YOKKAO 39 - 40 is exactly 3 weeks away from fight night on Saturday, 25 May. The event is set to take place at the Australian Technology Park in Sydney, and features top fighters from Thailand along with the best from the land down under.
After an acclaimed performance that bagged him the April "Fighter of the month" award at the prestigious Lumpinee Stadium, Yodchai had to pull out from YOKKAO 39 where he was originally matched against Melbourne-based fighter, Quan Trinh. Yodchai is confined under strict rules for the purpose of stadium ranking where he is lined up for a 28 May fight card at Lumpinee. A total of 13 bouts will now take place at YOKKAO 39 - 40 including two on the undercard.
The double event will be headlined by Muay Thai legend, Singdam and the young Thai phenom, Superbank Mor Rattanabandit as they take on Australian champions, Alexis Petroulias and Zac Einersen respectively. Other exciting matchups to look out for include
Posted: April 20, 2019|||
With 2 back-to-back fight announcements made for YOKKAO 39, the first bout for YOKKAO 40 has just been fixed. Spencer Brown will take on Timor-Leste fighter, Albert Xavier in the co-main event on 25 May.
The coming event marks Spencer’s second appearance in Sydney and he will be looking to mark it with a strong performance. The WBC European champion made a lasting impression in his headlining fight at YOKKAO Next Generation Sydney last May. Despite the decisive loss, Spencer won the hearts of local fans in the 5-round war against elite fighter, Singpayak PTJ Chombueng. In his return to Sydney, we expect Spencer to make a powerful statement in the ring against Albert Xavier.
Fighting out of Melbourne’s Absolute MMA, Xavier is the first Timorese Muay Thai World Champion and continues to represent the country in his fights around the world. He is a former two-time WBC State Lightweight Cha
Posted: April 11, 2019|||
YOKKAO 39 - 40 is now confirmed to take place on 25 May 2019 in Sydney, Australia. Organized in partnership with SRG Promotions, the double event will take place at the Australian Technology Park and looks set to be one of the biggest Muay Thai shows in the land down under. Australian fight fans are in for treat with an evening of world-class Muay Thai battles in store.
With two back-to-back shows on one night, the Sydney event features yet another stellar casting. Headlining and making fight appearances on the show are four of our Thailand fight team stars, namely Singdam, Manachai, Yodchai, and Spencer. The 3 Thai fighters will be making their first fight appearance in Australia while Spencer makes his return to Sydney after headlining the Next Generation showcase in May last year.
Besides the renowned athletes from the YOKKAO Training Center Bangkok, the stacked card will also feature top homegrown fighters from Australia. This is an event
YOKKAO is making its way back to Australia, marking its fourth visit to the country. Three Next Generation events have been held in the land down under to date and it is time to take it to the next level. Coming this 25 May, Australia will host the 39-40th edition of our promotion’s signature official event.
Australia has produced a series of renowned world champions with some of the most passionate fans of the sport. Some of the notable Australian Muay Thai fighters include John Wayne Parr, Toby Smith, and Victor Nagbe who fought Saenchai on YOKKAO 7. Just as it has been in the UK, the promotion will become -without any doubt- the top Muay Thai event in the country.
YOKKAO 39 - 40 is set to take place at the Australian Technology Park, and will feature an undercard of Next Generation bouts that will kick off at 16:00. To mark this historical event, we are lining up some of our b
Posted: June 04, 2018||
It has been 2 weeks since the memorable night of YOKKAO Next Generation Sydney. Spencer Brown faced and took a loss against former Channel 7 champion, Singpayak at the spectacular main event fight. In his interview with YOKKAO prior to the fight, Singpayak boldly claimed that he was “110%” confident of beating his opponent. The Thai fighter did exactly what he said he would do. There is a popular saying, “You either win or you learn”. Even those at the very top occasionally trip and fall. The same weekend, multitime champion Singdam took a loss in China against a younger fighter. This is the way of the fighting game. No one stays undefeated, not even the greatest fighters of all time. Muay Thai and combat sports in general, are unpredictable in nature - a wrong move can lead to devastating results. After a week of rest, Spencer is back at the YOKKAO Training Center Bangkok. Like a true warrior, he’s back on his feet and training at the gym with no time