Muay Thai, Buakaw vs Sergei Kuliaba, All Star Fight 2 results
Buakaw Banchamek (l) and Sergei Kuliaba (r) in their Muay Thai encounter at All Star Fight 2 / Pic via Facebook

Buakaw Banchamek expected in Paris at All Star Fight 3 on December 10

All Star Fight 2 was held on Saturday September 30 at Workpoint Entertainment Studio in Bangkok. The event was the following episode of a new televised Muay Thai series produced in Thailand. The program featured an eight-fight bill with prominent Thai fighters up against international opponents, representing Ukraine, Belarus, France, Brazil and Laos.

In the main event renowned Buakaw Banchamek faced off Ukrainian Sergei Kuliaba. The three-round welterweight bout went the distance with the representative of the country host scoring a unanimous decision. As a result Buakaw updated his record to 301-23-12. Kuliaba dropped to 91-13-1.

In the co-main event Belarusian “Bullet” Andrei Kulebin went up against the current champion of Rajadamnern stadium Thai Seabmean Sitchefboonthum. The bout also went the distance, with the latter proclaimed as the winner by decision. Among other bouts featured on the card Thai lightweight Pakorn PK Saenchai Muay Thai Gym took the decision against Ukrainian Igor Liubchenko.

The next edition of All Star Fight is scheduled on December 10 in Paris. The fight card is expected to be announced in the coming weeks. We will have more information as soon as it becomes available.

All Star Fight 2 results

Welterweight Buakaw Banchamek def. Sergei Kuliaba via decision
Super lightweight Seabmurn Sitchefboontam def. Andrei Kulebin via decision
Welterweight Buakiew Por. Pongsawang def. Sasha Moisa via decision
Lightweight Pakorn PK Saenchai Muay Thai def. Igor Liubchenko via decision
Welterweight Yohann Drai def. Petchmongkon Banchamek via decision
Lightweight Sairung Sor. Chaicharoen def. Ngao Prorjorn via first-round KO
Lightweight Manachai Yokkao Saenchai def. Noukhith Latsaphao via third-round KO
Super lightweight Saempetch Fairtex def. Maycon Oller via third-round KO