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Old 03-14-2009, 09:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Champions of Champions II Fight Night

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To be held at the Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Event dates are June 24-28, 2009

Champions of Champions II again brings the best Muaythai fighters from across the globe together for one massive fight night. After a successful Champions of Champions I in 2008, fight night is back by popular demand.

2009 fighters include top muaythai fighters of Thailand including Yodsaenklai Fairtex, Buakaw Por Pramuk and Anuwat Kaewsamrit to compete in the Champion of Champions event in Jamaica.

Also look out for Malaipet Team Diamond, Clifton Brown, Rick Cheek and with more names to be announced.

Champions of Champions II will feature top ranked fighters from across the globe defending their titles. Champions of Champions is committed to giving you the ultimate in Muaythai fighting and social networking. Our fight community brings together fighters and fight fans globally. The fight will be streamed live and made available to a worldwide audience via pay per view. Pre-fight activities to include a VIP Party with weigh-in. Join us in beautiful Jamaica or join us online, just don’t miss this knock-out event.

According to Sakchye Tapsuwan, Chairman of the Amateur Muaythai Association of Thailand (AMAT).

Mr. Sakchye said that Muaythai fighters from Lan Muay Kru Sua youth training facility may also fight in the event, which he hoped would popularise the sport at the global level. In addition, the event organiser has sent a documentary production team to Thailand to film about the life of AMAT Honorary President General Pichit Kullawanit.

“They will also film the tourist attractions and the young Muaythai fighters in Thailand in order to produce a documentary to be aired in Jamaica and many other countries. It will motivate the young to learn muaythai, which is not yet a popular sport in Jamaica,” said Sakchye.

General Pichit was already filmed when he presided over the opening of Lan Muay Kru Sua Camp on March 7 in Bangkok. Sakchye said the facility will be part of a crucial strategy to use Muaythai as a youth activity to combat illegal drug use.

http://www.worldmuaythaimagazine.com/
First event was great, hopefully this one is as well.
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