Caged Muay Thai 10 features Ghot Seur Noi vs Chris Wells
Ghot Seur Noi / Pic: Facebook / Visual World

Muay Thai gala CMT 10 is held on August 4 in Brisbane.

Friday Night Fights bring the tenth edition of CMT to the Logan Metro Sports Centre in Crestmead. The event is an international fight bill with the first string of Australian Muay Thai battling out in the main event. “The Gunslinger” John Wayne Parr squares off against Jake Purdy of England.

The co-main event features Ghot Seur Noi of Thailand up against Chris Wells of New Zealand. The encounter is a lightweight muaythai contest in the Octagon, wearing MMA gloves.

Living in Brisbane, an authentic representative of the Art of Eight Limbs Ghot Seur Noi is a well-known competitor. The highlight of his career is the victory of the World Kickboxing Network lightweight title when he defeated a former champion Michael “Tomahawk” Thompson at Total Carnage IV in 2013.

The 30-years-old guest from New Zealand Chris Wells forms opposition for Thai-Australian fighter. Representing the “ROC” gym, “The Butcher Boy” brings to the table the 23-21 record. He has also been previously seen in Australia, partaking at several events in different states.

The fight card at Caged Muay Thai 10 also comprises Matty Bune of Australia face off Sean Clancy of Ireland. As well, Jesse James March of Australia takes on Liam Brough of England. In addition, Branton Termine goes up against George Smith of England.

Other bouts will be announced in the upcoming weeks. To date revealed program can be found below.

John Wayne Parr vs. Jake Purdy
Ghot Seur Noi vs. Chris Wells
Matty Bune vs. Sean Clancy
Jesse James March vs. Liam Brough
Branton Termine vs. George Smith

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Misagh Norouzi
Misagh Norouzi is a Muay Thai fighter from Perth, Australia. He is training and fighting under the patronage of a prominent Thai master Top Sangmorakot. Norouzi is an author and reporter at FIGHTMAG. He covers local and national news.

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