UK #1 Alex MacGregor will return to competition in Thailand for the first time in more than 4 years.
The Scotsman spent most of 2016 and 2017 training at SutaiMuayThai in Phuket and competed every month at MX Muay Xtreme. He returned to the UK in late 2017, and since the loss to Reece McAllister almost 5 years ago, he has dominated the UK scene.
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Now the UK Super-Welterweight #1 and WMO Muaythai British champion, MacGregor has flown back out to Thailand and promises to make some big moves and cause scenes on the Thai circuit.
His first bout since returning to the Motherland will be this Sunday, June 5, at มวยช่อง8 Muay Thai Super Champ. He is set to take on Sammy SammyMuayThai in a 72.5kg contest, weighing in successfully at the Bazaar Theatre in Bangkok earlier today.
The full weigh-in results for มวยช่อง8 Muay Thai Super Champ on Sunday, June 5;
Yodseanchai Seardammooplara (58.8kg)
So Sovarathana (Cambodia 59.2-0.2kg)
Chalermsub PhuketFightClub (69.8kg)
Shayan Heydari (Iran 70kg)
Petchsikhio Nayokkumpanat (61.8kg)
Babak Haghi (Iran 62.2-0.2kg)
Sammy SammyMuaythai (72.6kg)
Alex Macgregor (Scotland 72.4kg)
Nanghong SeethroughWedding (52.8kg)
Milagros Lopez (Argentina 52.6kg)
Fahsai Aor.Yuthachai (58kg)
Marie Heinz (Luxembourg 58kg)
Yodkumarn Max Jandee (54.2-0.2kg)
Chan Rit (Cambodia 53.6kg)
How to watch มวยช่อง8 Muay Thai Super Champ?
As always, the event will be streamed live and free via the มวยช่อง8 Facebook page and YouTube channel. The stream is scheduled to begin at 7pm Thai local time / 1pm BST (British Summer Time).