Ukraine vs Malaysia: Stan Tskitishvili, Azreel Izzal Al-Hadi fight at ‘Full Metal Dojo: Big Trouble in Little Bangkok’ in Thailand

Azreel Izzal Al-Hadi, Jon Nutt, Stan Tskitishvili
Azreel Izzal Al-Hadi, Jon Nutt, Stan Tskitishvili

Ukraine and Malaysia were represented at the most recent Full Metal Dojo event. The weigh-ins of the 18 mixed martial arts competing in the event titled “Full Metal Dojo: Big Trouble in Little Bangkok” was hosted by the Clubhouse Sports Bar and Grill in Bangkok, Thailand on November 2, 2018.

Hosted by FMD founder Jon Nutt, the fight night took place at the Insanity Nightclub at Sukhumvit soi 11 in Bangkok on November 3, 2018. The fight card featured two amateur and six professional MMA matches and one celebrity e-sports contest.

In the second bout of the evening, Stan “Pizdanuke” Tskitishvili, 29, of Ukraine faced “Malaysian Superboy” Azreel Izzal Al-Hadi, 25, of Malaysia in the heavyweight division. It was the one of the two amateur bouts on the card.

The referee put a stop to the heavyweight contest between Tskitishvili and Azreel at 0:35 of Round 1. The Ukrainian contender won via technical knockout.

Tskitishvili is training out of Elite Fight Club in Bangkok. He was the only fighter who represented Ukraine at “Full Metal Dojo: Big Trouble in Little Bangkok,” where he made his MMA debut.

On the other hand, Azreel is training out of Savage Fight Club in Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia. Losing to Tskitishvili downgraded his amateur MMA record of 11 wins and 4 losses.

Including Azreel, five fighters represented Malaysia at “Full Metal Dojo: Big Trouble in Little Bangkok.” The other four were Vinod “Cookie Monster” Greywal, Peter Davis, Nik “The Bloodhound” Harris and Mehdi Bagheri.

In the co-main event of the evening, Thai fighters Loma Lookboonmee and “Pocket Rocket” Suwanan Boonsorn competed for the FMD Women’s Atomweight Championship.

The latter submitted the latter via armbar at 2:06 of Round 1.

In the main event, Glenn “Teddy Bear” Sparv of Finland and Mehdi Bagheri of Malaysia competed for the FMD Middleweight Championship. The Finnish contender knocked out his Iranian opponent via head kick at 2:52 of Round 2.

Here are the official “Full Metal Dojo: Big Trouble in Little Bangkok” results:

AMATEUR BOUTS

  1. Bantamweight: Sirirot “Prince Dragon” Silchaitan (Thailand) defeated Bryson Dean Collins (South Africa) via rear-naked submission at 1:56 of Round 2.
  2. Heavyweight: Stan “Pizdanuke” Tskitishvili (Ukraine) defeated “Malaysian Superboy” Azreel Izzal Al-Hadi (Malaysia) via technical knockout at 0:35 of Round 1.

PROFESSIONAL BOUTS

  1. Bantamweight: “The Beast” O Kay Gyi (Myanmar) defeated Visarut Numnoi (Thailand)  via technical knockout at 2:59 of Round 1.
  2. Bantamweight: Long La (Cambodia) defeated Chinnakit Manolai (Thailand) via knockout at 0:22 of Round 1.
  3. Bantamweight: “K.O.” Aung Kyaw Kyaw (Myanmar) defeated “The Man” Jaktan Tangjan (Thailand) via referee stoppage due to retirement at 3:00 of Round 2.
  4. Bantamweight: Javier “Honey Badger” Trujillo (USA) defeated Vinod “Cookie Monster” Greywal (Malaysia) via rear-naked submission at 4:24 of Round 1.
  5. Bantamweight: Javier “Honey Badger” Trujillo (USA) defeated Vinod “Cookie Monster” Greywal (Malaysia) via rear-naked submission at 4:24 of Round 1.
  6. E-sports: Peter Davis (Malaysia) defeated Nik “The Bloodhound” Harris (Malaysia) in a “Tekken 7” contest.

CO-MAIN EVENT

  1. FMD Women’s Atomweight Championship: “Pocket Rocket” Suwanan Boonsorn (Thailand) defeated Loma Lookboonmee (Thailand) via armbar submission at 2:06 of Round 1.

MAIN EVENT

  1. FMD Middleweight Championship: Glenn “Teddy Bear” Sparv (Finland/ Thailand) defeated Mehdi Bagheri (Iran, Malaysia) via knockout via head kick at 2:52 of Round 2.

