2015 K-1 MUAY THAI fight – Robin van Roosmalen vs Sitthichai – full fight Video

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2015-11-06, nice technical fight between Robin van Roosmalen and Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong: it gets three stars.

Robin van Roosmalen entered this fight with a professional kickboxing record of 46-14-3 (14 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.1 super welterweight in the world. He suffered his last defeat in 2013 when he faced Andy Ristie (final of the Glory Lw tournament, Roosmalen vs Ristie); since then he has won four bouts winning the Glory Lw belt in 2014, against Davit Kiria (=Kiria vs Roosmalen 3), taking revenge on Ristie (=Roosmalen vs Ristie 2) and beating Steve Moxon in his last fight (=Roosmalen vs Moxon).
His opponent, the 2014 Lumpinee Ww champion Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong, has an official record of 103-28-5 and he entered as the No.2 in the same weight class. He has already fought ten times in 2015 losing to Dylan Salvador (via split decision) but then he has won the Glory lightweight contender tournament defeating Davit Kiria (=Kiria vs Sitthichai) and Josh Jauncey (=Sitthichai vs Jauncey); Sittichai has beat Jonay Risco in his last bout. Van Roosmalen vs Sitthichai, main event of Glory 25, is valid for the Glory lightweight title (Roosmalen’s second defense); they also faced each other a second time on June 25, 2016 (=Van Roosmalen vs Sitthichai II). Watch the video and rate this fight!


Event: Glory 25: Milan

Date: 2015-11-06

Where: Palaiper, Monza, Italy

Division: super welterweight (154 lbs, 69.9 kg)

Title: Glory Lightweight Championship

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Robin van Roosmalen def. Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong (unanimous decision)


Glory 25 fight card (main fights):
Robin van Roosmalen vs Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong
Karim Ghajji vs Murthel Groenhart final
Giorgio Petrosyan vs Josh Jauncey
Murthel Groenhart vs Nicola Gallo semifinal
Karim Ghajji vs Yoann Kongolo semifinal
Gabriel Varga vs Sergey Adamchuk

Roosmalen’s previous fight: Robin van Roosmalen vs Steve Moxon

Sitthichai’s next fight: Sitthichai vs Marat Grigorian


Official video:

(Alternative free embeddable highlights video hosted on Youtube)

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13 comments on “2015 K-1 MUAY THAI fight – Robin van Roosmalen vs Sitthichai – full fight Video”

  1. lets be honest, glory is absolutely terrible, roosmalen landed but what kind of punches were those? barely connecting with no force, promotion and other stuff in this organisation made kickboxing unpopular af

  2. What is going on with Glory and their useless judges . Another bluntly rob occurred in this tournament. First Vargas and now the Thai fighter were stripped of a win that really deserved. Don’t get me wrong, I’m a fan of Robin and wishing him to win the fight but he didn’t at all to deserve the victory. SHAME to Glory again.

    • I’m also a Roosmalen’s fan but he lost this bout! It would have been nice to see Sitthichai vs Petrosyan for the title!! I hope Sittichai will not leave the Glory tournament

      • Daniel, I still believe that Petrosyan is too much of opponent for this young Thai, in a couple of years may be.

    • You guys have to remember that this was not a muay thai fight. Those blocked kicks from Sitthichai count for nothing under Glory kickboxing rules. I thought it was a close fight.

      • Mark, you should watch the fight again since many of the kicks connected by the Thai reached the target. On the other hand, Robin was not able to connect almost any of his powerful hands on the Thai since he was very elusive.
        However, in spite of being one of the good fan of Robin I really dislike very much when judgments and results are so partial like in this case. I’m fully convinced that this was not a Robin’s fight.
        The judges in this tournament seems to be really useless or partially blind because they saw Vargas loosing also the fight which was a disgusting robbery.

        • This is scored by round. If you watch round 4 and 5, then you see that Sitthichai walks backwards all the time, lands close to 0 punches, lands a few low kicks(but most are checked), and lands close to 0 kicks to the body(all blocked by the arms). No way that Sitthichai won those rounds(or do you disagree? ). Yeah, Roosmalen did not land much as well, but there is no doubt he landed more in those rounds. First thee round you could give to Sitthichai, but round 3 was very close also. I just think that as Sitthichai is the challenger for the title, he should take it decisively, and he did not do that(he thought that he won the first 3, and then walked backwards for 2 rounds).

          Anyway, what i’m trying to say: this was no lopsided beat-down or anything. If you look at how the judges should score this fight(round by round), then both fighters won 2 rounds. 1 round was very close.

          • Mark I watched the fight again and honestly I couldn’t see any round that was clearly won by Robin. As expected, Kicks and knees landed favored the Thai and punches to Robin but only with 25 % accuracy that is quite low for Robin and as you are aware of he practically always win because his punching power that I would say it was useless here because he couldn’t connect.
            The other thing, Robin was always the aggressor but, as it is natural, the Thai moved backwards to defend himself as required but always responding quite well to Robin’s attack. The response was always better than the attack itself. Without doubt and because such response, the best two rounds for the Thai were 4 and 5 where Robin intensified his attacks.
            And last, the fight was schedule for 5 rounds, and you are telling me that I can believe or assign the first 3 rounds (which I really think he won) to the Thai however round 3 was very close. Therefore, my question is: Which is the point of discussion here since the Thai was able to won 3 rounds? So he got the fight because were not knock downs accounted for in the last 2 rounds.
            I consider Robin a very good fighter but this fight wasn’t his.

          • Not saying Robin won the fight. I’m just saying that my opinion is that Sitthichai didn’t win as impressively as everybody says here. I thought is was close.

            Also, we differ on opinion on round 4 and 5. Sitthichai lost those rounds, he hit nothing in those rounds(everything was checked/blocked). I think he won the first 2 though, and round 3 was very close(slight edge to Sitthichai).

          • Mark. I’m happy that we agree that the Thai won the fight, good.
            However, I still don’t agree on rounds 4 and 5 because in my opinion were also for the Thai. The score card of the judges should be turned around to make justice in this fight. Let’s as see the opinion of our other friends about round 4 and 5 for our peace of minds.

  3. Glory favoring their poster boy, yet again. I shouldn’t even be surprised at this point. What a shame.


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