Earlier today, the fighters took to the scales ahead of the return of Muay Hardcore.
After the temporary closure of the Bazaar Theatre in Bangkok, the promoters of the weekly Thai Channel 8 events headed south to Patong Stadium in Phuket.
This weekend will see the first Muay Hardcore and Muay Thai Super Champ events in more than six months since the lockdow in Bangkok.
Tomorrow’s main event will see an exciting clash between Daraeak of Revolution Muaythai Gym in Phuket taking on Adam Noi of Venum Training Camp.
Daraeak tipped the scales slightly overweight at 64.1kg for the 63kg contest, with Adam Noi coming in bang on the agreed limit.
Full weigh-in results for Muay Hardcore;
- Daraeak Revolution Muaythai Phuket (64.1kg) vs.Adam Noi (France 63kg)
- Yodseanchai Seardammhooplara (60kg) vs. Tommasso Vene (Italy 60.2kg)
- Yodwittaya Santi Muaythai Gym (58.4kg) vs. Noelisson Cardoso (Brazil 58kg)
- Sawsing Sor.Sopit (55.6kg) vs. Negin Shahinfar (Iran 58.5kg)
- Dangkongfah Jaosurenoi Muaythai (52kg) vs. Barbara Aguiar (Brazil 51.8kg)
- Saensuek Venum Muaythai (70.2kg) vs. Gabriel Pereira (Brazil 69kg)
- Singha Phuket Singh Muaythai (66.4kg) vs. Maxim Branis (Israel 67 kg)
How to watch Muay Hardcore?
As always, Muay Hardcore will be available to live stream for free via Thai Channel 8 YouTube channel.
It is also streamed live and free via the Muay Hardcore and Muay thai Super Champ Facebook pages.
What time does Muay hardcore start?
The live stream is set to begin at 7pm (Thai Local Time) on Saturday 9th October. 1pm BST (British Summer Time), 2pm CEST (Central European Standard Time).
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