Watch all the “Full Metal Dojo: Big Trouble in Little Bangkok” bouts here:

Thailand vs South Africa: Sirirot Sinchaitan, Bryson Dean Collins fight at ‘Full Metal Dojo: Big Trouble in Little Bangkok’

Thailand and South Africa were represented at the most recent Full Metal Dojo event. The weigh-ins of the 18 mixed martial arts competing in the event titled “Full Metal Dojo: Big Trouble in Little Bangkok” was hosted by the Clubhouse Sports Bar and Grill in Bangkok, Thailand on November 2, 2018.

Hosted by FMD founder Jon Nutt, the fight night took place at the Insanity Nightclub at Sukhumvit soi 11 in Bangkok on November 3, 2018. The fight card featured two amateur and six professional MMA matches and one celebrity e-sports contest.

In the first bout of the evening, Sirirot “Prince Dragon” Sinchaitan of Thailand faced Bryson Dean Collins of South Africa in the bantamweight division. It was the one of the two amateur bouts on the card.

The referee put a stop to the bantamweight contest between Collins and Sirirot at 1:56 of Round 2. The Thai contender submitted his South African opponent via rear-naked choke.

After losing to Sirirot, Collins now holds an amateur MMA record of 2 wins and 5 losses. He is training out of Samurai MMA Team in Bangkok and was the only fighter to represent South Africa at “Full Metal Dojo: Big Trouble in Little Bangkok.”

Winning at “Full Metal Dojo: Big Trouble in Little Bangkok” improved Sirirot’s amateur MMA record to 4 wins and 1 loss. He is training out of Pichaiyuth Muaythai Gym in Bangkok.

Sirirot was one of the six Thai fighters who competed at titled “Full Metal Dojo: Big Trouble in Little Bangkok.” The other five were Visarut Numnoi, Chinnakit Manolai, “The Man” Jaktan Tangjan, Loma Lookboonmee and Suwanan Boonsorn.

In the co-main event of the evening, Loma and Suwanan competed for the FMD Women’s Atomweight Championship. The latter submitted the latter via armbar at 2:06 of Round 1.

In the main event, Glenn “Teddy Bear” Sparv of Finland and Mehdi Bagheri of Malaysia competed for the FMD Middleweight Championship. The Finnish contender knocked out his Iranian opponent via head kick at 2:52 of Round 2.

Here are the official “Full Metal Dojo: Big Trouble in Little Bangkok” results:

AMATEUR BOUTS

  1. Bantamweight: Sirirot “Prince Dragon” Silchaitan (Thailand) defeated Bryson Dean Collins (South Africa) via rear-naked submission at 1:56 of Round 2.
  2. Heavyweight: Stan “Pizdanuke” Tskitishvili (Ukraine) defeated “Malaysian Superboy” Azreel Izzal Al-Hadi (Malaysia) via technical knockout at 0:35 of Round 1.

PROFESSIONAL BOUTS

  1. Bantamweight: “The Beast” O Kay Gyi (Myanmar) defeated Visarut Numnoi (Thailand)  via technical knockout at 2:59 of Round 1.
  2. Bantamweight: Long La (Cambodia) defeated Chinnakit Manolai (Thailand) via knockout at 0:22 of Round 1.
  3. Bantamweight: “K.O.” Aung Kyaw Kyaw (Myanmar) defeated “The Man” Jaktan Tangjan (Thailand) via referee stoppage due to retirement at 3:00 of Round 2.
  4. Bantamweight: Javier “Honey Badger” Trujillo (USA) defeated Vinod “Cookie Monster” Greywal (Malaysia) via rear-naked submission at 4:24 of Round 1.
  5. Bantamweight: Javier “Honey Badger” Trujillo (USA) defeated Vinod “Cookie Monster” Greywal (Malaysia) via rear-naked submission at 4:24 of Round 1.
  6. E-sports: Peter Davis (Malaysia) defeated Nik “The Bloodhound” Harris (Malaysia) in a “Tekken 7” contest.

CO-MAIN EVENT

  1. FMD Women’s Atomweight Championship: “Pocket Rocket” Suwanan Boonsorn (Thailand) defeated Loma Lookboonmee (Thailand) via armbar submission at 2:06 of Round 1.

MAIN EVENT

  1. FMD Middleweight Championship: Glenn “Teddy Bear” Sparv (Finland/ Thailand) defeated Mehdi Bagheri (Iran, Malaysia) via knockout via head kick at 2:52 of Round 2.

Watch all the “Full Metal Dojo: Big Trouble in Little Bangkok” bouts here:

 

Honda Asian Journey 2018 starts in Penang, Malaysia

Honda Asian Journey 2018
Honda Asian Journey 2018

The Honda Group of Companies in the Asia and Oceania region has kicked off the Honda Asian Journey 2018 in Penang, Peninsular Malaysia, Malaysia. From November 2-4, 2018, the Honda big bike caravan will cruise down West Malaysia and end up at the Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix (MotoGP) event.

