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  1. YOKKAO 35-36 Tickets Now Available On TicketOne!

    YOKKAO 35-36 Tickets Now Available On TicketOne!

    YOKKAO 35 - 36 will head to the Italian city of Turin on 26th January 2019 for a night of world-class Muay Thai action. Organized in partnership with Thai Boxe Mania promoter, Carlo Barbuto, the double event will take place at the Palaruffini multi-purpose indoor arena and is shaping up to be one of YOKKAO’s biggest shows. Besides the massive 5000-seat capacity, YOKKAO 35 - 36 has set up an impressive lineup for its return to Italy. Four prominent figures from the YOKKAO Fight Team are now confirmed to make appearances for the Turin showdown including Saenchai, Singdam, Manachai and Spencer Brown. Saenchai is a Muay Thai living legend, considered by many to be one of the greatest fighters of all time. He has captured numerous titles and awards with a flamboyant yet effective fighting style unlike any others in the history of combat sports. Saenchai holds a fight record of 3

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  2. Saenchai Singdam & Manachai Set for YOKKAO 35-36 in Italy!

    Saenchai Singdam & Manachai Set for YOKKAO 35-36 in Italy!

    The date has been confirmed and the highly-anticipated YOKKAO 35 - 36 is set to take place on 26th January 2019. Organized in partnership with Thai Boxe Mania promoter, Carlo Barbuto, the event also marks the 7th anniversary of YOKKAO Extreme 2012 - the inaugural show that saw a record-breaking 12,000 attendees. Continuing from where it left off, YOKKAO is marking its return to Italy with the loudest bang possible. For this event, the promotion team is bringing out the big guns with 3 of the biggest stars headlining the show. Muay Thai living legend, Saenchai, multi-time Lumpinee and Thailand champion, Singdam as well as the dynamite rising star, Manachai are all confirmed for YOKKAO 35 - 36. This is arguably the most exciting fight card Italy has seen since YOKKAO Extreme in 2013! The last time the trio appeared in the same ring was back in September 2017 on YOKKAO 25 - 26 in Hong Kong. This will actually be Singdam’s first fight appearance in Italy while his YOKKAO team mates,

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  3. YOKKAO 29 - YOKKAO 30 Weigh-in results!

    YOKKAO 29 - YOKKAO 30 Weigh-in results!

    YOKKAO 29-30 weigh-in took place today at Mezzanine Macron Stadium in Bolton. ** YOKKAO 30 Weigh-in results ** Singdam YokkaoSaenchaiGym (Thailand) 64.5kg vs Jack Kennedy (England) 65kg Paul Karpowicz (England) 59.8kg vs Ja Kiatphontip (Thailand) 59.4kg Chris Whittle (England) 63.2kg vs Craig Coakley (Ireland) 62.9kg Amy Pirnie (Scotland) 49.6kg vs Ilenia Perugini (Switzerland) 49.1kg Spencer Brown (Scotland) 63kg vs Connor McNab (Scotland) 62.8kg Brian Totty (Scotland) 65.7kg vs Mohamed Kalf (Ireland) 68.2kg ** YOKKAO 29 Weigh-in results ** Jonathan Haggerty (England) 59kg vs Keith McLachlan (Scotland) 59.1kg Myk Estlick (England) 59.8kg vs Luke Hill (England) 59.9kg Dakota Ditcheva (England) 54.4kg vs Hannah Brady (England) 53.6kg Joe Craven (England) 72.5kg vs Ammari Diedrick (England) 70.7kg Niall Brown (England) 72.1kg vs Robbie Collins (England) 70kg Anton Austin (England) 59.9kg vs Isaac Taylor (England)

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  4. Singdam Fighting At Chinese Promotion Wu Lin Feng on 3rd February!

    Singdam Fighting At Chinese Promotion Wu Lin Feng on 3rd February!

    After a month of rest, Singdam went back to an intensive training regime and smashing pads at the YOKKAO Training Center in Bangkok. His signature brick-smashing kicks looked as vicious as ever before. The multi-time Muay Thai champion has just finished preparing for his next fight that will take place tomorrow in China on February 3rd at Wu Lin Feng. Singdam’s last appearance in the squared circle was at Kunlun Fight 67 in the race for glory on the KLF 66 kg World Championship 8-man tournament. Despite eliminating 2 fighters on the night of the tournament and making into the finals, his campaign was concluded by Chinese opponent, Yang Zhuo over a split decision. Even though he did not go away with the tournament championship belt, his outstanding performance found him with a legion of new Chinese fans. Undeterred in his unsuccessful campaign at Kunlun Fight, the valiant Singdam will return to Chinese soil once again in his quest for

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  5. It’s Time to Vote! YOKKAO Sparring Goes to The Polls on Instagram!

    It’s Time to Vote! YOKKAO Sparring Goes to The Polls on Instagram!

    YOKKAO has always been an advocate of adopting the most current social media trends in reaching out to the fans. The hottest buzz introduced recently on Instagram stories is the poll feature where followers can participate in voting. YOKKAO has swiftly joined in the fun by creating a reality based Muay Thai “video game” for its IG followers and it’s already going viral. This is how the game works: Sparring videos featuring the YOKKAO Fight Team members will be uploaded on YOKKAO Instagram Stories. Everyone can view and vote on who they think is the better-performing fighting in the sparring. Remember to vote objectively for the better fighter rather than as a fan supporting your idol. You play the role of a competition judge and score the fighters accordingly. Let the games begin! Vote the sparring winner at instagram.com/yokkao

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  6. YOKKAO 25 - 26: The True Spirit of Muay Thai!

