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  1. 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

  2. YOKKAO 29: Dakota Ditcheva vs Hannah Brady!

    YOKKAO 29: Dakota Ditcheva vs Hannah Brady!

    Female fighters are no less explosive as their male counterparts, especially on YOKKAO events. The coming March 10th show at Bolton Macron has already set up a sizzling bout between Amy Pirnie vs Ilenia Perugini. Now another female match-up is confirmed for YOKKAO 29 featuring English ladies, Dakota Ditcheva and Hannah Brady. At only 18 years of age, Dakota already has a number of titles to her name including British, European and World Championships. One of Dakota’s claim to fame was her battle with Amy Pirnie at YOKKAO 24. The female bout remains one of the most talked-about and best female fights on YOKKAO to date. Despite losing over decision at the end of 5 intense rounds, Dakota put up a stellar performance that found favor with many fans that night. The girl from Cheshire returns to YOKKAO 29 where she will go head-on with Hannah Brady. Hannah trains and fights out of Kiatphontip Gym in Leeds. The 28 year-old last fought on YOKKAO Next Generation in March last year and

  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

  4. YOKKAO Next Generation Southampton: Bernie Mendieta vs Shaq Davies!

    YOKKAO Next Generation Southampton: Bernie Mendieta vs Shaq Davies!

    2018 is shaping up to be an action-packed year for UK fight fans. YOKKAO has increasingly partnered up with promoters and a whole series of events have been lined up for the year ahead. On top of the regular and immensely popular show with UK promoter Brian Calder at Bolton Macron Stadium, it’s going to be month after month of Muay Thai showdowns with the talent-search Next Generation and Next Generation Kids. YOKKAO Next Generation has always been one of the most anticipated events as it is seen as the best platform for young up-and-coming fighters to handpicked for more prestigious events and bigger opportunities. One of the stops that have been announced earlier is Southampton where YOKKAO has teamed up with local promoter Sean Toomey to deliver a cracking Sunday fight matinee. Set to take the spotlight on 29th April, the event will feature a card of promising local and regional fighters as they battle it out for fame and glory. Fans attending the event can also expect some

  5. YOKKAO Next Generation Kids Returns to Barnsley on 10th February!

    YOKKAO Next Generation Kids Returns to Barnsley on 10th February!

    In about a week’s time, the increasingly prominent YOKKAO Next Generation Kids returns to the Barnsley Metrodome for another round of junior Muay Thai fun and action. The date is fixed for 10th February Saturday and the stage is now set for the young warriors to show what they have got. The return to Barnsley follows the event’s inauguration held last November 26th. Organized in partnership with SuperShow, the resoundingly successful event saw a stacked 59 bouts featuring Muay Thai Kids from UK and around Europe. The event also saw the crowning of Joe Ryan as the first YOKKAO Junior World Champion and Ellie Barker as the YOKKAO Intercontinental Champion. For the February 10th show, it is going to be another truly international event with 20 overseas juniors attending from Spain, Portugal, France, Holland, Germany and Ireland. Headlining the event will be none other than Ellie Barker who trains out of the Hanuman Gym in Darlington with Craig Willis. This is a great North

  6. YOKKAO Next Generation Kids Confirmed for Scotland 3rd March!

    YOKKAO Next Generation Kids Confirmed for Scotland 3rd March!

    Following the announcement of the YOKKAO Next Generation show taking place at Paisley, Scotland, another event has been confirmed for Scottish Muay Thai fans. YOKKAO Next Generation Kids is now set to take centre stage at the Grangemouth Leisure Complex on 3rd March, Saturday. This is the third of seven events that YOKKAO has lined up for the of Next Generation Kids series between 2017-2018. It follows the inaugural show held last November in Barnsley Metrodome and the follow-up that will take place on February 10th at the same venue. Headlining the event will be local young lady, Erin Kowal, who now trains with coach Keith McLachlan out of the Griphouse Gym in Glasgow. Erin previously trained under the late great Jordan Coe at the now defunct Carnage Gym. The 16 year-old comes from the Scottish town of Falkirk and has been training in Muay Thai since 2011. She has won a number of titles that include Scottish, British and European championships and looks forward to competing full-time

  7. YOKKAO Extends Online News and Events Coverage For Kids!

    YOKKAO Extends Online News and Events Coverage For Kids!

