2018 K-1 MUAY THAI fight – Buakaw Banchamek vs Jonay Risco – full fight Video

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2018-03-09, close fight with a good pace: Buakaw Banchamek vs Jonay Risco gets three stars.

The two time K-1 World MAX champion Buakaw Banchamek entered this fight with a professional kickboxing record of 234-23-12 (71 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.6 super welterweight in the world. Buakaw lost the rematch with Yi Long in 2016 (controversial decision, Buakaw vs Yi Long 2) but then he has won seven bouts beating Sergey Kulyaba (Buakaw vs Kulyaba), Marouan Toutouh (Buakaw vs Toutouh) and Nayanesh Ayman in his last three (Buakaw Banchamek vs Nayanesh Ayman).
His opponent, the former Iska and current Enfusion world champion Jonay Risco, has an official record of 57-14-1 (6 knockouts) but he comes off three consecutive losses, with Davit Kiria, Yassin Baitar and Redouan Laarkoubi; his last victory was against Tayfun Ozcan at the beginning of 2017. Buakaw vs Risco, main event of Enfusion 63, is valid for the 70Kg Enfusion World title. Watch the video and rate this fight!

 

 

Event: Enfusion Live 63 Abu Dhabi

Date: 2018-03-09

Where: Du Forum, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Division: super welterweight (154 lbs, 69.9 kg)

Title: 70Kg Enfusion World title

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Jonay Risco def. Buakaw Banchamek (decision)

 

Buakaw’s previous fight: Buakaw Banchamek vs Nayanesh Ayman

Buakaw’s next fight: Buakaw Banchamek vs Luis Passos

 




 

Buakaw vs Risco full fight video:

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3 thoughts on “2018 K-1 MUAY THAI fight – Buakaw Banchamek vs Jonay Risco – full fight Video”

  1. Very close fight with a Buakaw still in good shape and managing his job. However, this though sport isn’t the best for people like Buakaw who is getting old and fighting, without choice, with stiffer and younger competition that are making a name by just beating him off. In my opinion the decision could have gone either side.

    1. What are you talking about. He controlled the centre more. Landed better techniques and counters and got hit way less. The sport is corrupt.

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