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Total Carnage III Fight Card for March 9

Nathan Corbett's Total Carnage Promotions continues to hold Muay Thai events, with the next one being held on March 9 in Gold Coast, Australia. Corbett will headline the card and now has an opponent.

In the main event, Nathan Corbett faces Javlon Nazarov of Uzbekistan. There's not much info out there on Nazarov other than that he's competed in some IFMA tournaments. 

The co-main event sees one of Australia's top lighter weight fighters, Michael "Tomahawk" Thompson fighting Frank Paredes Vilchez. Vilchez has been around and fought all over, including a win at It's Showtime.

All action fighter Michael Badato faces Ruan du Plessis while Dane "Daddy Cool" Beauchamp fights Karim Muradi right before that. Full fight card can be seen in the image below:


Simon Marcus set to take on Artem Levin at Lion Fight 9, possibly out of GLORY 5

Sources have reported that the long awaited bout between Simon Marcus and Artem Levin may be scheduled for Lion Fight 9, on March 15th in Las Vegas, Nevada. [Muay Thai Authority]

Marcus and Levin have been slated to meet several times over the past year, but each fight fell through for a variety of reasons. Marcus himself seems to have confirmed the fight via Facebook.

The "Bwad Boy" was also scheduled to face Steven Wakeling at GLORY 5 London, in what would be one of the most anticipated matches on the card. However, the date for Lion Fight 9 (March 15) is within a week of his scheduled appearance at GLORY (March 23). This new announcement means the chances of us seeing Marcus vs. Wakeling in March are extremely low. As of now, Marcus has not officially pulled out of GLORY. 

Simon Marcus is coming off two same-night KO victories in China while also riding an undefeated 31 fight win streak. Levin most recently took part in the IFMA tournament, before battling to a controversial draw with Steven Wakeling. 


This Week in Muay Thai: Huge Fights

This week is when the big names and huge cards start to come out all at the same time. Two huge cards from top to bottom are taking place in a span of three days.

Tuesday, February 5
Pentai Sitnumnoi vs. Jomhod Sakami
Muangthai Sor Boonyiam vs. Serkim Sitjetaew
Kaotam Lukprabart vs. Petutong Or Kwanmuang
Wanchalerm Uddonmuang vs. Thongchai Sitthongsak
Wanchalong Sitzornong vs. Yokpet Sompongmataput
Chokpreecha Kor Sakooncher vs. Ponakrit Chor Churnkamol

Wednesday, February 6
Manasak Pinsinchai vs. Phetsinin Suan-Aharkpeakmai
Ongbak Sitsarawatser vs. Thanongsaklek Chuwattana
Jaroensub Phetsirigym vs. Julong Aikbangzai

Thursday, February 7
Pornsaneh Sitmonchai vs. Yokwitaya Petsimean
Tingtong Chor Koiyuhaisuzu vs. Nongbia Choknagarmwang
Thong Puideenaidee vs. Petmorakot Wor Sangprapai
Penek Sitnumnoi vs. Petpanomrung Wor Sangprapai
Sam-A Kaiyanghadaogym vs. Pokaew Fonjaengchonburi
Petboonchu FA Group vs. Mongkolchai Petsupapan
Jomhod Mohbeskamala vs. Somrak Tor Thepsutin
Singdam Kiatmuu9 vs. Yodwicha Por Boonsit

Friday, February 8
Niwlukrak Eksindeekongym vs. Sathanmuanglek Windysport for mini flyweight title of Thailand
Songkom Sakhomsin vs. Ekmongkol Kaiyanghadaogym

Obviously with a lineup like this, where do I start? 

Tuesday's show is super stacked. Though it doesn't have the same big name presence as Thursday's card, it could potentially produce the better fights and possibly fight of the year candidates. The card is filled with action fighters like Chokpreecha, Wanchalong, Thongchai, Pentai and the list goes on. Chokpreecha vs. Ponakrit in particular could produce fireworks. Wanchalerm vs. Thongchai has the potential to be a grueling back and forth clinch battle. 

Thursday is the real mega card. Not only does it have the big names like Singdam, Penek, Yodwicha and Sam-A, it also has the rematch between two legends, Somrak and Jomhod. This time six million baht is on the line between those two.

