Muay Thai – Videos

MTGP 2 – Fight Videos

MTGP 2

Matthew Tieu V Thibaud Duphil

MTGP 2

Rory Crawford V Luke Portanier

MTGP 2

Evan Jays V Alejandro Conception

MTGP 2

Alex Bublea V Charlie Peters

MTGP 2

Khun Bank V Alex Bublea

MTGP 2

Charlie Peters V Ben Lucas

MTGP 2

Jose Varela V Yassine Hamlaoui

YOKKAO 16 – Fight Videos

YOKKAO 16

World Title: Pakorn vs Nicolas Vega

YOKKAO 16

Soloman Wickstead vs Nicolas Sanchez

YOKKAO 16

Alejandro Amicucci vs Ignacio Godachevic

YOKKAO 16

Damian Munoz vs Alan Preisz

YOKKAO 16

Damian Bujan vs Alan Sheinson

Saenchai v Meleady

SAENCHAI v STEPHEN MELEADY

16th AUGUST 2014 in CORK, IRELAND

Even if they are bigger than him, his skill level is just too good. Stephen Meleady has a big heart and never quits, but was simply outclassed in this fight. I can imagine the frustration it must feel to go up against somebody with Saenchai’s skill set!

Banchamek Promotions (April 2014)

Banchamek Promotions

Fight Videos

Buakaw & Victor Face off at weigh in. Pic from Warriors of the Mongkong

Buakaw & Victor Face off at weigh in…

There seems to be a new kid on the Muaythai block in Thailand and he is doing things a bit different to what we have become accustomed to with Thai Fight. Combat Banchamek is a new promotion by Buakaw Banchamek; he also fights on the card.What is different in these fights to Thai Fight, is the they are afr more evenly matched bouts, instead of the usual Thai being far superior in ability and experience to his western opponent. There were many awesome match ups in their first promotion and I am excited to see what else they have have in store for us in the coming months. Apparently Buakaw did all the match making himself, which is interesting as he chose to take on Muay Guy friend Victor Ngabe who is coming of  a recent KO victory of Kem Sitsongpeenong. Enjoy the fights and results below.

Fight Results:

Andre Kulebin def. Yang Zhou via Unanimous Decision (Points)
Chao Chao def. Flo Singpatong via Unanimous Decision
Rungravee Sasiprapa vs Mathius Sitsongpeenong Draw
Saencahi def. Kamen Picken via Unanimous Decision
Buakaw Banchamek def. Victor Nagbe via Unanimous Decision

Andre Kulebin VS Yang Zhou

Chao Chao VS Flo Singpatong

Rungravee Sasiprapa VS Mathius Sitsongpeenong

Saencahi VS Kamen Picken

Buakaw Banchamek VS Victor Nagbe

Source: LiveMuaythaiGuy

Warriors Of The Mongkon

An Insight into the world of Muay Thai. A behind the scenes documentary series showcasing the worlds most talented and up and coming Muay Thai fighters.

Warriors Of The Mongkon is an 11 episode (over 2 hours) Muay Thai series which follows some of the worlds best fighters into battle. Series is now available to purchase, click the (Purchase Warriors Of The Mongkon) below above.

BUY – WOTM HERE

VIEW – The trailers below:

Buakaw – Boxer Legend Legacy

BUAKAW – BOXER LEGEND LEGACY

Not sure if you have seen this yet.  Thinking about watching something this weekend.  This piece by Timo Ruge and Gerrit Staron, looks to be a beautifully shot documentary featuring Muay Thai Superstar Buakaw Banchamek.  It looks to chronicle his rise to fame after K1 and his life post por.pramuk.  You can view this film on Vimeo for £4.60 which is a great deal!!

Buakaw

Trailer BUAKAW – BOXER LEGEND LEGACY from Gerrit Staron on Vimeo.
Released Viewing period 48 hours
Duration 47 mins
Region Worldwide

I really did not expect to become the Champion. I just wanted to represent my country, Thailand, with honour.”

These are the words Sombat Banchamek, better known as “Buakaw”, uses to describe the day, that changed his life.

As a young boy he started to practice Thailand’s national sport “Muay Thai”, he won his first fight, stayed with the sport, battled his way through and finally shocked the world in July 2004, by winning the finale of the “K1 Max World Tournament”. Two years later he even repeated this success.

He started as one of many – today he is the most famous Muay Thai fighter of his country. The documentary “Buakaw – Boxer,Legend,Legacy” brings you closer than ever to Thailand’s national hero. It takes the audience on a fascinating journey: Painstaking training, opponents knocked out in the ring – mixed with the rice harvest in his rural home-village. A look back to his past victories. A look to the present. Buakaw as boxer, trainer, camp owner and family person. An outlook to the future. What happens after the last battle has been fought?