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  1. YOKKAO 35 – 36 Almost Sold Out

    YOKKAO 35 – 36 Almost Sold Out

    The countdown has officially begun for YOKKAO 35 - 36 with 9 days to fight night in Turin Italy. For the first time ever, our official event will be held at the 5000-seat PalaRuffini. Tickets are almost sold out and a massive congregation of Muay Thai fans are expected at the indoor arena on Saturday, 26 January. YOKKAO 35 - 36 features one of the most star-studded lineups to date with fight appearances by Saenchai, Singdam, Manachai, Yodchai, Spencer, Sudsakorn and Liam Harrison. The stacked card brings together 26 matches in total including the Next Generation undercard and a Kids showcase. Three titles will be contested with Manachai vying for the WMC Intercontinental title against Luca Falco; Yodchai taking on Jonathan Astarita for the WBC Lightweight Intercontinental title; and Spencer squaring off against Luca Roma for the WBC Super-Lightweight European title. VIP tickets are officially sold out with limited seats available at TicketOne via sport.ticketone.it/43196/90600704/thai-boxe-mania-presenta-yokkao-35-36

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  2. YOKKAO 35 - 36 Full Fight Card

    YOKKAO 35 - 36 Full Fight Card

    YOKKAO 35 - 36 is about one week away from fight night next Saturday, 26 January. The event is set to take place at the PalaRuffini indoor arena in Turin, Italy. Here’s a look at the full fight card: ** YOKKAO 35 ** YOKKAO Fight Team Thailand vs France 66kg Singdam YOKKAOSaenchaigym vs Jeremy Payet WBC Lightweight Intercontinental Title 61.2kg YOKKAO Fight Team Thailand vs Italy Yodchai YOKKAOSaenchaigym vs Jonathan Astarita WBC Super-Lightweight European title 63.5kg YOKKAO Fight Team Thailand vs Italy Spencer YOKKAOSaenchaigym vs Luca Roma Thailand vs Italy 61kg Thongchai Petchrungruang vs Matteo Deluca Italy vs Romania 72.5kg Francesco Laquale vs Manolea Doru Italy vs France 71kg Yao Agbetiafa Vs Damien Cazambo YOKKAO Team Hong Kong vs Italy 60kg Ng King Chung vs Rustam Vyntu Italy vs Italy 91kg Michele Mastromatteo vs Tony Rubio ** YOKKAO KIDS ** Leo Papa Vs Nicola Sanzione -33kg ** YOKKAO 36 ** YOKKAO Team Thailand vs Italy 65kg Saenchai PKSaenchaimuaythaigym v

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  3. YOKKAO 38: Joe Craven vs Chris Shaw

    YOKKAO 38: Joe Craven vs Chris Shaw

    The card for YOKKAO 37 - 38 is stacking up with another fight confirmed for the 23 March event. UK number one, Joe Craven will be defending his spot against Scotland’s Chris Shaw in a 72.5-kg showdown. Craven made it to the top of the chart last August and saw a pristine undefeated fight record for 2018. He has picked up 3 wins on YOKKAO promotions to date including a decision against Jake Purdy last October. Fighting out of the renowned Bad Company gym in Leeds, Craven will defend his number one spot against another middleweight maestro, Chris Shaw. Shaw will make his return to the YOKKAO stage after more than a year since his memorable round-one KO victory against Connor McCormack on YOKKAO 28. 2018 saw him slipping off the UK rankings but he’s back to claim his spot. The multi-time champion will have to go through a tough-as-nails Craven, as he regains his momentum in the race to the top. The middleweight clash between Craven and Shaw now joins a card of exciting fights including

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  4. YOKKAO Best Fights of 2018

    YOKKAO Best Fights of 2018

    2019 is already upon us with YOKKAO 35 - 36 less than two weeks away to kick off a new year of events. 2018 was filled with highlights from our 3 double events as well as a series of Next Generation and Kids shows. We witnessed many all-out wars in the ring, some devastating knockouts, and the crowning of Manachai as the new WBC world welterweight champion. Here’s a recap of the top fights from 2018:

    YOKKAO 29: Jonathan Haggerty vs Keith McLachlan

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  5. Liam Harrison Back At YOKKAO Camp In Preparation for Italy

    Liam Harrison Back At YOKKAO Camp In Preparation for Italy

    YOKKAO 35 - 36 is just less than three weeks away, and things are heating up at the YOKKAO Training Center Bangkok. Joining our fighters this week at the camp is UK legend, Liam Harrison who is back in preparation for the coming event in Turin, Italy.

    Harrison has stepped up the intensity at training after a day or 2 acclimating to the Bangkok heat. As “iron sharpens iron”, he has been sparring with Saenchai and Manachai on top of the daily intensive rounds on the pads with our trainers.

    The Hitman looks to be in great shape and ready for his challenge where he will square off against Italian fighter, Ivan Naccari. The UK fighter’s last appearance in the YOKKAO ring saw him walked away with a victory against Kevin Burmester back in October of 2017. Harrison is now laser-focused on marking his return in spectacular fashion. We expect to see him put on a show against Naccari in Italy.

