The next installment of the Top King World Series is set to take place in China featuring Sangmanee and a host of other MuayThai superstars in action

January 4, 2017

The final four contenders from the 2016/2017 Top King 70kg tournament will go to battle for the right to be crowned the new champion 

In the first semi-final Thailands Yodwicha from KemMuayThai gym will face off against Ruslan Atev, who hails from Uzbekistan.

 

Yodwicha disposed of Sorgraw from Petchyindee gym in the quarter finals and Ruslan overcame China's Zhang Guanqui to earn passage to the semi-finals.

 

The second semi-final features another Thai in Yodkhunpon from Sitmonchai gym, who will go up against Russian hardman, Arbi Emev. 

 

Yodkhunpon overcame Kevin Renahy in his quarter final via a third round Tko victory whilst Emev beat Chinese fighter PU Dongdong in his quarter final bout. 

 

Will it be an all Thai final or will the Russians and the Uzbekis be flying their flags high in the tournaments final? 

The show will feature a series of super bouts that are all set at 3x3 min rounds and the first of these features one of Thailands curent superstars, Sangmanee, from 13 coins gym who will fight a South African fighter at 63kgs.

Former Lumpinee stadium 135lb champion, Chujaroen, will fight Slovakian fighter, Marco Novak in a bout set at 65kgs. Chujaroen is currently ranked no.6 in the 140lb division at Lumpinee stadium. 

Current star of the higher weight class divisions here in the Kingdom of Thailand, Sansatan, from PK Saenchai gym will go to war with French fighter, Raypin Raphael at 70kgs. Sansatan is a former two time champion of the famed Lumpinee stadium.  

Top King World Series regular and ex Ch7 stadium champion and stalwart, Rungravee, from Sasiprapa gym will face off against French fighter, Mourad Harfaqui at 63.5kgs.

 The show will air live on Thai cable TV channel - Mono 29. We will post streaming links on our Facebook page on the day of the event. 

 

 

 

 

 

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