Coming to you on December 18th, 2021, from the beautiful city of Pattaya, Thailand, is BKFC Thailand 1 “The Game Changer” (Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship Thailand-1).
This epic first event will be held at The Pattaya Exhibition And Convention Hall (PEACH), located at the world-renowned and multi-award winning, Royal Cliff Hotel. Situated on a beautiful coastal playground, this 5-start resort is like no other and is the perfect spot for spectators to get away and unwind and enjoy this epic world class fighting event.
The card features:
12: Main Event: The highly anticipated rematch between Tee Jay Chang (UK) a very technical bare knuckle boxer vs Keivan Soleimani (Iran) a very tough and game fighter with a Lethwei background. These two have unfinished business after a gruelling match up where Fabiano took the win under controversial circumstances. Who is the better man? December 18th we will find out.
11: Co Main Event: The legendary multi-class boxing WBC, WBA, WBU, IBO title holder Sirimongkhon Lamthun (Thailand) vs Reza “Persian Leopard” Goodary (Iran) who has competed in more than 250 high level bare knuckle full contact karate bouts and won numerous titles. This is an interesting stylistic match up and both athletes are confident they can take the win.
9: Boonsom “Sinsamut” Klinmee (Thailand) a highly experienced Army Games Lumpinee Boxing champion vs Jonny Tello (Canada) a hungry and dangerous upstart coming off of an impressive bare-knuckle win.
8: Pongpisan Chunyong (Thailand) a Muay Thai veteran vs Victor Booty (UK) a game and hungry boxer
7: Thoedsak Sinam (Thailand) vs Reza Ahmadzezhad (Iran)
6: Jean Carlos Pereir (Brazil) vs Johan Van de hel (France)
5: Souris Manfredi (France) a world Lethwei Champion vs Saowaluk “Jade” Nareepaengsri (Thailand) a highly experienced Muay Thai and Western Boxer having more than 100 fights.
4: Zelemkhan Mukushev (Russia) a heavyweight hitting Muay Thai and MMA veteran vs Arash Mardani (Iran) coming off of a very impressive pro boxing KO victory and a former Olympic silver medallist in wrestling
3: Pipat Mike Chaiporn (Thailand) vs sarun srioumboo (Thailand)
2: Surasak “Seansuek” Sukkhamcha vs Ermek Kumachaev (Kyrgyzstan)
1: Sominong War (Myanmar) vs Surachat Srirod (Thailand)