After traveling the United States and Europe with a series of training seminars, Muay Thai star Saenchai is back in the ring this coming Saturday October 26. Former four-division Lumpinee Boxing Stadium champion battles it out at the next edition of “Thai Fight” held in Bangsaen, Thailand. His opponent is Batjargal Sundui of Mongolia, FIGHTMAG learned.
In his previous bout in August Saenchai scored a unanimous decision against Cem Deniz and updated his record to 311-49-2. He is riding the 48-fight win streak since November 2014. Earlier in his career he defeated the likes of Nong-O Gaiyanghadao and Superbon Banchamek, just to name a couple.
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Batjargal Sundui is not near as experienced as Saenchai, and, one can say, unlikely poses a threat to the famed fighter. He has though appeared at several events in Thailand last year, including Real Hero in May in Bangkok, where he was knocked out by Igor Liubchenko, and Thai Fight Saraburi in November, when he dropped a unanimous decision against Jamal Madani.
The bout is scheduled for three rounds at 67 kg catchweight.
Thai Fight Bangasaen features a total of nine bouts. Among the matchups Sudsakorn Sor. Klinmee takes on Andi Uustalu of Estonia. Payak-Samui Lukjaoporongtom squares off against Malik Ballo of France.
The complete lineup can be found below.
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Payak-Samui Lukjaoporongtom vs. Malik Ballo
Kitti Sor.Jor.Danrayong vs. Mehdi Jaouadi
Saenchai vs. Batjargal Sundui
Tengnueng Sitjesairoong vs. Mohammad Hossein Doroudian
Petch-Samui Lukjaoporongtom vs. Naser Sajjadi
Sudsakorn vs. Andi Uustalu
P.T.T. V.Rujirawong vs. Diego Beneduzzi
Chanajon P.K.Saenchai Muaythai Gym vs. Charlie Guest
Samingdej Lukjaoporongtom vs. Mitch Farel