Saenchai performs Cartwheel Kick at Thai Fight Rayong
Saenchai performs Cartwheel Kick at Thai Fight Rayong / Pic: Instagram

The Kings of Muaythai traveled to the eastern province of Thailand, Rayong on Saturday August 25. The “Thai Fight” event took place at the Makro Hypermart featuring nine contests between the representatives of the country-host and international competitors.

Famed Saenchai highlighted the show going up against Russian Muay Thai fighter Nikita Surovezhkin. The scheduled for three rounds bout at lightweight went the distance.

The Thai star, who previously won Lumpinee Championship in four different weight classes, took the win by decision. Topping up the bill, he updated his streak to the 40 consecutive victories, which he rides since November 2014.

Also on the night, the team mate of Saenchai, Chanajon scored the second-round knockout win against Timur Djabbarov of Uzbekistan. The latter replaced a previously announced Makc Spadarenka of Belarus.

In addition, Sudsakorn Payabkumphan earned the decision against Ayob Saki, while his Thai-fellow Petch-Samui stopped Urazov Serek in the first-round.

Swede Mathias Jonsson was the only farang [not Thai] to win on the night, scoring the first-round knockout win against Petch-Phangan. The complete Thai Fight Rayong results can be found below.

Thai Fight Rayong results

74 kg Sudsakorn Payabkumphan def. Ayob Saki via decision
69 kg PTT Petchrungruang def. Yan Naing Aung via first-round KO
71 kg Saensatharn Klong Saun Plu Resort def. Fabian Hundt via decision
65 kg Saenchai PKSaenchaimuaythaigym def. Nikita Surovezhkin via decision
68 kg Payak-Samui Lukjaoporongtom def. Min Maung Maung via first-round KO
74 kg Chanajon P.K.Saenchai Muaythai Gym def. Timur Djabbarov via second-round KO
62 kg Petch-Samui Lukjaoporongtom def. Urazov Serek via first-round KO
63 kg Mathias Jonsson def. Petch-Phangan Lukjaoporongtom via first-round KO
67 kg Satharnfah Sit-Nayyok-Chai Songkla def. Luis Cajaiba Brazil via decision

Parviz Iskenderov
Parviz Iskenderov is a Muay Thai fighter from Perth, Australia. He is a former National champion of Belarus, and also a finalist of IFMA European Cup. He is an editor and journalist at FIGHTMAG. Iskenderov is also the World Kickboxing Network (WKN) international coordinator for Australia.

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