Monthly Archives: November 2018

  1. YOKKAO 35: Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee vs Luca Tagliarino

    YOKKAO 35: Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee vs Luca Tagliarino

    It’s been nearly 5 years since his last YOKKAO appearance. Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee is now all set to return to the promotion this coming January in Turin Italy for YOKKAO 35 where he takes on Italian fighter Luca Tagliarino in a 74kg matchup. With a record of 287 wins in 343 fights, Sudsakorn is one of the most prolific fighters of this generation. The multi-time champion is a household name among Muay Thai fans, having fought on promotions almost everywhere in the world. Coincidentally, he lived and trained in Turin for a few years during which he made a name for himself in Europe early in his career. An exciting and entertaining fighter in the ring, Sudsakorn’s most recent appearance was on All-Star Fight where he went home victorious with a round-1 win by KO. The Thai star will face Luca Tagliarino who fights out of Team De Gym in Milan Italy. Like his opponent, Tagliarino is a Kard Chuek exponent where he holds the WTKA European championship title. The 34 year-old Italian

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  2. Liam Harrison Confirmed for YOKKAO 35 in Italy

    Liam Harrison Confirmed for YOKKAO 35 in Italy

    Another Muay Thai superstar is now set to join the A-list of fighters that have already been confirmed for YOKKAO 35 in Turin Italy. He is none other than YOKKAO world champion and UK number one, Liam Harrison. A household name in the world of Muay Thai,  the Hitman hardly needs any introduction for fans of the sport. Known for his hard-hitting fight style in the ring, Harrison is widely recognized as one of best fighters ever to come out of UK. The multiple-time world champion recently received the WBC MuayThai global ambassador award, becoming the second ever recipient of the title in history. Fans worldwide have been looking enthusiastically to Harrison’s return to the ring since the fight star’s last appearance in December 2017. The Englishman is now on track to make an explosive comeback in Italy. YOKKAO 35 - 36 is gearing up to be a truly star-studded show. Taking place on 26 January 2019, the double event features the top Muay Thai stars including Saenchai,

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  3. YOKKAO 35: Yodchai vs Jonathan Astarita

    YOKKAO 35: Yodchai vs Jonathan Astarita

    The dates are counting down and it’s 2 months away from YOKKAO 35 - 36. Matchmaking is reaching the last stages as the fight cards get finalized. One more exciting bout is now confirmed for YOKKAO 35, featuring Yodchai taking on Jonathan Astarita from Italy. Set to make his Italian debut, Yodchai is a fighter to watch for in the coming event. Under the mentorship of the YOKKAO trainers as well as team mates like Saenchai and Singdam, the 23 year-old is emerging as one of the camp’s most exciting young fighters. Yodchai has been known to turn up the action in the ring, finishing fights with deadly elbows and a sharp technical precision. He will look to make a strong first impression at Turin when he faces Jonathan Astarita. Training out of Vayupak Gym in Aosta Valley, Astarita is a Muay Thai and K1 Italy champion. The 29 year-old is a technical fighter known for his skillful sweeps and distinctive hairstyle. Astarita is also a crowd favorite who will have the home ground

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  4. YOKKAO 36: Spencer Brown vs Luca Roma

    YOKKAO 36: Spencer Brown vs Luca Roma

    As the date draws nearer with about 2 months to fight night, another matchup has just been confirmed for YOKKAO 36. Come 26 January, Spencer Brown will go head to head with Italian Muay Thai champion Luca Roma in a 63.5kg bout. Fresh off his recent win in Hong Kong on YOKKAO 34, Spencer has resumed training ahead of his Italian debut. The 21 year-old has built a reputation for always bringing a war in the ring, never backing down from a head-on confrontation. With his dynamite forward-moving approach coupled with an increasingly well-rounded fighting style, Spencer is ready to make a splash on YOKKAO 36. Taking on the YOKKAO fighter is Luca Roma who fights on home ground for the coming face-off. Fighting out of De Gym Muay Thai in Milan Italy, Roma holds a record of 49 fights with 37 wins. The 24 year-old Italian is not one to shy away from confrontation much like his opponent. Roma is a WMO world champion and has most recently fought against living legend Saenchai in Rome. With his

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  5. YOKKAO Black Friday Sales Begin Today

    YOKKAO Black Friday Sales Begin Today

    In many parts of the world, Black Friday marks the beginning of the year-end festive shopping season. The annual occasion marks the time when merchants offer great deals and discounts and is traditionally held a day after Thanksgiving Day in the United States. Black Friday has also become an annual event at YOKKAO since 2016 and the tradition continues this year. Beginning today, YOKKAO products will receive 30% discount storewide! The Black Friday sales have arrived at a perfect time as new collections have just been added to the YOKKAO catalogue over the last 2 months. Customers can expect a price markdown during this period on the latest releases like Skullz, Apex, Hustle and new additions to the Matrix and Double Impact series. YOKKAO Black Friday sales will be held over the next few days. It’s a great time to revamp training gear and equipment, as well as load up on both the latest and classic apparel. To enjoy the discount, simply use the coupon code BLACKFRIDAY during

