WPMF King’s Birthday Quick Results

•December 5, 2010 • 2 Comments

By Mike LNg

WPMF

Some quick results from the World Professional Muay Thai Federation King’s Birthday 2010 event. Much Thanks due to Darren of Muay Thai Focus and to Thakoon Pongsupha of Muay Thai Saisprapa. Winners are in bold font.

1.Christian Kaewsamrit (Canada) VS. Askan Muaythaiacademy (Iran) 66 kg.
2.Jacob Canada gym win Aun Lukmakamwan TH. 84 kg.
3.Mehdy Jockygym(Tunisia) lose Christofer SithSuki(Sweden)61 kg.
4.Jamie PhonGym (Aus) winko3 Don S.Wingthong (Swe) 70 kg.
5.Pranweha Lukhapfah (TH) lose Cody Kiatphontip (Aus) 77 kg.
6.Birdkaka Seangmorkot(Tur) loseko3 Harada Kaewsamrit(SLO)72 kg.
7.Ploypailin Sakrungreung(TH) lose Nadia Muangchaipom(TH) 48 kg.
8.Sbaithip Prasarthin (TH)lose Lital SithSuki (IRL) 54 kg.
9.Petchumnej Sithpompetch(TH)win Namwan Lampang Schoo(TH) 48 kg.
10.Iman Sasiprapa gym (SP)win ko1 Yodnamwan Thawachai (TH) 57 kg.
11.Gerri Rawaimuaythai (UK) lose Anna Tigermuaythai (SWE) 63 kg.
Title Defense WPMF Pinweight 45 kg.
12 Thananchanok Kaewsamrit win Sochi Kiatphontip (HK)
13. Christwhite Sangmorakot (AUS)draw Petchjombung M.Jombuang 57kg.
14. Vladimir Sangmorakot (SLO)win ko2 Duble-X Karuhad F-C 70 kg.
Team Thai VS France start time 2200pm
1.Yodsiriwat Topking win ko1 Jeremy 50 kg.
2.Kanpetch Singnongjong win Buzalef 53 kg.
3.Sammuk Sasiprapa gym win Chaibi 68 kg.
4.Prajacksil Maxsport lose Steve 74 kg.
5.Tomas Novack lose ko3 Kidon 114 kg.
6.Nopparat Prakaifah win Renon Eric
Live on TV7 time 0100-0300am
Title Defense WPMF welterweight
1Alex Chiangmai muaythai lose  ko2 Charles Francis 67 kg.
Defend title Women WPMF Lightweight
2.Melisa Eminent air (UK) win Mase Buamas (TH) 58 kg.
Title Defense WPMF Intertrim Lightweight
3.Samaranchai LukSukothai (TH)win Wanmario Kaewsamrit (SP)
4.Bechad Kiatprapat (IR) win Joss Imgramgym (BRA) 67 kg.
5.Thanasak TopKing (TH) win Abbas Muaythaiacademy (IRA) 63.5 kg.
6.Damian S.Vorapin (SWE) lose Lucho Sasiprapa gym (ARG) 78 kg.
7.Steve Jitti Gym (IRE) win Johnny Tigermuaythai (UK) 64 kg

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WPMF King’s Birthday 2010

•December 4, 2010 • Leave a Comment

By Mike LNg

King's Birthday WPMF 2010 Lineup

Much thanks to Thakoon Pongsupha for the information regarding the World Professional Muay Thai Federation (WPMF) event for King’s Birthday Dec.4th, 2010.

Start time begins at 1700pm

1.Christian Kaewsamrit (Canada) VS. Askan Muaythaiacademy (Iran) 66 kg.

2.Jakub Canada gym VS. Aun Lukmakamwan TH. 84 kg.

3.Mehdy Jockygym (Tunisia) VS. Christofer SithSuki(Sweden) 61 kg.

4.Jamie PhonGym (Aus) VS. Don S.Wingthong (Swe) 70 kg.

5.Pranweha Lukhapfah (TH) VS. Cody Kiatphontip (Aus) 77 kg.

6.Birdkaka Seangmorkot (Tur) VS. Harada Kaewsamrit (SLO) 72 kg.

