he was convincingly beaten by another Petchyindee fighter, Yodthuanthong, who was a late replacement for Dejnarong. Saenchai's fight with Wanchalerm was cancelled after Wanchalerm suffered an ankle injury earlier in the week.
With this win Peneak overtakes Sam A as the favourite to win the prestigious Sports Writer's Fighter of the Year award which will be announced imminently.
Full results: (winners in bold)
Sam D Petchyindee Gym vs Rungruansak Lookromklao
Joolong Akebangsai vs Design Rachanon
Superlek Wor Sangprapai Choknamchai Sitjaagung
F16 Rachanon vs Yodthuanthong Petchyindee
Palangtip Nor Sripung vs Petpanomrung Wor Sangprapai
Thong PuiD9D vs Tingtong Chor Koiyuhaisuzu
Nong-O Gaiyanghaadao Singdam Kiatmuu9
Sam-A Gaiyanghaadao gym vs Penek Sitnumnoi
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Old 05-05-2012, 10:33 AM   #2
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I saw this on liverkick late last night, great fight report, really enjoyed it. Sounds like a hell of a night that had everything topped off with a rare upset!!! Wish I was there, I can smell the sweet linament oil from here!

Brilliant:

"The star man from the Petyindee stable was hanging in there until he was hit with a perfectly executed elbow in the fourth round which saw him take a count and even though he beat it he was left in need of a knock out.

To his credit Sam A pressed forward and tried to take the fight to his opponent with punches and elbows but Peneak was able to pick him off at will, landing a series of solid headkicks and another elbow which opened up an enormous gash on Sam A's forehead, to go with the cut he had already collected under his right eye.
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Would love to have seen all that, wonder if it's on youtube yet.
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Old 05-05-2012, 07:40 PM   #3
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This is a big win to Peneak. IIRC they had fought before when both were very young....

I know Peneak is bigger, but even so a win over Sam-A is a very good thing to his resume.
Canīt wait to see the video......

Also, the card had some big fights all together....
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Old 05-05-2012, 10:03 PM   #4
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Old 05-06-2012, 06:51 AM   #5
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This is a big win to Peneak. IIRC they had fought before when both were very young....

I know Peneak is bigger, but even so a win over Sam-A is a very good thing to his resume.
Canīt wait to see the video......

Also, the card had some big fights all together....
yes the card was definitely full of great matchups even without Saenchai ...

I would think Sam A was the favourite going into the fight even though he was the smaller man.

Singdams win over nong o is a very good win for him. Singdam has been on a good run as of late.


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good find sir! That knockdown really solidified the victory for penek, Sam-a wasnt doing bad on the outside with his kicks but Penek with the size advantage was too much at close range. Still good fight!

Hope to see the rest of the card.
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Nice performance by Penek, really good....He did better than I imagined when I knew the result....

This guy will be a top level ATG soon IMO....
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Thanks for finding and posting the fight Vic. Great fight really enjoyed it had a bit of everything, good build up, interesting style match up, and a dramatic ending. I had the way more technical Sam A just ahead going into the 4th. He was definately giving a fair bit of weight away though, not to mention height and reach etc. He was fighting brilliant going into the 4th, close but doing enough.

Penek, way less technical but brutally effective really stepped the pressure up in the 4th and got in what he had been looking for since the end of round 2, a vicious elbow. The commentator mentions how he is famous for knees, elbows and high round kicks to the neck. Great win for the Southern native of Pattalung (U know how I like southerners ), Thailand’s new man to beat.

It was interesting listening to the commentary cos the commentator kept going on about the beauty of Sam A’s style and the very very ugly yet effective stalking style of Penek. You are right Vic, he mentions that these guys fought along time ago at 119lbs, but rather annoyingly he doesn’t say who won!! !
But I think Penek one the first, just by the way he was talking.

The commentator also goes on about how there are less Southern boxers but when they are good they tend to be very good and fiery. This is a commonly held view in Thailand that Southerners have fiery personalities, I can attest to that being true as my wife is a southerner and the southern boxers I’ve known tend to be very soft and calm outside the ring but absolute seek and destroy merchants in the ring.

Not to take anything away from Penek, but for me Sam A is still the better fighter, too much stacked against him in this fight, weight, height, reach etc. A massive risk for him to fight Penek especially with his long unbeaten stint going into the sportswriter’s award, a big deal in Thailand. But once again a Thai fighter shows us the amazing powers of recovery they have. Sam A gets taken down by a brutal elbow springs right back up and goes to war. Take it from me Thais are very very very hard to knock down in the first place even with flush shots let alone expect them not to get back up again, they’re like machines. The relentless police terminator in Terminator 2 comes to mind.

Anyway thanks for the posts, enjoyed it.

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Well this highlights just how risky the fight was for Sam A in terms of what was at stake, winner takes all.

Well done to another great southerner Penek.

A good highlight clip to.

A future ATG? Who knows.

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If Sam A would have won he could have been Thailands sports writers fighter of the year 2011 & 12 putting him up their with some greats like kaensak, and Anuwat that I know to win the award consecutively.

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Old 05-09-2012, 08:18 AM   #10
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If Sam A would have won he could have been Thailands sports writers fighter of the year 2011 & 12 putting him up their with some greats like kaensak, and Anuwat that I know to win the award consecutively.

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Great teep or push kick, pin point and perfectly timed with great power. He was using it really effectively in the fight particulalry through the 2nd round on Penek's left leg to check him and stop him from setting himself, great fighter.

Like the elbow gif, my avatar is a close up of the same elbow from a different angle, textbook perfect!!!!
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Here's the Singdam v Nong O fight on the same card. An intetesting little dust up, not as good as the main event. I thought O had a great 4th round, which as the commentator states is usually his best round.

Dam is massive at the weight.


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Old 05-12-2012, 11:34 AM   #12
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Banana821's finally posted these fights. no F16, or superlek fights.

Sam-A Kaiyanghadaogym vs Penek Sitnoomnoi
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYTceU-fHEo&feature=g-all-u[/ame]


Nong-O Kaiyanghadao vs Singdam Kiatmoo9
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kind of a repost but at least we have the whole Nong o vs singdam fight.
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Thanks for the post and loving the Buakaw war hat.

Here's the (edited) Superlek Wor Sangprapai v Choknamchai Sitjaagung fight from the same bill, a good little tear up between two knee specialists, not bad for a 16 and 18 year old eh! Love Superlek's right leg, knees nad kicks.

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Thanks for the post and loving the Buakaw war hat.

Here's the (edited) Superlek Wor Sangprapai v Choknamchai Sitjaagung fight from the same bill, a good little tear up between two knee specialists, not bad for a 16 and 18 year old eh! Love Superlek's right leg, knees nad kicks.

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thanks good fight!

I used to be subscribed to [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]'s channel on youtube but everything is in Thai and I really never knew who was fighting unless I used google translate. Thanks again for the post.
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thanks good fight!

I used to be subscribed to [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]'s channel on youtube but everything is in Thai and I really never knew who was fighting unless I used google translate. Thanks again for the post.
Hey Yaca, if you need anything written or spoken Thai translated don't hesitate to ask mate, I'd be more than happy to help.

I did a translation for Flea once. I understand about 90%, but I've got my missus for back up if it's to slangy or colloquial.

By the way you proberbly know this Superlek was in red.
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