Evolution 27Making a Comeback

Elite Boxing came out a winner in Malaysia on May 31st, with the re-launch of Evolution at a black tie gala event at the One World Hotel just outside Kuala Lumpur.

Anton-Petrov-vs.-Frank-Paredez-VilchizAustralia’s popular Muay Thai event brand, Evolution was recently acquired by Elite Boxing. Ending a two year hiatus, Evolution hit the comeback trail with an event that scored a number of firsts. Beyond the first Evolution event to be organized by Elite Boxing, it was also the first Evolution branded production outside of Australia.


Ain MuaMalay (Malaysia) vs. Wasim Sor Keawseuk (South Africa)
Winner: Ain MuayMalay by Technical Knock Out (TKO)

Yeang Fei “Ferrari” (Malaysia) vs. Natthaphon Chaowalit (Thailand)
Winner: Yang Fei by Knock Out (KO)

Kai Chee (Malaysia) vs. Veselin Veselinov (Bulgaria)
Winner: Vesselin Veselinov by Points

Teerapong (Thailand) vs. Bruce MacFie (Australia)
WINNER: Teerapong by Knock Out (KO)

Frank Paredez Vilchiz (Malaysia) vs. Anton Petrov (Bulgaria)
Winner: Anton Petrov by Points

Jom Kitti (Thailand) vs. Vahid Sor Keawseuk (Iran)
Winner: Jom Kitti by Points

Ali Yaakub (Malaysia) vs. Ghot Seur Noi (Thailand)
WINNER: Ghot Seur Noi by Points

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Liam Harrison vs Lumpinee Champion Damien Alamos

Harrison vs AlamosThis will be the fight for 2014

So UK SuperStar Liam Harrison (Bad Company) will face French SuperStar and CURRENT Lumpinee Champion Damien Alamos (Impacts Gym).

Liam “The Hitman” Harrison (born 5 October 1985) is an English light welterweight Muay Thai kickboxer currently fighting out of Bad Company Thai Boxing Gym in Leeds (when based in the UK) and Jitti Gym in Bangkok (when fighting in Thailand).

[1] A very popular fighter who fights with great heart and possesses knockout power, Liam has fought some of the world’s best having faced the likes of Saenchai Sor Kingstar, Anuwat Kaewsamrit, Nampon PK Sterio, Sarmsamut, Sagetdao, Phetassin and Dzhabar Askerov.

He is a four time world champion in both kickboxing and Muay Thai, which includes holding the prestigious W.M.C. belt.
• 2011 WBC Muaythai (147 lbs) International champion
• 2007-09 W.M.C. Muaythai lightweight world champion -61.5 kg (1 title defense)
• 2006-07 W.P.M.F. Muaythai world champion -63.5 kg (2 title defenses – vacated)
• 2006 Patong Stadium Muaythai super welterweight champion -68 kg (1 title defense)
• 2005 S.I.M.T.A. Muaythai lightweight European champion -61.5 kg
• 2004 W.A.K.O. Pro low-kick kickboxing world champion -62 kg
• 2001 S.I.M.T.A. Muaythai super featherweight Northern Area champion -52 kg

Liam Harrison
Born 5 October 1985 (age 27)
Other names The Hitman
Nationality English
Height 1.72 m (5 ft 7 1?2 in)
Weight 63 kg (140 lb; 9.9 st)
Division Light Welterweight Super Lightweight Lightweight
Style Muay Thai
Stance Orthodox
Fighting out of Leeds, England, UK
Team Bad Company Thai Boxing Gym (England)/Jitti Gym (Thailand)
Trainer Richard Smith

Kickboxing record
By knockout

Damien Alamos is a French Muay Thai kickboxer who trains in Thailand. He is the WPMF European and World Muaythai Champion & Lumpinee stadium champion 140 lb.

For his professional fighting career he is a member of Singpatong Sitnumnoi and Impacts Bordeaux Clubs.

At Lumpinee Stadium, Alamos became WPMF World Champion winning his bout against Iranian Abat Muaythaiacademy. He had a recent bout with Orono Wor Petchpun (World Champion, Lumpinee Champion, Thailand Champion, It’s Showtime Champion), in which he was unsuccessful although he has plenty to offer in the future as one of France’s rising stars in Muaythai.

He became the first non-Thai to defend a Lumpinee title in September 2012.

• 2013 WMC World Muaythai title (135 lbs)
• 2012 Lumpinee Stadium Super Lightweight Champion 140 lbs (1st title defence)
• 2012 W.P.M.F. World Muaythai Champion 63.500 kg (2nd title defence)
• 2012 Lumpinee Stadium Super Lightweight Champion 140 lbs
• 2011 W.P.M.F. World Muaythai Champion 63.500 kg (1st title defence)
• 2010 W.P.M.F. European Muaythai Champion 63.500 kg
• 2010 W.P.M.F. World Muaythai Champion 63.500 kg
• 2009 FFSCDA French Muay Thai Class A Champion (63.500 kg)

Damien Alamos
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Born July 30, 1990 (age 22)
Bordeaux, France
Other names Farang, Singkhao
Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Weight 63.5 kg (140 lb; 10.00 st)
Division Super Lightweight
Style Muay Thai
Fighting out of Phuket, Thailand
Team Singpatong Impacts
Total Years active 13 (1999–present)
Kickboxing record
Total 70
Wins 57
By knockout 27
Losses 12
Draws 1

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John Wayne Parr vsCosmo Alexandre 3

John Wayne Parr and Cosmo Alexandre will clash for the third time on November 8th on the Powerplay Promotions show in Oz. The pair have pjohn-wayne-parr-trophiesreviously split two fights with Cosmo winning the last bout in 2009 by TKO.


