All Star Fight: The Buakaw fronted promotion returns for round two
All Star Fight promotions returns for their second coming this weekend, Saturday the 30th of September.
The event will take place out at the Workpoint Tv studios in Pathum Thani, on the outskirts of Bangkok. Entry to watch the event is free — and the show starts at 4pm.
The headline bout sees global superstar, Baukaw Banchamek face off against Ukrainian boxer Sergei Kuliaba.
Sergei will be looking to make a statement against Buakaw, he is well versed in fighting on All Star’s three by three minute rounds concept having previously fought on two different Thai based promotions unde these rules.
Let’s hope this fight lasts longer than Baukaw’s last fight, where he stopped Azizz Hlali with ease in the midst of the opening stanza.
Current Lumpinee stadium super Welterweight champion, Buakiew from Sitsongpeenong gym will go up against another Ukrainian fighter, in Sasha from MuayThai academy.
This will be an interesting clash of styles as Sasha is an exciting walk forward fighter and Buakiew, the newly crowned Lumpinee champ will be looking to land his trademark monster knees.
Former stadium superstar, Pakorn will fight Igor Liubchenka, another of the Ukrainian boys to do the battle this weekend.
Pakorn is coming off a defeat to English fighter, Charlie Peters, so let’s see if the Samut Prakan fighter can make amends this time around and unleash his rath on Igor.
Current Rajadamnern Stadium super Welterweight champion, Sibmuen from Chuwattana gym faces off against international star, Andrei Kulebin.
Kulebin is coming off a loss on Kunlun and Sibmuen‘s most recent outing in the ring saw him beat JoJo from 13 Coins gym.
Petchmongkon from Banchamek gym will go to war with the exciting Frenchman, Yohan Drai.
Drai is fresh off a big win on Kunlun — and will look to continue his rich vein of form.
The next fight is battle of ASEAN neighbors with Thailand’s Manachai taking on Laotian fighter Noukhith Latsaphao.
Fairtex gym fighter Saemapetch will take on Brazilian fighter Maycon Oller. Saemapetch is a former winner of the Channel 7️⃣ stadium Tiger cement tournament.
The opening bout is an all Thailand affair with Ngao from Por Kitpanna gym taking on Sairung Sor Chaicharoen.
For anyone who is in Bangkok and wanting to go watch the show live, there is a map to the TV studios location in the following Facebook link: WorkPoint TV studios