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  1. Liam Harrison To Defend Title Against Chamuaktong At YOKKAO 30!

    Liam Harrison To Defend Title Against Chamuaktong At YOKKAO 30!

    Another monster of a fight has just been confirmed for YOKKAO 30 to be held next March 10. Current YOKKAO world champion -65kg will put his title on the line once again, this time against Chamuaktong PKSaenchaiMuayThaiGym. For anyone who is unfamiliar with his name, Chamuaktong hails from the top Thailand camp of PKSaenchai Gym. The camp is a recipient of the coveted Lumpinee Stadium gym of the year award in 2016, and is home to many of the top fighters on the elite stadium circuit. Chamuaktong himself won the Rajadamnern title for 140 lbs just recently on November 6. He was also a Lumpinee champion at 140 lbs in 2016. That’s not all. Chamuaktong won the prestigious Toyota Marathon at 154 lbs back in the same year. Having defeated the likes of Petpanomrung Kiatmuu9 and Singdam, Chamuaktong is set to be one of the strongest challengers for Harrison’s YOKKAO Champion Belt-65kg. Harrison is fresh off a successful title defense at YOKKAO 27 earlier last month in October.

  2. YOKKAO Instagram Video Garners over 2 million views!

    YOKKAO Instagram Video Garners over 2 million views!

    YOKKAO has once again shown why it is number one in the Muay Thai social media-sphere. The latest video on YOKKAO IG account to go viral is a clip of Liam Harrison’s low-kick knockout win at the recent YOKKAO 27. The clip has spread like wildfire on social media, reaching 1 million views in just 2 days of being uploaded. In just a few days’ time, a record of over 2 million views has been achieved and is still going strong. The video has really gone viral and was even shared by social media giant SportBible. In the short 20-second video clip, Liam Harrison shows why he’s still at the top of the game. The fight took place at the recent YOKKAO 27 held in Bolton UK where Harrison was matched-up against a young, iron fist opponent in Kevin Burmester. Despite facing a hungry and strong opponent, Harrison’s experience and fight IQ shows as he dismantled Burmester with tree-chopping leg kicks and took home a win for the day with TKO via referee stoppage. Besides its

  3. YOKKAO Proudly Presents The Kids Fight Team!

    YOKKAO Proudly Presents The Kids Fight Team!

    YOKKAO is more than a Muay Thai gear and equipment company. With a squad of the best fighters from all around the world, a network of affiliated training centers on every continent, and an increasing number of distributors, YOKKAO is now a most trusted Muay Thai brand operating at a full 360 degrees in the industry. The brand has always been tireless in promoting the sport of Muay Thai and helping to groom young talents for the international stage. With the YOKKAO Next Generation Kids event coming up on 26th November at the Barnsley Metrodome in UK, the search for the future stars of Muay Thai is well underway. [caption id="attachment_3860" align="alignright" width="420"]YOKKAO Kids Muay Thai YOKKAO Kids Muay Thai[/caption] Since the last announcement of the Kids event made in September, YOKKAO has received tonnes of enquiries

  4. YOKKAO 27 - YOKKAO 28 results

    YOKKAO 27 - YOKKAO 28 results

    YOKKAO 27 - YOKKAO 28 results - Sunday October 15th 2017 Macron Stadium (Bolton). ** YOKKAO 28 Results ** YOKKAO World Title -70kg YOKKAO World Champion vs YOKKAO Fight Team Jordan Watson (England) won by KO vs Pongsiri PKSaenchaiMuayThaiGym (Thailand)

    YOKKAO Fight Team vs YOKKAO Next Generation UK 55kg Rungarai Kiatmoo9 (Thailand) lost by KO 3° round vs Daniel McGowan (England) YOKKAO Next Generation vs Thailand 58kg Jonathan Haggerty (England) lost by points vs Ja Kiatphontip (Thailand) YOKKAO Next Generation vs Sweden 50kg Amy Pirnie (Scotland) won by points vs Josefine Lindgren Knutsson (Sweden) YOKKAO UK Ranking -65kg Chris Whittle (England) lost by points vs Jack Kennedy (England) YOKKAO UK Ranking -72,5kg Chris Shaw (Scotland) won by KO 1° round vs Connor McCormack ** YOKKAO 27 Results ** YOKKAO World Title -65kg YOKKAO World Champion -65kg vs Germany Liam Harrison (England) won by TKO 2° round vs Kevin
  5. YOKKAO 27 - 28 Weigh-In Results!

    YOKKAO 27 - 28 Weigh-In Results!

    The weigh-ins for YOKKAO 27 - 28 have been completed without any hiccups and all fighters are now raring to go. The popular Muay Thai double event is all set and ready to rock in less than 24 hours’ time at the Macron Stadium in Bolton UK. After the weigh-in, the fighters are all feasting and fueling up for the battle tomorrow. None of the fighters are taking their fight lightly, especially for the 2 YOKKAO world champions, Liam Harrison and Jordan Watson, whose titles are on the line. Local fans will be looking out for the UK debut of Muay Thai stars, Pongsiri, Rungarai and of course, Superlek. Their opponents and homegrown fighters will definitely be putting up a strong fight for themselves as well as their local supporters. [caption id="attachment_3821" align="alignright" width="390"]Pongsiri vs Jordan Watson Pongsiri vs Jordan

  6. Full Fight Card for YOKKAO 27 - 28!

    Full Fight Card for YOKKAO 27 - 28!

