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  1. YOKKAO 33 - 34: Crowning Glory

    YOKKAO 33 - 34: Crowning Glory

    Months of preparations finally culminated on the night of 29 October at Kowloon Bay International Trade & Exhibition Centre for YOKKAO 33 - 34. The Muay Thai double event featured a international cast who starred alongside the members of the YOKKAO Thailand Fight Team. Saenchai was also present as a special guest and support his competing team mates, making this truly the most star-studded show in Hong Kong to-date. YOKKAO 33 - 34 drew crowds from Hong Kong and the region to attend the show with viewers from all around the world tuning in on Facebook live for the broadcast. It was an event of crowning glory as fans witnessed the congregation of the best Muay Thai fighters in the world as well as the arrival of a new WBC Muay Thai world champion.

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  2. YOKKAO 33 - 34 Weigh-In Results

    YOKKAO 33 - 34 Weigh-In Results

    The YOKKAO 33 - 34 competitors arrived in Hong Kong on Saturday and after a restful night, the weigh-ins were carried out at the Camlux Hotel in the afternoon of October 28.

    All 28 fighters made weight successfully for their respective bouts at the weigh-in press conference. WBC officials were also present to oversee the weigh-in for the welterweight champion title match competitors Manachai and Julio Lobo. Both fighters came in at 64.6kg for the fight that was set at 65kg.

    YOKKAO 33 - 34 will be broadcasted via YOKKAO Facebook page live at 730pm local time. Here are the complete weigh-in results:

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  3. Saenchai Special Guest At YOKKAO 33 - 34 In Hong Kong

    Saenchai Special Guest At YOKKAO 33 - 34 In Hong Kong

    YOKKAO promotions premiered in Hong Kong back in October 2016 with YOKKAO 21 - 22. Coming back for the third time this year, it has since become an annual event in the city showcasing top Muay Thai action with some of the world’s best professional athletes. After headlining the YOKKAO shows in Hong Kong for the past 2 years, living legend Saenchai has taken a backseat from this year’s event. Although he won’t be competing in the ring, fans will be happy to know that the Muay Thai star will make a special guest appearance at YOKKAO 33 - 34. He is there not only to rally behind his YOKKAO team mates but will also be available for autograph signings and photo-taking with fans. It is worth noting that YOKKAO promotion takes another step towards globalization with YOKKAO 33 - 34. This year’s fight card boasts a diverse lineup with 28 fighters coming from different parts of the world including Thailand, Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Brazil, Spain, Sweden, France and

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  4. YOKKAO 33 - 34 Full Fight Cards

    YOKKAO 33 - 34 Full Fight Cards

    The countdown begins for YOKKAO 33 - 34 at the Kowloon International Trade & Exhibition Centre (KITEC) in Hong Kong. Prepare for a Muay Thai world war as a total of 14 world-class matchups have been lined up featuring top athletes from Asia, Europe and South America. YOKKAO 33 - 34 has been set up as a triple-headliner starring Singdam vs Mathias Jonsson, Superlek vs Cristian Opazos and last but not least, Manachai vs Julio Lobo for the WBC Muay Thai World Welterweight belt. The rest of the fights will be no less intense or exciting, with other top-billing acts like Yodchai, Spencer Brown, Iquezang, Christian Zahe and Abdelnour Ali-Kada sharing center-stage. Weigh-ins will take place on Sunday, 28 October. Doors open at 6:30pm on 29 October at Star Hall, KITEC with fights kicking off at 7pm Hong Kong time (GMT +8). The event will be broadcasted on Facebook Live at www.facebook.com/yokkao In the meantime, check out the full fight

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  5. YOKKAO 34: Iquezang Kor Rungthanakeat vs Abdelnour Ali-Kada

