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Discussion in 'Muay Thai and Kickboxing' started by equus, Mar 18, 2015.
New Manasak fight from thai fight
If that white guy was McGregor he would have said it was an early stoppage lol
And here was me thinking this thread was the only place left on the entire sherdog forum where there wouldn't be talks and mentions of McGregor. What have you done!!
I can't find a video for Superlek vs. Muangthai that was scheduled for today. did the fight happen?
Lol a little bit of humor never hurts
Yes Superlek won on points
A masterclass from Superlek, beautiful teeps. Muangthai kept coming though and landed a few stinging shots of his own.
Of course he did
Can't get to the link as the url doesn't appear in full :/
What's the name of the video?
take out the ---- in the url then it'll work, i put them in so it wont embed cause the video never works. its on siam fight news fb anyway
Can we get Kulabdam and Rodtung in there to fight each other? It would be glorious.
Good interview with Golden Era legend Rattanachai Wor Worapol
Anyone watched Rungvisai-Gonzalez 2?
that was fucking crazy
another thai who solidifies his name in boxing,i read somewhere time ago that he was a Nak Muay as teenager,any of MT experts here know how good (if) he made on the big stadiums?
Srisaket is awesome. I remember before the first fight when nobody took him seriously. Srisaket vs Inoue will be an awesome fight if it happens.
From everything i can find out about srisaket it appears he was never high level in muaythai. He seems to competed from 13 to 16 under muaythai rules and then switched to boxing in hope of better paydays. He seems to have never reached his potential in his teen years as even his boxing recored stated out at 1-3 and 2 thai sources i have found even have is recored at 9-6-1 before dedicating himself and finding success in the sport
just realised he fought 3 debut fighters before Gonzalez.
He walked right through Chocolatito this time round, wasn't even close. Srisaket had the size advantage but still it was an incredible performance. I don't know about his muay thai career but as a boxer he was never meant to amount to anything more than a journeyman. He was fed to more experienced opponents early on but eventually built himself into a top level fighter.