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  1. YOKKAO Breaking into the Market with Latest Innovation to Kicking Pads!

    YOKKAO Breaking into the Market with Latest Innovation to Kicking Pads!

    Thanks to the recent opening of the new factory and the expansion into R&D by creating a specialized team, Yokkao breaks into the fight market with the first of it's innovative equipment targeting fans of Muay Thai and MMA worldwide. YOKKAO CURVED KICKING PADS After several months of product development and testing in collaboration with the best trainers and fighters of Thailand, Yokkao launches into the market the brand new never before made, Yokkao Curved Kicking Pads 100% handmade in Thailand from premium quality leather and five well distributed layers of absorption. Officially approved by the Yokkao Fight Team and now in use, the pads are previewing at Yokkao Training Center in Pattaya (Sityodtong), Bangkokg 13 Coins and PK SaenchaiMuayThaiGym, Sidney (SRG Yokkao Training Center), China, Korea, Malaysia, Republic of San Marino and the UK (Bad Company Gym Leeds). The Yokkao Curved Kicking Pads beat all records for

  2. PK Saenchai MuayThaiGym: training schedule and prices!

    PK Saenchai MuayThaiGym: training schedule and prices!

    Located in the Surasak area of Bangkok, PK SaenchaiMuayThaiGym Yokkao Training Center is one of the most extreme Muay Thai camps ever to have opened in Bangkok. In terms of names associated with this facility, PK SaenchaiMuayThaiGym has already beat everyone. Never before has so many champions and fighters of Lumpinee gathered under one roof: the living legend of Muay Thai, Saenchai, Pakorn with his World Yokkao Champion belt of -65kg, Kongsak, Sirimongkol, Chanajon, Wanchalong, Prachanchay and many others  together with their trainers . All now creating what will be considered, the Top Team of Muay Thai in Thailand.

    PK Saenchai Muay Thai Gym

    As of today you can work out at PK SaenchaiMuayThaiGym and follow in the steps of

  3. PK Saenchai MuayThaiGym: the Top Hardcore Muay Thai Gym opening soon in Bangkok!

    PK Saenchai MuayThaiGym: the Top Hardcore Muay Thai Gym opening soon in Bangkok!

    It took only a couple of pictures on Insta @yokkao and on Saenchai's Facebook profile to make the news go viral triggering the curiosity of Muay Thai enthusiasts from all over the world who are sending in requests to the Yokkao Boxing Team to learn additional information about the opening of the new Muay Thai camp. [caption id="attachment_355" align="alignright" width="420"]Saenchai PKSaenchaiMuayThaiGym Saenchai PKSaenchaiMuayThaiGym[/caption] PK Saenchai MuayThaiGym is set to become apart of history as the most hardcore Yokkao Training Center that you can find in Thailand: Muay Thai to the extreme in a camp compeletly furnished with Yokkao equipment,

  4. Pakorn gets the VISA for UK, Kongsak, Rumnai and trainers get refused!

    Pakorn gets the VISA for UK, Kongsak, Rumnai and trainers get refused!

    After a September 22nd confirmation by the VISA call center that each of the fighters and trainers would be issued VISAS and a confirmed e-mail appointment to pick up the fighters’ and trainers’ passports on September 25th, the British Embassy delivered an unexpected surprise. They would only be issuing a VISA to Pakorn, while his trainer, Kongsak, Rumnai, and their trainers would be denied. Each of the team members filed the same applications and provided the same documents. Pakorn was the only one to get the VISA. Motivation is linked to the embassy and their policy on not decisively clearing the professions of fighters and trainers. In a further attempt to fix the problem, Yokkao asked why there was no request for the additional documents needed when filing online. Immigration responded that “the embassy has no elements to help with the issuance of VISAS, the procedure must be done online." [caption id="attachment_167" align="alignright" width="240"]

  5. Tim Thomas replaces Liam Harrison to fight Kongsak at YOKKAO 10!

    Tim Thomas replaces Liam Harrison to fight Kongsak at YOKKAO 10!

