The YOKKAO Thailand Fight Team has done it again! Over the weekend, fighters from YOKKAO took to events in Thailand and beyond to deliver respective victories in the various arenas. It's a spectacular 3 wins in a row for the team within a space of two days! YOKKAO young star, Manachai kicked off the string of victories with his smashing performance on All Star Fight 5 at Prague, Czech Republic. On Friday night at the Tipsport Arena, the Thai fighter faced a towering Nauzet Trujillo from Spain. Despite the height and reach disadvantage, Manachai dominated the fight from the start to finish. The YOKKAO prospect was unrelenting in his offense, pushing forward constantly and unleashed a series of punishing low kicks that left Trujillo's thighs burning red by the end. It was no surprise when Manachai was awarded the win via unanimous decision.
Back home in Bangkok, Thailand, Yodchai returned to the prestigious Lumpinee stadium as he continues his climb up the ranking. He faced another Lumpinee regular, Bin Parachai for the main event on Saturday's Lumpinee TKO promotion. The 2 fighters last met in the ring back in December last year with Yodchai winning on points. After a fierce battle between the 2, Yodchai emerged the victor once again via decision.
On the same night down south of Thailand in the city of Songkhla, Saenchai headlined the Thai Fight event as he took on Iranian fighter, Amin Naseri. Right from his rockstar-like entrance to the ring, Saenchai looked self-assured in adding another win to his legendary fight record. Amin Naseri put up a commendable performance, enough to put on the pressure on the Muay Thai legend in the first round. The significant ring experience showed as Saenchai remained composed and relaxed throughout the 3 rounds, dominating over his opponent with a masterful performance. The living legend finished off with an unanimous decision to make it a sweeping triple-victory weekend for the YOKKAO Fight Team. Stay connected with YOKKAO on social media network for more of the latest news on the YOKKAO Fight Team.