Posted: July 31, 2019|||
YOKKAO 41-42 wrote a new page not just for our promotion’s history but also in the history of Muay Thai. This was the first-ever YOKKAO Ireland event which also saw the crowning of a new WBC Diamond world champion. The double event also saw a record-breaking number of KOs with over half the fights on the main card ending in stoppages.
More than 2000 fans from all over Ireland and UK showed up at Dublin’s National Basketball Arena to attend YOKKAO 41-42 which was broadcasted live on Facebook and YouTube to fans around the world. It was an electrifying atmosphere as the ardent fans cheered on their local heroes and Muay Thai stars.
10 exciting bouts on the undercard kicked off the event with the arena already packed before the start of the main card. It was one war after another as Irish compe
Posted: July 26, 2019|||
It is just one day away from YOKKAO 41-42, set to be one of the biggest Irish Muay Thai shows of the year. The double event will be held at Dublin’s National Basketball Arena and with the undercard kicking off on Saturday, 27 July at 14:00 Ireland time.
The official weigh-ins were held today at the Green Isle Hotel and all fighters have successfully made weight for the show. A WBC official was also present at the conference to oversee the weight checks for Singdam and Craig Coakley who will be competing for the WBC Muay Thai Super-Lightweight Diamond championship belt.
Remember to follow us on our social media network to catch some of the action live and direct from Dublin. Here are the weigh-in results:
** YOKKAO 42 **
WBC Super-Lighweight Diamond Title
YOKKAO Thailand Team vs YOKKAO Fight Team Ireland 63.5kg
Posted: July 12, 2019|||
YOKKAO 41 - 42 will be heading to Dublin, Ireland on 27 July for a stacked card of Muay Thai action. The double event will be headlined by the WBC Diamond title bout between Singdam and Craig Coakley. Another highly-anticipated matchup is the 63.5kg clash between Spencer and Stefan Korodi.
Fighting out of Dublin Combat Academy and now training out of PK Saenchai Gym in Bangkok, Korodi is a fighter to watch for. The Irish fighter won all of his last 4 fights in Thailand by way of knockout. We expect an explosive fight between Korodi and Spencer on 27 July.
We speak to Stefan ahead of his coming fight on YOKKAO 41:
YOKKAO (Y): Hi Stefan, can you introduce yourself?
Stefan (S): Hi, my real name is Istvan Korodi. I picked up “Stefan” because when I moved to Ireland, nobody was able to pronounce my name. I'm 25 years old
Posted: July 10, 2019|||
Organized in partnership with YOKKAO UK promoter, Brian Calder and renowned Irish fight coach, Collie Mahon, YOKKAO 41-42 is set to be Ireland’s biggest Muay Thai event of the year. A total of ten professional bouts and ten undercard fights have been confirmed for the 27 July Saturday showdown that will take place at the Irish capital of Dublin.
Headlining the double event will be the high-profile match-up between Singdam and Ireland’s very own Craig Coakley. It’s double or nothing as the two fighters will be competing for the prestigious WBC Muay Thai Super-lightweight Diamond belt. The winner will join legends Saenchai and Buakaw to become the third fighter in history to hold the WBC Muay Thai Diamond belt.
Two other anticipated bouts to watch for include the 65kg clash of Liam Harrison vs Cristian Faustino and an explosive matchup between Spencer and Stefan Korodi. Besides the ma
Posted: May 12, 2019|||
Joining the headliners at YOKKAO 41 - 42 will be truly explosive matchup and one that is not to be missed for the fight fans of Ireland. Spencer Brown will clash against Irish fighter, Stefan Korodi in a Super Lightweight faceoff come 27 July in Dublin.
Training out of Dublin Combat Academy, Korodi may just prove himself to be one of Spencer’s toughest opponents to date. The Irish fighter, has made frequent trips to train and fight in Thailand over the years. In his recent stay in Bangkok, Korodi made his debut at the prestigious Lumpinee stadium while training at the famous PK Saenchai Gym. He won the fight with a round-2 KO, no less. Korodi is a fighter to watch for but he won’t be having an easy time against his opponent in Dublin.
Spencer will be making his Irish debut at YOKKAO 41 and will look to make his presence felt in the ring. The WBC European champion is coming strong on
Posted: April 22, 2019|||
YOKKAO 41 - 42 will be heading to Dublin, Ireland on 27 July for the inaugural YOKKAO Ireland event. The first main event bout of the night is confirmed and will pit the best of two nations against each other as UK legend, Liam Harrison takes on Italian star, Cristian Faustino.
Always a spectacle to watch, Harrison will bring some hard-hitting action to the stage in Dublin. The multi-time world champion is finally making his Irish debut and he is looking to make it count. Harrison is making a return to the YOKKAO ring from a knee training injury that saw him out of action briefly. He is back on track in his training routine and picking up the intensity. We expect him to be in top form on 27 July and unleash his signature back-breaking sweeps and chopping low kicks.
After two headlining appearances on our promotions, Faustino is set to be back for his third as he faces Harrison at
Posted: April 18, 2019|||
For the first time in YOKKAO history, we are bringing our signature official event to the Land of Eire! After months in planning, the inaugural YOKKAO Ireland event has been confirmed for 27 July in the Irish capital of Dublin.
Organized in partnership with YOKKAO UK promoter, Brian Calder and renowned Irish fight coach, Collie Mahon, YOKKAO 41 - 42 will feature the region’s best and up-and-coming fighters. Fans can expect to catch regulars from the YOKKAO UK shows including Ireland’s very own knockout specialist, Craig Coakley in action.
With YOKKAO 39 - 40 set to take place in Sydney, Australia and YOKKAO 41 - 42 in Dublin, our international reach is expanding with more events around the world. These events come as part of our initiatives to drive the sport of Muay Thai regionally and globally.
YOKKAO 41 - 42 will be held at the National Basketball Arena in