Events

  1. YOKKAO 39: Yodchai vs Quan Trinh

    YOKKAO 39: Yodchai vs Quan Trinh

    Another banging matchup has just been confirmed for YOKKAO 39 in Sydney. It’s one WBC champion against another as Yodchai takes on Australian fighter, Quan Trinh.

    Making his Australian debut at the coming YOKKAO 39, Yodchai has acquired an almost pristine record over the past year. His powerful kicks and technical precision have won him increasingly more fans around the world. After headlining a recent show at the distinguished Lumpinee stadium, the current WBC Lightweight Intercontinental champion will make his return to the YOKKAO stage in Sydney to face his Australian opponent, Quan Trinh.

    Fighting out of Melbourne’s 8 Blade Warriors, Quan is a WBC MuayThai Super-Lightweight Victorian (state) champion. Quan is known for his forward-moving style and delivering wars in the ring but can be technical when the situation calls for it.

    This will either be a technical war

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  2. Spencer takes on Albert Xavier at YOKKAO 40

    Spencer takes on Albert Xavier at YOKKAO 40

    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

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  3. Dublin, Ireland set to host YOKKAO 41 - 42!

    Dublin, Ireland set to host YOKKAO 41 - 42!

    For the first time in YOKKAO history, we are bringing our signature official event to the Land of Eire! After months in planning, the inaugural YOKKAO Ireland event has been confirmed for 27 July in the Irish capital of Dublin.

    Organized in partnership with YOKKAO UK promoter, Brian Calder and renowned Irish fight coach, Collie Mahon, YOKKAO 41 - 42 will feature the region’s best and up-and-coming fighters. Fans can expect to catch regulars from the YOKKAO UK shows including Ireland’s very own knockout specialist, Craig Coakley in action.

    With YOKKAO 39 - 40 set to take place in Sydney, Australia and YOKKAO 41 - 42 in Dublin, our international reach is expanding with more events around the world. These events come as part of our initiatives to drive the sport of Muay Thai regionally and globally.

    YOKKAO 41 - 42 will be held at the National Basketball Arena in

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  4. Singdam vs Alexi Petroulias to Headline YOKKAO 39

    Singdam vs Alexi Petroulias to Headline YOKKAO 39

    With about a month away to d-day at YOKKAO 39 - 40 in Sydney, the first matchup has just been confirmed. Multi-time stadium champion Singdam is set to take on Alexi Petroulias for the main event on YOKKAO 39.

    Petroulias is one of the most prominent fighters on the Australian Muay Thai circuit. He has held a number of top honors in the country including the WBC Australian Super Lightweight and Welterweight titles. Fighting out of 8 Blade Warriors in Melbourne, Australia, Petroulias received the “Pro Male Fighter of the year” and “Most Technical Fighter of the year” at the Australian Muay Thai awards in 2015.

    The Australian fighter will now put his skills and razor sharp elbows to the test as he faces Muay Thai legend, Singdam at YOKKAO 39.

    Holding 275 wins in 345 fights, Singdam has won numerous titles at the highest level including the coveted Sports Writer Fighter

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  5. YOKKAO Fight Team Stars to Headline Sydney Double Event

    YOKKAO Fight Team Stars to Headline Sydney Double Event

    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

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  6. YOKKAO 39 - 40 Confirmed for Sydney 25th May

    YOKKAO 39 - 40 Confirmed for Sydney 25th May

    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

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  7. Manachai Collects Another KO Victory in Phuket

    Manachai Collects Another KO Victory in Phuket

    After more than two months away from the boxing ring, Manachai returned to the spotlight as he headlined the card at Phuket’s Bangla Stadium on 3 April. He was matched against Starboy from Saengsingyut Gym in the main event of the evening.

    The bout kicked off in a moderate pace with both fighters feeling out their opponents. The pace soon picked up in the second round as Starboy took to disarm Manachai’s offense, locking up the fight in the clinch. Starboy’s strategy was soon thwarted and dismantled. Manachai first countered with a series of takedowns, then unleashed a rapidfire of his signature low kick strikes that left Starboy crumbling onto the canvas. The fight ended at this point via referee stoppage and Manachai took home the win with 30 seconds left to the end of round 2.

    The victory marks Manachai’s first win since his ankle injury but our young fighter is now back on trac

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  8. YOKKAO 37 - 38: An Unstoppable Force

    YOKKAO 37 - 38: An Unstoppable Force

    It was yet another sold-out success with YOKKAO 37 - 38 held last Saturday, 23 March at the University of Bolton stadium. UK fight fans were presented with a stacked 19-bout card featuring the best of the region, along with headlining Thai stars, Superbank Sakchaichote and Rambo Phet Por Tor Aor.

    8 bouts on the undercard kickstarted the event off on the right note with intense non-stop action and a couple of knockouts to liven up the atmosphere. Some notable performances include up-and-coming fighters Kieran Lee, Ryan Stockley and Corey McLachlan who furthered their winning streak on the Next Generation scorecards.

    YOKKAO 37

    With the crowds suitably fired up after the undercard matchups, YOKKAO 37 took the action up another notch. Glyn Blackburn and Alex McGregor both made a powerful impression with their promotional debuts,

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  9. YOKKAO 37 - 38 Weigh -In Results

    YOKKAO 37 - 38 Weigh -In Results

    It’s one more day to YOKKAO 37 - 38 and the fighters gathered this afternoon at the Bolton Macron Stadium for their weigh-ins. All 38 fighters have successfully made weight and ready for tomorrow’s showdown.

    The event is expected to kick off tomorrow with the undercard at 14:30pm local time and the main card will commence at 16:30pm. Connect with us via social media network to catch some of the action live and direct from Bolton. Here are today’s weigh-in results:

    ** Supershowdown presents YOKKAO 38 **

    Thailand vs Scotland 65kg
    Rambo Phet Por Tor Aor 64.8kg vs Chris Shaw 65kg

    Ireland vs England 63.5kg
    Craig Coakley 63.4kg vs Mo Abdurahman 62.5kg

    England vs England Female Fight 59kg
    Niamh Kinehan 58.7kg vs Lucy Payne 57.9kg

    England vs England 72.5kg
    Joe Craven 71.9kg vs Chris Shaw 72kg

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  10. Double Victory Weekend for YOKKAO Fight Team

    Double Victory Weekend for YOKKAO Fight Team

    The YOKKAO Fight Team strikes again with a double victory over the weekend.

    First up on 8 March, Saenchai made his first fight appearance in UAE as the main event at Fight Night Dubai. The living legend took on Valerii Abramenko from Ukraine in a welterweight bout for 3 rounds under full Muay Thai rules.

    Abramenko is an European Muay Thai champion and up-and-coming fighter known for his high knockout rate. The Ukrainian went the distance but fall short of a win, marred by the dominating performance from Saenchai. After three exciting rounds, all judges’ scored in favor of the Thai legend who put on a memorable display of his signature moves for the local fight fans.

    Back in Thailand, Spencer made his promotional debut for All Star Fight on Saturday, 9 March in Bangkok. Organized in partnership with the Royal Thai Army, the special World Soldier edition of All S

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