On Monday, Sep. 11, YOKKAO traveled to Kitec, Hong Kong, for YOKKAO 25 & 26.

In the main event of YOKKAO 26, one of the all-time great Muay Thai fighters, Saenchai, continued his incredible win streak, which now sits at 30 straight. Saenchai’s skill was too much for Spain’s Jonathan Fabian to overcome.

In the YOKKAO 25 main event, Russia’s Kazbek Kabulov shocked the world when he brutally knocked out Singdam Yokkaosaenchaigym (as known as Singdam Kiatmuu9). Kabulov ended Singdam’s nine-fight winning streak and became only the second non-Thai fighter to defeat him.

Elsewhere on the undercard, Yodchai Yokkaosaenchaigym had a strong performance against Hong Kong’s Ng King Chung. Manachai Yokkaosaenchaigym took the decision from experienced Spanish kickboxer Carlos Araya. YOKKAO gym members Spencer Brown and Nobita Yokkaosaenchaigym picked up victories against Lui Chun Yin and Yiu Tat Fai, respectively.

The event aired live on YOKKAO’s facebook page.

FULL RESULTS
Saenchai PKSaenchaimuaythaigym def. Jonathan Fabian by decision
Manachai Yokkaosaenchaigym def. Carlos Araya by decision
Erhan Gungor def. Billy William by TKO (referee stoppage). Round 2
Kwok Hoi Ling def. Donus Jornguangym by decision
Liu Hin def. Chung Zhou Kang by knockout (knees). Round 1
Yan Sok Wah def. Selina by decision
Kazbek Kabulov def. Singdam Yokkaosaenchaigym by knockout (spinning wheel kick). Round 1
Yodchai Yokkaosaenchaigym def. Ng King Chung by TKO (front kick and elbows). Round 2
Spencer Brown def. Lui Chun Yin by decision
Nobita Yokkaosaenchaigym def. Yiu Tat Fai by knockout (knee to the body). Round 3
Haozhan Wei def. Chong Fu Wa by decision
Vander Dave Ramos def. Leslie Wong by decision

About The Author

Zach Aittama
Staff Writer

Zach Aittama became a fan of martial arts at an early age. Hooked on the sport after one experience, Zach started training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Muay Thai as a teenager. Watching the sport only increased his interest, building a fascination for combat sports around the globe. Years of training and amateur bouts later, Zach continues to train while working and attending school full-time. Zach started writing for Fight Sport Asia in 2014 and joined the Combat Press staff in July of 2015.

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