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Peankon Wins Sports Authority of Thailand Fighter of the Year

Every year the ministry of sports authority comes together to award the most accomplish Muay Thai fighter in that particular year. To win the Sports Authority of Thailand fighter of the year award, you need to have a very good winning record and fight at the highest levels. This is the second most notable award given to Muay Thai fighters, the first being the sports writers top fighter of the year. While not all fighters go undefeated, a very strong winning record against tough competition is a clear indication that a fighter is doing well. This year Peankon Tor.Surath (ปืนกล ต.สุรัตน์)...

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Fight Video – This Fighter Showcases a Lot of Heart In this Painful Loss

When you reach a high level in Muay Thai, every fight is a hard fight. When you face an opponent who outmatches you with skill, your mental toughness will be put to the ultimate test. The word HEART is often used to describe fighters who keep on pushing in a fight, no matter how bad they are losing or they are outmatched. Fighters’ who demonstrate heart in the ring often reach the highest levels because they can push themselves to their ultimate limits. Make sure you read the article: What it Means to have “Heart” in Muay Thai Some people often...

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Fight Breakdown: Sittichai Smashes His Kickboxing Opponents in His Glory Debut

Over the past few years there have been a few names that have dominated the international Muay Thai scene. Fighters like Buakaw, Yodsanklai, Saenchai, Sudsakorn, and Saiyok have made a name for themselves by beating up foreign competition. While these fighters have been cleaning up their foreign competition for the better part of the last decade, there have been relatively few newcomers to enter the international scene. Fortunately for Muay Thai fans, the next generation of Muay Thai has arrived in the form of Sittichai Sitsongpeenong. At only 23 years of age, Sittichai is the next big fighter to come out of Thailand. Like all of...

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Buakaw Loses K-1 Final In Controversial Fashion – Full Results and Video

  Yesterday’s K-1 Max finals between Buakaw Banchamek vs Enriko Kehl was one of the most bizarre things I have witnessed in a long time. From the start of the fight, it didn’t look like Buakaw was on his game. While he continually threw flying knees and caught Enriko’s kicks to dump him, he wasn’t playing a game to score points. Rarely did Buakaw kick throughout the fight as he was just pushing forward the entire fight to show his dominance against his opponent. Even though he wasn’t doing much, I think the general assumption was that he did...

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Victor Nagbe Defeats Kem Sitsongpeenong via Headkick KO

In the recent Xtreme Muay Thai event that took place in Hong Kong Victor Nagbe defeated Kem Sitsongpeenong via Head Kick. This was an unexpected outcome to a fight that started off relatively slow until Victor landed a devastating head kick. The kick came out of nowhere and was executed perfectly. The first time he landed it Kem dropped for an 8 count and was able to get back up, however, when he landed it again the fight was over. Check out the 2 rounds of the fight below and see it for yourself. Round 1 Round 2 (Head...

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