7.Ploypailin Sakrungreung (TH) VS. Nadia Muangchaipom (TH) 48 kg.

8.Sbaithip Prasarthin (TH) VS. Lital SithSuki (IRL) 54 kg.

9.Petchumnej Sithpompetch(TH)VS.Namwan Lampang School (TH) 48 kg.

10.Iman Sasiprapa gym (SP) VS. Yodnamwan Thawachai (TH) 57 kg.

11.Gerri Rawaimuaythai (UK) VS. Anna Tigermuaythai (SWE) 63 kg.

Title defense for the WPMF Pinweight 45 kg.

12 Thananchanok Kaewsamrit VS. Sochi Kiatphontip (HK)

13. Christwhite Sangmorakot (AUS) VS. Petchjombung M.Jombuang 57kg.

14. Vladimir Sangmorakot (SLO) VS. Duble-X Karuhad F-C 70 kg.

Team Thai VS France start time 2200pm

1.Yodsiriwat Topking (TH) VS. Jeremy 50 kg.

2.Kanpetch Singnongjong VS. Buzalef 53 kg.

3.Sammuk Sasiprapa gym VS. Chaibi 68 kg.

4.Prajacksil Maxsport VS. Steve 74 kg.

5.Tomas VS. Lidon 114 kg.

6.Nopparat Prakaifah VS. Renon Eric

WPMF king's Birthday Press Conference

Live on TV7 time 0100-0300am

Title defense of WPMF welterweight world championship

1. Alex Chiangmai Muaythai VS. Francois Charles 67 kg.

Title Defense of the  Women’s  WPMF Lightweight Championship

2.Melisa Eminent Air (UK) Vs. Mase Buamas (TH) 58 kg.

Title Defense of the WPMF Intertrim Lightweight Championship

3.Samorchai LukSukothai (TH) VS. Wanmario Kaewsamrit (SP)

4.Bechad Kiatprapat (IR) VS. Joss Ingram Gym (BRA) 67 kg.

5.Thanasak TopKing VS. Abbas Muaythaiacademy (IRA) 63.5 kg.

6.Damian S.Vorapin (SWE) VS. Lucho Sasiprapa gym (ARG) 78 kg.

7.Steve Jitti Gym (IRE) VS. Johnny Tiger Muaythai (UK) 64 kg.

King’s Birthday Events Schedule 2010

•December 3, 2010 • Leave a Comment

By Mike LNg

King's Cup 2010

This year’s Muay Thai King’s Cup event will be held at Sanam Suepa instead of Sanam Luang as in previous years.

Sanam Luang this year will instead be host to the World Professional Muay Thai (WPMF) world title match featuring France’s Francois Charles.

This year Songchai brings a super 8 tournament matches 8 Muay Thai  fighters from Thailand, Brazil, Germany, China, England, South Africa, Canada and Iran.

Fights start with the International Federation Muay Thai Amateur (IFMA) world championship amateur finals from 16.00-20.00, followed by the undercard fights from 20.00-22.00.

THAILAND – Yodsanklai Fairtex

GERMANY – Alex Vogel

ENGLAND – Jordan Watson

BRAZIL – Cosmo Alexandre

SOUTH AFRICA – Vuysile Colossa

CANADA – Jesse Miles

IRAN – Soleimani

CHINA – Yan Xu

Dzhabar Askerov and Marcus Oberg will not participate because they were at the Rumble of the Kings.

FIGHTCARD

Yodsankai Fairtex VS Vuysile Colossa

Jordan Watson VS Soleimani

Cosmo Alexandre VS Jesse Miles

Alex Vogel VS Yan Xu

Karuhat Sorsupawan Versus Veeraporn

•December 3, 2010 • Leave a Comment

By Mike LNg

Lumpinee stadium

A blast from the past for this Friday featuring two of Thailand’s greats of the 1990s era of Muay Thai. Karuhat Sorsupawan fights against Veeraporn.

