One of the most anticipated match-ups at the upcoming YOKKAO 30 in Bolton was the headlining act featuring Singdam against Reece McAllister. Reece has had to pull out of the event as he had torn his hip and is in the hospital for treatment. The YOKKAO Team wish McAllister a speedy recovery and look forward to having him back soon in the ring.
Taking Reece McAllister’s place in the battle against Singdam will be fellow English fighter, Jack Kennedy. YOKKAO 30 marks Jack’s sixth appearance on the promotion and there are few as befitting as him as part of the main event. Fighting out of the Imperial Thai boxing Academy in Southport, Jack is a Golden Belt English Champion, as well as a ISKA British title holder. The 26 year-old Southport fighter is building a solid reputation as one of the most talented Muay Thai fighters in UK today. Jack has maintained a clean unbeaten record on YOKKAO events at 65kg but it looks like the Englishman will face perhaps his strongest opponent yet.
Fresh off a win at the Chinese kickboxing event, Wu Lin Feng, Singdam is back where he is in his element of full Muay Thai rules. YOKKAO 30 marks the end of a 2-year absence since Singdam’s last fight in UK back in 2015. The Black Lion is back in UK to make a statement and thirsting to tear any competition apart. This is certain to be an all-out-war.
The countdown to YOKKAO 29 - 30 begins with just 1 month left to the event. The March 10th show in Bolton Macron Stadium is stacked to the brim with world class Muay Thai athletes including Keith McLachlan vs Jonathan Haggerty, Craig Coakley vs Chris Whittle, Paul Karpowicz vs Ja Kiatphontip, Spencer Brown vs Connor McNab, Myk Estlick vs Luke Hill and a female brawl between Amy Pirnie vs Ilenia Perugini.
With such an exciting lineup, YOKKAO 29 - 30 is all set to be this season’s blockbuster event and guaranteed box office hit. Tickets are still on sale at www.yokkao.com/events/yokkao-29-30-tickets/
. Book your tickets now before they get sold out.