|Heavyweight (Per 4/15)|
|Light HW (per 4/15)|
|Middleweight (per 4/15)|
|Welterweight (per 4/15)|
|4.||Marc de Bonte|
|70kg (Per 4/15)|
|3.||Robin van Roosmalen|
|65kg (per 1/20)|
Now I'm only 20 so when it comes to guys like Pete Cunningham, Don Wilson, Benny Urquidez etc.. I can't say I know a whole lot about those guys, or much about the kickboxing boom in the 70's and 80's in general. I'm sure there were some badass KO's in that time, but since Im not as familiar with those times Im keeping this to mainly the 90's and on.
10 It's not Mirko: Mladen Brestovac vs. Zentai Mate from 2009. Mirko CroCop isn't the only Croatian with a badass left high kick. Meet a training partner of his Mladen Brestovac. Flush! He's young, in a few years don't be surprised if he's a household name.
9 Shin Meet Head: Orono Vor Petchpun vs. William Diender from 2007. Now William Diender is a quality fighter, nothing special, but he's solid. Orono Vor Petchpun on the other hand is a great fighter. Champ at Lumpinee, and the current It's Showtime 65 KG champion. The one thing Diender had going for him in this fight was size, does it pay off?
8.5 Shin Meet Bigger Head: Kaoklai Kaennorsing vs. Mighty Mo from the 2004 K-1 World Grand Prix Final. This was a quarterfinal bout, and once again there is a disparity in size. But this time were talking well over 100 pounds.
8 Brazilian Kick: Glaube Feitosa vs. Alex Roberts from 2008.
7 You Should Have Stayed Down: Remy Bonjasky vs. Petar Majstorovic from 2002. This is a nice little fight where both guys score a knockdown, however its obvious which one should have stayed down.
6 Bow To The Emperer: Namsaknoi Yudthagarngamtorn vs. Baipet(ch)? I'm not sure of the eaxt date here, but I'm guessing late 90's. Yeah, namsaknoi is one of the greatest, and I have no idea who Baipet is. I wonder who wins?
5 I did it first: Taishin Kohiruimaki vs. Akeomi Nitta from the finals of the 2005 K-1 MAX Japan tournament. This could be viewed as a front kick, push kick, or what not. But at the end of the day all that matter is its a kick to the head. Now Nitta was a good fighter in the late 90's and early 2000's, but was coming off a layoff. However he won his previous 2 fights earlier in the night and it set up a final, and a rematch with Kohi. In 1997 Nitta knocked Kohi out. Would Kohi get his revenge?
4 Perfect Timing: Jaroenthong Kiatbanchong vs. Andrea from the 90's. Sorry, I have no clue what Andrea's last name is, or maybe first name. The OneSongchai DVD doesn't give both names for this guy. However he probably doesn't mind that his full name isn't on the event.
3 Revenge!: Stefan Leko vs. Badr Hari from 2005. Five months prior to this fight Stefan Leko stopped Hari with a spinning kick to the body. This time around it was Hari spinning.
2 Is he dead?: Peter Aerts vs. Jean Claude Leuyer from 1996. There about 2 billion head kick KO's from Aerts, but this one is the most memorable to me, and one of the few times during a fight the thought "is he dead?" has crossed my mind. Danny Bennett vs. Jay R Palmer from one of the old Superbrawl shows was the only other time I can remember thinking that.
1 False Sense Of Security: Therdkiat Sittepitak vs. Jongsanan Fairtex from the 90's. This isn't the most sensational kick out of the group, but I absolutely love the set up. Uppercut, uppercut, uppercut. "OK he's backing off me" BAM! Absolutely beautiful. And Jongsanan Fairtex was one of my favorite Muay Thai fighters of all time. Therdkiat had his number big time in this fight.