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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 matched fights, in one of the highlights of the week for any true Muaythai fans.


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