Buakaw & Petrosyan Will Meet Again

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Thai Fight are putting on the biggest cross-over Muay Thai / K-1 fight there is to make.

On February 13, 2013, Buakaw will take on Giorgio Petrosyan in a Muay Thai rules bout.

Buakaw was the Omnoi Stadium champion & Toyota tournament winner (in the Lumpinee Stadium) who famously crossed over to Japan’s K-1, and – to Anglicise an American phrase – kicked arse and took names.

One of the men who rose to the forefront of K-1’s 70kg “MAX” division towards the back end of Buakaw’s 2004-2009 streak was the Italian sensation Giorgio Petrosyan.

Petrosyan’s only loss came at the hands of Buakaw’s then-team-mate Nonathon Por.Pramuk, but it is a widely held belief that the result was slightly affected by the very nature of it being at a Por.Pramuk event. He faced Buakaw too, in a regional Scandinavian K-1 event that was a glorified qualifier, but that fight in itself was hugely significant; the men battled to a draw.

Now, they will rematch, and both the Muay Thai and K-1 communities will tune in with baited breath.

Also rumoured is the super-fight between Sudsakorn vs. Fabio Pinca – a classic top Thai vs. top farang fight – and also appearing will be the monstrous Saiyok, Lumpinee champion who hasn’t lost since 2007 in a 30+ fight win streak outside of a headbutt at the hands of Mo Khamal.

AWESOME STUFF.

Peace, Light & Love to all.

Jumpin’ Jack Fletch

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5 Comments on “Buakaw & Petrosyan Will Meet Again”

  1. November 13, 2012 at 11:55 am #

    oh my god fight of the century :o

    • leecher
      November 15, 2012 at 6:08 pm #

      they will fight if masato allows it. lol

  2. leecher
    November 15, 2012 at 5:59 pm #

    They were fighting if masato it allows it

  3. leecher
    November 15, 2012 at 6:02 pm #

    they will fight if masato allows it

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