The Wako-Pro world champion Chingiz Allazov entered this fight with a kickboxing record of 48-2-0 (30 knockouts) while his opponent, the Krush super-Ww champion Yasuhiro Kido, has an official record of 39-18-1 (17 knockouts). ‘Chinga’ Allazov suffered two consecutive losses between 2013 and 2014, against Marat Grigorian (=Allazov vs Grigorian) and Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong, but then he has won 20 consecutive bouts beating Karim Allous (4-stars fight, Allazov vs Allouss), Mohamed Hendouf and Saiyok Pumpanmuang in 2017 while Kido fought three times in 2016 defeating Zhao Shuai and Daiki Watabe but then he lost to Sanny Dahlbeck. Chingiz Allazov vs Yasuhiro Kido is the final of the “K-1 World GP 2017 -70kg super welterweight tournament”, in the quarter-finals and semi-finals Allazov beat Hiroki Nakajima and Jordann Pikeur while Kido won over Luke Whelan and Sanny Dahlbeck; undercard of Kaew Fairtex vs Masaaki Noiri 2. Watch the video and rate this fight!
The current K-1 Lw champion Wei Rui entered this fight with a pro kickboxing record of 45-2-0 (18 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.7 lightweight in the world while his opponent, the former WPMF super-Lw champion Gonnapar Weerasakreck, has a record of 98-27-3 (19 knockouts) and he entered as the No.8 in the same weight class. Wei Rui suffered his last loss when he faced Kaiwanlek Tor Laksong in 2014, since then he has won 29 consecutive bouts taking revenge on Kaiwanlek last year and beating Narongwut Kaeongam in his last one. Wei Rui vs Gonnapar Weerasakreck is valid for the K-1 -62.5kg title; undercard of Kaew Fairtex vs Masaaki Noiri 2 – K-1 World GP 2017. Watch the video and rate this fight!
The former Lumpinee, Wbc, Wpmf and current K-1 world champion Kaew Fairtex (also known as Kaew Weerasakreck) entered this fight with a professional kickboxing record of 137-31-4 (44 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.1 super lightweight in the world. He lost to Minoru Kimura at the beginning of 2015 (by majority decision), but then he has won eleven consecutive fights taking revenge on Kimura (=Kaew vs Kimura 2) and beating Wang Pengfei and Hideaki Yamazaki in 2017.
His opponent, Masaaki Noiri, has an official record of 31-8-0 (12 knockouts) and he entered as the No.5 in the same weight class. He lost to Kaew Fairtex in their first fight last year but then he has beat Wang Pengfei, Eddy Nait Slimani and Younes Smaili. Masaaki Noiri vs Kaew Fairtex 2, main event of the evening, is valid for the K-1 -65kg title – K-1 World GP 2017. Watch the video and rate this fight!