Muaythai Day Fight Card


February 6th marks an auspicious day in the Muaythai calendar as Muaythai day where practitioners of the sport around the globe pay homage to King Somdej Phra Sanpher the 8th, better known as Phra Chao Sua, or the Tiger King. The Tiger King is renowned for his skills in martial arts, rising to the throne on February 6th, 1702.

This year’s muaythai day celebrations will be held in Bangkok in conjunction with the Sports Authority of Thailand and will be spread across 7 days with a host of activities and stalls from the 1st to the 7th February to commemorate the event.

The final day on the 7th will be hosted by the World Muaythai Council and will feature 3 Super 4 fights as well as a female fight for the Intercontinental belt and one male bout for the international belt alongside supporting fights.

This will be a free event and is open to all beginning from 5pm in front of the SAT building in Ramkhamhaeng.

Main Fight Card:

Supporting Fight 51kg

1: Phet Saiyok Chum Khwae Gym (Thailand) vs Riedzwan Norsyahmie Bin Daud (Malaysia)

Super 4 57 kg First Round
2: Buakaw Chor. Chanatip (Thailand) vs Mohamed Yacjne (Algeria)
3: Mahmoud Lotfollahazad (Iran) vs Khalilov Tagir (Russia)

Super 4 67 kg First Round
4: Kunseuk Sitkunja (Thailand) vs Louie Roy (Philippines)
5:  Felipe Loboda Fonte Gois (Brazil) vs Batjargal Sanaui  (Mongolia)

Super 4 72 kg First Round
6: Dabmohn Chotetot muay (Thailand) vs Brahim Machkour (Morocco)
7: Carlos  (Brazil) vs Mansurbek Tolipov (Uzbekistan)

WMC Intercontinental Title 53.8 kg
8: Hongyoklek Liangprasert (Thailand) vs Calista Parts (Estonia)

WMC International Title 66.67kg
9: Said Arman (France) vs Seyed Mansour Mousavi (Iran)

Super Fight 60kg

10 :Mohd Fazzatkie Bin Mohd Zaki (Malaysia) vs Mekdam Sidpahrang (Thailand)

11: 57 kilo Super 4 final
12: 67 kilo Super 4 final
13: 72 kilo Super 4 final



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