2011 K-1 MUAY THAI fight – Buakaw Por Pramuk vs Frank Giorgi – full fight Video THAI FIGHT Final

3_stars_k1_muay_thai_ranking_allthebestfightsReview: 2011-12-18, the bout between Buakaw Por Pramuk and Frank Giorgi was the best fight of Thai Fight 2011 Final: three stars (fight ended by decision). Buakaw Por Pramuk (201-21-12) entered as the No.2 super welterweight in the world while Frank Giorgi entered as the No.18. Buakaw vs Giorgi is valid for the Thai Fight 2011 70kg Tournament title (main event of the night). Watch the video!

 

Event: THAI FIGHT 2011 Tournament Final

Date: 2011-12-18

Where: King Chulalongkorn Monument Square, Bangkok, Thailand

Division: super welterweight (154 lbs, 69.9 kg)

Title: Thai Fight 2011 70kg Tournament title

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Buakaw Por Pramuk def. Frank Giorgi (decision)

 

THAI FIGHT 2011 Final fight card:

Buakaw Por Pramuk vs Frank Giorgi final 70 kg

Fabio Pinca vs Kem Sitsongpeenong 2 final 67 kg

Saiyok Pumpanmuang vs Hichem Chaibi

Richy Green vs Bernueng Topking Boxing

Buakaw’s previous fight: Buakaw Por Pramuk vs Mickael Piscitello

Frank Giorgi’s previous fight: Frankie Giorgi vs Abraham Roqueni

Buakaw’s next fight: Buakaw Por Pramuk vs Dzhabar Askerov

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2 thoughts on “2011 K-1 MUAY THAI fight – Buakaw Por Pramuk vs Frank Giorgi – full fight Video THAI FIGHT Final”

  1. I live in the US and am very proud of a great Muay Thai fighter like Buakaw. I got up early this Sunday morning, heard Bangrachan song before the fight, saw the fight, and then had tears in my eyes – proud to be a Thai!

    His training model is the best. As he lives simple life in a small town, he uses basic Muay Thai training equipment day in and day out to make him the best. No gimmicks, right? Moreover, he trains hard knowing he has to deal with many fighters who are bigger than him. It appears to me that besides he knows the art of Muay Thai very well, he also adds EXTRA strengths, quicness, and endurance to his training. It paid off!

    I also do like that he is a smart fighter. He is like the legendary Put Lorlek. Give Buakaw time,he would find weaknesses of opponents, then purnish them over and over.

    After all, we have so many great things in Thailand to tell the world. Muay Thai is one of them. I live in a small town in the US, and Muay Thai training camps are everywhere. They know who Buakaw is. No surprise, many million people around the world know Buakaw, Muay Thai, and Thailand.

    To me, Muay Thai represents who we are. We pay restpect to people, nice and polite, with a smile on our faces. Yet, when it is time to fight, we can be tough. Ajarn Chai, the most famous Muay Thai master in the US once said, “Soft like silk but tough like a diamond.”

    Nui
    Murfreesbor, TN, USA

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