Muay Thai Versus Kung Fu Part 4: Kaoklai

By Fatsoking

Continuing the posts of the Kung Fu Versus Muay Thai Challenge held in December 2009 Kaoklai Kaennorsing would fight his Chinese opponent,Bien Mao Fu at 80kg.

Kaoklai Kaenorsingh

A few months back a challenge was rendered allegedly from a team of Thailand’s Muay Thai camps to of all places the Shaolin Temple of Foshan, Guangdong province in China. Excerpts from the story quoted the five famous Thaiboxers as saying that they wanted to “wipe out the Shaolin Temple”. Instead however a team of Sanda fighters picked up the challenge and I offered my rant about it.

Biean Mao Fu

The rules of this bout and the entire event disallowed knee strikes to the head but allowed full Sanda rules.

Now you can see the fight between Kaoklai and Bien Mao Fu to see if the rules had anything at all to do with the fight’s outcome.

Read Part 1 of the series on Muay Thai versus Kung Fu 2009 here.

Read Part 2 of the series on Muay Thai versus Kung Fu 2009 here.

Read Part 3 of the series on Muay Thai verus Kung Fu 2009 here.

Read Part 4 of the series on Muay Thai versus Kung Fu 2009 here.

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~ by fatsoking on March 24, 2010.

2 Responses to “Muay Thai Versus Kung Fu Part 4: Kaoklai”

  1. Ridiculous, Kaoklai was owning him through the whole match, during the last round the commentators were making shit excuses that that Sanda fighter was getting owned in throws becuase he wasn’t in optimal condition due to cutting weight. I am incredulous at this shit, did a single Muay Thai fighter win in this multiple day event?

  2. Kaoklai should have won, no question. He struck more, controlled the ring, more combative and even scored more takedowns, sometimes even countering Maos attempts and transforming them in his own takedowns

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