Domination 18 Headlines Muay Thai Perth Fight Night
Muay Thai fighter Komkit 'Jak 300' Chanawong in action at Domination 17 Perth fight night on Saturday 2nd April 2016 at Serpentine Jarrahdale Community Recreation Centre, Byford, WA / Pic: Emanuel Rudnicki/Noisy Pixels

Muay Thai 4 man tournament headlines Domination 18 Perth fight night on Saturday, 22nd October 2016 at Serpentine Jarrahdale Recreation Centre in Byford, WA.

Domination 18 Perth is the following chapter of the eminent Muay Thai promotions in Western Australia. For over five years the events produce a series of outstanding shows. The likes of Nathan Carnage Corbett, John Wayne Parr, Daniel The Rock Dawson, Danial Mini T Williams and, of course, Toby The Weapon Smith headline the events. Australia’s best athletes face international elite in the professional muaythai bouts. To date, Domination is the unique promotion to present the fight fans in WA with the real world championship events.

The previous show in April saw Toby Smith battling Thai Dieselek. ‘The Weapon’ then fought French Johane Beausejour at Nemesis 11 event. His following venture penciled the headliner of Domination 18 Perth. Promoters plotted to square Australian pride with the star from Belarus Vitaly Gurkov. The two also headed to fight for prestigious WKN middleweight world title.

Although the bout is forced to be postponed, the headliner of Domination 18 Perth is no less exciting.

The 4-man muaythai tournament goes ahead seeing prominent Aussies taking on the masters from Thailand.

Roy Wills (33-12) of Thai Boxing Pit and Lloyd Dean (19-3) from Riddler’s Gym will stand for the Land Down Under. Komkit ‘Jak 300′ Chanawong (130-20-5) of Sangmorakot camp and Jaturapat Bash (310-59-2) from Muay Thai Plaza are the authentic representatives of the Art of Eight Limbs.

The lightweight competitors will battle in the 4-man eliminator at three by three minute rounds with the two minute breaks. The opening bouts most likely will see Wills facing Bash and Dean taking on Chanawong.

Moreover, Wills and Chanawong fought a year earlier. The close fight went on distance with the Thai taking the decision. No doubts, this time Australian will give his all to payback. Dean is a prominent Western Australian fighter, who has recently collected one more stoppage victory. The tournament is a ladder bringing him up in rankings. Bash is, hands down, the most experienced athlete on the card. His own record almost doubles the summary of the rest three. As a result, we will see the fast and furious muaythai at its’ best.

In addition to the knockout Muay Thai tournament and a series of super fights, Domination 18 Perth installs the big time boxing on the night. We will have more information and a complete fight card in the coming weeks.