As the Muay Thai calendar continues to regain normality, we have a host of top Muay Thai events to look forward to in the Motherland again this weekend.
Thursday through to Sunday are all stacked full of top fights, with many of the World’s best Muay Thai fighters in action in Thailand.
Here’s our top four picks for Muay Thai fights you don’t want to miss from Thailand this weekend.
Petchsomjit Jitmuangnon vs Satanmuanglek
2019 Rajadamnern Stadium 112lbs champion Petchsomjit Jitmuangnon faces off against Satanmuanglek in this Thursday’s main event at Petchyindee Muay Thai.
Petchsomjit comes into this bout after four fights unbeaten. Having ended 2020 with three straight victories, he then battled out a draw against Oleylek Sor.Kianjai at Blue Arena last month.
He has defeated Satanmuanglek on three of the previous four occasions they have met, but his upcoming opponent is in good form of his own.
Despite mixed results throughout 2019, Satanmuanglek ended 2020 with two huge victories. He beat former WBC World champion PetchThailand in August and also defeated Rungnarai Kiatmoo9 to win the WMO Muay Thai World title in September.
Capitan Petchyindee Academy vs Nuenglanlek Jitmuangnon
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Luis Cajaiba vs Satanfah Sitsongpeenong
This Saturday’s main event at World Siam Stadium sees Brazilian Luis Cajaiba taking on Satanfah Rachanon.
Both fighters are former WBC Muaythai World champions and bring a wealth of experience and good form into this bout.
Cajaiba is on a win streak of three and beat Sorgraw Petchyindee in his last bout just a few weeks ago.
The pair have met once in the past. Satanfah picked up the win against Cajaiba during his time with THAI FIGHT in 2018.
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Ronachai Tor.Ramintra vs Prajanchai PKSaenchaimuaythaigym
This match up has all the makings of ‘fight of the week’ in Thailand as two of the World’s top Super-Bantamweight’s collide in the main event at Channel 7 Stadium on Sunday.
WMO Muay Thai World #5, Ronachai, takes on #6, Prajanchai, in a huge Muay Thai contest set at 124lbs. See our full run down and preview of this bout here.