    It’s been confirmed that Tim Thomas will replace Liam Harrison to fight Kongsak Sitboonmee in the 65kg weight class in 5x5 minute rounds of full Muay Thai action. Tim Thomas, who is already known for his performance against Reece Mc Allister at YOKKAO 8, is now set to make his return against the highly decorated Muay Thai fighter, Kongsak Sitboonmee. At the news of the change of opponent, Kongsak said “I imagined that Liam for one reason or another would not fight with me. I’m ready for any fighter.” Tim Thomas is a fighter with all the right credentials and an excellent record of 78 fights with 61 wins, 15 losses, and 2 draws. Kongsak, with a record of over 300 fights, is a step up for any fighter. Tim Thomas’s skills will surely be tested when he will face the Thai champion. Tim Thomas vs Kongsak Sitboonmee will take place at YOKKAO 10. The main event of YOKKAO 10 will feature Jordan Watson vs Mickael Piscitello. The question

  6. Liam Harrison out of YOKKAO 11 due to injury!

    Liam Harrison out of YOKKAO 11 due to injury!

    It's official. Liam Harrison will not be able to fight against Kongsak [caption id="attachment_133" align="alignright" width="250"]Liam Harrison's shin Liam Harrison's shin[/caption] Sitboonmee at YOKKAO 11 due to a shin injury that Liam sustained in his recent fight against Mehdi Zathout. Liam Harrison and his trainer Richard Smith (Bad Company Yokkao Training Center), initially confirmed the participation in the event thinking that the injury would heal quick enough to have time to prepare for Kongsak. In fact, the injury was not that serious, but the doctor who examined Harrison did not give him the green light to fight. "The health of the athletes is first of all, we want the fighter to be at 100% of their capacity,” declared

  7. YOKKAO 10 and YOKKAO 11 Full-Cards!

    YOKKAO 10 and YOKKAO 11 Full-Cards!

    The complete fight cards for YOKKAO 10 and YOKKAO 11 have been officially released. The two massive events that will take place in the same night, have been dubbed by many fans as the “Muay Thai Day of the Year.” Promoters Stefania Picelli and Brian Calder came together with the idea to host two events on the same day as a way to give fans the most anticipated day in Muay Thai, the kind of day that, if you a real fan of Muay Thai, you won’t want to miss. If you have been following our Facebook and Twitter feeds, then you will already know about our action filled cards. If you haven't, here are the cards in full: YOKKAO 10 [caption id="attachment_107" align="alignright" width="350"]Jordan Watson vs Kem Sitsongpeenong at Yokkao Extreme 2013

  8. Liam Harrison’s reply to Kongsak!

    Liam Harrison’s reply to Kongsak!

    After defeating Mehdi Zatout for the WBC world title this Saturday in England, Liam Harrison asked Yokkao for the chance to reply to what Kongsak declared during his last interview released few days ago. In that interview Kongsak defined Liam Harrison as an “average” fighter, a reductive adjective for someone who won 4 world titles, faced off against the best fighters and has also been considered by the Muay Thai legend, Saenchai, as "the best farang I have ever fought with.” With an atmosphere of a real war this fight is becoming more interesting than what was expected. But that’s not all because Yokkao Boxing has some even bigger news on the way. Don't miss YOKKAO 10 and YOKKAO 11, 2 events in 1 night saturday 11th October 2014 Reebok Stadium - Bolton. Tickets are on sale at >>> www.yokkao.com/events/muay-thai-combat-mania-yokkao-10-11-tickets/  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XyxRmxW75Y [caption id="attachment_98" align="alignnone"

  9. Kongsak Sitboonmee talks Liam Harrison for YOKKAO 11!

    Kongsak Sitboonmee talks Liam Harrison for YOKKAO 11!

    Here is Kongsak Sitboonmee’s interview that was released yesterday on youtube.com/YokkaoBoxing. Kongsak is the newest fighter of Yokkao’s Military Fight Team and will face off with Liam Harrison on Saturday, October 11, in Bolton, England at Supershowdown presents Yokkao 11. Kongsak is a Muay Thai fighter with an impressive record of over 300 fights and multiple times Lumpinee Stadium champion. In this interview he promises Liam Harrison to let him know the true meaning of pain. The interview was filmed one month ago but released yesterday on YouTube and it is generating much discussion on the web, preparing the right climate for what is sure to be a real war. Do you really think Liam Harrison is an average fighter? Will Kongsak show Harrison what it really means to be in a fight? Let us know what you think in the comments below through Facebook. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eyHL1Yw9e-o

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