Mohamed Khamal entered this fight with a professional kickboxing record of 44-6-3 (9 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.17 super welterweight in the world. He fought twice in 2014 losing to Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong (=Khamal vs Sitthichai) and winning over Kongfah Sitmonchai.
His opponent, Chahid Oulad El Hadj, has an official record of 39-18-3 (12 knockouts) but he is not ranked as he hasn’t fought since May 10, 2014 when he defeated Edvin Kibus; before this fight he had lost four consecutive fights, the last one against Mike Zambidis in 2012 (=Zambidis vs Chahid 2). In their first bout Chahid defeated Khamal by unanimous decision (May 29, 2010); this second fight was the main event of “World Fighting League: Unfinished Business”. Watch the video and rate this fight!
Event: World Fighting League: Unfinished Business
Where: VenueSportcomplex Koning Willem Alexander, Hoofddorp, Netherlands
Division: catchweight (157 lbs, 71 kg)
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3 comments on “2015 best K-1 MUAY THAI fight – Mohamed Khamal vs Chahid El Hadj 2 – full fight Video”
First time I see a Muay Thai fight, I was dragged by the 4 stars rating like a shark to blood!
Pretty good, my first impression is those guys must sustain a lot of tibia injuries as it is the bone who hits when they kick, obviously. Can they hit with the knee? Seems to me that would be devastating.
Great win by the black guy. Knocked him out boxing style
Matt, I like very much K1 and Muay Thai. I’m a good follower of this sport and I’m trying not to miss any fight.These guys are very good in particular Khamal because is much more technical fighter than Chahid, However, they are out of shape now. About 3 years ago they were really tough.
When they hit with the legs is painful for the rival and for themselves. Future for them is not going to be nice because it will be plenty of pain all over the body. It is much harder than boxing and requires a good coordination of arms and legs to be carried out. If you like it you should watch fights where G. Petrosyan called the “Doctor” is involved (70 Kg category).
poor rating on this one…