Sunday, 4th July 2021 — THAI FIGHT returned to live events this weekend with THAI FIGHT Strong, a closed-door event at JF Boxing Stadium in Pattaya, Thailand.
Featured on the fight card were three huge King’s Cup tournaments and a Queen’s Cup female Muay Thai tournament.
- 3 female Muay Thai fights at Muay Hardcore and Super Champ
- Panicos Yusuf returns to action at Muay Hardcore
- Liam Harrison: “Jacob Smith can shock Rodtang”
- How Jacob Smith’s dreams to fight Rodtang came true
- 3 new WBC Muaythai World champions crowned
Rungnapha Por.Muengpetch vs Daniela López
López, a regular at the weekly Super Champ and Muay Hardcore, has had a mixed set of results during her time in Thailand.
Despite three losses to World ranked #1 Dangkongfah in 2020, López registered three straight wins at Muay Thai Super Champ between Novermber 2020 and March 2021.
She extended her unbeaten streak to four this weekend, defeating Rungnapha via points decision in their semi-final bout at THAI FIGHT Strong.
Petchjeeja Lukjaoporongtom vs Cindy Silvestre
Silvestre is one of the most active non-Thai female Muay Thai fighters and renowned for stepping up against some of the best fighters in the World.
Arguably her toughest test to date, Cindy Silvestre was stopped in the second round by her opponent Petchjeeja, who continues her dominant reign as one of the best female Muay Thai fighters in the World.
Semi-final winners Petchjeeja and Daniela López will move on to the final of the Queen’s Cup tournament where they will meet each other at a later date.