Muangthai PK.Saenchaimuaythaigym can’t wait to fight in front of family, friends in Bangkok, Thailand

Muangthai PK.Saenchaimuaythaigym (© ONE Championship)
Muangthai PK.Saenchaimuaythaigym (© ONE Championship)

“Elbow Zombie” Muangthai PK.Saenchaimuaythaigym, 21, was one of the Thai martial artists who attended the official “ONE: Dreams of Gold” open workout on July 25, 2019. It took place at the Golden Tulip Sovereign Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand.

Including Bangpleenoi, six fighters will represent Thailand at “ONE: Dreams of Gold.” The others are “Smokin” Jo Nattawut, 29, ONE Atomweight Kickboxing and Muay Thai World Champion Stamp Fairtex, 21, Lerdsila Phuket Top Team, 38, Bangpleenoi Petchyindee Academy, 25, and ONE Flyweight Kickboxing World Champion “The Baby Shark” Petchdam Petchyindee Academy, 21.

Muangthai PK.Saenchaimuaythaigym, Lerdsila Phuket Top Team, Jo Nattawut, Petchdam Petchyindee Academy, Stamp Fairtex, Bangpleenoi Petchyindee Academy (© ONE Championship)
Muangthai PK.Saenchaimuaythaigym, Lerdsila Phuket Top Team, Jo Nattawut, Petchdam Petchyindee Academy, Stamp Fairtex, Bangpleenoi Petchyindee Academy (© ONE Championship)

ONE Championship will hold “ONE: Dreams of Gold” at the Impact Arena in Bangkok on August 16, 2019. One of the ONE Super Series bouts is a Muay Thai bout between Muangthai and Kenta Yamada, 32, of Japan.

“I have the speed and the power and my confidence is in a good place,” Muangthai declared. “This August, I can’t wait to step right back in the ring again and perform in front of my friends and family in Bangkok.”

Training out of PK Saenchai Muaythai gym in Bangkok, Muangthai He was successful in his ONE Championship debut on November 9, 2018 when he defeated Panicos Yusuf, 33, of Cyprus by unanimous decision at “ONE: Heart of the Lion” in Singapore. The Thai fighter holds a professional Muay Thai record of 198 wins, 41 losses and 4 draws.

“I’m working very hard in training to give the fans a good show,” Muangthai shared. “This camp has been incredible, and I feel like I’m in the best shape of my career.”

Yamada is coming out of a split decision victory over Deividas “The Savage Sitsongpeenong” Danyla, 27, of Lithuania at “ONE: For Honor” n Jakarta, Indonesia on May 4, 2019. The Japanese fighter now has 58 wins, 24 losses and 6 draws.

Here is a clip from the “ONE: Dreams of Gold” open workout at the Golden Tulip Sovereign Hotel:

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[PHOTOS] Japan vs Lithuania: Kenta Yamada, Deividas Danyla fight at ‘ONE: For Honor’ in Indonesia

*More photos to be added after the bout

Indonesia and India were among the 16 countries represented at “ONE: For Honor.” It was the second ONE Championship event in 2019 that took place in Indonesia.

Featuring 10 mixed martial arts matches and four ONE Super Series contests, which are four Muay Thai bouts, “ONE: For Honor” took place at the Istora Senayan in Jakarta, Indonesia on May 4, 2019. The fifth bout of the evening was between Kenta Yamada, 31, of Japan and Deividas “The Savage Sitsongpeenong” Danyla, 27, of Lithuania.

Yamada was one of the four fighters who represented Japan at “ONE: For Honor” while Danyla solely represented Lithuania. Australia, Cambodia, China, England, India, Indonesia, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Russia, Scotland, South Korea, Thailand, the United States and Vietnam were also represented.

Blue Corner

Danyla was 10 years old when he started his Muay Thai training. He went on to become an IMC Muay Thai World Champion.

“ONE: For Honor” marked Danyla’s third ONE Super Series contest. He is training under two-time Lumpinee Stadium Muay Thai World Champion Sayannoi at Sitsongpeenong Phuket Muay Thai Camp in Phuket, Thailand.

