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Thai Fight On Wednesday Features Saiyok vs. Pinca, Sudsakorn, Aikpracha, More

Thai Fight is back on this Wednesday, September 19 in Lyon, France, once again in Europe before they head back to Thailand next month. The card features some marquee match-ups between Thais and French fighters, with the likes of Fabio Pinca, Saiyok Pumphanmuang, Aikpracha Meenayothin, Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee and Yohan Lidon.

At the top of the card we have a very good fight between Fabio Pinca and Saiyok Pumphanmuang. Pinca is one of the best non-Thai fighters in Muay Thai and Saiyok, of course has made his name dominating foreign fighters with his aggressive, high octane fighting style. Saiyok last fought at Thai Fight's show in England where he turned in a dominating performance over a game Craig Jose. Pinca last fought in June in Thailand, defeating another Thai, Big Ben Chor Praram6 by decision.

Also, rising star on the international scene, Aikpracha Meenayothin takes on Yohan Lidon, the former It's Showtime 73MAX Champion. Expect Aikpracha to come out aggressively from the opening bell, especially with the three rounds of three minutes format that Thai Fight uses. Aikpracha beat Lidon's teammate, Fabio Pinca, back in March so there's no doubt that Lidon knows how big of a task he has ahead of himself.

Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee finds himself on a Thai Fight card again, fresh off of beating Issam Reghi at Thai Fight in England a month ago. Sudsakorn fights Mickael Piscitello, another stablemate of Fabio Pinca and Yohan Lidon at Team Nasser K. A former Sudsakorn opponent and Team Nasser K member, Abdallah Mabel, takes on Super X, who defeated Mickael Piscitello back in March.

In a rematch from last month's Thai Fight show, Houcine Bennoui faces Singmanee Kaewsamrit, after Singmanee won a decision over Bennoui that many people thought should've gone the other way (Myself not included). Bennoui's attack centered around punches and low kicks with occasional clinch work while Singmanee stuck to the pure Thai style way of fighting with clean knees and body kicks.

Karim Bennoui vs. Plynoi Por Paoin was supposed to happen but Plynoi was knocked out in Japan just two days ago so the fight is most likely off. Up and coming French prospect Raphael Llodra takes on the biggest test of his career as he fights Armin Pumphanmuang.

Fabio Pinca vs. Saiyok Pumphanmuang

Aikpracha Meenayothin vs. Yohan Lidon

Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee vs. Mickael Piscitello

Abdallah Mabel vs. Super X

Houcine Bennoui vs. Singmanee Kaewsamrit

Armin Pumphanmuang vs. Raphael Llodra

Yuksel Ayadin vs. Zinedine Hameur Lain

Samir Lotfi vs. Jose Barradas

Note: As always with Thai Fight, the card is subject to changes.


Yokkao Announce Yokkao Extreme Selections Tournament at TaKe-On's Nov. 10th Show


Official Press Release from Yokkao

Yokkao Extreme 2013 selections will be held in collaboration with Stefania Picelli, MSG's Fight Sports and Take on Productions at Madison Square Garden (NYC) during Muay Thai at the Mecca II sponsored by Yokkao on 10th november 2012.

There will be a 4-man tournament and the winner will fight on 26th January 2013 in Milan (Forum d'Assago) at Yokkao Extreme 2013, the biggest Muay Thai and K-1 event in the world.

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Aikpracha Meenayothin Joins Yokkao Fight Team

Aikpracha Meenayothin has made a name for himself on the international stage this year, establishing himself as one of the top Thais fighting internationally on a regular basis. He also made a name for himself in Thailand, as he's the Lumpinee Stadium Welterweight Champion.

For Aikpracha, it looks like he's going to continue to do that, as today it was announced that he joined the Yokkao Fight Team and will be sponsored by Yokkao Boxing. Yokkao Boxing sponsors the likes of Saenchai, Kem Sitsongpeenong, Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee, Jordan Watson, Liam Harrison, Dzhabar Askerov and more with an increasingly growing stable of fighters. 

Joining Yokkao will give Aikpracha an even bigger chance to get his name out there and become one of the top international Thai stars. He fights anywhere from 67-72.5kg so there are a wide variety of fights for him to be had. It's also one of the money weights of both kickboxing and Muay Thai, where some of the biggest names in the sport compete. 

Check out the first video of Aikpracha with Yokkao, hitting pads.



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