Thailand’s popular weekly Muay Thai event, MAX Muay Thai, is set to re-open its doors in February.
Once known as one of the biggest shows outside of the elite Muay Thai scene in Bangkok, the Pattaya-based promotion ceased operations in December 2020.
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After the TV deal with Thai Channel 9 came to an end, the MAX Muay Thai Stadium, situated on Sukhumvitpattaya 42, closed its doors indefinitely.
A new deal will see MAX Muay Thai return on Thailand’s JKN18, with the first event in more than 14 months set to take place on Sunday, February 20.
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Running since 2013, over the years MAX Muay Thai has hosted bouts with many of the top foreign fighters in Thailand.
British Muay Thai fighters such as Liam Harrison, Luke Bar, Sam Gough, Shane Farquharson, Josh Hill, Owen Trykowski and many more have made numerous appearances on the promotion.
Further details on the fight card for the return of MAX Muay Thai will follow.
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