Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Muay Thai and Kickboxing' started by equus, Mar 18, 2015.
Shiro Petkietpet is one of the better nonthais out there right now. I'm not sure how many people know of him.
respect for Sylvie but never been a fan...maybe it was just her attitude from her beginning stages and not being so humble. Nonetheless, chok dee.
I think he is well known in Japan. His previous gym was penang 96. He trained and lived like a thai in the containers near the railways allthough he apparently comes from a rich japanese family.
While I was at 96 penang there were frequently japanese reporters interviewing and filming him. He is or was bantamweight champion in Japan.
I was into Sylvie's website when her main focus was her fight videos with her retrospective commentary over them. I stopped going to her site when it was mostly journal articles on social and political stuff. It just doesn't really interest me.
posted this documentary about him before, some parts are subtitled. really good watch.
Much respect too him, he even donates some of his price money to support charity and orphanages in thailand.
Not a notable fight at all. But some really nice takedowns, if that's what you're into.
Some guy posted a Samart fight on Muayties YT comments
Vs Sadoureth(?) in Paris 1984
Already been posted here by verrix .
Sangmanee fall seems like a slip ... what do you guys see ?
I see Sangmanee getting rocked by an elbow causing him go down
He got hurt, tried to throw a kick but didn't have the balance, went down and took a while to find his legs again. It's not a typical knockdown but I think it was counted right.
Yep Sangmanee was hurt from that elbow. Sangmanee's heart and aggression makes for great viewing but trading in the pocket like that against Yodlekpet is a dangerous strategy.
it was a hard elbow and I'm biased af but I wish the ref wouldn't be such an intervener. he decided the fight with that call.
the slow motion replay in Muay Thai Daily video makes it look like if Sangmanee had taken a breath and shrugged it off he could've got away with it. still good performance by him IMO.
If he was knocked off balance he would have gotten up instantly and started coming forward but he went down hard, took time to get up and started backing up instantly. To me it was the right call, he was badly rocked.
I've noticed Sangmanee struggles against opponents that are physically stronger than he is. I suppose there will be a rematch
Tewa Kiram from Buriram fighting Lucas Matthysse this Saturday. I was wondering if he had any muaythai experience before boxing and he confirmed it in this interview. Cant find any fights of him so maybe it wasn't at a high level.
Matthysse is a very dangerous opponent so hopefully Kiram does well. Always interesting to see nakmuays transition over to boxing well.
HD sangmanee vs yodlekpet
Kaew vs Ongri