Breaking News: Saenchai, Singdam and Manachai to Headline YOKKAO 25 - 26
Hong Kong fans are going to be in for a triple treat this September. In order to stage a great Muay Thai event for the upcoming YOKKAO 25 - 26, two more headlining fighters from the YOKKAO Fight Team have been added to the fight card. Singdam Kiatmoo9 and Manachai will join Saenchai in what is shaping up to be the best YOKKAO fight night in Hong Kong yet! Fresh off a dominating win in his Kunlun Fight debut in June, this will be Singdam’s first fight appearance in Hong Kong. Singdam Kiatmoo9, nicknamed the “Black Lion”, is a legend in Muay Thai. In his illustrious career, he has fought a who’s who list of the most elite fighters such as Yodsanklai Fairtex, Orono Wor Petchpun, Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym, and his fellow YOKKAO comrade, Saenchai. The multiple time Thailand and Lumpinee champion has received the highest honor of being awarded the Fighter of the year by Lumpinee stadium, and both the Sports Authority as well as Sports Writers of Thailand. Watch out for his middle kick, arguably the strongest in Thailand.
YOKKAO’s youngest star fighter, Manachai, will be up for his second fight in front of a Hong Kong audience. Since his acquisition by YOKKAO early last year, the 20-year-old has been training alongside his teammates cum legends, Saenchai and Singdam, and famed trainer Kru Manop, under their close tutelage. The youngster already has close to 300 fights and almost 200 wins to his name, and he looks set to add another W to his fight stats at YOKKAO 25 - 26. Invitation is still open to any pro fighter or gym who wishes to propose their fighters to fight on this event, including a golden opportunity to face the living legend Saenchai in the ring. Feel free to submit the profiles at email@example.com. Do take note: the date has been slightly adjusted. Originally planned for Thursday 28th September, the event date is now changed and brought forward to Monday 11th September. Stay connected with YOKKAO via social networks for the latest news on YOKKAO 25 - 26.