Another win by KO for the YOKKAO Team ? Saenchai did it again ? #Andstill the Thai Fight Champion ??? #YOKKAOTeam #KO #dreamteam #fighter #fight #champion #livinglegend #Saenchai YOKKAO Super Clearance Sale*! Now 50% discount at yokkao.com on boxing gloves, Muay Thai shorts and other training gear! No coupons needed ?? *Valid until end of January! Hit the link in bio ? #muaythaigear #boxinggloves
The YOKKAO Fight Team is smashing things up in the ring. Over the course of 5 events, 5 individual YOKKAO fighters have gone home with the win, all via knockouts. After a brief absence since his winning appearance on YOKKAO 25 in Hong Kong, Nobita has returned to train full-time at YOKKAO Training Center Bangkok with his team mates. The WMC boxing champion marked his return with a KO-win using his signature power punches, kickstarting the new Year in an impactful way for YOKKAO. Manachai continued his wreckage with his Italian debut at the Night of Kick and Punch promotion on 20th January. The fight ended in fast fashion via referee stoppage in round 1 after just 2:35 minutes and Manachai was declared the winner by TKO. The young star has clocked a series of KO wins over the past couple of months and the win in Milan against Italian Nak Muay Nuriel Glorian Cauli extends the streak. Manachai will next face Pongsiri PKSaenchaiGym on February 18th for the Channel 7 14lbs Title. YOKKAO top superstar Saenchai showed why he is still the King of the Ring at Thai Fight Bangkok on January 27. The Muay Thai living legend faced a vastly taller opponent, Henrique Muller from Brazil for the Thai Fight Super Lightweight Champion. As always, Saenchai dominated the entire fight and finished it off with a signature “question mark” head kick knockout just 10 seconds in the third round. Over the same weekend as Thai Fight, Yodchai went home with a KO win of his own over at Channel 7 stadium. The young Singburi fighter powerful strikes reduced his opponent falling onto the canvas in round 3 and stretchered out. Yodchai has been trouncing opponents in the ring and his future is looking more promising than ever. After a win over golden age legend, Orono Por Muang Ubon at MX last December, Erhan returned to the popular TV show last Friday for another brutal 6oz gloves battle. He rounded up the 5-KO YOKKAO splendour with a fast finisher, felling his opponent Jimmy Liangprasert in the first round to end the fight with rapid fashion. Stay connected with YOKKAO on social media network for more of the latest news on the YOKKAO Fight Team.