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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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