Earlier today, the fighters took to the scales ahead of tomorrow’s edition of Muay Thai Super Champ.
Full weigh-in results for Muay Thai Super Champ;
Pataksiam VK Khao Yai 56.4-0.4 k.g.
Ayat Zarrinfar (Iran) 56.2-0.2 k.g.
Khunsueklek Sitphuyaithep 60 k.g.
Tommasso Vene (Italy) 60.8-0.8 k.g.
Gusjung Fairtex 49 k.g.
Desiree Rovira (Spain) 48.8 k.g.
Kwankhaw Jacky Gym 56.5 k.g.
Ruslana Vyniavska (Ukraine) 56.5 k.g.
Klasuek Venum Muaythai 63k.g.
Muhammad Syahidi (Malaysia) 64.6-0.6 k.g.
Rambo J.Power Roof Samui 68.8 k.g.
Mohammad Siasaranikojouri (Iran) 69.2-0.2 k.g.
Daraeak Revolution Muaythai Phuket 64kg
Kevin Jolliet (Switzerland) 63.8 k.g.
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How to watch Muay Thai Super Champ?
As always, Muay Thai Super Champ will be available to live stream for free via Thai Channel 8 YouTube channel.
It is also streamed live and free via the Muay Thai Super Champ Facebook page.
What time does Muay Thai Super Champ start?
The live stream is set to begin at 7pm (Thai Local Time) on Sunday 5th December. 12pm BST (British Summer Time), 1pm CEST (Central European Standard Time).