Monday the 6th of November is set up for another scintillating night of MuayThai action at the world famous Rajadamnern Stadium.
MuayThai royalty and two candidates for the position of the proverbial pound for king will clash once again. These two fighters need no introduction and if they do — you have been living under a rock for the last five years.
Panpayak and Sangmanee have won the majority of the most coveted accolades available in the sport of MuayThai. Lumpinee titles, Rajadamnern titles and fighter of the year awards have all been secured by these two superstars of the sport.
In their most recent encounter, which took place on last month’s Samui Fight festival, Panpayak came away with a convincing win. He shut Sangmanee down for the entirety of the fight and showed why he is one of the most feared fighters on today’s elite MuayThai circuit.
Sangmanee was the victor when they met in 2016, taking that win on points, a result which left the Jitmuangnon crew shaken, but not stirred.
Panpayak and his always vocal but polite dad spent the next six months calling for a rematch with Sangmanee. It’s now Sangmanee’s turn for Muay vengeance!
The entire show for the 6th of November is stacked to the roof with:
Yodpanomrung Jitmuangnon taking on Chamuaktong P.k.saenchai Muaythaigym in battle set at 139lbs.
Prajanchai PK Saenchai gym will face off against Morakot KomSaimai in what has the making of another cracking battle between these two super bantamweight stars.
Muay Fimeu extraordinaire, Sarawute from Sor-Jor Vichitpidrew gym will go to war with the classy Sam-D from Petchyindee MuayThai.
A serious contender for fighter of the year, Petmuangchon will square off against the formidable Prewpark Sor-Jor Vichitpidrew.
A night of elite MuayThai action that is not to be missed.