Monday, June 11th: The TopKing World Series success train heads to southern Thailand for the next installment of the exciting fight series.
The event takes place on Saturday the 16th of June down in Suratthani.
The showpiece encounter features MuayThai superstar Yodwicha from KemMuayThai gym taking on Dutch combatant Gerorges Soloman in a contest set at 70kgs.
Yodwicha is a former TopKing World Series 70kg tournament winner, from back in 2016 — he is also a former Lumpinee stadium champion in the 140lbs division.
The prelude to the main event sees current Channel7 stadium super-lightweight champion Chujaroen from Dabrunsarakam gym square off against Israeli fighter Ilya Grad at 70kgs.
Sitmonchai gym fighter Yodkhunpon will pit his skills against Germany’s Fabian Hundt in a contest set at 70kgs.
Former Isuzu tournament winner Rungrawee from KemMuayThai gym will clash with French fighter Laurent Tevanee at 77kgs.
Current Lumpinee stadium welterweight champion Rafi Bohic from France will collide with Chinese warrior Han Zi Hao at 62kgs.
It’s a battle of China versus Myanmar as Dai Xian faces off against So Mi Ong at 52kgs.
The Thailand super-series 70kg tournament continues with four new combatants looking to join Yodkhunpon and Talaytong who have already qualified for the final four.
This time around the four warriors who will compete in the one-night four-man qualifiers are: Aroondet Pran26, Avartan Tor Morsri, Petchsanguan Sor Chanasit and Suayngam Pumpanmuang.
Aroondet faces Suayngam and Petchsanguan meets Avartan in the semifinals with the winners of each bout colliding for the right to join the final four.
All TopKingWorldSeries contests are fought over 3x3 minute rounds under full MuayThai rules -- the show airs live on Thai television via Mono29 from 6:20pm (Thai local time).