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Discussion in 'Muay Thai and Kickboxing' started by equus, Mar 18, 2015.
That was a good one. Rematch.
That round 4 was an instant classic.
Rittewada closes the door on this series of fights
He can still film at lumpinee but rajadamnern only lets him do 4-5 minute videos I believe, really annoying :/ I wouldn't mind if there was another way of watching the fights even if you had to pay for it....
Chalarm back in the winners column. Been a while since he's won hasn't it? I remember he lost to panpayak then suakim and had a break after that, then returned and lost to Tawanchai. Unless there was a fight in there I missed.
Didn't Raja release a streaming service?
They've only done one or two events so far I think.
Glad to see Chalaam back. Feel like he hasn't fought in a year.
He lost to Tawanchai recently but had a long layoff before that after losing to Suakim and Panpayak back to back, he took quite a bit of damage in those fights.
Wanchalong vs. Boonlung live right now.
What do you thinks next for Rittewada? Are there still a lot of competitive fights for him at that weight class?
Calm down internet tough guy. Its just a question.
You know what if you're ever in London you should come down to KO gym in Croydon. That would be a good way to take out some of this anger you're carrying around instead of being rude to people behind a computer screen.
A stupid question. One of many stupid questions to come from you.
Its a simple question by someone who doesn't really follow 140 in the stadiums. There are better ways of handling it instead of telling people to fuck off.
You clearly don't even follow Littewada's career. The guy is 1-1-1 in his last 3 fights. Sure sounds like a guy who's run out of competitive fights. I guess he'll have to move up and fight abroad against the likes of Dylan Salvador and Bobo Sacko, if he wants to be really challenged.
Why not just admit that you don't really care for stadium muay thai and that you would rather see Littewada fighting abroad, instead of insinuating that he doesn't have any viable competition in the stadiums and needs to go abroad to find it?
Littewada has fought Nontakrit 3 times and fought Chujaroen 2 times this year. If he was at 130/135 I wouldn't be asking this question but anytime a stadium fighter is fighting above 140 depending on his style that "fighting internationally" question is always going to be asked.
Dylan Salvador would be a great match up for him at 145. Something new and Dylan does well against Thai southpaws. Would also like to see him against Petpanomrung.
Because its not entirely true. I dont really care for the 140 division in the stadiums but I do like 126/130/135. And I think its inevitable that Littewada will eventually be fighting internationally at some point.
How stupid are you?
Chujaroen, Chamuaktong, Yodpanomrung and Petmorakot are still a cut above him imo.
Is there still competition at 140 lbs? Yes obviously those mentioned by SuperLuigi.
Is there any competition for him at 140 lbs abroad? None that i can think of.
Sure if the weight cuts get too bad at 140 lbs he could move up in weight but i doubt anyone at 148 lbs would beat him in a 5 round thai rule fight. But i didn't expect Yodpanomrung to be KO'd either so who knows.