    YOKKAO 34: Iquezang Kor Rungthanakeat vs Abdelnour Ali-Kada

    The fight card for YOKKAO 33 - 34 is stacking up with yet another sizzling matchup. YOKKAO Fight Team’s own Iquezang Kor Rungthanakeat will take on Abdelnour Ali-Kada from France. Iquezang first arrived at YOKKAO Training Center Bangkok in March this year. Originally roped in as a training partner for Manachai for his title fight, he has since stayed on as a trainer at the camp. The 28 year-old is an experienced Muay Thai champion who has competed in Kard Chuek fights and looks forward to his return to the ring. Iquezang is well-known for his aggressive fighting style and is a favorite with the crowds. Stepping up to the challenge is Abdelnour Ali-Kada. The French fighter remains unfazed by his coming bout with Iquezang, having fought against the likes of living legend, Saenchai in 2017. Ali-Kada is a WBC European Champion fighting out of Team Nasser Kacem in Lyon, France. Iquezang and Ali-Kada will make their first YOKKAO ring appearance in Hong Kong this coming Monday.

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  6. YOKKAO 33: Christian Zahe vs Jordan Kranio

    YOKKAO 33: Christian Zahe vs Jordan Kranio

    YOKKAO 33 - 34 is gearing up for a Muay Thai World War. It has now been confirmed that two more international fighters will join the global cast in Hong Kong on 29 October: Christian Zahe from Italy will take on Brazil’s Jordan Kranio. Zahe is a familiar face on the European Muay Thai scene and has also competed in Thailand on several top promotions. The Italian fighter holds titles from WPMF and WKF with a competing record of 44 wins in 71 fights. A fighter with heart, the 35 year-old took on Manachai earlier this April in Milan. After Hong Kong, Zahe is also expected to fight on January 26 at Thai Boxe Mania presents YOKKAO 35 - 36. Going up against the Italian will be Jordan Kranio from Brazil. Making his YOKKAO debut, Kranio is no stranger to the competitive fight scene with previous fight appearances on Kunlun Fight. He fights out of the Teixeira Team from Curitiba, Brazil. Finishing half of his last 16 wins via knockouts, Kranio is one to watch in the ring. The transatlantic

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  7. Superlek Joins YOKKAO 33 - 34 For Triple-Headliner Treat

    Superlek Joins YOKKAO 33 - 34 For Triple-Headliner Treat

    YOKKAO 33 - 34 will go live in 2 weeks’ time at the Kowloon International Trade & Exhibition Centre (KITEC) in Hong Kong. The stacked card features YOKKAO Fight Team members including Singdam, Manachai, Yodchai, and Spencer Brown. Things are about to hit boiling point for the show as it is now confirmed that the cast will be joined by 3-time Thailand world champion, Superlek Kiatmoo9. Superlek ranks among the top Muay Thai fighters of this generation. He has acquired a bevy of elite titles in his career and bagged the coveted Sports Authority of Thailand Muay Thai Fighter of the Year in 2012. It is remarkable to note that Superlek’s coming Hong Kong debut marks his third fight for this month. After beating Muangthai PKSaenchaiGym in Buriram and Jonathan Haggerty over the weekend on YOKKAO 31, he is looking for his third straight win of October. The Thai phenom will be matched against Spanish fighter, Cristian "The Destructor" Opazos. Opazos has fought on Enfusion and is well-known for

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  8. Singdam Faces Mathias Jonsson For YOKKAO 33 Main Event

    Singdam Faces Mathias Jonsson For YOKKAO 33 Main Event

    It’s been almost 5 months since his last ring appearance but Singdam is ready to make his return. Coming this 29th October in Hong Kong, the multi time world champion will headline YOKKAO 33 as he takes on Sweden’s up-and-coming fighter, Mathias Jonsson. This marks Singdam’s second appearance in Hong Kong and he will be looking to mark it with a strong performance. During the time-off from competing, the Black Lion has left no time to waste as he continued his intensive training schedule in preparation for his next fight. The time has come and the YOKKAO fighter will face a very young and exciting opponent in Mathias Jonsson. Making his first appearance for YOKKAO promotion, the 23 year-old fights out of Sweden’s Tullinge Muay Thai Gym with an impressive record of 37 wins-7 losses including 13 KOs. Jonsson is also a 3-time Swedish Muay Thai champion and a regular medalist at the IFMA world championships. It’s a battle of experience versus youth and a

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