The weekly Thai Channel 8 Muay Thai show, Muay Thai Super Champ, airs live again from Bangkok, Thailand, this Sunday.
The UK’s Liam Griffin, currently having another spell at FA Group Gym, will be in action on the card.
He is set to face Petchadisak ThamSueaMuaythai in a 65kg bout. The pair weighed in earlier today exactly the same at 64.8kg.
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Full fight card and weigh-in results for Muay Thai Super Champ มวยช่อง8
Klasuek Venum Muaythai (63.6kg)
Patrik Szana (Hungary 63.6kg)
Petchnamngam Xtra-Cole (62.6kg)
Phean Sophat (Cambodia 63.4kg)
Champ Xtra-Cole (67.4kg)
Omar Semet (Turkey 69-1kg)
Petchadisak Tham Suea Muaythai (64.8)
Liam Griffin (England 64.8kg)
Thestar Sit Chor. (50kg)
Desiree Rovira (Spain 49.6kg)
Meri Payaksamui Gym (53.8kg)
Mariana Bernardes Scombatti (Brazil 54kg)
Arinchai Kiatkreangsak (62kg)
Jake Buksh (New Zealand 61.8kg)
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 มวยช่อง8 Facebook page.
What time does Muay Thai Super Champ start?
The live stream is set to begin at 7pm (Thai Local Time) on Sunday, May 15. 1pm BST (British Summer Time), 2pm CEST (Central European Standard Time).