The next edition of “Thai Fight” has been scheduled for October 26. Muay Thai event takes place in Bang Saen, a city in Chonburi Province, eastern Thailand. Famed Saenchai PKSaenchaimuaythaigym and Sudsakorn Sor. Klinmee are expected to participate (according to the event poster), among others.
Saenchai headlined the previous event held last weekend in Kham Chanod. The famed Muay Thai fighter scored a unanimous decision against Cem Deniz and updated his record to 311-49-2. Furthermore, former Lumpinee Boxing Stadium champion in four weight classes is riding the 48-fight win streak since November 2014.
Just to make it clear who is the king of the ring 👑 Saenchai⤵️https://www.fightmag.com.au/2019/08/25/saenchai-defeats-cem-deniz-thai-fight-kham-chanod/
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Sudsakorn was last seen in action on August 17 when he dropped a decision against Han Feilong. Before that he won two fights by TKO against Samed Memaj and Luca Tagilarino. In addition, former World Kickboxing Network Super Lightweight champion is scheduled to face Chingiz Allazov in a rematch. The bout is featured on the Bellator Kickboxing 12 fight card held in Milan, Italy on October 13 (AEST).
Thai Fight Bang Saen is traditionally expected to see a series of Muay Thai bouts, as well as the contests in Kard Chuek, where instead of boxing gloves the rope is used around hand and forearm, with local and international competitors participating. The opponents for Saenchai and Sudsakorn, and other matchups are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.
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This year “Thai Fight” celebrates its tenth anniversary. The promotion was established in 2010, and since then produced two knockout tournaments, as well as a number of international events.