Monthly Archives: October 2019

  1. YOKKAO 43-44: Night of Hard Knocks

    YOKKAO 43-44: Night of Hard Knocks

    YOKKAO 43-44 will be remembered as one of the most brutal shows in the promotion’s history with nearly half of the fights ending in knockouts. A total of 7 TKOs and 4 KOs make up the results of the stacked 21-bout double-event. 

    Thousands of fans showed up at the University of Bolton stadium for yet another sold-out show which was broadcast live on Facebook and YouTube around the world. Nine exciting bouts on the undercard got the crowds fired off with high-octane action from young, up-and-coming talents including YOKKAO Agency fighter, Ellie Barker. 

    YOKKAO 43

    The main card picked up steaming heat in no time with three back-to-back knockouts. Audiences were also treated to one of the most memorable bouts of the evening from Brian Totty and Jack Kennedy who put on a classic display of elite Muay Thai action.

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  2. YOKKAO 43-44 Weigh-in Results

    YOKKAO 43-44 Weigh-in Results

    Just one more day to fight night at the University of Bolton Stadium and the competitors of YOKKAO 43 - 44 gathered this afternoon for the mandatory weigh-ins. All 42 fighters successfully made weight and are ready for tomorrow’s event.

    The undercard is expected to kick off at 14:30pm local time with the main card commencing at around 16:30pm. Connect with us via social media network to catch the action live and direct from Bolton. In the meantime, here is the final card along with the weigh-in results:

    ** Supershowdown Presents YOKKAO 44 **

    France vs Scotland 67kg
    Jeremy Payet 66.5kg vs Craig Dickson 66.7kg

    England vs Spain 59kg
    Niamh Kinehan 59kg vs Laura De Blas 58.1kg

    England vs Scotland 71kg
    Dan Butler 70.7kg vs Alex McGregor 71kg

    England vs Spain 57kg
    Jacob S

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  3. Manachai Steps In to Co-Headline YOKKAO Fight Night Bologna

    Manachai Steps In to Co-Headline YOKKAO Fight Night Bologna

    As announced earlier, Spencer has pulled out from YOKKAO Fight Night Bologna due to a suspected traumatic brain injury. The young fighter has ceased all training and is now undergoing further tests and recovery treatment until all symptoms are fully cleared. 

    Stepping in to face Italian fighter, Alessio D’Angelo in Bologna in place of Spencer will be none other than fellow teammate, Manachai. The former world champion took a hiatus since August and recently returned to the camp where he has resumed his training. 

    Manachai underwent a tough period over the last few months with the passing of his father. After an impressive run of undefeated performance in the last two years, Manachai took a stumble this year with two losses out of his three fight appearances. With six weeks left to Fight Night, training has picked up at top gear where he will look to make a statement with his ant

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  4. Spencer Out of YOKKAO Fight Night with Suspected Brain Trauma

    Spencer Out of YOKKAO Fight Night with Suspected Brain Trauma

    Originally set to co-headline 30th November’s YOKKAO Fight Night Bologna, Spencer has pulled out of the event due to suspected traumatic brain injury.

    Over the past week, Spencer has reported seeing flashes of light on a recurring basis on top of vertigo, dizzy spells, and other symptoms. It is uncertain when the injury was sustained but as a key concern of the YOKKAO Team to ensure the well-being of our fighters, we have consulted at three different hospitals (namely Sukhumvit Hospital, Bangkok Hospital and Samitivej Hospital respectively) to get a second and third opinion for an accurate diagnosis of his conditions.

    So far, Spencer has undergone various medical checkups including eye, MRI scans and other tests. Both the MRI and eye test results indicated no abnormalities, leading doctors to suspect brain trauma but further investigations will be conducted to arrive at a reliable d

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  5. Yokkao 43-44 Full Fight Card Announced

    Yokkao 43-44 Full Fight Card Announced

    YOKKAO is heading to the UK once again in two weeks’ time for another double event at the University of Bolton Stadium. A stacked card of 21 bouts have been lined up for the 26 October show featuring UK’s top Muay Thai athletes as well as visitors from Spain and Thailand.

    Originally primed for main event action, Liam Harrison has pulled out due to a knee injury sustained in his last fight at YOKKAO 41 in Dublin. He has been advised by medical specialist to stay out of training for 2 weeks in this period leading to the event, prompting the decision. We wish Harrison a speedy recovery and look forward to his next fight on the YOKKAO stage.

    Scotland’s very own Craig Dickson is stepping up on short notice to take on Payet for the challenge. Dickson is the current UK number 2 in the welterweight division with over 100 fights to his name. He has fought in Thailand for many years again

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  6. Spencer vs D’Angelo co-headlines YOKKAO Fight Night Bologna

    Spencer vs D’Angelo co-headlines YOKKAO Fight Night Bologna

    Another headlining act has been confirmed for YOKKAO Fight Night Bologna that will place on 30 November. In the co-main event will be Spencer from the YOKKAO Fight Team, taking on Italian fighter, Alessio D’Angelo.

    The coming fight marks Spencer’s return to the ring since his memorable performance at Dublin’s YOKKAO 41 in July. The Scotsman had been out of training having just completed a recent 3-week seminar tour with Saenchai in the USA. Never one to shy away from challenges, Spencer has picked up the tempo back at the gym and will take on former WMC world champion, D’Angelo a in the coming coheadliner. 

    Making his YOKKAO debut at Bologna, D’Angelo comes with over 10 years of professional experience under both Muay Thai and K1 rules. The Italian fighter has competed on top promotions such as Max Muay Thai, Thai Fight and Glory Kickboxing. D’Angelo also counts himself among those

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