Gonnapar Weerasakreck, who replaces the K-1 super lightweight champion Kaew Fairtex, entered this fight with a professional kickboxing record of 95-26-3 (18 knockouts) while his opponent, the 2015 Krush -65kg champion Hideaki Yamazaki, has an official record of 27-5-1 (14 knockouts) and he entered as the No.3 super lightweight in the world. Yamazaki comes off the loss against Ilias Bulaid. Weerasakreck vs Yamazaki is the main event of the “K-1 World GP 2016 super featherweight world tournament”. Watch the video and rate this fight!
The 19-year-old Taiga (13 years younger than Yamamoto) entered this fight with a pro kickboxing record of 12-3-0 (3 knockouts) while his opponent, the 2009 Krush champion Masahiro Yamamoto, has an official record of 46-15-7 (13 knockouts). Taiga comes off two consecutive losses, against Takeru (2015 Fight of the Year candidate Takeru vs Taiga 2) and Leona Pettas, while Yamamoto fought twice last year beating Gagny Baradji but then he was defeated by Koya Urabe. Taiga vs Yamamoto is the quarter final of the K-1 World GP 2016 -60kg Japan tournament; undercard of Takeru vs Yoadsenchai Sor Sopit. Watch the video and rate this fight!
The former Lumpinee, Wbc and Wpmf world champion Kaew Fairtex (also known as Kaew Weerasakreck) entered this fight with a pro kickboxing record of 135-31-4 (42 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.1 super lightweight in the world while his opponent, the Enfusion world champion Ilias Bulaid, has an official record of 148-6-2 (49 knockouts) and he entered as the No.11 in the same weight class. Kaew lost to Minoru Kimura at the beginning of 2015 (by majority decision), but then he won five consecutive fights taking revenge on Kimura (=Kaew vs Kimura 2) and beating Massaro Glunder in his last bout (=Kaew vs Glunder). Kaew vs Bulaid is on the undercard of Takeru vs Yoadsenchai Sor Sopitthe – K-1 World GP 2016 -60kg Japan tournament. Watch the video and rate this fight!