Saenchai & Manachai Team up for New YOKKAO Seminar Concept
The YOKKAO Seminar was first launched in December 2011 with the events conducted by famous Muay Thai fighters who impart techniques and their signature moves. Some of the stars who have led the seminars include Buakaw Banchamek, Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee and Saenchai.
Since 2017, YOKKAO Seminar has become synonymous with the living legend, Saenchai who has led every event as the sole celebrity fighter. Things are about to get a shake-up as YOKKAO Seminar introduces a new concept. YOKKAO young talent, Manachai will join his mentor for a YOKKAO Seminar beginning first in Stuttgart, Germany on 31st January 2019.
Saenchai is a true icon of Muay Thai, undeniably one of the most well-known figures in the sport. He has been entertaining and educating fans over the last decade all over the world. YOKKAO Seminars with Saenchai give fans a chance to learn a wide range of signature moves that have helped the superstar capture numerous titles over his illustrious career.
In addition to the standard seminar format as conducted by Saenchai, Manachai will be giving demonstration on pads to show how fighters train in Thailand. Participants who wish to spar with the young YOKKAO fighter will also get the opportunity at the seminar.
This will be Manachai’s first official YOKKAO Seminar and he brings to the table an exciting, relentless style that contrasts with the technical wizardry of Saenchai. The young fighter racked up an impressive 12 wins out of his last 13 appearances, with half of the victories via knockouts. He is a highly-entertaining fighter to watch in the ring, combining his raw power with great technical finesse inspired by Saenchai.
The team-up of Saenchai and Manachai presents an exclusive opportunity to learn from 2 exciting fighters. The dynamic duo will also be joined by Kru Petchdam (Jack), renowned champion trainer of YOKKAO fighters like Singdam and Manchai.
Gyms that are interested to host the YOKKAO seminars are welcome to write in and apply at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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