    There will be more to come as Harrison has also been confirmed for the YOKKAO 37 -

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  6. YOKKAO Featured On DHL Business Spotlight

    YOKKAO Featured On DHL Business Spotlight

    With 70% of YOKKAO product sales coming from online purchases by overseas customers, a reliable worldwide delivery service is vital to its success. From the brand’s early beginnings, YOKKAO has relied on DHL Express for its logistics needs and the partnership continues to this day. Last month, DHL made a very special visit to YOKKAO Training Center Bangkok. A production crew arrived to film and interview YOKKAO key person Stefania Picelli who shared about the brand’s global business as well as the sport of Muay Thai. An article titled “Championing Muay Thai: A Local Manufacturer’s Journey to Becoming A Global Brand“ has now been released based on the interview. It is published on DHL’s Logistics of Things website that highlights market trends and showcases impactful businesses in the global economy. The article reveals ins

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  7. YOKKAO Kids Shine in Turin

    YOKKAO Kids Shine in Turin

    Over the weekend on 16 December, a double-bill showcase featuring YOKKAO Next Generation and YOKKAO Kids took place at Thai Boxe Torino in Turin Italy. Organized in partnership with Carlo Barbuto, a stacked card of up-and-coming fighters as well as some very young athletes took to the ring. Teams and supporters showed up to rally behind their fighters who were pitted against each other in an exciting display of Muay Thai skills. For many in attendance, the highlight of the show was the young competitors of the YOKKAO Kids segment. Some of them were as young as 8 years old. These promising junior fighters  put on one intense match up after another, leaving the crowd in awe and the parents proud. This is just a preview of what’s to come as YOKKAO Kids will return for a bigger show on 27 January 2019 set to take place at the 5000-seat PalaRuffini arena in Turin. The massive event will host fighters from Italy and countries around the region, as well as junior Thai fighters who train ou

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  8. Manachai & Yodchai Fighting This Sunday in Phuket!

    Manachai & Yodchai Fighting This Sunday in Phuket!

    YOKKAO Next Generation returns once again to the island of Phuket on Sunday, 23 December. On top of a card of young promising competitors, the event will be co-headlined by YOKKAO stars: Manachai and Yodchai. It’s another day at the office for both Thai fighters who are coming into the event ahead of their respective title bouts at the highly-anticipated YOKKAO 35 -36 in Italy next month. This is no warm-up fight or walkover with Manachai taking on Thanungoen Por Lakboon and Yodchai matched up against Por Uthai Sor Jor Piek Uthai - both formidable fighters in their own right. With its reputation as a premier Muay Thai training destination, Phuket has no shortage of fighters who are ready to put their skills to the test in the ring. Many of whom are also looking for their big break on the international scene. YOKKAO Next Generation has served as one of the most prominent platforms providing wider exposure with potential opportunities to be talent-spotted for international events. T
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  9. YOKKAO 38: Nathan Bendon vs Craig Coakley

    YOKKAO 38: Nathan Bendon vs Craig Coakley

    Preparations for YOKKAO 37 - 38 is officially underway with some familiar names and new faces already confirmed for the 23 March show. Two YOKKAO event regulars are ready to return to Bolton Macron Stadium for a face-off and it’s none other than Nathan Bendon vs Craig Coakley. Nathan Bendon proved his place in the sport when he took on Rambo Phet Por Tor Aor at YOKKAO 32 with less than a month’s notice. The UK fighter fought tooth and nail against an elite Thai champion in one of the night’s most memorable fight, showing he can hold his own against the best. Bendon is back for his third YOKKAO appearance in another challenging bout as he faces the KO extraordinaire, Craig Coakley. Coakley is fast becoming a staple on the YOKKAO card in Bolton. The Irish fighter has scored an impressive hat trick of knockouts in all 3 of his YOKKAO fights. No easy feat considering the tough competition he has faced including UK favorites like Myk Estlick and Jack Kennedy. Coakley is on a roll and he is

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  10. YOKKAO 35: Yodchai Gets WBC Title Shot Against Astarita!

    YOKKAO 35: Yodchai Gets WBC Title Shot Against Astarita!

    A third title bout has now been confirmed and added to YOKKAO 35 - 36 taking place on 26 January 2019. The previously announced fight between Yodchai from YOKKAO Fight Team and Jonathan Astarita from Italy will now be an official WBC Lightweight Intercontinental title match. Yodchai has built a reputation as a highly exciting fighter to watch in the ring, with a string of outstanding performances over the past 2 years in both domestic and international competitions. Fighting since the age of 8, it’s now his time to shine as the 23 year-old finally gets his major title shot at the coming YOKKAO 35 Italian showdown. Astarita is himself a Muay Thai and K1 Italy champion. Like Yodchai, the 29 year-old Italian fighter is known for his technical ring style with skillful sweeps to rival the best. It’s a clash of skills and power with both fighters looking for a strong finish at YOKKAO 35. It’s all or nothing, as only one will make it home with the WBC gold. Two other exciting title brawl
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