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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. YOKKAO Fight Team Headlines YOKKAO 33 - 34 in Hong Kong

    YOKKAO Fight Team Headlines YOKKAO 33 - 34 in Hong Kong

    For fans have who just tuned in, YOKKAO 33 - 34 will be returning to Hong Kong on October 29th for another night of high-octane Muay Thai action. Matchmaking is already underway for the event that will be held at the Star Hall of Kowloonbay International Trade & Exhibition Centre (KITEC). As per previous YOKKAO shows in the vibrant city, the card will feature top homegrown fighters from the local scene. On top of that, the YOKKAO Thailand Fight Team will once again make the journey east to headline the show in Hong Kong. 4 prominent members of the fight team have now been confirmed for the event. Singdam and Manchai will headline YOKKAO 33 and 34 respectively. They are joined by their YOKKAO teammates, Spencer Brown and Yodchai, both of whom left a deep impression on the Hong Kong fans during YOKKAO 25 - 26 last year. All 4 fighters have promised to put up their best performance for the ardent fans. YOKKAO official shows have become one of the most highly-anticipated annual

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  3. YOKKAO Fight Team Train with Famed Fight Coach Alfio Romanut

    YOKKAO Fight Team Train with Famed Fight Coach Alfio Romanut

    Learning is a never ending process. When you stop learning, you stop growing. Just days fresh off his stunning win at All Star Fight 5 in Prague on 6th July, Manachai has resumed his intense training schedule. The young fighter made a detour from Prague to Italy where he is now at the Team Satori Nemesis Gorizia gym. YOKKAO has made special arrangements for Manachai to learn from the world-renowned Italian kickboxing coach, Alfio Romanut. Coach Romanut is a well-respected name in the world of fight sports. He has trained numerous world champions over the years, including one of the greatest kickboxers of all time - Giorgio Petrosyan. Under his technical and highly-effective instruction, Giorgio Petrosyan has gone on to bag top accolades around the world and holds a near-pristine fight record. Joining Manachai for the training expedition is YOKKAO Fight Team mate, Spencer Brown. The 2 fighters are accompanied with champion trainer, Kru Petchdam in an international exchange of striking

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  4. Spencer Brown: "I Can't Wait to Get In The Ring with Singpayak"

    Spencer Brown: "I Can't Wait to Get In The Ring with Singpayak"

    As the date draws nearer to May 21st, Spencer Brown is turning up the intensity with his training. The YOKKAO fighter is set to meet Singpayak for the main event at YOKKAO Next Generation Sydney. Here is an interview with Spencer as he shares openly about his training for the upcoming fight, his ambition and life at YOKKAO Training Center Bangkok:

    YOKKAO (Y): How is your training coming along for YOKKAO Next Generation Sydney? How have you been preparing yourself for this fight?

    Spencer Brown (S): My training has been going very well these past few weeks. I’ve been feeling very strong whilst maintaining my speed and accuracy. I’ve been training very explosively as I always do but I’ve been much smarter in my approach to training and mindset as I tend to have a 0 or 100 mindset. I can overtrain myself quite severally but thankfully I’m keeping an eye on that. My training with Kru Manop

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  5. Singpayak: "110% Chance of Beating Spencer Brown In Sydney"

    Singpayak: "110% Chance of Beating Spencer Brown In Sydney"

    YOKKAO Next Generation Sydney is just round the corner, happening on 26th May at the Marrickville Town Hall. The event is organized with long-time partner, SRG Promotions and will be headlined by Spencer Brown vs Singpayak. The Thai fighter is a former Channel 7 Stadium champion and now fights out of New South Wales' PTJ Muay Thai Gym. Here is an interview with Singpayak on the upcoming fight: YOKKAO (Y): Hi Singpayak, hope everything’s going well. How is your training coming along for YOKKAO Next Generation Sydney? How have you been preparing yourself for this fight? Singpayak (S): We have just commenced training for Next Generation Sydney. Training will be the same as for any other fight. We start bit by bit and really pick it up 2 weeks out. Y: You moved to PTJ Gym in Australia for a few years, how has it been living and working there? S: I love it! We have a great group of people at our gym and the

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  6. YOKKAO 30: Spencer Brown vs Connor McNab Full Fight Video Released

    YOKKAO 30: Spencer Brown vs Connor McNab Full Fight Video Released

    Without a doubt, YOKKAO 29 - 30 was the most spectacular event for UK fight fans this year so far. Round after round, bout after bout, fighters delivered non-stop action that left the audience in a state of adrenaline rush the entire night. March 10th was truly a night to remember for those in attendance. Spencer Brown returned to UK soil since his appearance last October on YOKKAO 27. He was up against fellow Scotsman, Connor McNab who was making his YOKKAO debut. After a series of knockouts in the evening, the KO Kid was looking to add one of his own to the list. Spencer unleashed a flurry of powerful punches right off the bell against a tough opponent who refused to stay down. The 2 youngsters went the distance and gave the audience an exciting full 5 rounds. This was easily one of the crowd’s favorite fights of the night. The event was webcasted partially over Facebook so here’s the chance to recapture the night’s action. YOKKAO has released a high-quality video

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  7. Spencer Brown Headlines YOKKAO Next Generation Sydney!