    Months of finding and matching opponents have finally ended, culminating in one of the best matchmaking in YOKKAO events to date. 2 events, 12 bouts featuring the best fighters from the United Kingdom, Sweden, Germany and Thailand, descending in the town of Bolton UK for a rumbling Muay Thai Sunday matinee. [caption id="attachment_3800" align="alignright" width="350"]Muay Thai fighter: Superlek Kiatmoo9 Muay Thai fighter: Superlek Kiatmoo9[/caption] After an overwhelmingly successful YOKKAO 23 -24 earlier this year in March, the popular Muay Thai event returns to the Bolton Macron Stadium this coming 15th October. As the date draws nearer, the tension is building up for fans and fighters alike. YOKKAO 27 - 28 will be headlined by the 2 title defense fights of local heroes, Liam Harrison and Jordan Watson respectively.

  7. Liam Harrison: “I’m looking forward to going to war”

    Liam Harrison: “I’m looking forward to going to war”

    YOKKAO World Champion -65kg Liam Harrison will be fighting again to defend his title at YOKKAO 27 on 15th October at the Bolton Macron Stadium in UK. This time, Harrison will face a young and formidable foe: German kickboxer, Kevin Burmester. Here is an interview with him on the upcoming fight and an inquiry into the fighter’s mind. Hi Liam, hope everything’s going well. We would like to ask you some questions before the upcoming event: Q. How is your training going for YOKKAO 27? How have you been preparing yourself for the upcoming fight? LIAM HARRISON: I’ve been training very hard as always. My preparation doesn’t change, I train hard for every fight. The only thing that changes in the gym is working on a different game plan. On October 15th I’ll be in the best shape possible ready to put on a show. Q. You have spent some time training in Thailand. Do you do that for the coming fight or is it full-time at Bad Company?

  8. Chris Shaw: I am going to drown Superlek at YOKKAO 27!

    Chris Shaw: I am going to drown Superlek at YOKKAO 27!

    Besides the 2 title defense bouts, the exciting matchup between Christopher Shaw and Superlek is the one that fans are really looking forward to. As any Muay Thai fan would know, Superlek is a top-seeded fighter in Thailand right now with numerous accolades. Here is what his opponent Christopher Shaw has to say about the upcoming fight at YOKKAO 27: YOKKAO: How is your training going for YOKKAO 27? How have you been preparing yourself for the upcoming fight? Chris: My training has been going great. I have been doing all my training at BoxFit Glasgow as normal, the POS gym under my coach Gary O'Brien. Gary knows me very well and what we need to tweak in my game to get a massive win over my opponent. I always train hard and this isn't any different. Y: Superlek is a top fighter right now on the Thailand circuit. What went through your mind when you were made known of the fight against him? What do you think of your opponent? C: I wanted this fight and I'm very happy

  9. YOKKAO Next Generation Kids: The Search for Future Stars!

    YOKKAO Next Generation Kids: The Search for Future Stars!

    The YOKKAO NEXT GENERATION global initiative was launched in 2015, designed to discover talent in the new generation of Muay Thai fighters. The event has been on a continual mission to spot and groom young fight talents from around the world. Now, YOKKAO takes the concept one step further by expanding the search to kids from 5 up to 16 years old. Even today, Muay Thai is a sport that remains dominated by the native Thai fighters. A key reason for this phenomenon is that most of them start training at a very young age - often as young as 5 to 6 years old. Other than a fiercely competitive environment that breeds the best Muay Thai fighters of the world, starting young has given the Thai fighters an edge in developing their game. By the time they turn pro at 15, which is the minimum age for pro fighting in Thailand, they would already have accumulated over 100 fights. [caption id="attachment_3746" align="alignright" width="421"]

  10. Spencer Brown Ready for Action At YOKKAO 25 Hong Kong and YOKKAO 27 UK!

    Spencer Brown Ready for Action At YOKKAO 25 Hong Kong and YOKKAO 27 UK!

    After a series of spectacular wins on MX MUAY XTREME in Thailand, Spencer Brown the KO kid shows no signs of letting up and is pulling no punches. He has already signed up for 2 more fights scheduled these 2 months: the first at YOKKAO 25 in Hong Kong, followed by YOKKAO 27 at Bolton, UK. [caption id="attachment_3704" align="alignright" width="350"]Spencer YOKKAO Saenchai Gym Spencer YOKKAO Saenchai Gym[/caption] In just less than a week from now, Spencer will make his second Hong Kong fight appearance at YOKKAO 25. He is set to meet Lui Chun Yin who fights out of the Fighting Arts Center in Hong Kong. Lui is a veteran of the Hong Kong Muay Thai scene as well as a star in the Chinese region. Forward a month after YOKKAO 25, Spencer returns home to the Kingdom for YOKKAO 27 at Bolton, UK,  where he will face

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