Red Corner

Yamada started his boxing training when he was 16 years old and eventually switched to kickboxing. He made his professional kickboxing debut in 2005.

Training out of E.S.G., Yamada was a World Boxing Council Muay Thai Japan Champion. “ONE: For Honor” marked his second ONE Super Series contest.

Fight Results

Yamada and Danyla competed in a Muay Thai contest in the bantamweight division. Atsushi Onari served as the referee.

After three three-minute rounds, the Muay Thai match was left in the hands of the judges. In the end, Onari raised the hand of Yamada, who was declared the winner via split decision.

Winning at “ONE: For Honor” improved the professional Muay Thai record of Yamada to 58 wins, 24 losses and 6 draws. On the other hand, Danyla now has 47 wins and 12 losses.

“ONE: For Honor” Main Event

Jonathan “The General” Haggerty, 21, of Walworth, London, United Kingdom challenged reigning ONE Flyweight Muay Thai World Champion Sam-A Gaiyanghadao, 34, of Buriram, Thailand in the main event. [RESULT TO BE ADDED HERE]

Check the official results for “ONE: For Honor” on Conan Daily.

[PHOTOS] Japan vs Thailand: Kenta Yamada, Petchmorrakot Petchyindee Academy fight at ‘ONE: Reign of Valor’ in Yangon, Myanmar

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Japan and Thailand were two of the 21 countries represented at “ONE: Reign of Valor,” the first ONE Championship event in 2019 held in Myanmar. The Singapore-based mixed martial arts promotion held it at the Thuwunna Indoor Stadium in Yangon, Myanmar on March 8, 2019.

“ONE: Reign of Valor” featured nine MMA matches and five ONE Super Series contests, which are kickboxing bouts. In the ninth bout of the evening, Kenta Yamada, 31, of Japan faced Petchmorrakot Petchyindee Academy, 25, of Thailand.

Yamada was one of the four fighters who represented Japan at “ONE: Reign of Valor.” Petchmorrakot was the sole representative of Japan.

Blue Corner

Petchmorakot  was 9 years old when he started his training in Muay Thai. Hailing from Ubon Ratchathan, Thailand, he moved to the country’s capital Bangkok in 2012 to continue his training.

“ONE: Reign of Valor” marked Petchmorrakot’s fourth bout in ONE Super Series. He won two of this first three bouts in the ONE Championship striking-only league.

Red Corner

Yamada was 16 years old when he started his training in boxing. He went on to win several titles including the WBC Muay Thai Japan Title, the Krush Kickboxing 70kg Championship and the New Japan Kickboxing Federation.

The Japanese fighter is training out of E.S.G. “ONE: Reign of Valor” marked his ONE Super Series debut.

Fight Result

Yamada and Petchmorrakot competed in a kickboxing contest in the featherweight division. Elias Dolaptsis served as the referee.

After three three-minute rounds, the bout was left in the hands of the judges. In the end, Dolaptsis raised the hand of Petchmorrakot, who was declared the winner via unanimous decision.

Winning at “ONE: Reign of Valor” improved Petchmorrakot’s professional Muay Thai and kickboxing record to 158 wins, 34 losses and 2 draws. On the other hand, Yamada now has 57 wins, 24 losses and 6 draws.

“ONE: Reign of Valor” Main Events

Phoe “Bushido” Thaw, 34, of Myanmar faced “The Iceman” Yohan Mulia Legowo, 38, of Indonesia in the co-main event. The Burmese contender knocked out his Indonesian opponent in the second round.

Georgiy “Knight” Kichigin, 28, of Kazakhstan challenged reigning ONE Welterweight World Champion Zebaztian “The Bandit” Kadestam, 28, of Sweden in the main event. After two five-minute rounds, the Swedish defending champion won via technical knockout via retirement.

Australia, Cambodia, China, Finland, Germany, Guam, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Italy, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Morocco, Myanmar, the Philippines, Portugal, Romania, Sweden and the United Kingdom were also represented at “ONE: Reign of Valor.” Check the complete results on Conan Daily.