Sunday, May 27, 2012

Muay Thai stars lead home hopes in Battle for the Belts : May27th 2012

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Muay Thai stars Sakeddao Petchpayatai and Jomthong Chuwattana will lead the local challenge in the Battle for the Belts tournament with seven world titles at stake.
The inaugural event will take place at Muang Thong Thani's Impact Arena on July 9 and feature seven WBC Muay Thai world champions who will defend their crowns.

Super-lightweight champion Sakeddao will fight challenger Raouf Beliouz of France, while lightweight Jomthong will take on Australian sensation Dane Beauchamp.

Welterweight Big Ben of Thailand will face Europe's top gun Fabio Pinca, a former WBC world champion and Thai Fight finalist.

Thai Fight super-welterweight champion Kem Sitsongpeenong of Thailand will challenge Alejedrano Asumu for the super-welterweight belt.

The main event will be the battle between Russia's undefeated light-heavyweight champion Artem Levin and Canadian fighter Simon Marcus, who earned the right to face Levin after beating America's Joe Schilling in the WBC final elimination contest in Las Vegas last week.

Australian Steven McKinnon will meet Frank Munoz of the Netherlands for the super-cruiserweight belt. In the heavyweight world championship, title-holder Christian Bosch will be up against Japan's Fabiano Cyclone.

In a non-title contest, Thailand's rising star Dechbanjong Fairtex will fight compatriot Jingreedtong Seatransferry.

Each bout consists of five three-minute rounds.
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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Marcus ready for Russian champ show , 20 May 55

Canadian Simon Marcus' win against American Joe Schilling in Las Vegas recently has set up a Muay Thai world title showdown against light-heavyweight champion Artem Levin of Russia in Bangkok on June 9 2012.

Marcus had to fight all the way for a majority points win after being knocked down by Schilling in the first round.

Seven WBC Muay Thai world champions will defend their green belt titles against the best challengers in the Battle for the Belts at Muang Thong Thani's Impact Arena on June 9.

Never before have so many Muay Thai world title defences been featured in one championship event that will be televised live across Thailand on Channel 9 with a simultaneous international telecast by IMG.

Three Thai world champions _ Sakeddao Petchapayatai, Jomthong Chuwattana and Big Ben Ch Praram 6 _ will defend their titles.

Super-lightweight champion Sakeddao will be challenged by French superstar Raouf Beliouz, lightweight Jomthong will do battle against in-form Australian sensation Dane Beauchamp, and welterweight Big Ben takes on Europe's top gun Fabio Pinca, the former WBC world champion and Thai Fight finalist.

African-Spaniard WBC world champion Alejedrano Asuma will defend his title against reigning Thai Fight super-welterweight champion Kem Sitsongpeenong.

Kem has beaten the best of European challenges, and is regarded as the most formidable international Muay Thai warrior. To win the WBC world title belt will be Kem's crowning glory.

The world will be watching the main event when undefeated Levin faces Marcus. Marcus won the WMPF world championship in Bangkok and, should he win against Levin, will have capped a remarkable winning streak against the world's best.

Likewise Australian Steven McKinnon, who has held his WBC super-cruiserweight title for several years, faces his ultimate test against Holland's Frank Munoz who is regarded as one of Europe's best Muay Thai fighters.

A triumph against Munoz will enforce McKinnon's reputation and fame as one of the great Muay Thai all-time stars.

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The heavyweight world championship features a clash of the titans between Argentina's WBC world title-holder Christian Bosch and Japan's Fabiano Cyclone.

The coming together of these two top heavweights will be a thrilling battle and provides the icing for the seven world titles extravaganza.