BREAKING: Manachai to fight for WMO Belt at Lumpinee Stadium

It’s back-to-back action for Manachai who made his return on YOKKAO Fight Night Bologna after a 2-month break. Following the sensational KO victory, he will be back in Italy for January’s YOKKAO 45-46 but there is one more fight to clear this month.

It will be no easy task as Manachai will take to the elite stage of the renowned Lumpinee Stadium on 17 December where he will compete for the WMO title. After a year of almost pristine record in 2018, 2019 proved to be a challenging period for Manachai who clocked inconsistent results. He is back once again and ready to prove himself against the best in the sport.

On the coming Tuesday, Manachai will compete against a tough fellow Thai fighter, Thrythep Lsm99 for the WMO belt. This is the first time the pair will meet in the ring. Matched at 144lbs and with the Muay Thai championship belt on the line, we expect both title contenders to go all out in the welterweight world war.

The event will kick off at 6:30pm at Lumpinee stadium and will air live on Thailand’s TV5 channel. Stay connected with us over social media for the latest updates.