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  1. YOKKAO 35 - 36 Weigh-in Results

    YOKKAO 35 - 36 Weigh-in Results

    With YOKKAO 35- 36 just a day to go, the competitors have all arrived in Turin, Italy. The weigh-ins were carried out at Hotel Concord in the afternoon on 25 January with all fighters making weight successfully.

    WBC and WMC officials were present to oversee the weigh-in for the three title matches taking place. Manachai will face Luca Falco for the WMC Intercontinental title; Yodchai takes on Jonathan Astarita for the WBC Lightweight title; and Spencer will clash against Luca Roma for the WBC Super-Lightweight title. 

    Here are the complete weigh-in results:


    ** YOKKAO 35 **

    YOKKAO Team vs France -66kg
    Singdam YokkaoSaenchaigym 65.8kg vs Jeremy Payet 66kg

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  2. Singdam Returns to China For Glory of Heroes 31

    Singdam Returns to China For Glory of Heroes 31

    Following a stellar performance at YOKKAO 30 in March, Muay Thai legend Singdam will make his return to the ring on 26 May to delight the fans once again. After over a decade competing on the elite stadium circuit of Thailand, Singdam has amassed a bevy of championship titles as well as the prestigious Fighter of the Year awards. He has now switched his focus on competing in international promotions, most notably in China where he has built a massive fanbase. With an impressive run at Kunlun Fight 66kg tournament last year, the multi-time champion is now set to make a debut for another popular Chinese promotion, Glory of Heroes (GOH) for its 31st show. The Black Lion will take on current Glory of Heroes Junior Lightweight (67kg) champion, Tie Ying Hua in a kickboxing bout. Nicknamed the “Little Tiger” by the Chinese media, Tie defeated Thai champion Iquezang Kor Rungthanakeat via a stunning round-1 KO win earlier in January. The 25-year-old Chinese

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  3. McAllister out of YOKKAO 30! Singdam now faces Jack Kennedy!

    McAllister out of YOKKAO 30! Singdam now faces Jack Kennedy!

    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

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  4. Singdam Wins At Wu Lin Feng Debut In China!

    Singdam Wins At Wu Lin Feng Debut In China!

    Multi-time Muay Thai world champion, Singdam made a return to the ring on 3rd February since his last fight in November last year. This was his debut appearance for the Chinese fight promotion, Wu Lin Feng. After an impressive campaign last year on another Chinese promotion, Kunlun Fight, Singdam returned to resume his Chinese conquest. It’s been over 2 months since his last appearance in the ring but Singdam showed no sign of rust with a solid performance for his Wu Lin Feng debut. Despite facing a younger, fitter opponent in Xie Lei, Singdam’s rich experience of over 300 fights in his career was evident as the fight played out. The heavy-handed Xie was clearly aware of Singdam’s famed middle kicks. The Chinese remained constantly prepared to catch Singdam’s kicks but underestimated the Thai champion’s proficiency in all weapons including some very hard punches. While Xie started off strong in the first round, Singdam controlled the pace of the remaining

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