ESB ATGs Muay Thai / KickBoxing fighters Thread

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  1. yaca you

    yaca you Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Sorry to disappointing but the fight dosent exist. Seems I was mistaken.

    heres a a couple KO's by Superlek... the REAL Superlek.

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    By the way although Bovy was a good fighter I think Superlek takes him out. Bovy liked to trade and Superlek had the better faster hands, and had a bit more rounded skills. moved threw hard kicks and combinations. Bovy wasnt hard to hit.
     
  2. boranbkk

    boranbkk "ไม่ได้โม้นะ" Full Member

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    Great clips, those low kicks he kept sinking in against Cherry! :scaredas::scaredas::scaredas: Cherry looks like a cat on a hot tin roof with that lead leg! :lol:

    Thought the age difference between Bovy & Superlek was a bit wide but you never know with Thais! There were a few other Bovy' floating around in the 90s as well.

    Absolutely agree with you summarisation between Bovy and Superlek. Superlek was on another level. Kong vs Superlek would be an epic one eh!:yep
     
  3. Flea Man

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    For anyone that didn't catch it, here is the only known footage of former light flyweight champ' (in boxing, though I imagine he was an MT guy too, will investigate further when I get over there!) and midget, Netrnoi Sor Vorasingh.

    It's a loss, but beggars can't be choosers

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  4. Ne5ville14

    Ne5ville14 Rationalist by default... Full Member

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    sorry to bother you guys, but could any knowledgeable person rate this MT gym in montreal...


    wanted to get started for years and now is the right time IMO !

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    flat1234 New Member Full Member

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    Cant let this thread die
     
  6. boranbkk

    boranbkk "ไม่ได้โม้นะ" Full Member

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    Found an interesting clip and just wanted to check my sanity. It shows an interview with Samart Payakaroon in Thai. If you go to time 3:45 to 4:15, they show some old black and white fight footage. It's not good quality, but it actually looks like footage of Dieselnoi vs Samart!

    I just wanted to check with some of the guys on here who do speak Thai as well as watching the clip to see if they think it is Dieselnoi vs. Samart. Some of the clinch evasive moves done in the clip look similar to things I've seen Samart do in other fights. If so, amazing!

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    Also, props to BoranBkk for all of the great fights you've been posting on youtube!
     
  8. boranbkk

    boranbkk "ไม่ได้โม้นะ" Full Member

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    Hey Stormy good to hear from you again & yep you've found it, some of the rarest fight footage around....that is Samart vs Dieselnoi!!! :shock:

    Samart looked like he was making a fight of it, but what a handful Dieselnoi looked in that clip, Samart in survival mode. They don't talk too much about the fight but Samart says Dieselnoi had no credible opponent at that time and neither did Samart so they were matched despite being from different divisions (this is a very common on the Thai fight scene). Samart says he knew he would lose but needed the money, win or lose he'd get 350,000 baht, big money back then, still is if you consider the best stadium champs these days only get around 100,000- 150,000. He said he fought he's best.

    Great great find Stormy, it just wets the appetite even more for the full fight. As I understand it minus the demo they did they fought twice (?) if so that clip must have been the 1st. It's a great interview as well Stomy. I haven't watched it all as I'm on the move & short on time.

    Again mate great find & glad your enjoying the youtube channel. I haven't put anything up for a few months. I've just got hold of a load of great stuff so keep checking it out! There is also a homemade Samart DVD of a bunch of his fights, I haven't seen it yet, I wonder what secrets it'll yield!!!
     
  9. stormy0

    stormy0 New Member Full Member

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    Man, that is awesome to get confirmation! Thanks Boranbkk!

    Dieselnoi looked absolutely beastly in that clip. It's so weird to see Samart in true survival mode, the only other time I've seen him look that much in danger is against Jeff Fenech.

    Your youtube channel is awesome boran, definitely please post more stuff. I've downloaded my fair share of fights from your channel already. I'm hoping there is some stuff from Samart in his prime on that DVD; it is hard to find stuff from that period of his career.

    I have a lot of Samart's muay thai fights that are widely available online, but it seems a lot of em are from past his prime, and his style in those fights is more of a defensive/slick countering style.
    I have one fight of him vs Soudareth, which going by the footage, seems like an earlier fight of his. He adopts a very technical aggressive/stalker style more akin to his brother Kongtoranee, and it is a great display of his abilities.
    I'm wondering if that was what his style was more like in his prime when he was hungry and making waves. Definitely dig that style of fighting and honestly enjoy watching Kongtoranee's fights more cause of the technical/clean aggression.
     
  10. Flea Man

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    Shame this hasn't been posted in for 7 years. It was an amazing thread!

    Anyway here's a piece I just wrote on Saensak if anyone's interested
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  11. yaca you

    yaca you Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Great post Flea.

    Seven years is indeed a long time. Although it might just be the right interval to then revisit some of these topics.

    Seven years was so long ago. I was young, and full of hope. Now im old shut in the house, in fear of the Covid.

    Who would have forseen that 7 years ago!

    But, now I have all the time to watch fights! And, of course, read some of your articles! Of which I have read a few.

    I enjoyed your breakdown of the Vicharnnoi fight(I rewatched the fight a couple times),it was certainly a more competitive fight then I remember, fantastic finish! Vicharnnoi was a handful, but was overmatched by Saensak's power not just with punches but kicks as well. Saensak had a wild style but set up that left hand with the uppercut perfectly.

    Do you think Seansak was the biggest puncher you have seen in muaythai? I would say so.

    And where did you find those Saensak songs! Only a legend gets two songs written about them!

    Btw have you seen this video about Saensak Maungsurian released yesterday by Lawrence Kenshin:
     
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  12. yaca you

    yaca you Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Interesting story about the Tae Yien-Chen fight. I wonder if this guy really knew the monster he was getting in there with in Saensak!

    That killer judo chop might just have come in handy. Too bad he was forced to wear gloves. So unfair!:D
     
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  13. Flea Man

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    Kenshin’s video was abysmal quite frankly, but it was really nice to see Saensak coincidentally get his name out there twice within two days!

    Yep, I am stuck indoors also mate. My site is building our MT content now so hopefully you will find more articles that appeal to you
     


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