Monthly Archives: August 2019

  1. YOKKAO Seminar USA Tour Kicks Off in New York

    YOKKAO Seminar USA Tour Kicks Off in New York

    After 20 hours of flight travel, the YOKKAO Seminar team officially arrived at New York’s JFK international airport on 29 August. Over the course of the next 3 weeks, the team will travel in an RV as they visit 20 gyms across the US in cities including New York, Chicago, Miami, Los Angeles and many others. 

    Each seminar, headlined by Saenchai, offers participants to learn the many signature techniques from the Muay Thai living legend first-hand. There will also be opportunities to spar with Saenchai and the seminar team members like Spencer and Yodchai. 

    After a brief tour of the city, the tour kicked off on 30 August in New York at the Striking 101 to a full house crowd. The team will next head to New Jersey, Maryland and Pennsylvania over the long weekend. 

    We received an overwhelming response from fans and gyms in the country since the seminar tour was firs

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  2. YOKKAO 44: Joe Craven vs Alex McGregor

    YOKKAO 44: Joe Craven vs Alex McGregor

    Another potentially explosive matchup has just been confirmed for YOKKAO 44 that is set to take place in Bolton. UK middleweight number one, Joe Craven will take on young Scottish talent, Alex MacGregor in a 72-kg faceoff.

    Fighting out of the renowned Bad Company Gym, Craven needs little introduction for the UK fight fans. He has achieved an unbeaten record in all his four appearances on the YOKKAO promotions to date. After his victory against Chris Shaw in March, Craven will return to the Bolton stage to face his towering opponent.

    McGregor made UK fans sit up and take notice when he made his promotional debut at YOKKAO 37. The 23-year-old fighter went into the fight as the underdog against hot-favorite, Niall Brown. McGregor put on a stunning performance to take home the win via decision and earned his ticket for his return to the YOKKAO ring this October. 

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  3. YOKKAO 44: Niamh Kinehan vs Jodie Clunan

    YOKKAO 44: Niamh Kinehan vs Jodie Clunan

    Matchmaking is officially underway for October 26th’s YOKKAO 43-44, set to take place once again at the Bolton Macron Stadium in the UK. The first bout has just been confirmed and it will feature a 59-kg female clash between Jodie Clunan and current UK number one, Niamh Kinehan.

    Fighting out of Liverpool’s PTB Academy, Clunan is no stranger to our promotion. She made a promising winning debut on the undercard at YOKKAO 29-30 last year and she’s now ready for main card action. Clunan currently ranks number 5 on the UK ranking, after placing at the second spot last year. The 28-year-old is back to make the climb back up the charts and challenge Kinehan in the quest for the number one spot. 

    Kinehan made a splash with a stunning round-1 finisher in her YOKKAO debut last year. After an all-out war and memorable performance against Lucy Payne in March, she is due for another return to the

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  4. Full Schedule Announced for YOKKAO Seminar USA Tour

    Full Schedule Announced for YOKKAO Seminar USA Tour

    Months of planning and preparations have culminated in the biggest YOKKAO Seminar Tour to date. Led by global Muay Thai icon, Saenchai, 20 seminar stops have been confirmed for the tour in 20 different cities around the USA from 30 August to 20 September.

    The response from gyms and fans has been positive since the announcement of the tour. Originally planned for 1 to 15 September, the tour duration was extended in order to accommodate as many requests as possible. 

    Joining Saenchai on the tour will be Spencer, Yodchai and Kru Petchdam (Jack) from the YOKKAO Thailand Team who will assist in the technique demonstrations and give additional attention. 

    Participants of YOKKAO Seminar can expect to learn many signature moves as popularised by Saenchai. Selected fans will also get the opportunity to spar with the living legend as well as Spencer and Yodchai. Each seminar w

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