Top 4 Muay Thai Fights In Thailand This Week

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It’s another busy week of Muay Thai in Thailand. The packed schedule sees no less than twelve elite Muay Thai events in and around Bangkok.

The regular weekly events at Channel 7 Stadium, Siam Omnoi Stadium, World Siam Stadium, Blue Arena and many more all host some mega line-ups this week.

With so many good fights for fans to choose from though, which are the main bouts to watch? Here’s our top four picks for Muay Thai fights in Thailand this week;

Puenkon Tor.Surat vs Petchthailand

Scheduled as the main event at Petchyindee Muay Thai on Thursday, two of the World’s top ranked stars will clash in a 119lbs bout.

Puenkon Tor.Surat, currently ranked #1 by WMO Muay Thai and #2 by WBC Muaythai at 115lbs, will step up to face 2019 WBC Muaythai World champion Petchthailand.

Sangmanee Sor.KafaeMuayThai vs Rungkit Bor.Rungrot

The second of Petchyindee’s weekly events, Muaymunwansuk, takes place at Rangsit Stadium on Friday. The featured main event on the televised fight card sees Sangmanee taking on Rungkit in a rematch.

The pair last clashed at Muaymunwansuk back in November last year. Sangmanee took a points win on that occasion.

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Prabsuek Siopol vs Pinpetch Banchamek

Another two of the World’s top Muay Thai fighters are set to clash in the main event at SuekJao Muay Thai on Saturday 13th March.

Former WBC Muaythai Super-Lightweight #4 Prabsuek Siopol will face Pinpetch Banchamek in what is another rematch. They last met back in October at Rajadamnern Stadium where Prabsuek took the victory.

Littewada Sitthikul vs Ferrari Fairtex

Perhaps the main fight every Muay Thai fan is looking forward to this weekend is the encounter between Littewada and Ferrari Fairtex.

Littewada is one of the hottest fighters in Thailand right now and comes into this on a three fight knockout streak. His opponent Ferrari Fairtex however, is also in fine form. He has beaten Yodlekphet and Thaksinlek in his last two bouts.

The pair are set to face off in the main event at Channel 7 Stadium this coming Sunday 14th March. As always, Channel 7 airs in the afternoon in Thailand, so it’s an early Sunday morning time for UK Muay Thai fans.

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