Cosmo returned to Muay Thai action this past month at Lion Fight 11 where he defeated Nampon PKMuaythai by decision in a tough fight. Parr most recently fought in July when he defeated Marco Pique by decision in his caged Muay Thai series, Boonchu Cup.

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Kings of Kombat

Kings Of Kombat 9 - Dzhabar vs Moxon

Kings of Kombat returns for it’s 10th instalment September 7 at Springers Leisure Centre. A huge card of K1 Rules, Kickboxing, Boxing and Full Thai Rules fights. Ben Edwards and Steve Moxon headlining the card taking on some very tough opposition from Europe.

Edwards takes on Hard Hitting Romanian Catalin Morosanu under K1 Rules. Edwards who has just signed with Glory is no stranger to Australian fans. Morosanu who holds a huge win over Paul Slowinski is looking establish himself further with a win over Edwards.Stone Cold Steve Moxon will face Belarusian Yuri Bessmertney who holds multiple titles in both Muay Thai and Kickboxing, has a formidable record of 33 wins from 45 fights with an impressive 16 KO stoppages, include a devastating head kick knockout of Gago Drago and a first round knockout of Armen Petrosyan.
Heavyweight sensation Ray Dimachki will return, refreshed and ready to stake his claim as one of the most exciting heavyweights going around.
Burak Hasan looks to maintain his perfect record and will be joined by stablemate Tumay Hamza.
Australian Muay Thai Champion Alexi Petroulias will step into the Kings of Kombat ring for the first time, facing tough Queenslander Bevan O’Malley.
Crowd favourite Gul Pohatu will make his Pro Boxing debut against Erik Nosa.

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Khun Narit Wongpraserkan, the owner of Top King Boxing, is the new official sponsor of Buakaw Banchamek

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On Saturday  June 23 Springers Leisure  Centre in Melbourne will host a large kickboxing & mma tournament Kings of Kombat 7 headlined by Australian multiple World champion Nathan Carnage Corbett fighting Adrian Mark from Romania, featuring James McSweeney, Erik Noosa, Ray Dimachki and 5 WKN championship fights – broadcast on Fox Sports.

Nathan CARNAGE Corbett (Australia) vs Marc Adrian (Romania)

WKN AUSTRALIAN Championship / 64,400 kg (63.500) / Kickboxing Oriental rules rules 5×2 mn
Ramesh Habbib vs Raymond Irwin

WKN Australian Championship /  62,100 kg (61.00) / Kickboxing Oriental rules 5×2x1mn
Karim Maravi vs Chris Nguyen’s

WKN VICTORIAN REGION Championship /  66,700 kg (67.00) / Kickboxing Oriental rules 4×2 mn
Joel Octagon vs Scott Bullock

WKN VICTORIAN REGION Championship /  64,400 kg (63.00) / Kickboxing 4×2 mn
Salim Aschna vs Danny Corti

WKN VICTORIAN REGION Championship /  72,600 kg / Kickboxing Oriental rules 4×2 mn
Jordan Maslin vs Matt Morley

Paulo Laki vs Erik Noosa

MMA – 93KG 3×5MN
James McSweeney vs Jeff king

Ray Dimachki vs Leon Valusaga

MMA – 84KG 3×5MN
Abdallah Abou Hamden vs Will Namoa

Mark Mullen vs Richard Liszikam

MMA 76KG 3×5MN
Daniel Smyrk vs TBA

Oscar Ledlin vs Robert Heppell

MMA 77KG 3×5MN
Callam Potter vs Domenic Chiavone

Mark Vuka vs Marty Van Boxtel

MMA 71KG 3×5MN
Kane Montebello vs Thomas Ruderman

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total carnage fight photos (69)WKN World Championship Full Muay Thai Rules – 96.600 kg
Nathan Carnage CORBETT (Australia) wins on points vs Stephane SUSPERREGUI (France)

WKN World Championship Full Muay Thai Rules Title 5×3mn – 69.900kg
Frank GIORGI (Australia) wins on points vs Tobias ALEXANDERSON (Sweden)

WKN Australian National Title Full Muay Thai Rules
Kym JOHNSON (Adelaide, SA) wins on points vs Brett WITTON (Gold Coast, QLD)

WKN Queensland State Muay Thai Title
Kyle WESTERBERG wins by judges score cards vs Odin DANIELS

Mark LUCCHIARI (Gold Coast, QLD) wins on points vs Daniel SMYRK (Melbourne, VIC)

Amanaki HAVILI wins on points vs Nase FOAI

Clayton COOK wins on points vs Jai BRADNEY

Ryan McDONALD wins on points vs Ben AUSTIN

* Photos Alastair Woods

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WKN World Full Muay Thai Rules Heavyweight Title
Nathan Carnage CORBETT (Australia) vs Stephane SUSPERREGUI (France)

WKN World Full Muay Thai Rules Title 5×3mn – 69.900kg
Frank GIORGI (Australia) vs Tobias ALEXANDERSON (Sweden)

WKN Australian National Title Full Muay Thai Rules
Brett WITTON (Gold Coast, QLD) vs Kym JOHNSON (Adelaide, SA)

Mark LUCCHIARI (Gold Coast, QLD) vs Daniel SMYRK (Melbourne, VIC)


Nase FOAI vs Amanaki HAVILI

Jai BRADNEY vs Clayton COOK




World Kickboxing Network | AUSTRALIA

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This looks like a good line up with the “Elbow King ” – Nathan Carnage  Corbett fighting again.

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