Singdam vs. Yodwicha is a really interesting match-up. Singdam is in top form and is the bigger fighter. It was quite surprising that Yodwicha managed to move up and beat Petboonchu even with a weight disadvantage, so he's never one to be counted out. Sam-A and Pokaew's rematch should once again be a really good, technical fight to watch. Last time Sam-A really put on a textbook performance of how to beat a clincher. Petpanomrung will get another chance to avenge a controversial loss, against Penek. He lost two controversial ones to Sam-A and Penek respectively, avenging the Sam-A loss in an action packed fight that even forced Sam-A to fight uncharacteristically compared to his usual self. Petboonchu was originally set to fight Kongsak but now faces Mongkolchai, and it could be interesting depending on what Mongkolchai shows up and if Petboonchu is affected by the weight.

Friday's card sees a fight for the miniflyweight title of Thailand between Niwlukrak and Sathanmuanglek. Niwlukrak is definitely a fighter to watch and has some sublime skills. As well, Songkom rematches Ekmongkol from their fight last month which produced some good action. Songkom is another fighter to watch and seems to have settled his newer weight nicely.


Muay Thai Weekly Recap: February 3

Quick Results:

Monday, January 28
Lamnampong Noomjeantawana def. Sonnarai Sor. Sommai by decision.
Fahpennueng K.R.S Gym def. Phetphusang Thanasakkonsong by decision.
Seansakchai Or. Kwanmuang def. Wansodsai Sit Jor. by decision.

Tuesday, January 29
Wanchana Or. Boonchuay def. Fahsithong Thor. Thepsutin by decision.
Bangpleenoi 96Penang def. Hongtonglek Chor. Fahpiansi by decision.
Maphichit Sitsongpeenong def. Phettongdee Sinbimuaythai by decision.

Wednesday, January 30
Phetmorakot Teded99 def. Chotchasarn Wor. Wiwatananont by decision.
Jomphet Chuwattana def. Yodseanchai Sor. Sopit by decision.
Phanpayak Sitjatik def. Aikdej Mor. Krongthepthonburi by decision.

Thursday, January 31
Ruangsak Sitniwat def. Detkart Por Pongsawang by decision.
Thaksinlek Kiatniwat def. Sangdaw Sor. Kittichai by decision.
Sunchai Tor. Laksong def. Kumarndoy Sor. Jitpakdee by decision.
Oley Sitniwat def. Nongbeelek Kiatyongyuth by TKO in Round 3.

Friday, February 1
Gusagonnoi Sor Junsen def. Palangpon Por. Thairungruangkamai by decision.
Luknimit Singklongsi def. Chanaphet 91Rungroj by decision.
Aiktawan Mor. Krungthepthonburi def. Jomyuthjew Wor. Rungthavee by TKO in Round 3.

Saturday, February 2
Stephen Meleady Jittigym def. Silathong Mor Watanachai by KO in Round 3.

Chatchainoi Sor. Jor. Toipedrew def. Nuengthep Eminentair by decision.
Rolex Sitsongpeenong def. Phethuasai Sathid-CD by KO in Round 3.

Sunday, February 3
Chaylek Kiatpetch def. Tuan Kor Kompanart by decision.

The knockouts started to come at the end of the week. Stephen Meleady knocked out Silathong with a knee to the head. Meleady got cut and then turned it up to overwhelm his Thai adversary. Rolex Sitsongpeenong's KO came via a nasty body shot. Here is another KO, with Rungsangtawan Sit-Ajarnboonchob knocking out Yodphetaik Sitdabauan with a vicious elbow. Oley Sitniwat's knockout came via some crushing punches.

The light flyweight title of Rajadamnern Stadium was on the line in the rematch between Ruangsak and Detkart. Ruangsak didn't stop Detkart like he did last year but he still did enough to get the win in what was a good fight.

Another good fight was between Bangpleenoi and Hongtonglek. Hongtonglek got cut but marched through it. Bangpleenoi ended up being too sharp with his kicks and knees, having an answer for everything Hongtonglek threw his way.

The action is about to pick up in a big way this coming week. There are some huge fights and fight cards between some of the sport's best coming up.



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