Leo Siangboxing winner by unanimus decision Vs Magnum(Th)
Thailand vs Challenger series - Elite Boxing - Queen's Cup
Thailand Vs Middle East - Antuan siangboxing winner WMC Middle east Title vs Zidov Akuma in War on the Shore-Dubai
KING'S CUP 2010 - KING'S BIRTHDAY 05TH DECEMBER 2010 BANGKOK
|Thailand VS Middle East: When East met East in Dubai|
The inaugural Thailand vs Challenger muaythai series reached its
impressive conclusion yesterday at the Thailand vs Middle East event in Dubai.
Held outdoors at the Dusit Thani Dubai against the stunning backdrop of the Bhurj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, Thailand vs Middle East was a co-promotion between Elite Boxing and Martial Arts Academy – the number one Dubai-based promoter and founder of the popular War on the Shore events.
While there was a very strong Middle East flavour to the event, Thailand was still very well represented. In addition to being held at the Dusit Thani, a Thai hotel chain, the event was hosted by Thai model and actress Sonia Couling, who flew in from Bangkok for the event. The Thai team was also determined to play its part and defend the pride of their nation.
The impressive fightcard featured four warm up fights, three match-ups as part of the Thailand vs Middle East main event, and one additional Elite Boxing Superfight.
The first Thailand vs Middle East fight saw Mostafa of Iran take on Samrachai of Thailand. It was a very close fight and even though Mostafa got a cut over his right eye in the third round, he fought on bravely against his Thai opponent. With Mostafa relying too much on clinching, however, he allowed Samranchai to use his greater experience to win the fight on points.
The second fight featured two Thais in Pitsanu and Ole Tor Silachai, who was a late replacement for the scheduled challenger, Vahit Roshani from Iran after the Iranian withdrew with an injury. Despite the lack of a Middle East challenger in this match up, the crowd showed their appreciation for the two Thai fighters who put on a good demonstration of muaythai. The fight went the distance with Tor Silachai winning what was a very technical fight on points.
Despite the Middle East team losing the opening fight, there was a great atmosphere among the crowd, which featured a cosmopolitan mix of locals and expats.
The third Thailand vs Middle East fight saw Ahmaad Saadi of Tunisia beat Wirachat of Thailand after a spectacular knock out in the fourth round. With Saadi already ahead in the first 3 rounds, his spectacular KO against the Thai really got the local crowd on their feet.
The crowd had been thoroughly entertained up to this point but the Elite Boxing Superfight was about to take things to another level as TVC favourite Antoine Siangboxing of France took on Zidov Akuma of Switzerland.
It was to be another exciting fight that went the full five rounds, making sure the crowd got full value and maximum entertainment. In the very first round, Zidov injured his thumb and although this restricted his options, the Swiss fighter battled on bravely and gave a great performance, pushing Antoine all the way before losing on points.
Zidov was sporting in defeat when he said, “I really respect Antoine and today I could see for myself how fast and skilled he is. He is a great fighter and a great person. I appreciate that he showed me a lot of respect before and after the fight.”
Speaking after the event, Elite Boxing co-founder Toli Makris said, “We are delighted with the way things have gone tonight. It was a great evening of muaythai and the crowd seemed to really appreciate it.
“It’s great to come to a place like Dubai and host a TVC event. Everything is perfect here and I am sure we will be back again next year.”
Indeed negotiations are already at an advanced stage to hold at least one more TVC event in Dubai in 2011.
|East Meets East: Thailand VS Middle East in Dubai|
It will be a case of the Far East taking on the
Middle East later this month when a Thai national team travels to Dubai to take on a Middle East team at muaythai. The Thailand vs Middle East event – the fifth instalment of the
Thailand vs Challenger (TVC) 2010 Series – will be held at the Dusit Thani Hotel in Dubai on November 25.
