Four month on since the main Muay Thai stadiums around Bangkok reopened following the COVID-19 pandemic, Lumpinee Stadium has remained closed.
On Tuesday 24th November, however, Lumpinee Stadium will reopen and host its first elite Muay Thai event, promoted by Kiatpetch and Tded99.
In just a matter of weeks though, Lumpinee Stadium is set to host a mega Muay Thai event to celebrate its 64th birthday on 8th December 2020. The full fight card for this event was released earlier today.
See the ten-bout fight card, courtesy of @muaythairesults, below;
- Nompriew Tohrachatan vs Tabtimthong SorJor.Lekmuangnon (112lb)
- Seusat Paeminburi vs Petchpailin SorJor.TongPrachin (118lb)
- Thanonchai Fairtex vs Siwakorn Kiatcharoenchai (136lb)
- Kulabdam SorJor.PiekUthai vs Shadow Tor.Thepsutin (141lb)
- Ratchadet TNmuaythai vs Singhalek Sor.Chokmeechai (115lb)
- Eakalak Sor.SamarnGarment vs Boonchana NayokAthasala (119lb)
- Ronachai Tor.Ramintra vs Fahpennueng Por.Lakboon (122lb-123lb)
- Prajanchai Klongsuanpluresort vs Kompetch Sitsarawatseur (121lb-122lb)
- Jom Parunchai vs Patihan Por.Lakboon (121lb)
- Maemmot Atchariyapradit vs Rakprajan Langprajangallery (100lb)