Petchyindee promotions 3-4-2009

Thursday, April 23rd, 2009

An Awesome line up of fighters in this show

Saenchai Sor Kingstar    vs   Petchboonchu F.A Group

Saenchai Sor Kingstar vs Petchboonchu F.A Group

Chatchai Sor Thanayong vs Petchmorakot Theedet 99
Petchmorakot get awarded the decision.
Mutu Gaiyanghaadao gym vs Yodngern Tor Chalermchai
Mutu wins by way of a big knee knockout.
Rungpetch Wor Sangprapai vs Nongbia Chokngarmwong
Rungpetch by unanamous decision
Kangwanlek Petchyindee vs Petchsiri Por Siripong
Petchsiri takes the judges decision.
Palangtip Kor Sapaothong vs Manasak Narupai
Palangtip cuts Manasak’s forehead in the final munutes of the fightbut Manasak takes the points win.
Rungruanglek Lukprabart vs Pornsaneh Dangdangkungkatachiangmai
Pornsaneh is a bit like Rambo in the eighties and just charges his opponent from the get go
Pornsaneh Ko’s Rungruanglek for the win in round 2
Saenchai Sor Kingstar vs Petchboonchu F.A Group

The main fight of the night was a cracker.


Buakaw vs Andre Dida Amade K1 Max

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009

Finally the Buakaw of old is almost back.
The first round he tried his punching game and in the last as you can see he started to kick and grapple finally.

Thanks again to for the footage

Saenchai Padwork

Friday, April 17th, 2009


Evolution 16 results

Friday, April 17th, 2009
Jwp  beaten in the clinch

Jwp beaten in the clinch

Photo by Scott McAlinden

The Fight wrap up – thanks to MRMT from the sportzblitz forums.

“Taylor Harvey with a solid points win over Mark Sarracino. It was a tough fight and was pretty close in the end with Mark coming back in the dying stages but not enough to get the win. Taylor showed great strength in the clinches and countered very effectively. Handled Mark very well throughout and rattled him a few times. Nice win.

Daddy cool wins with a split points decision over Ts2. This fight was a good display of aggression from both ends. Ts2 landing some good hand combos. Dane never backed up and pushed forward all fight and countered most of Ts2’s attacks well. He split TS2(elbow)in the 2nd or 3rd round and Ts2 never looked too comfortable after this. It was a SPD but I thought Dane had him outpointed 3 maybe even 4 rounds.

Soren wins by TKO in the 5th round. Let me just say “fight of the night!!”. Sean started extremely well with sharp hands and troubled Soren for the first 2 rounds. Soren began to find his range soon after and worked the body shots and step up knees to brutal perfection. It then turned into an elbow fest with both fighters landing clean elbows and trading them like ABC childcare shares. Sean ended up with some nasty cuts and Soren exposed his right ribs with his knees. Fight was called off as cut was too deep and the end of an awesome battle of MT elbows. Sean is a tough biscuit.

Carnage beats Manue by TKO in 2nd round with leg kick to lead leg. Carnage is absolutely the most destructive fighter in his weight by far. He is so fast and powerful that there was little that Manue could do to hurt Carnage. Carnage’s speed and power is frightening and even at this weight, I honestly do not think anyone stands a chance. He is undoubtedly a wreaking machine. clinical and precise. Look out Spong cause Carnage does not need elbows to finish anyone off. He really is mind blowing in action except for the little lapse in concentration in the 1st round where he dropped for an 8 count(I just missed this minute or so as nature called).

Preacher beat Wolf by split points decision. Preacher just didn’t look too sharp tonight. He was busy as usual but didn’t land many shots and wasted alot of energy doing this. Wolf looked to trouble him with his evasiveness and nearly clinched this one in the end. This was a close fight and could of gone either way as Wolf countered Preacher really well all fight. Preacher was never in real trouble of getting knocked but only just got through with his workrate. He even looked a little relieved when he was given the nod by the judges. He should bounce back well after this win.

Well now to JWP. Tum wins by UPD. Tum had a fightplan and stuck to it. Tum kept his distance all fight and avoided JWP hands. When it got close though, Tum used his grappling experience to lock JWP up all fight and dumped JWP many times. I think he jagged/dumped JWP 10-15 times which displays his awesome ability in the clinch. JWP had his chances early on but found himself behind in the early rounds with catch up on his mind all fight. Tum was just too good in the close exchanges and actually tought JWP a lesson or two tonight in the art of MT grapple. JWP will learn from this and will come back stronger next time. JWP such a humble guy and gives credit to Tum in the after fight talk, he says it was a loss and thats all it was, a loss. You can’t win them all champ and that is why JWP is so well respected. Humble in victory and defeat.”

Buakaw in Action

Wednesday, April 8th, 2009

Saw this vid embedded on and had to put it up here.
This is the Buakaw of old. Fantastic to watch. I wish he’d go back to this style instead of trying to outbox everyone as he does now

K1 Max Final lineup 09

Wednesday, April 8th, 2009
FINAL16 : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext. 1R
Andy Souwer
Holland / Shooto Boxing Holland
VS Leroy Kaestner
Holland / Team Aerts / Afafa
FINAL16 : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext. 1R
Nieky “The Natural” Holtzken
Holland / Golden Glory
VS Chahid
Morocco / Golden Team
FINAL16 : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext. 1R
Artur Kyshenko
Ukraine / Captain Odessa
VS Alviar Lima
Cape Verdi / Team Superpro / Beast of the East
FINAL16 : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext. 1R
Taishin Kohiruimaki
VS Chi Bin Lim
Republic of Korea / KHAN GYM / Team Chi Bin
FINAL16 : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext. 1R
Giorgo Petrosyan
Italia / Satori Gladiatorium Nemesis
VS Dzhabar “Chengiskhan” Askerov
U.A.E. / WMC Camp Lamai
FINAL16 Reserve Fight : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext. 1R
Yuya Yamamoto
Japan / Seishunjuku
VS Su Hwan Lee
Republic of Korea / Inchoen Moobi Gym
Opening Fight : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext. 1R
Masahiro Yamamoto
Japan / Fujiwara Gym
VS Yuhki
Opening Fight : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R
Kazuki Hamasaki
Japan / Silver AX
VS Hareruya
Exhibition Match : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 1R
Japan / Silver Wolf
Japan / Freelance
FINAL16 : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext. 1R
Yoshihiro Sato
Japan / FULLCAST / Nagoya JK Factory
VS Drago
Armenia / SHOW TIME
FINAL16 : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext. 1R
Buakaw Por. Pramuk
Thailand / Por.Pramuk Gym
VS Andre Dida
Brazil / Universidade Da Luta (U.D.L.)
FINAL16 : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext. 1R
Albert Kraus
Holland / Team Super Pro
VS Yuichiro “Jienotsu” Nagashima
Japan / Sakigake Juku
Opening Fight : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R
Japan / Iron Ax