    YOKKAO 25 - 26: The True Spirit of Muay Thai!

    YOKKAO 25 - 26 will be a night etched in the memories of the Hong Kong fans and everyone who tuned in LIVE from around the world. Round after round of intense action enthralled the audience from the start till the end. Hordes of fans arrived at Rotunda Hall 2 of Kowloonbay International Trade & Exhibition Centre (KITEC) for the promise of great action and they were not disappointed. YOKKAO 25 - 26 delivered a magnitude of action that simply exploded off the richter scale! [caption id="attachment_3723" align="alignright" width="250"]Muay Thai Hong Kong: Nobita YOKKAOSaenchaiGym Muay Thai Hong Kong: Nobita YOKKAOSaenchaiGym[/caption] YOKKAO 25 First up was YOKKAO 25 with back-to-back action right from the onset. Intensity escalated quickly as soon as YOKKAO Thailand Team member, Nobita took to the

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  7. YOKKAO 25 26 is sold out!

    YOKKAO 25 26 is sold out!

    With a fight card pitting the best of YOKKAO Fight Team against the elite fighters of Hong Kong, it comes as no surprise that tickets for YOKKAO 25 - 26 are all sold out. [caption id="attachment_3709" align="alignright" width="360"]YOKKAO 25-26 Hong Kong SOLD OUT YOKKAO 25-26 Hong Kong SOLD OUT[/caption] The popular event is all set to take place on Monday 11th September at the Rotunda Hall 2 of KITEC (Kowloonbay International Trade & Exhibition Centre) in the dynamic city of Hong Kong. A show like never before: from former ring rivals to current teammates, Muay Thai legends Saenchai and Singdam will be sharing the stage for the first time in the same YOKKAO event in 2 respective matchups. Almost all YOKKAO Fight Team members of the Bangkok camp will also be making fight appearances. Besides

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  8. Singdam making his first appearance in Hong Kong at YOKKAO 25!

    Singdam making his first appearance in Hong Kong at YOKKAO 25!

    It is back-to-back action for Singdam in the coming weeks with a busy schedule. First, a fight in the Kunlun Tournament Final 16 on August 27th and followed closely by YOKKAO 25 this September 11th in Hong Kong. At YOKKAO 25 -26, fans will finally have the opportunity to see the best middle kick of Thailand live in action. Singdam’s soul-crushing kicks are the stuff of legend and have won him many titles throughout his fight career. Other than Singdam, key figures from YOKKAO Fight Team, Saenchai and Manachai are confirmed to be there alongside other fighters in a fight card that will be released soon. Singdam aka the Black Lion is on a wild hunt, coming off a streak of 9 wins that include 4 KOs. One of his last wins was in his Kunlun Fight debut against Chinese fighter, Gu Hui who has beat nothing less than Albert Kraus last year. The multiple-time Lumpinee champion and 2-time Sports Writer Fighter of Thailand Fighter of the Year is focus on his preparation

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  9. DNCE Joe Jonas and Cole Whittle meet YOKKAO Team in Bangkok!

    DNCE Joe Jonas and Cole Whittle meet YOKKAO Team in Bangkok!

    [caption id="attachment_3569" align="alignright" width="380"]Cole Whittle and Manachai Cole Whittle and Manachai[/caption] The YOKKAO Training Center continues the climb up the list of top things to do in Bangkok with even celebrities dropping in on a random basis. There is never a dull moment at the camp, and things get wilder when popular dance-rock band DNCE drops in to rock da house! DNCE is led by Joe Jonas, formerly of the successful pop-rock band, Jonas Brothers. The quirky group also consists of members Jack Lawless, JinJoo Lee and Cole Whittle. The quartet was in town for their world tour concert on Thursday 10th August where they played to a ecstatic Thai crowd. Audience rocked out to many of the group’s hits including their most well-known 2015 hit single, “Cake

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  10. Breaking News: Saenchai, Singdam and Manachai to Headline YOKKAO 25 - 26

    Breaking News: Saenchai, Singdam and Manachai to Headline YOKKAO 25 - 26

    [caption id="attachment_3520" align="alignright" width="350"]Singdam Kiatmoo9 Singdam Kiatmoo9[/caption] Hong Kong fans are going to be in for a triple treat this September. In order to stage a great Muay Thai event for the upcoming YOKKAO 25 - 26, two more headlining fighters from the YOKKAO Fight Team have been added to the fight card. Singdam Kiatmoo9 and Manachai will join Saenchai in what is shaping up to be the best YOKKAO fight night in Hong Kong yet! Fresh off a dominating win in his Kunlun Fight debut in June, this will be Singdam’s first fight appearance in Hong Kong. Singdam Kiatmoo9, nicknamed the “Black Lion”, is a legend in Muay Thai. In his illustrious career, he has fought a who’s who list of the most elite fighters such as Yodsanklai Fairtex, Orono Wor Petchpun, Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym,

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