Kulabdum Sor Jor Piek-Uthai (also known as Kulabdam or Kularbdam) entered this fight with a professional kickboxing record of 58-2-0 (15 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.1 lightweight in the world while his opponent, the former Lumpinee light-Flw champion Muangthai Sor Boonyiam (now Muangthai PKSaenchaimuaythaigym), has an official record of 72-37-1 (17 knockouts) and he entered as the No.4 in the same weight class. Muangthai (blue trunks) has already fought twice in 2018 losing to Rambo PetchPTT and winning over Mongkoldetlek Kesagym. In their first bout Muangthai beat Kulabdum via decision (November 7, 2017); this second fight is the main event of the evening at the Lumpinee Stadium. Watch the video and rate this fight!
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Saeksan Or Kwanmuang (also known as Seksan and with the red shorts – เสกสรร อ.ขวัญเมือง) should have a professional kickboxing record of 167-28-4 and he is ranked as the No.3 super featherweight in the world while unfortunately we don’t know the record of his opponent, the current Channel 7 stadium 130lb champion Rodlek Jaotalaytong (also known as Rotlek – รถเหล็ก จ้าวทะเลทอง), but he entered as the No.1 in the same weight class. Seksan fought twice in 2016 losing to Thanonchai Thanakorngym and winning over Thaksinlek Kiatniwat while Rotlek lost to Panpayak Sitjatik at the end of 2015 but then he has won three consecutive bouts. Saeksan vs Rodlek is the main event at the Lumpinee Boxing Stadium (Bangkok, Thailand). Watch the video and rate this fight!
Review: 2014-07-08, after a classic muay thai first round in which both fighters study each other, the second period is simply amazing: a back and forth battle with both fighters exchanging shot for shot and going to the canvas. However we think that Pakorn vs Saeksan and Yodsanklai vs Rumchong are the real candidates for Muay thai Fight of the Year 2014 but Pornsanae vs Pokaew is our candidate for Muay thai Round of the Year and it gets for stars.
Pornsanae Sitmonchai (red trunks) entered this fight with a professional kickboxing record of 145-44-1 (or 109-53-1, wikipedia’s record) while unfortunately we don’t know the record of his opponent, Pokaew Fonjangchonburi (also known as Pokkeaw Fonjaengchonburi) that replaces Dejnarong Wor Soontonnont. Pornsanae vs Pokaew was held at the new Lumpinee Stadium in Bangkok (Thailand). Watch the video and rate this fight!
Review: 2014-05-02, two of the best muay thai fighters in a sensational fight thanks to some spectacular techniques, tough exchanges and brutal elbows: this is professional muay thai at his very very best and this is a candidate for Fight of the Year 2014, Pakorn vs Saeksan gets five stars!! Pakorn PKSaenchaimuaythaigym (red trunks), formerly known as Pakorn Sakyothin, had a record of 160-35-5 at the end of 2013 (unfortunately we don’t know the exact record of both fighters), in 2008 he won the Rajadamnern belt and on February 2014 he won the Lumpinee lightweight title defeating Singdam Kiatmuu9; Pakorn is ranked as No.3 super featherweight in the world.
Saeksan Or Kwanmuang (blue trunks), had a record of 81-37-3 on April 6, 2013 (his last four-stars fight we posted: Saeksan vs Stephen Meleady) and he entered as the No.2 in the same weight class. In their first and previous fight Saeksan defeated Pakorn on April 4, 2014; this second bout is the main event at the Lumpinee Boxing Stadium (Bangkok, Thailand). Watch the video and rate this fight!
Review: 2013-10-18, good kicks, heavy knees and two knockdowns, this could be a very good fight, but not in this case…because after two rounds, Petchartchai Chaorai-Oi (red shorts) and Jemsak Sakburiram start an amazing back and forth battle: both fighters unload impressive elbows and wild punches in what might be named “the best muay thai round of the year”; probably this could happen only in Thailand or with a blind referee because it seems more a slaughter than a fight. But a candidate for muay thai Fight of the Year 2013 should have also a spectacular and unexpected ending…take a look! Both Petchartchai Chaorai-Oi and Jemsak Sakburiram are not in the top of the rankings and unfortunately we don’t know their record. Petchartchai vs Jemsak was held at Lumpinee Boxing Stadium (Bangkok, Thailand). Watch the video!
Review: 2013-10-11, something good in the second part of the fight but it is not enough to get thrre stars. Saenchai PKSaenchaimuaythaigym, also known as Saenchai Sor Kingstar or Saenchai Sinbimuaythai, (266-48-3) entered as the No.3 lightweight in the world while Kongsak Sitboonmee entered as the No.4 super featherweight. In their three previous fights Saenchai always defeated Kongsak by decision; this fourth bout is the main event at Lumpinee Boxing Stadium (on the original fight card Saenchai was expected to face Yodwicha Por Boonsit). Watch the video!
Review: 2013-04-12, astonishing finish between Jannarong and Rungkiat: this is simply one of the best muay thai KOs of the year, it gets four stars! Unfortunately we don’t know the record of both Jannarong Tor Thaksin (red trunks) and Rungkiat Kiatprapat, or Rongkiat Kiatprapat (blue shorts). Jannarong vs Rungkiat was held at Lumpinee Boxing Stadium (Bangkok, Thailand). Watch the video!
Review: 2012-06-16, after a first tactical round, as usually do thai fighters, Pidsanu (red trunks) and Siragnern pick up the pace in the second period and it begins a real elbow war. Both fighters are very young, Pidsanu is 15 years old while Siragnern is 18, but they are already true warriors: five stars for this amazing fight, candidate for Muay Thai Fight of the Year 2012. Pidsanu vs Siragnern was held at Lumpinee Boxing Stadium (Bangkok, Thailand). Watch the video!
Review: 2012-06-08, good fight between Saenchai Sinbimuaythai and Penek Sitnumnoi: three stars (fight ended by decision). Saenchai Sinbimuaythai (248-44-2), also known as Saenchai Sor Kingstar (or Saenchai PKMuaythaigym) entered as the No.4 lightweight in the world while Penek Sitnumnoi entered as the No.3 featherweight. Saenchai vs Penek is the main event of “Lumpinee Champion Krekkrai”. Watch the video!