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Saenchai vs. Damien Alamos Tomorrow At Best Of Siam 2

Tomorrow in Paris, France, the second edition of Best of Siam takes place, and it's headlined by a huge fight between Saenchai and Damien Alamos. Along with the main event, there are some other great match-ups on the card as well.

Saenchai is renowned by many, including myself, as the best Muay Thai fighter in the world, fighting all over the place in weight, defeating the best opponents, and much larger opponents. Tomorrow, he'll again be against a larger opponent, as Damien Alamos is the Lumpinee champion at light welterweight. Saenchai comes off a big win against Pakorn in Scotland, and before that he avenged a loss to Singdam Kiatmoo9 in October. Alamos actually lost his last fight, to Diesellek Aoodonmuang last month. Nonetheless, it's still a huge fight with two big names and two great fighters.

Yetkin Ozkul will return to the ring just under two weeks after losing to Masaaki Noiri and he'll fight Saksongkram Poptheeratham. Saksongkram is coming down in weight for the fight, which takes place at 61kg. It'll be a very tough fight for Ozkul against a bigger Thai opponent.

Farid Villaume will also return, but after not having fought for two years. He faces Antuan Siangboxing, aka Antoine Pinto. Villaume is 37 years old and a French legend, while Antuan is just 21, although he already has 141 fights to his name.

Some more Thai vs. French match-ups are also on the card, with French up and comer Bobo Sacko fighting Petasawin Seatransferry at 67kg. Sacko comes off his first career loss to Aziz Hlali, last month. At 70kg, Dejrit Poptheeratham fights Hicham Chaibi.

63kg: Saenchai PKSaenchaiMuayThaiGym vs. Damien Alamos

61kg: Yetkin Ozkul vs. Saksongkram Poptheeratham

70kg: Farid Villaume vs. Antuan Siangboxing

67kg: Bobo Sacko vs. Petasawin Seatransferry

70kg: Dejrit Poptheeratham vs. Hicham Chaibi

72kg: Wendy Annonay vs. Raphael Llodra

67kg: Fabrice Dellanon vs. Baghdad Kharbouchi

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Dzhabar Askerov, Alex Harris Win At Rumble Of The Kings

Rumble of the Kings' annual event took place yesterday in Linkoping, Sweden, with a few notable match-ups.

In the main event, Alex Tobiasson Harris rebounded from his loss to Nieky Holzken at the GLORY First 16 in Stockholm on May 26, with a stoppage win over Madsua. The first round saw Harris get dumped to the canvas repeatedly from the clinch. After the first round, the fight was all Harris, who dropped Madsua numerous times until finally in the third round, a knee to the head sealed the deal and got Harris a KO win. Madsua just couldn't take what Haris was dishing out.

Right before the main event, Dzhabar Askerov made a quick return to the ring after losing to Warren Stevelmans at GLORY 3 Rome on November 3. He took on fellow GLORY First 16 competitor Mohammed El Mir. Askerov was clearly superior over the course of the entire fight, bullying El Mir around the ring and landed big power shots to the head, body and legs. In the third round, El Mir got injured off a checked low kick, securing a TKO win for Askerov.

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Saenchai Beats Pakorn In Scotland

Yesterday in Glasgow, Scotland, a rare occurence of two Thais fighting outside of Thailand happened, as Saenchai PKSaenchaiMuayThaiGym faced Pakorn Baanpiaoom.

From all accounts, they definitely showed up to fight. Many fans in attendance raved about the fight. Saenchai won a decision, but it wasn't easy for him, leaving with a bloody nose. Video should be up soon and we'll be sure to post it.

Next for Saenchai is another big fight outside of Thailand, with Lumpinee light welterweight champion Damien Alamos in Paris, France at Best of Siam on November 22. On December 9, Saenchai will also face Liam Harrisonfor the third time in, Macau. Pakorn was coming off a loss to Mongkolchai Phetsupaphan last month.

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Lidon, Piscitello, and Salvador Headline A1 WCC on November 20

A1 has recently announced the line-up for their A1 WCC show on November 20th.

There are some big names scheduled to compete, including Yohan Lidon, Michael Piscitello, and Dylan Salvador. Notably absent is Fabio Pinca, who was originally scheduled to compete. 

In the main event, Yohan Lidon is looking to rebound from a loss to Aegpracha against Corrando Zanchi. Zanchi has gone the distance against guys like Kaoponlek and Alessandro Campagna, so he has enough experience to make the bout interesting.

Also on the card, Michael Piscitello takes on Yazid Boussaha. Piscitello is the other widely recognized name at the event, with his most recent win coming over a highly ranked Sudsakorn in September. His opponent, Boussaha, is trying to bounce back from a loss earlier in the year at Explosion Fight Night 5.

The two fights I'm most interested in are Dylan Salvador vs. Romdhane Hafed, and Amine Kacem vs. Lucien Gross. Salvador gained a lot of exposure with his massive upset over Saiyok not long ago, although the hype lost some steam when it was revealed that an injury forced Saiyok out of the fight, not a KO. Salvador will be looking to keep the train going against Hafed and establish himself as a name in the weight class. Kacem is a very promising up-and-comer on the French circuits with wins over Albert Chey and Montier Gaylord. It will be interesting to see how they do, and these fights wll let us know if they can hang with the big names in France.

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Full card

Yohan Lidon vs Corrado Zanchi

Mickael Piscitello vs Yazid Boussaha

Yuksel Ayadin vs Massinissa Hamaili

Dylan Salvador vs Romdhane Hafed

Issam ReguiI vs Kader el Kaaouchi

Chris Boussoukou vs Rachid Magmadi

Amine Kacem vs Lucien Gross

Samir Lotfi vs Raffaƫlli Rosso


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