Kem Sitsongpeenong looked like he had to give up quite a few pounds for this fight. Nevertheless he looked sharp as he always has beautiful counters though under pressure from Vahid Roshani who was throwing a considerable amount of haymakers. Again, this is from the December 10th Max Muay Thai show.
Enjoy this exciting fight between Team Nasser K’s Dylan Salvador and again the 19 year old Australian (originally Liberia), Victor Nagbe. Just skip the beginning because the announcer is kind of annoying. Skip to 1:45 to see fighter intros and Wai Kru.
Victor Nagbe is a very young kid who has been facing some of the best in Muay Thai. He’s only 19 years old and can really hold his own. He has really good timing and counters. Saggetdao is a grinder though and he knows how to win and really wear someone down. Enjoy this fight from the Max Muay Thai show on December 10th between these 2 awesome fighters!
Finally we see Buakaw in a good fight! What was supposed to be an evenly matched fight technically ended up with Buakaw countering beautifully on a lot of Enriko’s attacks. Beautiful fight so enjoy!
Despite Pakorn’s ability to shut down a lot of his opponents with lots of power & technique, Kongsak keeps him grounded with his use of hard kicks at times when Pakorn is lease expecting it. Enjoy this one.
Superbank (red) is always coming out with flamboyant shorts and a very hard pressing work rate. Sam-A the veteran can hold his own by being very elusive and throwing a lot of people’s timing off with his unorthodox, but powerful kicks.
As you already know I post up a lot of Saenchai for his pure form and his ability to make everything look so easy. Petboonchu also is no joke as he’s stayed high in the stadium’s rankings for many years.
I’m really not trying to be biased by posting a lot of the same fighters, but I can’t help it when they’re constantly performing at a high & intense level. Pakorn (blue) is of course a great all around fighter while Petphanomrung (red) is a young, elusive, and slick 18 year old who has a bright future in the sport. Clinching is an art form.
Saenchai (red) and Singdam (blue) have faced off a bunch of times with this one being the 7th time. Both of these fighters are legendary with their skills and both have won multiple Fighter of the Year awards and continue to dominate in the sport.
I’ve never seen a video of Dejlit (blue) before, but man he’s good at countering! I’ve always loved watching (live and on video) Sittichai Sitsongpeenong (red) fight. I consider him a craftsman when it comes to properly breaking down opponents as you will see in this fight.