Thai Fight Saraburi results: Saenchai wins by KO, advances to final

Thai Fight Saraburi was held this past Saturday (Nov. 24) featuring semi-final bouts of four knockout tournaments, as well as a series of super fights. Famed muaythai fighter Saenchai topped the fight-bill, battling out in one of the semi-finals of 67 kg contest.

Going through the ropes in Saraburi, Saenchai faced Sif El Islam Djebaili. The scheduled for three rounds bout ended prior the final horn.

The former four-division Lumpinee Boxing Stadium champion came out victorious by knockout in the first round. Post-fight he thanked all his fans for the support with a post on Instagram.

In addition, Saenchai updated his streak to 43 wins in a row. He is expected to face Jamal Madani in the championship bout at the future event which is yet to be announced. Madani earned his ticket to the final by decision against Batjargal Sundui.

Also on the card Satharnfah scored a decision against Wang Tengyue in the semi-final of 70 kg tournament. He is expected to face Bobur Tagagev who “was granted a free pass to the final round as Mitat Isteri was unable to join the show due to his sickness [sic]”.

The semi-final bouts of 72.5 kg tournament featured Payak-Samui taking the second-round knockout win against Mohammad Khalil, and Yurik Davtyan similarly defeating Mostafa Delikhoun.

In addition, Saensatharn stopped Ruslan Ataev in the second round of semi-final bout of 70 kg tournament in Kard Chuek (ropes instead of gloves). In the second semi-final Oleksandr Moisa knocked out Keo Rumchang also in the second round.

The complete results from Thai Fight Saraburi can be found below.

Thai Fight Saraburi results

67 kg tournament
Saenchai def. Sif El Islam Djebaili via KO (R1)
Jamal Madani def. Batjargal Sundui via decision

70 kg tournament
Satharnfah def. Wang Tengyue via decision
Bobur Tagaev vs. Milat Isteri cancelled

72.5 kg tournament
Payak-Samui Lukjaoporongtom def. Mohammad Khalil via KO (R2)
Yurik Davtyan def. Mostafa Delikhoun via KO (R2)

70 kg tournament Kard Chuek
Saensatharn def. Ruslan Ataev via KO (R2)
Oleksandr Moisa def. Keo Rumchang via KO (R2)

Super Fights Kard Chuek
Chanajon def. Reza Ahmadnezhad via KO (R1)
Petch-Samui def. Mathias Jonsson via decision
Ratchasing def. Saw Htoo Zaw via KO (R1)
Kitti Sor Jor Danrayong def. Anton Tolkmit via KO (R1)

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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