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Lockdowns have been lifted, Covid has taken a well-earned bare-knuckle fist to the face, and everyone in the Kingdom of Smiles is ready to get out and about and begin having fun with life once more. And what higher approach to bounce back into the swing of things than to witness some impressive bare-knuckle fighting motion with BKFC knockouts, beatdowns and more.
Coming to you on December 18th, 2021, from the gorgeous city of Pattaya, Thailand, is BKFC Thailand 1 “The Game Changer” (Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship Thailand-1). Tickets are on sale now at all Thai Ticket Major retailers or by clicking the hyperlink:
This epic first occasion shall be held at The Pattaya Exhibition And Convention Hall (PEACH), located at the world-renowned and multi-award-winning, Royal Cliff Hotel. Situated on a beautiful coastal playground, this 5-start resort is like no other and is the right spot for spectators to get away and unwind and luxuriate in this epic world-class combating event.
BKFC Thailand 1 “The Game Changer” is dropped at you by Nick Chapman, former MMA Champion and CEO of BKFC Thailand, and his associates. He is a distinguished figure within the Thailand fight scene. Often refereeing massive scale fights, promoting events, managing fighters and contributing to the growth and excellence of the Thailand combat sports activities fight scene. His current focus is building the BKFC model in Thailand and across Asia.
BKFC is a globally recognized organization, thanks to the efforts of bare-knuckle President and CEO, Dave Feldman. BKFC has reached new heights within the USA, Europe and Russia through staging exhilarating, fast-paced bare-knuckle preventing events.
Thailand, the birthplace of the world’s most devastating combat sport, Muay Thai, is uniquely primed to adopt BKFC, the world’s fastest-growing fight sport. Muay Thai fighters are already acquainted with close-quarter hand handy combat as Muay Thai incorporates clinching (plum), grappling, hand fighting and striking using punches, concurrently.
While these remain foreign ideas in western boxing and most other martial arts, these strategies are authorized beneath the BKFC guidelines, giving MT fighters several distinct benefits in BKFC’s distinctive area: The Squared Circle.
Muay Thai fighters have been combating bare-knuckle or with roped arms for tons of of years. Thai persons are a variety of the toughest and fiercest fighters on the planet, we consider we will be seeing world champions in BKFC popping out of Thailand very quickly
Unlike MMA’s cage or a traditional four-sided boxing ring, BKF (Bare Knuckle Fighting) takes place in a novel round roped stage.
Fighters can’t get stuck in a corner, making fights dynamic and continuously evolving. A actually dynamic and thrilling treat for the audience to watch.
This inaugural event (get tickets here) is bringing some sensational battle playing cards, made up of both Thai and International fighters who have been hand-selected from tryouts run in Pattaya, Phuket and Bangkok (coming soon). Though many are making their debut in Bare-knuckle Fighting, they’re all well-seasoned warriors of their unique disciplines. Athletes corresponding to Steve “Panda” Banks is a former WBC (World Boxing Council) Muay Thai Champion, Sirimonkhon Lamthun is a former multi-class boxing WBC, WBA, WBU, IBO titleholder. Souris Manfredi is a multiple-time Muay Thai & Lethwei World Champion, nonetheless currently ranked high three on the planet having just fought for the WBC belt at Full Metal Muay Thai. No questions asked in which down the cardboard.
12: Main Event: The highly anticipated rematch between Tee Jay Chang (UK) a very technical bare-knuckle boxer vs Fabiano Hawthrone (Brazil) a really robust and sport fighter with a Lethwei background. These two have unfinished business after a gruelling match up the place Fabiano took the win underneath controversial circumstances. Who is the higher man? December 18th we will find out.
Frenzy : Co-Main Event: The legendary multi-class boxing WBC, WBA, WBU, IBO title holder
Sirimongkhon Lamthun (Thailand) vs Reza “Persian Leopard” Goodary (Iran) has competed in more than 250 high-level bare-knuckle full contact karate bouts and received quite a few titles. This is an fascinating stylistic matchup, each athletes are confident they will take the win.
9: Boonsom “Sinsamut” Klinmee (Thailand) a highly skilled Army Games Lumpinee Boxing champion vs Jonny Tello (Canada) and hungry and dangerous upstart coming off of an impressive bare-knuckle win.
eight: Pongpisan Chunyong (Thailand) a Muay Thai veteran vs Victor Booty (UK) a game and hungry boxer
7: Thoedsak Sinam (Thailand) vs Reza Ahmadzezhad (Iran)
6: Jean Carlos Pereir (Brazil) vs Johan Van de hel (France)
5: Souris Manfredi (France) a world Lethwei Champion vs Saowaluk “Jade” Nareepaengsri (Thailand) a extremely experienced Muay Thai and Western Boxer having more than a hundred fights.
four: Nikolay Gussev (Kazakhstan) a heavy-hitting Muay Thai veteran vs Arash Mardani (Iran) coming off of a really impressive professional boxing KO victory and a former Olympic silver medallist in wrestling
3: Pipat Mike Chaiporn (Thailand) vs Sarun Srioumboo (Thailand)
2: Surasak “Seansuek” Sukkhamcha vs Ermek Kumachaev (Kyrgyzstan)
1: Sominong War (Myanmar) vs Surachat Srirod (Thailand)
This is new, that is thrilling and it’s as actual as it gets, bare-knuckle means bare-knuckle in this sport. Fighter do not tape or wrap something over the knuckles, its gloves off, toe the line and knuckle up!!
BKFC Thailand need to thank Fighters Friend Natural performance-enhancing natural extractions, our honoured Headline sponsor for their amazing support
Come and be a half of a new beginning right here in Thailand and take a look at BKFC Thailand 1 “The Game Changer” by shopping for tickets at 080 317 4131 or subscribing to the BKTV App at this link
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It’s history within the making and not to be missed!

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