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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. For the YOKKAO world champion, this will just be another obstacle in his reign. The 32 year-old shows no signs of slowing down as exhibited at YOKKAO 27 with his skills and experience that bagged an impressive KO win. The video clip of his stunning win was uploaded on YOKKAO Instagram recently and it went viral with over 2 million views. With the earlier announced Reece McAllister vs Singdam confirmed for the fight card and now this explosive title defense, YOKKAO 29 - 30 is gearing up to exceed all expectations once again. Tickets are already on sale at https://www.yokkao.com/events/yokkao-29-30-tickets/. The Bolton Macron Stadium is expected to be packed to the brims so secure your tickets early to avoid disappointment.