Thailand vs Middle East will be a co-promotion with Vladimir Burdun – the number one local promoter and founder of the War on the Shore events. Having produced two very successful War on the Shore events, Vladimir took a two-year break from the business. “It’s great to be back,” he told us, “and I’m also very happy to be working with Elite Boxing and all the support they are able to provide.”
The impressive fightcard will feature three fights as part of the Thailand vs Middle East event and one additional Elite Boxing Superfight. Representing the Middle East team will be Mostafa Abdolahi and Vahid Roshani of Iran as well as Ahmed Saadi of Tunisia. Their opponents in the Thai TVC team will be Samranchai 96 Penung, Yodvianu Sor Kittichai and Jaw Maw Phumphanmuang respectively.
While the three TVC fights are highly anticipated and certain to attract a great deal of national as well as regional pride, there is an extra special interest in the EB Superfight with up-and-coming TVC favourite Antoine Siangboxing will be doing battle with Zidov Akuma of Switzerland.
Antoine is no stranger to TVC fans, having taken part in the TVC Grand Opening at the Royal Paragon Hall in January and the TVC at the Queen’s Cup event in August. Having narrowly lost both those fights on points, Antoine is due the win that his undoubted talent and determination merit.
Many muaythai fans will also recognise Zidov from the Contender Asia reality TV show. Although finishing as the 6th highest ranking muaythai fighter in the hugely popular Contender Asia 2008 Series, Zidov is still relatively unknown in Thailand. Taking on Antoine is an opportunity for him to make a name for himself in Thailand and Asia, while for Antoine – a Frenchman who was raised in Thailand – it is a rare chance to fight against a non-Thai opponent.
Thailand vs Middle East will be the first TVC event held in Dubai, but it is unlikely to be the last. Negotiations are currently under way to hold the entire TVC 2011 Series with the same venue partner, while there is also interest from other cities in the region, most notably Doha.
With the possibility of future TVC productions in the region, the event on November 25 will promote cross cultural relations by bringing Thailand and the Middle East together in more ways than one. Apart from the muaythai, Thailand vs Middle East is set to take place at the luxurious Dusit Thani Dubai – a leading Thai luxury hotel brand whose Dubai branch is owned by a local group headed by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
“It is great to be having a TVC event in the fantastic city of Dubai and an honour to be holding it in a hotel owned by Sheikh Mohammed,” explained Elite Boxing co-founder Seth Fishman.
“Of course, it is also very important for us to be holding Thailand vs Middle East at a Thai hotel, so what could be better than to have it at such a famous Thai hotel as the Dusit Thani?
“The venue itself is perfect,” continued Fishman. “The event will take place on the rooftop of the Dusit Thani with the Bhurj Khalifa – the tallest building in the world – as a backdrop.”
Everything is set for a great evening and Thailand vs Middle East could be the beginning of a long relationship between the TVC Series and Dubai.
SUPER FIGHT ANTUAN SIANGBOXING vs ZIDOV AKUMA (Contender)
Rematch/ Antuan siangboxing Vs Noppalat in Thailand Vs Challenger Series- 29th november 2010 Royal siam Paragon-
Thailand Team: Saiyok,Nonsai,Kaoklai and Noppalat.
QUEEN'S CUP 2010 - Sanamluang-Bangkok
A ONE SONGCHAI EVENT Promotion (12th August 2010)
included Thailand Vs Challenger series fights.
Saiyok (Thailand) Vs Antuan Siangboxing(France) for the WMC-One Songchai-Queen's Cup Belt 70kg.
Zaza Sor Aree VS Sawing Sor Sopit
Leo Siangboxing VS Magnum Kietnongyoot
THAILAND VS CHALLENGER SERIES 2010 - Bangkok
Muaythai and Boxing Promoter Songchai Ratanasuban
ผลการชกมวยศึกไทยแลนด์ ชาร์เลนเจอร์ เมื่อวันที่ 16 มกราคม 2553 ที่สยามพารากอน
|Wednesday, 20 January 2010 14:42|
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