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  6. YOKKAO 36 Main Event: Saenchai vs Cristian Faustino

    YOKKAO 36 Main Event: Saenchai vs Cristian Faustino

    Over 30 of the world’s top Muay Thai athletes from around the world will make their way to Turin Italy for YOKKAO 35 - 36 this coming January. Without a doubt, one of the most anticipated fight appearances for the event has to be living legend Saenchai. The match-up has just been confirmed and the Muay Thai fighting icon will face Italian fighter Cristian Faustino in the YOKKAO 36 main event. Saenchai is widely recognized as a boxing ring wizard. He continues to compete against fighters from all corners of the globe and entertain fans with a flamboyant yet effective fighting style. Through his career, Saenchai has proven time and time again why he is arguably the greatest fighter in the world of Thai boxing. At last count, he has remain undefeated since November 2014 with a remarkable 41-win streak, a record that he seeks to extend at YOKKAO 36. Faustino is the next in line to attempt to put a stop to the undefeated campaign of the Thai legend. The 28 year-old Italian competes

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  7. Yodchai Joins YOKKAO 35 in Italy

    Yodchai Joins YOKKAO 35 in Italy

    YOKKAO 35 - 36 is shaping up to be one of the promotion’s biggest shows. A host of top fighters have already been confirmed including Saenchai, Singdam, Manachai, Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee and Spencer Brown. Another prominent young fighter is set to join the rest of the stellar cast on 26 January in Turin Italy -   he is none other than Yodchai YOKKAOSaenchaiGym. Yodchai signed on as a member of the YOKKAO Fight Team in 2016, moving from his previous camp in Singburi to Bangkok where he now resides. With a calm demeanour outside the ring, Yodchai is a dangerous man when he gets into the squared circle. He is known to swoop in for the kill, having racked up a series of KO-wins over the past year. On his last outing at YOKKAO 33 in Hong Kong, he finished by scoring a round-1 TKO after landing a vicious elbow. Yodchai is an exciting fighter to watch in the ring, fighting with a technical finesse and relentless offense. The 23 year-old is also a regular on the elite Thai circuit,

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  8. Singdam vs Jeremy Payet To Headline YOKKAO 35

    Singdam vs Jeremy Payet To Headline YOKKAO 35

    It’s about 3 months away from the highly-anticipated YOKKAO 35 - 36 and the first matchup has just been confirmed. Multi-time champion Singdam is set to take on French fighter Jeremy Payet for the main event on YOKKAO 35. After a 5-month hiatus, Singdam returned to the squared circle in October to headline YOKKAO 33 in Hong Kong. The 34 year-old Muay Thai star put his experience to advantage against a younger, fitter opponent to take home the win. An acclaimed knee-fighter who is also known for his powerful kicks, Singdam will now look to continue building on his legacy as he makes his Italian debut. Payet is a prominent figure in the French and European fight scene. Not only has he clocked an amazing 10 wins out of his last 11 outings, he finished an astounding 9 of the fights via knockouts. The 24 year-old will put his KO power to the test against the more experienced Singdam in a matchup that is expected to be an explosive affair. Organized in partnership with Thai Boxe

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  9. Breaking News: Liam Harrison at YOKKAO Training Center Bangkok!

    Breaking News: Liam Harrison at YOKKAO Training Center Bangkok!

    While YOKKAO Training Center Bangkok has no short of visitors on a daily basis, the gym received a special guest on Tuesday. He is none other than UK number one and YOKKAO World Champion Liam Harrison. Harrison has flew halfway across the globe to be at the YOKKAO camp for a few weeks of training in preparation of his upcoming fight. On the cards for the UK legend is his highly-anticipated and confirmed on YOKKAO 38 in Bolton on 23 March 2019. Matchmaking is in the final stages and word has it that he will square off against an elite fighter. The YOKKAO World Title -65kg will be on the line and Harrison is not taking it lightly. In his 20-year career, the Englishman has won top accolades of the sport including WBC world titles. He was also the recipient of Muay Siam Magazine Foreign Fighter of the Year in 2007. Harrison won the YOKKAO World Champion title in 2016 and has since defended it successfully on 2 different occasions. The Muay Thai star’s last appearance in the YOKKAO

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  10. YOKKAO Reaches New Milestone With Manachai’s WBC Title Win

    YOKKAO Reaches New Milestone With Manachai’s WBC Title Win

    YOKKAO recently held its 33rd and 34th edition of its official event in Hong Kong. For the first time ever, YOKKAO hosted a WBC Muay Thai World title bout as the main event showpiece. The headlining matchup featured Manachai against Brazilian fighter Julio Lobo for the welterweight championship belt. With the coveted title on the line, both fighters delivered the performance of their respective careers. Manachai edged over his opponent with a sound strategy, dismantling Lobo’s advantageous reach through a tight defense and well-strategized offense. After a hard-fought battle that went to the judges, the YOKKAO fighter won the fight on points to take home the WBC championship gold. As a Muay Thai brand, YOKKAO is perhaps best known for its premium range of fight gear, equipment and apparel. YOKKAO event promotions and seminars are also widely acclaimed on an international
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