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International trips, ONE Tournament selection, Y2K wants to Settle a Score and more...

 Y2K Wants The Last Laugh Max Muay Thai champion, Y2K entered the octagon in Singapore to take on Gurdashan Mangat. The fight had plenty of striking from Y2K. His Indian/Canadian opponent wrestled with him but Y2K was still able to get in the hits. At one point Mangat had Y2K’s back and Y2K threw multiple backward elbows with a smile. Our fighter staggered Mangat with teep to the jaw in the third as well. The bout went to decision the bout went to Mangat. “I want a rematch in a month or two,” Y2K said. “He had a lot of bruises and injuries. I’m fine though. I wasn’t even tired!” There’s no time off for the colorful MMA fighter. Y2K...

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Hard Fights, Mr. Wong’s Advice and International Wars in this Week’s Fairtex News

  Rodtang Jitumangnon wins at ONE Championship: Advances in Muay Thai Tournament Things have been cracking along at Fairtex. Rodtang and Seesom went to Singapore for ONE Championship. The Iron Man trained with us for his tournament fight. He took on the game Jacob Smith from the UK. Rodtang dominated the fight with his superior skills and intelligence. The hard hitting southern Thai fighter hurt his hand so he’s recovering a bit. We hope to see him back here soon. In the meantime, Seesom is back to training Nakrob for his next bout. Americans Show Heart at Lumpinee  Both Americans Thai-Ngan Le and Robbinson Galvez lost on points at Lumpinee in great battles. Le took on Petchsrinin Sor Phuang Thong...

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Big Things are Happening for Fairtex and the World of Combat Sports!

Big things are happening for Fairtex and the world of combat sports.   ONE Championship Partners With Fairtex Fight Promotion Beginning in August, Fairtex Fight Promotion will host Road to ONE tournaments. Athletes in three different weight categories (70kg, 61kg, and 52kg) battle it out to win a contract to ONE Championship. The multi fight deal is valued at $100,000. Select foreign fighters based in Thailand are eligible to fight in the tournament.  “We’re grateful that ONE and Fairtex Fight Promotion are partnering together to create a pathway for athletes to earn a contract to compete in ONE,” promoter for Fairtex Fight Promotion, Prem Busarabavonwongs said. “We want a new group of athletes that will follow in the footsteps of...

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Fairtex is pushing boundaries: Champions, Awards and International Competition

Fairtex is pushing boundaries with some tremendous news. Smilla Sundell Beats Jackie Buntan for ONE Championship Strawweight title The talk of the town was Smilla, The Storm, and Sundell against the skilled Jackie Buntan. There was tons of drama in this one. Sundell missed the strict hydration test on weigh in day, then had to weigh in day of the fight. Buntan from Boxing Works passed with professional ease on the first day. Come fight day, The Storm’s weapons were an absolute force. Tall and lanky she used her jab to punch in Buntan’s face. By the second and third round of the five round affair, Buntan had slowed. The American showed tremendous resilience and clever defense. Buntan used a...

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America Takes On Sweden For Strawweight Title At ONE Champions and more...

The world of Muay Thai and MMA is booming and Fairtex is leading the way. Here are the top stories   America Takes On Sweden For Strawweight Title At ONE Championship   (In this photo: BGV14 White Glove, KPLC6 Thai Pads, BPV1 Red Belly Pad) The fight everyone has been talking about is coming up on April 22nd. Jackie Buntan battles Smilla Sundell for the first ever Strawweight title.   Buntan is riding a three fight win streak. The Boxing Works technician took out Wondergirl Morroak Gym, Ekatrina Vandaryeva, and Daniela Lopez. Trained since she was 14 by Bryan Popejoy, Buntan is a smooth and evasive warrior with killer hands. She knocked down the tough Wondergirl in her debut bout...

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