    Muay Thai kids are no longer just a phenomenon found in Thailand. Over the past few years, more and more kids are taking up Muay Thai training all around the world. They are not just training as a recreational sport but are competing in world championships. Last year on 26th November, YOKKAO organized its first event for young athletes between 5 to 16 years old. The YOKKAO Next Generation Kids, held in partnership with promoter Peter Spensley and long-time YOKKAO collaborator, Brian Calder, delivered an immensely successful and unforgettable show that set the high bar for all future Muay Thai junior competitions. The inaugural show, held at the Barnsley Metrodome, also gave the world the first YOKKAO Junior World Champions, Joe Ryan and Ellie Barker. The second YOKKAO Next Generation Kids is set to take place on 10th February, at the Barnsley Metrodome once again. Applications began pouring in as soon as the first Kids show ended and now the card is stacked with back-to-back action.

  8. YOKKAO 29: Myk Estlick vs Luke Hill!

    YOKKAO 29: Myk Estlick vs Luke Hill!

    One more matchup has been confirmed for YOKKAO 29 and it is yet another battle of Englishmen - Myk Estlick will clash in the ring with Luke Hill. Luke Hill fights out of the well-known Crawley Fitness & Martial Arts Gym where he is a member of the gym’s fight team alongside YOKKAO event alumni like Reece Thomson and Ben Hodge. The Muay Thai fighter and coach will be making his YOKKAO debut where he will face one of the toughest fighter in the Super-Featherweight division - Myk Estlick. Estlick has fought on every single one of YOKKAO’s events in the UK since YOKKAO 11 but broke the momentum with a hiatus in the last event (YOKKAO 27-28). With just 1 loss in his 6 YOKKAO appearances, he has one of the best fight records in the YOKKAO UK events. The fighter from Manchester started Muay Thai at the age of 14, first training at his uncle’s Thai Boxing gym. He fought within one year of starting in the sport and hasn’t looked back since. YOKKAO 29 marks Myk

  9. YOKKAO Next Generation Southampton: Jake Purdy vs Charlie Guest

    YOKKAO Next Generation Southampton: Jake Purdy vs Charlie Guest

    YOKKAO Next Generation is one of the most exciting events in the global Muay Thai scene. Started in 2015 to discover and groom the next generation of Muay Thai stars, the talent program has been widely received as the best platform for all young Muay Thai fighters starting on their professional career. Coming on the 29th April, the YOKKAO promoters will head to Southampton to uncover promising talents in the region. With this event, the promoters have gone one more step and fit in some top-tiered bouts to turn it up a notch. As announced earlier, the event will be headlined by a smashing match-up between YOKKAO fight star Manachai and rising Glory kickboxing star, Mo Abdurahman. Now, another A class fight has been confirmed and it stars 2 prominent English fighters, Jake Purdy against Charlie Guest. The 21-year old Charlie Guest will be making his YOKKAO debut at the event. The English lad has fought out of Sumalee Boxing Gym in Phuket over the past year and competed actively on a

  10. YOKKAO 30: Paul Karpowicz vs Ja Kiatphontip!

    YOKKAO 30: Paul Karpowicz vs Ja Kiatphontip!

    Another match up has been confirmed for YOKKAO 30 card and it looks to be a real cracking fight. Both stylistic fighters are known to put up rip-roaring shows - it’s British homegrown hero, Paul Karpowicz against Thai warrior, Ja Kiatphontip. Both Paul and Ja will be making their second appearance on an YOKKAO event - Paul fought and lost against Keith McLachlan on YOKKAO 13 while Ja took the win over Jonathan Haggerty on YOKKAO 28. Regardless of the results, both fighters left a deep impression for their outstanding performances in their respective fights. Paul is a fluid fighter, well-known for his creativity and unpredictability in the ring that never fails to entertain the crowds. His nickname of “The Magician” says a lot of his fighting style. He is well-regarded within the community for his passion; Muay Thai is more than sport but an artform that he strives to perfect. Every opponent he meets takes him another step towards his goal. Ja comes Thailand but

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