In the Sunday night Max Muay Thai Ultimate show's main event, Maraon Hallal and Robert Jor. Chaiwat went toe-to-toe for the better part of three rounds.
Both fighters are known for their knock out power and durability, and that dynamic made for a back and forth war.
In the first round, the two fighters looked a little hesitant to get things going, probably since they both knew and respected the power that each of them had.
But by round two, both southpaws turned things up and the straight lefts came out quick and powerful.
As the fight went on though, Hallal's confidence grew and he did a better job at controlling the fight and landing with the cleaner shots.
After three rounds of action, Hallal was declared the winner--another notch in the belt for the Swiss fighter who recently dropped down to the 66 kilogram division.