More than 60 riders will experience the fun and joy of riding Honda big bikes all the way to the destination, the Sepang International Circuit. The riders are customers, journalists, Honda dealers and associates from Indonesia, India, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

The journey started on November 2, 2018 at Stadium Batu Kawan in Penang, where all riders gathered for safe riding training and to warm up on over 60 Honda big bikes they will experience during the journey, such as the new Goldwing, Africa Twin, CB1000R and CB1100. The caravan then kicked off by travelling to Cameron Highlands, where a scenic landscape awaited the riders to enjoy while cruising.

On November 3, 2018, the participants will have a ride from Cameron Highlands to Putrajaya, the federal administrative center, to attend a welcome dinner featuring an exclusive appearance by MotoGP riders, including 2018 Champion Marc Marquez. On November 4, 2018, they will have a ride to Sepang International Circuit for the MotoGP race along with hundreds of other Honda customers to cheer for the Honda GP riders in the Malaysia MotoGP.

The total distance is approximately 490 km. The Honda models are Goldwing GL1800, F6C, Africa Twin CRF1000L, CB1000R, CB1100 series, Rebel 500, CTX1300, VFR1200X, NC750 series, CBR650F, CB650F, CBR500R and CB500 series.

Aside from Asian Honda Motor Co., Ltd., the regional headquarters for the Honda Asia and Oceania region, six Honda Group of Companies in the Asia and Oceania regions are hosting the Honda Asian Journey 2018. These are PT Astra Honda Motor in Indonesia, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt., Ltd. in India, Boon Siew Honda Sdn. Bhd. in Malaysia, Honda Philippines Inc. in the Philippines, P. Honda Co., Ltd. in Thailand and Honda Vietnam Co., Ltd. in Vietnam.

[PHOTOS] Indonesia vs Philippines: Priscilla Hertati Lumban Gaol, Angelie Sabanal fight at ‘ONE: Warrior’s Dream’

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Indonesia and the Philippines were represented at the ONE Championship event “ONE: Warrior’s Dream,” which took place on November 17, 2018 at the Stadium Istora in Jakarta, Indonesia. The fight card featured three ONE Super Series striking contests and 11 mixed martial arts matches.

In the 12th bout of the evening, Priscilla “Thathi” Hertati Lumban Gaol, 30, of Jakarta faced Angelie “The Explorer” Sabanal, 28, of Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines. They competed in an MMA match in the women’s atomweight division.

Blue Corner

A national Muay Thai silver medalist, Sabanal is now making the rounds as a professional MMA fighter in ONE Championship. She made her impressive cage debut on March 24, 2018 at “ONE: Iron Will,” defeating Rika “Tiny Doll” Ishige, 29, of Bangkok, Thailand by three-round unanimous decision.

“ONE: Warrior’s Dream” marked Sabanal’s second ONE Championship bout. She is representing Mindanao Ultimate Mixed Martial Arts.

Red Corner

At the age of 17, Gaol began training in wushu after taking an opportunity to compete for the Indonesian national team. She captured both an Indonesian National Wushu Championship and a local boxing title and won a bronze medal in wushu at the Southeast Asian Games.

Training at Siam Training Camp in Jakarta, Gaol is one of the top Indonesian MMA fighters today. “ONE: Warrior’s Dream” marked her sixth ONE Championship bout in 2018 making her the promotion’s most prolific athlete this year.

Fight Result

After three five-minute rounds, the atomweight bout between Gaol and Sabanal was left in the hands of the judges. In the end, referee Yuji Shimada raised the hand of the Indonesian contender, who was declared the winner via unanimous decision.

Winning at “ONE: Warrior’s Dream improved Gaol’s professional MMA record to 5 wins and 3 losses. On the other hand, Sabanal now has 1 win and 1 loss.

“ONE: Warrior’s Dream” Main Events

In the co-main event of the evening, Nieky “The Natural” Holzken, 34, of Helmond, Netherlands and Cosmo “Good Boy” Alexandre, 36, of Sao Paulo, Brazil battled it out in a ONE Super Series kickboxing contest. The Dutch kickboxer knocked out his Brazilian opponent in the second round.

In the main event, Zebaztian “The Bandit” Kadestam, 28, of Arsta, Uppsala, Sweden and Tyler McGuire, 32, of Spokane, Washington, United States competed for the vacant ONE Welterweight World Championship. The Swedish contender captured the belt by knocking out his American opponent in the fourth round.

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