Phoenix fighting Championship is a Global organization promoting Muay Thai and the Best Muay Thai fighters in the World.
The promotion has had shows in London and Dubai and this week promoted a Muay Thai show at Rajadernman Stadium the home of Muay Thai in Thailand.
A star studded line up was assembled for one of the biggest Muay Thai shows in Thailand. WBC World Titles, Phoenix World Titles and Rajadernman Stadium Championship belts.
Victor Conesa from Spain was due to fight Rajadernman Champion Sakmongkol but his opponent was changed on the day. Despite dominating the beginning for the fight Victor was hit with a very hard elbow which jaded him.
Victor lost the match against Thai Muay Thai star Torsilla but will return to action next week at another massive promotion Thai Fight. Victor will be matched against Pongsiri from PK Saengchai gym.
Phoenix fighting championships main event was an amazing fight that saw two of Thailand’s Best Muay Thai fighters put an an amazing show. The brutal strength and heart of Saeksan vs skill and power of Panpayak. Panpayak was the eventual winner of the match.
The star of the show and taking home three major belts to add to his collection was Youseff. Winning by tko after demonstrating why he’s one of the best fighters in the world.
Super heavy weight World Title was up for grabs with Steve Panda Banks and Yassine having an entertaining match with Yassine landing the Lions share of Muay Thai body kicks to win the big green belt and demonstrate that he’s the best Muay Thai fighter in the heaviest weight class.
Phoenix Championship was viewed all over the World bringing Muay Thai to the Middle East and beyond.
Sitsongpeenong and Phuket Top Team were the two Muay Thai gyms from Phuket that had Muay Thai fighters of the best level to compete in such an event.
WBC seems to be leading the field as far as sanctioning the biggest and Best Muay Thai fights in Thailand of the highest level.
The Sitsongpeenong team in Phuket has a star studded line up of trainers and also fighters.
Magnus (Sweden) 70kg
Patryk( Poland) 72kg
Deividas (Lithuania) 65kg
Tagir (Russia) 57kg
Salim (Russia) 70kg
Markus (Norway) 58kg
Walter (Brazil) 60kg
Steve (USA) 65kg
Victor (Spain) 65kg
Cruz (Australia) 67kg
Winnie (Thailand) 59kg
Penthai (Thailand) 55kg