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BestMuayThai News: 2018-04-22
The news of Suwit muay thai by Bestmuaythai.com on April 22
Top 5 fighters of all time
If you are a Muay Thai fighter then you should be probably knowing about following legends;
Somrak Khamsing was the first Thai ever to win a gold medal at Olympics. This extreme fluidity helped him to bob and weave. As a reason, some would say he was the hybrid between boxing and Muay Thai. He was ranked no.1 at Lumpinee and Ratchadamnoern Stadiums. As promoters knew, he would win for sure; they refuse to allow him to fight for the championship title.
Born In Netherlands, Dekkers began training Judo at the age of 12 and started preparing for Muay Thai at the age of 13. He was famous with Dutch fans due to his aggressive way of fighting. During his time, he was a controversial figure. Muay Thai was a Thai game, and the locals didn’t like that a foreigner was knocking out their country fighters at their home country. As there was biased towards him with scores, they only way for him to win was to play aggressive and K.O his opponents. Samart Payakaroon
Samart was spectacular in avoiding and throwing a blow. With a mongoose-like reflex, he was the titleholder of “WBC Juinor Featherweight,” “WBC Super-bantam Weight Champ,” and “Lumpinee Champ.”
Even Though Saenchai had short stature, he never let his weakness overpower his skills. As a fighter, he had all the information regarding his opponent’s strength and weakness. Cartwheel kicks, wild leg swipe, thunderous kicks and lightning fast movements were some of his signature moves.
Dieselnoi Chor Thanasukarn
Dieselnoi was the supreme leader of the “Golden Era” of Muay Thai. He was so excellent in his training and fighting skills that, no one was ready to fight him on the right. As a result, he had to give up his belt. With a tall 6,2” height and 60kg weight, he was almost the leanest guy in the fight. Although, the way he used to crash his opponents with his knees and elbows was commendable.
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