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Discussion in 'Muay Thai and Kickboxing' started by equus, Mar 18, 2015.
Where's @Brocktirement when you need him?
Panpayak got an F on that test. Not even #top1000
Not so-called passivity but it was impatience that doomed him.
Surely one of the biggest upsets ever in the sport.
He probably could have afforded to be more passive in this case. Probably thought he'd quickly stomp his opponent out but he was game.
Saeksans fight in China.
That's why I think Kard Chuek / MX should be considered a different sport. The parameters are different enough that stuff like this happens.
dont know if these were uploaded earlier anywhere
wait, at which weight is this fight happening, and why is Rottang fighting Rotlek 3 weeks before Tenshin.
I hadn't seen'em anywhere so thanks! I looked everywhere the weekend they happened. didn't even know it was Rodlek I thought it was a rematch with Panpayak. and seriously that Seksan is only 24 years old?
So we can have a built in excuse if he loses
Tenshin takes an easy opponent at Rizin 10 because he fights Rottang and Rottang doesn't give a fuck and fights 10lbs heavier Rotlek. He's on a 4 fight winstreak, but that's going to be tough.
Hope he doesn't get injured.
LOL these geniouses commentators had their names switched up until the third round! Great job!
I thought he looks 30+.
So much wear and tear for going forward style.
But when you put it all together, their records is compeltely wrong and the broadcasting team didn't even know who each fighter was so that number has no info value. I still say he is ~30.
Seksan is actually 29.
That would be my exact wild guess. A thai who's been fighting for a long time and looks like he's 35+ equals to 29 y/o
well i made his page and his age was informed on this interview:
he was 25 on 2014,born in January 20, 1989.
Any info on the fight card for this?