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MAX Muay Thai Results: Buakaw Beats Kehl, Sagetdao Wins Tournament

Sagetdao

MAX Muay Thai held their last event of the year, MAX Muay Thai The Final Chapter in Thailand today, which saw a huge main event featuring Buakaw Banchamek vs. Enriko Kehl, which always struck me as odd knowing that both Buakaw and Kehl will be fighting for K-1 on December 28th in separate fights, but hey, the more fights featuring these two the better, I say. There was also a 4-man tournament featuring Sagetdao, Andrei Kubelin, Victor Ngabe and Dylan Salvador.

Buakaw and Kehl fought a very tough fight, with Kehl looking good at first, but Buakaw really running away with the fight as it went on, opening up a nasty cut on Kehl's forehead which almost stopped the fight, but the doctors decided that he could continue. Kehl still landed some solid blows throughout, but Buakaw seemed to be on form and had an answer for everything Kehl threw at him.

 

  • Buakaw Banchamek (R3 - Decision) Enriko Kehl
  • Tournament Final: Sagetdao (R3 - Decision) Victor Ngabe
  • MAX Ultimate: Ekapracha (R1 - TKO) Tomoyuki Nishikawa
  • Tournament: Victor Ngabe (R3 - Decision) Dylan Salvador
  • Tournament: Sagetdao (R3 - Decision) Andrei Kubelin
  • Khem Sitsongpeenong (R3 - Decision) Vahid Roshani

 

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Hiroaki Suzuki Wins 2013 65kg Shoot Boxing S-Cup

Shoot Boxing

Shoot Boxing Battle Summit Ground Zero Tokyo 2013 went down in Japan today, crowning a 2013 65kg S-Cup Champion while also pitting Andy Souwer against Australian Steve Moxon. There were a number of bigger fights on the card, including Yuichiro "Jienotsu" Nagashima against Shoot Boxing legend Hirooki Shishido, Hiroyuki Takaya vs. Toby Imada in a special attraction MMA rules bout, a retirement ceremony for Satoru Suzuki, Ai Takahashi and RENA were also in action.

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  • Shinsuke Hirai (R1 - TKO) Kazuki Tamagawa
  • 65kg S-Cup Reserve: UMA (R1 - TKO) Rood
  • Ai Takahashi (R3 - Dec.) Miyo Yoshida
  • 65kg S-Cup R1: Hiroaki Suzuki (R2 - TKO) Mohan Dragon
  • 65kg S-Cup R1: YUKI (R1 - TKO)  Seiji Takahashi
  • 65kg S-Cup R1: Michihiro Omigawa (R3 - Dec.) Yuki Hiroshi Kimaya
  • 65kg S-Cup R1: Akiyo "Wicky" Nishiura (R3 - Dec.) MASAYA
  • HINATA (R3 - Dec.) Josh Jauncey
  • Kuniyoshi Hironaka (R2 - TKO) Bovy Sor. Udomson
  • RENA (R3 - Dec.) Wei-Ting Chen
  • 65kg S-Cup R2: Hiroaki Suzuki (R3 - Dec.) Yuki
  • 65kg S-Cup R2: Michihiro Omigawa (R3 - Dec.) Akiyo "Wicky" Nishiura
  • MMA: Hiroyuki Takaya (R3 - Draw) Toby Imada
  • Yuichiro Nagashima (R3 - Dec.) Hirooki Shishido
  • Andy Souwer (R3 - Dec.) Steve Moxon
  • 65kg S-Cup Finals: Hiroaki Suzuki (R2 - TKO) Michihiro Omigawa

 

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Saenchai Victorious at Muay Thai Mania Yokkao 5

Saenchai

After the last minute change of not only venues but continents, Muay Thai Mania Yokkao 5 went down without a hitch yesterday in Thailand. The event would have been considered a success even if it wasn't moved on one week's notice, but it really is amazing to look at how they had to move the entire event from Europe to Thailand that quickly and that everything went smoothly. The main event saw a bout between Saenchai and Singdam with both guys trying to win the KO bonus, but Saenchai was just overwhelming and won by points.

  • Saenchai MuayThaiGym won by points vs Singdam Kiatmoo9
  • Sinsamut Sor Klinmee won by points Kom Kop Pechthroungrang
  • Andrea Masini lost by KO ( 2nd round ) Crice Boussoukou
  • Ekapop Sor Klinmee won by KO ( 1st round ) vs Samuel Andoche
  • Iwmiset Pornnarai won by points vs Suedam Kauanjai
  • Namphon PK Muay Thai Gym won by points vs Geofrey Rivière
  • Silvia La Notte lost by points Lommanee Sor Hirun
  • Emmanuel Ulrich lost by points vs Florent Kaouachi
  • Vichanlek Sitpholek won by points vs Loecklong Fhonchaanchonburi

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Buakaw Victorious Over Yoshihiro Sato at MAX Muay Thai IV

MAX

MAX Muay Thai IV: Sendai went down over the span of last night in Japan in a night that promised some big action with Buakaw facing his stiffest challenge in years by the way of Yoshihiro Sato. They have met three times previous, with Buakaw holding two victories and Sato holding one. That one victory that Sato held was a third round knockout over Banchamek, which made this rematch all the more enticing for fans. Sato showed flashes of brilliance in the first round, but after Banchamek got warmed up he took control over the fight, with Sato not having an answer for Buakaw's sweeps and throws throughout. For many fans, this was an important fight for Banchamek, as his last loss was to Andy Souwer in 2009, but since then the level of competition has been called into question for his fights in Thai Fight and MAX Muay Thai. With Sato being a benchmark it is clear that Banchamek is still in top form against a solid opponent.

Jingreedtong walked away as the victor in the one-night tournament, as well as Aikpracha and HIROYA picking up big wins as well.

MAX Muay Thai IV: Sendai

Buakaw Banchamek (R3 - Decision) Yoshihiro Sato

Final: Jingreedtong (R3 - Decision) Dylan Salvador

Aikpracha Meenayothin (R3 - Decision) Tomoaki Makino

HIROYA (R3 - Decision) Sapanpetch Sit-Itisukato

Semi-Final: Jingreedtong (R3 - Decision) Alessandro Campagna

Semi-Final: Dylan Salvador (R3 - Decision) Yuya Yamato

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