Review: 2014-10-25, wild fight with two knockdowns: Naimjon Tuhtobaev vs Too Too was the best fight of the event “Thai Fight: To Be Number One” and it is close to get four stars! Naimjon Tuhtobaev entered this fight with a pro-kickboxing record of 48-5-2 while his opponent, Too Too, has 25 victories. The Uzbek Tuhtobaev has already fought in 2014 beating the Thai Chanajon PKSaenchaimuaythaigym thanks to one of the best muay thai knockouts of the year (=Chanajon vs Tuhtobaev); like in that bout, both Tuhtobaev and Too Too don’t use normal boxing gloves but they use just some rope around their hands (like in the ancient muay thai: “Kaad Chuek” or “Kard Chuek” style fight). Watch the video and rate this fight!
Review: 2014-09-20, the fight between Chanajon and Naimjon Tuhtobaev gets four stars thanks to one of the best muay thai knockouts of 2014! Chanajon PKSaenchaimuaythaigym entered this fight with a professional kickboxing record of 72-21-5 and he is ranked as the No.7 super welterweight in the world while his opponent, Naimjon Tuhtobaev, has an official record of 47-5-2. In this fight, Chanajon vs Tuhtobaev, they don’t use normal boxing gloves but they use just some rope around their hands (like in the ancient muay thai: “Kaad Chuek” or “Kard Chuek” style fight) – Thai Fight 2014 Vietnam. Watch the video and rate this fight!
Review: 2013-04-19, pretty good fight between Yodsanklai Fairtex and Naimjon Tuhtobaev: it gets three stars. Yodsanklai Fairtex ranked as the No.1 middleweight in the world, entered the fight with a record of 210-41-1 (or 182-71-4, wikipedia’s record) while Naimjon Tuhtobaev had a record of 45-3-1. Yodsanklai vs Tuhtobaev, super welterweight fight of Thai Fight 2013 Pattaya (on the original fight card Yodsanklai was expected to face Malik Watson). Watch the video!