Sunday, January 20
Yodbuangarm Pangyen-Ioderm vs. Yodsiam Sor. Chokamnuay
Saksongkram Poptheeratham vs. Phetmongkol Thor. Thepsutin
Singponchai Sor. Sarinya vs. Sakchainoi M-U-Den
Yodpop Eminentair vs. Phetnamngarn Sor. Me-Udon
Monday, January 21
Khunsueklek Or. Kwanmuang vs. Yodthongtai Por. Telakoon
Lom-Esarn Sitzornong vs. Adam Teded99
Kaimookao Watcharachaigym vs. Kongsiam Tor. Phithakchai
Tuesday, January 22
Kangwanlek Petchyindee vs. Choknumchai Sitjakong
Wanchai Sor. Kitisak vs. Sam-D Petchyindee
Superboy Teemuangloei vs. Peteng Kiatphontip
Wednesday, January 23
Dejnarong Wor. Sungprapai vs. Fahmeechai F.A. Group
Yuthachai Kiatpataraphan vs. Yodtuantong Petchyindeeacademy
Phetnakorn Sor. Latdagym vs. Hongtonglek Chor. Fahpiansi
Friday, January 25
Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong vs. Petchasawin Seatranferry
As you can see, there's a lot of good fights this week, and this isn't even the complete schedule. Fights will be added as more information is made obtainable. Of course there are some big Muay Thai fights happening outside of Thailand at Yokkao Extreme 2013 just to name one event, which will also be talked about in separate posts.
Yodbuangarm is one of the up and coming fighters to look out for at 130lbs at Channel 7. He's scored a bunch of knockouts in the lead-up to this fight.
Though Saeksan Or. Kwanmuang is off the card on Monday, his stablemate Khunseklek is on the card in what should be a nice fight against Yodthongthai. Adam Teded99 was added to the card after a fight of his fell through last week. Despite the absence of Saeksan and Pettawee to put on some fireworks, there should still be good fights on Monday.
The fight between Wanchai and Sam-D should be fireworks. They're both all action, yet highly skilled fighters. Sam-D is the Lumpini champion at the light flyweight limit of 108lbs, winning the title off Sarawut in December. Sam-D beat Wanchai back in November.
Also on Wednesday is another fighter to keep an eye on in Peteng Kiatphontip. He's really young but highly skilled and now making his way onto the big stadium shows, facing the Lumpini #4 ranked fighter at mini flyweight.
Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong is going to be one of the marquee international Thais, already having fought and defeated a lot of names. He's just 21 and one of the top 67kg Muay Thai fighters in the world. He beat Petchasawin without much trouble back in April, and this fight might be even more of a dominant win for Sitthichai.