The K1 World Max Final Card, 1st Oct 2008.

Saturday, August 30th, 2008

Two former K1 WorldMax Champions may be set for another rematch. K1 Favourite Masato has made it to the Semi Finals after defeating  Drago. He’ll be going head to head with Yoshihiro Sato who knocked out Buakaw :(. This could be the fight of the night.

Whoever wins out of the Masato/ Sato match could potentially fight Andy Souwer.

Though Andy Souwer won’t get an easy ride against Ukranian Fighter Artur Kyshenko who managed to dominate Yasuhiro Kido with fast hands and strong low leg kicks. While just only 21, Artur’s youth may not be enough against Souwer’s experience but either way it should be a great fight.

Muaythai Legends Results Fairfield Halls London 16th August 2008

Sunday, August 24th, 2008

Steve Wakeling has shown again that he is a fighter to be watched over the next few years with another impressive win.

WMC MAD World Title
Steve Wakeling (Scorpions, England) beat Diesellek KingBoxing Gym (Thailand) on points

Super Prestige Fight
5 x 3 mins Full Thai Rules 65 kilos:
Somluck Khamsing (Thailand) beat Kieran Keddle (KFA, England) on points

WMC World title
Bernise Alldis (Keddles, England) beat Maria Verheijen (Jego Gym, Holland) on points

3 x 3 mins 95+ kilo:
Dellian White (Team Red Dragons, England) beat Chris Knowles (Minotaurs, England) on points

5 x 3 mins Full Thai Rules 59 kilos:
Rob Storey (Keddles, England) beat Chris Heyneman (Belgium) by 1st round TKO

WMC European title:
Ruth Ashdown (Crawley, England) beat Leonor Agostinho (Portugal) on points

Big ben wins WBC welterweight title at Rajadamnern

Sunday, August 10th, 2008

Big Ben has won the WBC Muaythai Welterweight from defending Champion Nopadeth 2 at Rajadamnern Stadium (4 August).

Big Ben Chor Praram 6 powered over Nopadeth 2 Chuwatana in four of five rounds to finish a comfortable winner 49-7, 50-47 and 49-47.

Big Ben used his superior body strength to dominate the championship to take his place as an elite world champion.

Nopadeth 2 won the third round after trailing in the second, but the final two rounds were the domain of Big Ben who was far too strong in grappling and finished too strong for his slower opponent.

Jomthong defeats Anuwat

Sunday, August 10th, 2008

Jomthong Chuwatana outclassed defending WBC MUAYTHAI World Featherweight champion Anuwat Kaewsumrith  at the packed Rajadamnern Stadium (31 July).

Anuwat threw unrelenting hard punches for five rounds, but Jomthong courageously held his ground and used his strong kicking skills to take  the title from the Thai superstar.

The fourth round was the testing time for Jomthong when he bravely took two hard punches to the head and then evaded a lightning fast elbow strike to set up an impressive title victory.

The fight was a unanamous decision.

In the other WBC world title on the same Rajadamern championship card Kaiyasit Chuwatana proved far too strong for Daosaming Ingram-Gym, winning every round.

Kaiyasit produced a masterly display eclipsing his opponent with superb knee strikes

RAJADAMNERN STADIUM to host 3 world titles

Friday, August 1st, 2008

On the 31 July and 4 August Bangkok’s famous Rajadamnern Stadium will host three WBC world titles.

The 31st of July sees two WBC Muaythai world titles on the line.


The first WBC title up for grabs is the Vacant Bantamweight world title, contested by Khaiyasit Chuwattana and rising star Daosaming Ingram Gym, this fight also sees Khaiyasit defend his Ratchadamnern Bantamweight title.

Anuwat Kaewsamrit, one of the Thailand’s most exciting fighters and a heavy puncher will put his WBC Featherweight title on the line against Jomthong Chuwattana, another rising superstar. Both Anuwat and Jomthong are former Sportswriters of Thailand fighters of the year and this will be their 3rd fight with Jomthong having one win and the other fight a draw, so Anuwat will be determined to keep his belt and avenge his earlier loss.

Reigning WBC Welterweight champion Nopadetch 2 Chuwatana will defend his Muaythai world title against top ranking Big Ben Chor Praram 6 Gym on 4 August.