Lloyd Dean takes all 4-man muaythai tournament at Domination 18 fight night on Saturday, October 22, 2016 at Serpentine Jarrahdale Recreation Centre, Byford, WA.
Lightweight muaythai eliminator headlined the fight bill at Domination 18 Perth. Australians Lloyd Dean and Roy Wills went up against Thai Jaturapat Bash and Komkit ‘Jak 300’ Chanawong.
In the opening round Dean faced off Jaturapat. The bout went on distance. The verdict from judges proclaimed Dean as the winner. The second semi-final matched Wills with ‘Jak 300’. The contest ended in the third round. Wills landed the head kick eliminating his vis-a-vis. In the finale Dean earned a points decision over Wills consequently taking all tournament.
In addition, the muaythai programme on the night featured Ricardo Pisaneschi battling out against Ben Cant. As the result, Pisaneschi earned a decision.
The fight card included two boxing matches. Renae Wauhop made her debut taking on Anita Boom of Melbourne. The second was also a debutante fighting under professional boxing rules. Boom, Australian champion in muaythai, earned a decision adding a victory in boxing to her complete tale of the tape.
Glen Austin made a return to fighting facing off Queenslander Richard Simpson. Austin took a unanimous decision.
4-Man Muay Thai Tournament – 63.5 kg / 3x3x2mn
Roy Wills wins by KO R3 vs Komkit Jak 300 Chanawong
Lloyd Dean wins on points vs Jaturapat Bash
Lloyd Dean wins on points vs Roy Wills
Muay Thai WA State Title -66,7kg / 5x3x2mn
Ricardo Pisaneschi wins on points vs Ben Cant
Boxing Female -70kg / 4x2x1mn
Anita Boom wins on points vs Renae Wauhop
Boxing -83kg / 4x3x1
Glen Austin wins on points vs Richard Simposn