    Spencer Brown Headlines YOKKAO Next Generation Sydney!

    YOKKAO Next Generation, the global Muay Thai talent search initiative is set to descend in Australia on 26th May 2018. After much anticipation and a postponement last November, the event is revived and will take place at the Marrickville Town Hall in Sydney. YOKKAO’s last 2 visits to the land down under took place in Sydney and Melbourne in May and August of 2016 respectively. The Melbourne show broke the usual gender format and featured an inspiring all-women fight card. Both shows were exceedingly well-received by Australia’s Muay Thai community. After a long absence, YOKKAO is formally back with Spencer Brown lined up for the main event. Spencer is fresh off a win at the recent YOKKAO 30 event at Bolton Macron Stadium. The Body Snatcher has now come off a series of impressive wins in the past year both in Thailand and abroad. He will face Australia-based Thai fighter, Singapayak PTJ Chombueng who is representing the PTJ Muay Thai Gym in New South Wales, Australia. The

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  8. Spencer Brown Back in Thailand Ready For Lumpinee Debut!

    Spencer Brown Back in Thailand Ready For Lumpinee Debut!

    After a solid victory at YOKKAO 30 held in the UK earlier this month, Spencer Brown seized the opportunity to take a well-deserved break back in his hometown in Scotland. The YOKKAO fighter is now sufficiently recharged and ready to take on new challenges as he makes his way back to Bangkok and rejoin his team mates at YOKKAO Training Center. Spencer has earned a reputation for always putting up a great show in the ring, both in and out of Thailand. Win, or lose, the young explosive fighter never fails to deliver a smashing good fight. Arriving at the YOKKAO Training Center Bangkok in 2016, Spencer has adapted to the arduous life of a Thai fighter. He adjusted to the environment, and faced various obstacles which he overcame one after another. Spencer’s greatest takeaway has been training alongside and learning from the YOKKAO Fight Team’s elite fighters like Saenchai, Singdam and Manachai. Since then, he has racked up a series of impressive wins. The KO Kid is now ready

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  9. YOKKAO 30: Spencer Brown vs Connor McNab!

    YOKKAO 30: Spencer Brown vs Connor McNab!

    YOKKAO Fight Team’s very own Spencer Brown (Spencer YOKKAOSaenchaiGym) is set to make a brief return to the UK on March 10th. The fighter from Irvine, Scotland has been confirmed for YOKKAO 30 where he will go head to head against fellow countryman, Connor McNab in the ring. The A Class bout will be fought at 63.5kg Connor McNab fights out of the D Unit Combat Sports Hub based in the town of Dumbarton, Scotland. The young fighter will be making his YOKKAO debut and this will be a great opportunity to prove himself on an international level, given the grand scale of the event. He is no freshman to the sport and has competed in both the UK as well as in Thailand where he trained for a period of time. However, his quest for victory will not go easy as he faces the KO Kid, Spencer Brown. Spencer hardly needs any introduction for the YOKKAO fans. Since being hand picked to train at YOKKAO Training Center Bangkok alongside the fight team members, the young YOKKAO stalwart has been

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  10. YOKKAO Next Generation Bound for Scotland!

    YOKKAO Next Generation Bound for Scotland!

    The expansion continues for YOKKAO in reaching out and bringing the best Muay Thai action to a wider audience. Come next month on the 24th February, the global talent search program of YOKKAO Next Generation will be held in the Scottish town of Paisley, Renfrewshire. For this occasion, YOKKAO Next Generation will actually be held in partnership with local promoter, Robert Morrison and promoted together as the Rama show. The event is set to feature A class, B class, C class and even junior bouts. With YOKKAO now thrown into the mix, the fighters now have an even bigger incentive to do their best in the ring. YOKKAO has been the most active brand in terms of finding young talents and promoting them on the global stage. One of the most prominent fighters discovered from the Next Generation is none other than Scotland’s very own Spencer Brown who was talent-spotted in the event 2 years ago. This will be a golden opportunity for fellow Scots to join the prestigious YOKKAO Next Generation

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