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Kriengkrai, Paradonlek, Kingpai and Yodchanasuek face off for Champion belt
The weight for this Saturdays Champion four man tournament has been set at 63 kilos, with Kriengkrai Kaewsamrit, Paradonlek Aor Sanitpan, Kingpai Loukjaophoborthong and Yodchanasuek Sor Nilthai facing off for the belt and 50,000 baht grand prize. The show is broadcast live form 18:25 onwards Thai time on Channel Now 26. All the fighters are coming into the tournament in great form and are closely matched in sze and experience, to once again provide the opportunity for another thrilling tournament. Kriengkrai posseses some dangerous, powerful punches, Paradonlek is known for his perfectly timed, powerful kicks, Kingpai his strong, vice like clinch and powerful knees and Yodchanasuek his aggressive, walk forward fighters style. Making for a tournament full of contrasts. The tournament comes alongside another 4 action packed, closely matchedfights, in one of the highlights of the week for any true Muaythai fans.
Thu. Feb 7th, 2019
Daophrae gets the chance to show his skills on big stage
Daophrae Maxkemeepan gets the chance to showcase his talents in the main event of this Friday the 8th of February's Battle show. Broadcast live from the Max Muaythai stadium Pattaya, from 18:10 onwards Thai time, on Channel Now 26. Daophrae impressed the Max Muaythai team with his four man turnament winning performance on the Max Muaythai Mega show up in Phrae province back in December. Now he has the opportunity to show if he has what it realy takes to be one of Max Muaythai's next star performers on the Battle show. It won't be an easy match for Daophrae though as he takes on the experienced Yodkrisada Kiatnavy, one of Max Muaythai's current top names. Daophrae's team are confident that he has what it takes as he has been a star up country for some time now and feel he is ready to step it up another level. The main event comes along with several other mouth watering match ups, which should make for another thrilling night of fights.
Thu. Feb 7th, 2019
Samuel Gough and Jaipetch Sitjaopho Fight to a Draw
On Sunday night, Samuel Gough from England clashed with Jaipetch Sitjaopho in Max Muay Thai’s most anticipated rematch of 2019. Gough and Jaipetch first met back in 2018, when Jaipetch picked up a first round TKO win over Gough by way of doctor's stoppage due to a cut. Gough, who trains and fights out of Kiatphonthip Gym in Bangkok, came into the rematch a completely different fighter from their first meeting. Gough used his long-arm defense and tight shell guard to defend most of Jaipetch’s elbows. Jaipetch, though, still controlled much of the first round and was able to cut the English fighter. In the second round the tide started to turn, and feeling more confident about defending Jaipetch’s elbows, Gough became more offensive and began to wind the Thai with knees. By the third round Jaipetch was no longer able to score with his elbows, and the way Gough was backing up Jaipetch with his knee attacks, he looked in control of the fight. When the final bell rang the judges scored the fight a draw. The question now is, has the draw set up a trilogy between Gough and Jaipetch? You can watch Max Muay Thai live on the Max Muay Thai Facebook page or YouTube channel. Or you can download the Max Muay Thai app for iOS or Android.
Sun. Feb 3rd, 2019
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