Pakorn cancels all his fights in Thailand in preparation to defend the YOKKAO World Title at YOKKAO 13!
The news is confirmed: the most requested and highest paid fighter of Lumpini canceled his upcoming fight schedule in March to devote himself entirely to defending the YOKKAO World Title 65kg scheduled for Saturday, March 21st in Bolton vs Liam Harrison. Previously scheduled to fight vs Singdam Kiatmoo9 on 6th of March, 2015 and the 30th of March vs Jomthong Chuwattana, Pakorn PKSaenchaimuaythaigym is now on a strict training regiment followed closely by the legend of Muay Thai Saenchai together with other champions Prajanchai and Chanajon.
Saenchai, in particular, who fought against Liam Harrison three times, is preparing the fighter with extra training sessions focused to attack Liam's weaknesses. Pakorn declared to his fans: "I want to be at my top, I will not give any benefit to Liam Harrison. Saturday, March 21st you will see me fight at 1000% and you'll understand. The YOKKAO belt will come back to Thailand with me, Pakorn!" The YOKKAO World Title fight between Pakorn and Liam Harrison, already announced to the media is seeing the stage for the fight of 2015, undoubtedly the fight will determine the best fighter in the world of Muay Thai in 65kg category.
While in Thailand at the YOKKAO Training Center in Bangkok, Pakorn is followed by Saenchai, Chanajon and Prajanchai, in England at the famous YOKKAO Training Center Bad Company Leeds, Liam Harrison is preparing with the YOKKAO World Champion Jordan Watson, Stephen Meleady and Bad Company's founder Richard Smith, all coming soon on Saturday, March 21, 2015 in Bolton for YOKKAO 12 and 13.
Less than three weeks separate us from the most anticipated event of Muay Thai: Pakorn PKSaenchaiMuayThaiGym vs. Liam Harrison, Jordan Watson vs Sanny Dahlbeck, Stephen Meleady vs. Chris Shaw, Bernise Alldis vs Tanya Merret, Darren O'Connor vs Karim Bennoui with all the YOKKAO UK Ranked fighters ready to give you a show in an evening that will mark again the history of Muay Thai ... are you ready?