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Buakaw Free To Fight Again, Rumored For Next Thai Fight Event

Well it seems as if the Buakaw-Por Pramuk battle may have come to an end.

An arbitration meeting happened today and when it was over, the court acquitted Buakaw and all parties and declared that Buakaw was allowed to fight again. He will have to use Buakaw Por. Pramuk" as his fight name but is free to train on his own. Now 60% of his fight money will go to him, while 40% goes to Por. Pramuk while 75% of income from all other activities outside of fighting goes towards him, with the other 25% going to Por. Pramuk. Por. Pramuk's lawsuit is withdrawn, with the promoter of Thai Fight also dropping his lawsuit against Por. Pramuk, effectively ending the fight over Buakaw.

The court decided that Buakaw's six month suspension should be solved by the Sport Authority of Thailand and the Board of Boxing Sport, with the solution being that Buakaw is allowed to fight.

Buakaw will be allowed to continue fighting in Thai Fight until the end of the year, when his contract with them ends. Speaking of Thai Fight, there's already rumors of Buakaw's next fight from a source close to Thai Fight, saying that Buakaw will fight on the August 17 Thai Fight show in England against a to be announced opponent.

Buakaw is also free to fight in other events, and is allowed to make the decisions on his own, but he has a contract with Thai Fight that ends in December[source]

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Nong-O Gaiyanghaadao sick, replaced by Watcharachai Rajanon for Friday's Lumpinee Card

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There have been a couple of changes to the big Lumpinee show this Friday as Nong-O Gaiyanghaadao is unable to fight Singdam due to sickness and will be replaced by Watcharachai Rajanon whose original opponent, Wanchalerm Udonmuang, is also off the card.

A fight between Panomrunglek Kiatmoo 9 and Wanchalong Sitsonong has been scheduled instead while the bet between Jaisoo Thor Thepsutin and Yodkunphol Sitmonchai is now as high as three million Baht.

1: Pornsaneh Sitmonchai vs Palangtip Nor Sripung
2: Detsakda Sitsongpeenong vs Rungpet Gaiyanghaadao gym
3: Jaisuu Thor Thepsuthin vs Yodkunpol Sitmonchai
4: Tingtong Chor Koiyuuhaisuzu vs Tong Puidandee
5: Panomrunglek Kiatmoo9 vs Wanchalong Sitsonong
6: Petpanomrung Wor Sangprapai vs Pokaew Fonjaengchonburi 
7: Petboonchu FA Group vs F16 Rachanon 
Main event: Singdam Kiatmoo9 vs Watcharachai Rajanon

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Kangwanlek Petyindee Makes Successful Comeback 10 Months After Being Shot

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Kangwanlek Petyindee returned to action 10 months after being shot in the chest in a late night altercation (read the report I wrote for The Nation newspaper here) on Friday night, defeating Petnakorn Sorlatda Gym at Lumpini Stadium.

At 37 years old Kangwanlek is by far the oldest fighter still competing at the highest level in Thailand and held two different national titles at various times last year.

His career appeared to be over last August as he was hit by a bullet when his friend became embroiled in an argument after visiting a restaurant in Thonburi.

Kangwanlek spend three days in the intensive care unit and several weeks in hospital but a couple of months ago he returned to training and last Friday night was his first fight since the shooting.

He was up against a fighter 16 years younger than him and found himself on the receiving end of some solid kicks in the first two rounds of this bantamweight contest.

In the crucial third and fourth rounds the veteran used all his experience to pull away on the scorecards by landing the more effective kicks and being a little bit busier in the clinch. In round five he boxed intelligently to defend the lead and with about a minute to go Petnakorn conceded defeat.

It was an impressive performance from the 37 year old who showed no real signs of ring rust and will want to be involved in a few more big money fights before he retires.

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John Wayne Parr Retires, In A Cage With Big KO Win

Today in Australia, John Wayne Parr fought his last fight, and he went out with a bang, knocking out his opponent with an uppercut in the fourth round.

Parr faced Jordan Tai, the long time K-1 MAX veteran who's tough as nails. The fight took place at the Boonchu Cup Caged Muay Thai Series, and yes, it was caged Muay Thai. The fight took place in an MMA cage, with MMA gloves, but under full Muay Thai rules.

JWP finished Tai in the fourth round with a vicious uppercut. There's no better way to end a legendary career than that, especially since Jordan Tai, to my knowledge, had never even been stopped before.

JWP goes out on his own terms, having done everything that can be accomplished over his long career. He has a successful gym and it seems like a successful promotion now so we wish him all the best in his retirement from fighting.

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