2014 K-1 MUAY THAI fight – Buakaw Banchamek vs Enriko Kehl 2 – full fight Video K-1 MAX 2014 Final

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Fight rated 3 stars by AllTheBestFights.comReview: 2014-10-11, pretty good fight but with a shameful finish… it’s better we rate just the bout: Buakaw Banchamek vs Enriko Kehl 2 gets three stars. Buakaw Banchamek, formerly known as Buakaw Por Pramuk, entered this fight with a professional kickboxing record of 219-21-12 (57 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.1 super welterweight in the world, he suffered his last defeat in 2009 when he faced Andy Souwer in the semifinal of the K-1 World Max, since then he has collected 32 consecutive wins! He has already fought six times in 2014 beating in his last bout Zhang Chunyu (=Buakaw vs Chunyu).
His opponent, Enriko Kehl, has an official record of 62-8-2 or 35-7-1 (26 knockouts) and he entered as the No.7 middleweight, he suffered two defeats in 2013, against Buakaw in their first bout (=Buakaw vs Kehl) and Dzhabar Askerov, but he came back to win in 2014 beating Maximo Suarez (=Kehl vs Suarez), Shane Campbell (=Kehl vs Campbell) and Chad Sudgen. Buakaw vs Kehl 2 is the final of K-1 MAX 2014 world championship tournament and it is valid for the K-1 World MAX title. Watch the video and rate this fight!

 

 

Event: K-1 World MAX 2014 World Championship Tournament Final

Date: 2014-10-11

Where: Indoor Athletics Stadium, Pattaya, Thailand

Division: super welterweight (154 lbs, 69.9 kg)

Title: K-1 World MAX Championship title

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Enriko Kehl def. Buakaw Banchamek (after three rounds the fight ended in a DRAW and Buakaw walked out probably because he didn’t accept the decision, so he didn’t fight the fourth round and Kehl is declared the winner!)

 

Buakaw’s previous fight: Buakaw Banchamek vs Zhang Chunyu

Buakaw’s next fight: Buakaw Banchamek vs Steve Moxon

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11 thoughts on “2014 K-1 MUAY THAI fight – Buakaw Banchamek vs Enriko Kehl 2 – full fight Video K-1 MAX 2014 Final”

  1. buakaw schooled khel, at best they split the third rnd, but khel was schooled the first two rnds,, no way a tie and Buakaw dont need to prove sh*t at this point,, f em and bounce out to the night club

    1. i agree with u, buakaw won the fight but a true champion can’t leave the ring in that way!!! he had just to win 1 more round!!
      …anyway….i’m happy for kehl!! great fighter and also very young, he is 22!

      1. Before the fight he already informed the police about illegal activities K1 doing behinde him. Most of people bet buakaw won in 3 round. So he left befor the decision. Because he already knew no matter what it will be drawn. Use your brain!

  2. This is crazy i am very shocked Buakaw didn’t stay and finish the fight regardless of what happen. He was in control of the fight and he would have won in extra period and make history makes no sense to walk away just sucks that all that work for nothing.

    1. Hi, from a bit of research after the fight, the reason Buakaw left after the 3rd round was because the fixed outcome related to gambling. A lot of people bet for Buakaw to win on the 3rd round, which by the looks of the fight, he did. So by making the match go for an extra round, K1 cashes in all the bet money. Buakaw feels as if K1 doesn’t represent the sport, and that they are just using him solely for cashing in the bucks.

      1. Oh wow!! So if this is true K1 is messed up and they should be ashamed of themselves and people will turn away from it. Buakaw has done so much for this sport , Organization and is a legend. He should leave this place and go fight elsewhere.

  3. What a shameful decision by the judges who seems to be all blind or bribed. Buakaw dominated the full fight despite that Enriko is a very skilled Muay Thai fighter also. With no doubts Buakaw was the winner of this match
    Who ever thinks different about the final result is because doesn’t know anything about K1 rules, its meaning and the skills involved in this sport.
    I like very much Enriko, and of course, the judge score isn’t Enriko’s fault but he doesn’t deserve this title.

    I can understand Buakaw’s frustration when he decided to walk out instead fighting the 4 round. Since he is a so great fighter I fully hope that his walk away action will set a precedent for any future K1 fight in order to avoid/prevent this kind of judge mistakes and take the proper actions to ride off of the useless judges that lately are populating this sport.

    1. He did not dominate. Buakaw should’ve been deducted a point for all the illegal blows & throws he was doing. Those throws do not score and they’re ILLEGAL under K1 rules.

      Buakaw also walked out before the decision was announced. So it wasn’t because of the decision he left.

  4. im somewhat newish to kickboxing but have watched on and off for a couple of years. i box and love mma and am completely up to date with both. so watching this fight i thought kehl won 1 and possibly 2. didnt watch the third but just wanted people’s opinion on how buakaw won round 1. kehl lalnded more punches and about as many knees and buakaw. the only thing buakaw did really good were the throws and some knees. do the throws count alot or am i missing something from round 1? im not saying im knowledgable in kickboxing but wanted someone to explain this situation to me.

  5. I thought Kehl won the fight. The shameful part was Buakaw leaving and the extreme bias from the commentators and replay team. Buakaw rarely landed clean while Kehl landed clearly and often. Kehl easily won round 1, and was more productive in 2, 3. Judging from the fight alone, Buakaw was lucky to get a 4th round

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