Francois “Carlito” Charles Fights for WPMF Title on King’s Birthday

•December 2, 2010 • Leave a Comment

By Mike LNg

Francois "Carlito" Charles Hopes to add WPMF gold at King's Birthday

More King’s Birthday bouts have been announced.  This notable French standout Francois “Carlito” Charles will make his way to Sanamluang, Thailand to fight for World Professional Muay Thai Federation world title at an announced 66 kg weight.  His opponent is not yet known but it is rumored to be a well known Thai name fighter.

Charles began training Muay Thai at the age of 14. Since that time Charles has more than 40 fights under his belt and several Championship titles in France and Europe on his resume. The last fight Charles was in, in Europe was against former Lumpinee stadium champion Kaoponlek. Kaoponlek has since relocated to Italy where Charles and Kaoponlek fought for the then vacant Kombat League Intercontinental championship.

King’s Cup 8-Man Tournament 2010 Update

•December 2, 2010 • Leave a Comment

By Mike LNg

Alex Vogel Versus Nonsai

Apparently, Germany’s  Alex Vogel will replace Sweden’s Marcus Oberg in the line up of this year’s King’s Cup 8-man tournament. The reason why Vogel would be replacing Oberg was not made public.

Significantly, Vogel says he looks most forward to fighting Thailand’s Yodsaenklai Fairtex.  As a second choice of who Vogel would like most to face in the tournament was Brazil’s Cosmo Alexandre.  Cosmo himself was dismissed from It’s Showtime as its incumbent champion at 77kg and barred from participating in any more of the Dutch promotional giant’s events.

Alex Vogel fights out of the Masters Gym in Duisburg, Germany. Vogel when questioned about his selection was quoted as saying it was because they wanted the best nak muay of Germany.In  the Kings Cup in Thailand Vogel is to hold up the German flag. Alex Vogel recently competed in a fight against Nonsai Sor Sayakorn of Elite Boxing for the Thailand Versus Challenger series.

The King’s Cup is the world Muay Thai tournament held  annually since 1999 and is in honor of the King of Thailand on his birthday of December 5th in Bangkok, Thailand.

It is estimated that around 300,000 spectators will be live on site. The winner of the Muay Thai 8-man tournament will be awarded an ornate trophy donated by the King of Thailand himself.

Janus Fight Night Returns

•December 2, 2010 • Leave a Comment

By Mike LNg

Janus Fight Night 2010

The King Birthday and final 2010 Muay Thai events keep rolling in and this upcoming one in Janus Fight Night 2010 returns on  December 04, 2010. Some of you may remember the impressive win K-1 MAX champion Giorgio Petrosyan gained over tough Dutch stalwart Marco Pique back in 2007 in Janus Fight Night 2007 also held in Padova, Italy. This time around Armen Petrosyan will make his stand in 2010’s Janus Fight night against Leroy Kaestner.

The main event fight for the 2010 Janus Fight Night will feature Diego Calzolari fighting for the World Association of Kickboxing Organizations (WAKO) Muay Thai title against Namsaknoi. Namsaknoi appeared to be retired for all intents and purposes. Namsaknoi was the former star fighter of Por Pramuk racking up 3 Lumpinee stadium titles in 3 different weight categories and even had an international boxing championship strap under PABA. Namsaknoi the last I heard of him was retired and teaching at Chaweng Stadium.  It’ll be interesting to see what the emperor brings to the ring these days.

The rest of the card is as follows:

W.A.K.O. World Muay Thai Title Bout

Diego Calzolari vs. Namsaknoi

Super Fight(Full Muay Thai rules)

Marco Pique vs. Paolo Bellini

Super Fights (K-1 rules)

Armen Petrosyan vs. Leroy Kaestner

Mikel Colaj vs. Robin Van Roosmalen

Harut Grigorian vs. Alessandro Campagna

Anthony Kane (recent participant in Thai Fight) vs. Francesco Tadiello

Bruno Franchi vs. Darryl Stichman

Alex Rossi vs. Ismael Londt

Iulian Imeri vs. Jimmy Eimers

Super Fights(MMA rules)

Viktor “Tigrie” Kuku vs. Rafael Enrique

Lisa Bucci vs. Cindy Dandois

Super Fights (Boxing rules)

Christian Sanavia vs. Mariusz Biskupsky

Special Super Fights

Juliana Moreira vs. Elisa Giovannelli