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Soosuek, Petchyaso, Nampech,Kongpop, who will become Champion?

  This Saturday the 2nd of February see the Champion four man tournament set at 56 kilos, with a strong line up of fighters. Soosuek Sortormaobanglamung, Petchyaso Darprunsarakham, Nampetch Sor Thantip and Kongpop Tor Pran 49. The show will be broadcast live from 18:25 onwards Thai tim on Channel Now 26.

               Soosuek comes into the tournament looking strong with a win over Lukkromaluang Chor Chanatip in his last fight along with wins over Kompetch Sor Nacae and Muanglaos Puyfourman. Petchyaso is known for his relentless, griding clinch and knee style and is coming off a win over former Champion winner Petchpattaya Petchasira. Nampetch Sor Thantip is a frmer Lumpini champion and comes with some sharp boxing and KO power and Kongpop is another fighter with a very high level stadium experince. This has all the ingredents for another thrilling, dramatic four man and comes with a packed, high quality undercard.

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Yokpetch shines to take Champion belt
Yokpetch Aor Sanitpan became the latest Champion four-man winner after a dominant performance in both his fights on Saturday the 29th of June. In the 58 kilo tournament, Yokpetch faced Seksan Petchkoson in is semi-final fight and on paper, it looked a tough test, with Seksan unbeaten at Max and with KO wins in his last two fights. YokPetch didn't give him any space though and took the fight into the clinch from the off, looking to grind down Seksan with powerful knees. Seksan looked sharp in the opening round and landed with some hard, well-timed kicks and a few dangerous punches, but visibly started to wilt in the second round under Ykpetch's relentless pressure. Yokpetch kept up the pressure in the third and Seksan received two warnings from the referee for backpedalling which put the fight well out of his reach and Yokpetch went through to the finals. In the other semi-final, Satanpob Sor Bangkru faced Sansak Sitpananchang. Satanpobstarted very aggressively, attacking Sansak with heavy punches and kicks. Sansak soaked up the attacks well though and fired back with hard, southpaw body kicks and landed with strong knees in the clinch. As early as the second round Satanpob looked like he was suffering a little with the fast pace and started to fade. Sansak kept up the pressure in the final round and moved through to the final with a points decision win at the end. Yokpetch started the final looking strong again and attacked Sansak from the off with a strong clinch and heavy knees. Sansak rallied a little towards the end of the opening round, but it looked like it could be a tough task for him to deal with Yokpetch's relentless attacks. In round two Yokpetch carried on where he left off and soon had Sansak looking hurt. A barrage of knees sent Sansak down for an 8 count before another sustained attack saw the referee step in to save him from further punishment and Yokpetch was crowned Champion, taking home the 50,000 baht grand prize.
Inseenoi shines in pulsating Champion four man win.
Inseenoi Sharkyboxing gym had to go to the 7th round in a gruelling, action-packed Champion four-man tournament on Saturday the 15th of June, beating Fahprajak Sathienmuaythai in the final, after a deciding extra round. Both semi-final fights pushed the boxers hard, in particular, Fahprajak's where he faced a ferocious onslaught from his opponent Petch Sitmonchai in the opening round, getting dropped for an 8 count by an elbow halfway through the round. Fahprajak came back hard though in the second round and managed to drop Pech with a barrage of hard knees halfway through a frantic round of action. Petch beat the count, but Fahprajak didn't waste any time and jumped straight on top of him, sending him down for the count. Inseenoi had the easier of the semi-final fights but was still pushed hard by Sueayai Misakawan. The fight was even for the first two rounds, but Sueayai faded in the final round to let Inseenoi through to the final. Fahprajak's lead leg was punished in his semi-final fight against Petch and Inseenoi looked to attack it straight away in the opening round of the final. Fahprajak weathered the storm though and came on strong with some solid kicks and knees in the second round, closing down Inseenoi before he could get off with more low kicks. Round three saw the momentum swing back and forth as both dug deep trying to get the win. They both looked exhausted by the end of the third and there was a despondent look on the face of Fahprajak when the draw was announced. Inseenoi pushed forward in the last round and had the more energy left, as Fahprajak faded badly, getting dropped for an 8 count by a barrage of hard knees. Inseenoi looked like he could have finished him off, but showed a little mercy and took a clear win at the finish.
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