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Muay Thai Recap: Diesellek Beats Alamos + Kongsak, Jomthong Win

 

The last few days have been busy in the realm of Muay Thai over in Thailand. There were some great match-ups featuring top fighters across the board, at Rajadamnern and Lumpinee.

We'll start off with yesterday's event, which was Friday, October 12 and featured a highly anticipated rematch between Diesellek Aoodonmuang and Damien Alamos (in the video above), the current Lumpinee champion at 140lbs. Contrary to their first fight, in result and in fashion, Diesellek dominated throughout, using his teep and round kicks to keep Alamos off of him. Alamos had no answer as Diesellek pounded him whenever he tried to get close. It was definitely one of Diesellek's best performances. Alamos' title wasn't on the line so he still remains Lumpinee champion.

Other results from Friday's card:

Diesellek Aoodonmuang def. Damien Alamos by decision.

Rungpet Wor. Rungnirun def. Kaotam Lookprabaht by decision.

Kaimukdam Aikbangsai def. Rataket Teded99 by DQ in Round 4.

Lookman Fonjangchonburi def. Chaylek Sor. Permsiri by decision.

Yokphet Sonpongmapataput def. Wanchalong Sitzornong by decision.

On Thursday there was also a big card, but at Rajadamnern and it was put on by Onesongchai. In the main event was a highly ranked fight between Kongsak Sitboonme and Yodwicho Por. Boonsit. Yodwicha was coming off a draw with Pakorn Barnpeeumruanpeetong (Sakyothin) but this time he couldn't do enough as Kongsak blasted him with left kicks every time he tried to come in and work his knees. Kongsak was the shorter fighter but his timing and ring smarts were too much for the taller Yodwicha.

Before that fight was a rematch between Pakorn and Mongkolchai Phetsupaphan. I myself thought this would be another win for Pakorn as he defeated Mongkolchai earlier this year, which included him knocking down Mongkolchai with an elbow. Mongkolchai, however, kept his range throughout the fight and was able to consistently pick off Pakorn to get a clear unanimous decision victory.

Also on the card was Jomthong Chuwattana who stepped in at the last minute to fight Panpet Jaotaleythong, and cruised to a unanimous decision win with his sharp boxing and left round kicks. Shingtongnoi Por. Telakun was originally supposed to face Saeksan Or. Kwanmuang but ended up being pitted against Yokvithaya Petseemuan. Yokvithaya put up a fight, and it was heavily contested in the clinch throughout, but ultimately Shingtongnoi got the decision.

Other results from Thursday's card:

Konsak Sitboonme def. Yodwicha Por. Boonsit by decision.

Mongkolchai Phetsupaphan def. Pakorn Barnpeeumruanpeetong by decision.

Singthongnoi Por. Telakun def. Yokvithaya Petseemuan by decision.

Jomthong Chuwattana def. Panpet Jaotaleythong by decision.

Yodthongthai Por. Telakun and PetU-thong Or. Kwanmuang draw.

Saengmanee Tor. Tienpo def. Kusakonnoi Rajanont by decision.

Prajanchai Por Petnamthong def. Densiam Aikbangsai by decision.

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Lion Fight 7 Streaming Live This Saturday

Lion Fight 7 is this Saturday, live from the Joint in the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, and if you were hoping to catch the event but won't be in the Las Vegas area this weekend, don't fret. Lion Fight Promotions will be streaming the event live from their website, LionFightPromotions.com, courtesy of GFL.tv for $14.95. The professional card is jam-packed, headlined by Joe Schilling vs. Eddie Walker at 180 lbs, and featuring two WBC Championship bouts as well as two other great fights. On top of that, there will also be five amateur bouts on the undercard.

The card is as follows;

Main Event (180lbs): Joe Schilling (Los Angeles, CA) vs. Eddie Walker (Atlanta, GA)

Co-Main Event 165 lbs./WBC Superfight: Joe Valtellini (Toronto, Ontario, CANADA) vs. Gregory Choplin (St. Denis, Paris, FRANCE)

122 lbs./WBC International Title: Jeri Sitzes (Springfield, MO) vs. Tiffany Van Soest (San Diego, CA)

135 lbs. Bout: Phanuwat "Coke" Chunhawat (Oakland, CA) vs. Adrian Morilla (San Diego, CA)

118 lbs./WBC National Title: Anthony Castrejon (Las Vegas, NV) vs. Andy Singh (New York, NY)

 

AMATEUR FIGHTS

130 lbs./USMTA title /5x2 rounds: Jason Andrada (Las Vegas, NV) vs. Victor Perez (Van Nuys, CA)

110 lbs./USMTA Title/5x2 rounds: Genesis Bravo (Las Vegas, NV) vs. Miranda Cayabyab (San Jose, CA)

160 lbs./USMTA title /5x2 rounds: Josh Shepard (Las Vegas, NV) vs. Jose Hernandez (Antelope Valley, CA)

147 lbs./USMTA title/5x2 rounds: Chris Lazaro (Las Vegas, NV) vs. Johnny Parsons (Las Vegas, NV)

185 lbs./3x2 rounds: Steve Ault (Las Vegas, NV) vs. Mike Gordon (Las Vegas, NV)

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Watch Pornsane Sitmonchai Prepare for JWP's CMT

The Caged Muay Thai concept that John Wayne Parr came up with a few months ago for him to get to compete in a cage with MMA gloves on before he hung up his trunks for good. The second Caged Muay Thai show is rapidly-approaching on October 13th and JWP has put out this video to help hype those who can watch it up for the event. This is a video of Pornsane Sitmonchai sparring in the CMT ring wearing MMA gloves.

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Don't Expect Buakaw To Fight Somrak Khamsing Or Manny Pacquiao

There's been a lot of weird rumors going on lately about Buakaw fighting Manny Pacquiao and also with Somrak Khamsing calling Buakaw out, speculation of a fight between them was ignited. Obviously, they seemed unlikely to happen in the first place, but now there's really some official confirmation regarding this.

Sport Art Co. Ltd., who also happen to be the organizers of Thai Fight, have all rights regarding the matchmaking of Buakaw until December 31 of this year. Anyone that wants to set up a fight outside of Thai Fight with Buakaw still has to go through Sport Art Co. Ltd. Here's an excerpt explaining the matter:

"In addition, Sport Art Co.'s key policy is for Buakaw to act as an ambassador for muay thai to popularise the sport around the world, as he is well-known internationally. Therefore, Buakaw will fight only against foreign opponents & not Thai opponents. As such, a fight with Somrak Kamsing, the 39-year-old former Olympic gold medalist who recently issued Buakaw a challenge in the news, is impossible. Thai Fight also thinks that it is improper for them to fight, as regardless of whether Buakaw wins or loses, it will be not be good for his image.

As for news reports claiming that Buakaw will fight Manny Pacquiao in a Western-style boxing match on 21 December 2012 in Thailand, Sport Art Co., which has the full power to decide who Buakaw fights until the end of 2012, had never known about this proposed fight before. In any case, Sport Art Co. thinks that the chances of it happening are close to nil. This is because Manny is scheduled to fight with Marquez on 8 December 2012, & Buakaw is required to fight in the final round of Thai Fight 2012 on 16 December 2012. Buakaw will violate the Boxing Act if he takes part in a fight less than 15 days after his previous one." [source]

 

 

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