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Petch, Inseenoi, Fahprajak and Sueayai face off for Champion belt
This weeks Champion show sees another solid line up face off for the Champion belt and 50,000 baht grand prize. Petch Sitmonchai, Inseenoi Sharkyboxing, Fahprajak Sathianmuaythai and Sueayai Misakawan are the contenders in the weekly four-man tournament, with fights number one and two the semi-final fights and fight number 7 the clash between the two semi-final winners to decide who will take home the belt. As always the Max Muaythai promoters have worked hard to match all four fighters as evenly as possible in terms of height and build and experience to try and ensure the maximum amount of entertainment for the fans. All four fighters are very experienced at Max Muaythai and each brings something different to the table. Petch is known for his ferocious punching power and fights typically to the Sitmonchai style, Inseenoi is a solid all-round southpaw fighter with a sharp technical style, Fahprajak is another strong all rounded fighter known for his powerful punches and kicks and finally Sueayai is a strong clinch and knee style fighter who loves to try and grind down his opponents with solid knees. Outside of the four-man tournament, there are four other high-quality matchups, headlined by two former Champion tournament winners, with Fahlangfon Athit I.A.T taking on Rungwittaya Singnawaawut. The show will be broadcast live on Channel Spring 23 from 18:25 onwards Thai time.
Fri. Jun 14th, 2019
Loukman the latest Champion tournament winner
Loukman Muengpayalaewittaya schoolbecame the latest 'Champion' four-man tournament winner on Saturday the 8th of June, after beating Petchsornchai TR Insulation inthe final. Loukman instantly became favourite to take the tournament after he demolished Payaktamin Sitkrupian in the opening round of his semi-final fight, almost cutting Payaktamin in half with a vicious body kick to score an 8 count, before finishing him off with a barrage of shots as soon as the action was restarted. Petchsornchai had a tougher route to the final, having beaten Petchprakaew Nonglakkungpao in a gruelling 3 round battle. Loukman also had the edge psychologically with a previous points win over Petchsornchai and with the quickness of his semi-final fight compared to Petchsornchai's it was expected he would be a little too fresh for his opponent. Petchsornchai had other ideas though and looked strong in the first round as he landed with some heavy kicks and used his superior height to control the ring well. Petchsornchai looked strong at the start of the second round two, but it was as the round went on that the fans started to see the effects of his early fight seem to take their toll. Loukman started to look strong in the clinch and finished the round strong. In the final round Loukman looked strong from the off as he dominated the clinch and scored with strong knees. Petchsornchai dug deep towards the end of the round and came back at Loukman with some sharp punches and kicks, but it wasn't enough and Loukman took the decision and the 50,000 baht prize.
Sun. Jun 9th, 2019
Kriangkrai Sor. Kantasee: Two Fights, Two Wins, in Two Minutes
On Tuesday night, Kriangkrai Sor. Kantasee returned to the Max Muay Thai ring for the second time at the Max Muay Thai Fighter show. The 36-year-old fighter-turned-trainer took on the formidable Chokplangrit Sor. Tianchai. It was to be a step up in competition from Kriangkrai's last fight, which he won by elbow knockout within two minutes. Chokplangrit is a monster in the clinch, usually. But Kriangkrai was able to keep the fight on the outside and punish the body of Chokplangrit with punches and kicks. From the start of the fight to the very end--just two minutes, again--Kriangkrai looked dominant. By the end of the fight he had Chokplangrit curled up in a ball in the corner of the ring, and the referee had to step in to stop the fight. Kriangkrai might've been out of the ring for a while, but there's no doubt he belongs at the top of the heap here at Max. We'd love to see Kriangkrai against the very best in a four-man Saturday night showdown.
Tue. Jun 4th, 2019
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