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Phetjee Jaa WMC 45 kg title fight vs Phen Phet Sor. Thianchai - July 30th, 2016

[edit: scroll down, a better version was posted]

 

I think PJJ was really lucky to win this fight. It's an obscured view, but it looked like she lost the 4th, and could not hold the 5th to my eye - her own corner got pretty quiet. Maybe Emma who was there can comment with what she saw live. I was pretty impressed with her opponent.

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Here's a couple more of the fights from the Women's Muay Thai show 30th July)

Fahsithong Sit. Sor Eung vs. Vicki Linda (Jitti Gym)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03-F9zsMPqk 

Chomanee Sor. Tehiran vs Farida Okiko (Vor. Hemthanon Gym)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaeiuP7lc6g

Petdapee Mor. Krungthep Thonburi vs. Miriam Sabot (Hongthong Gym)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZd2qm_UqQ4

I'll also add the TV version of PhetJeejaa vs PenPhet because the quality is better

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAA-i-4e3-0

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Thananchanok R.R.KilaLampang (Red/Thai) vs Phetpayar Mor.KrungthepThonburi (Blue/Thai) 8/11/2016

Queen’s birthday fight ★ WPMF Light Fly Weight Championship (Female) 108 lbs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSHSD5trYA8

Damn that 4th round was nuts! Also I had the fight for Petpaya. Does WPMF have different judging or something like that?

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Damn that 4th round was nuts! Also I had the fight for Petpaya. Does WPMF have different judging or something like that?

We were shocked by the decision as well. We watched online and our internet dropped out, so we missed half of the fifth round and thought maybe there'd been something SUPER significant that we missed... but no. It's unfortunate because Thanonchanok is a great fighter, and this was a great fight, and Petpaya deserved to win. It's just a shame.

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Damn that 4th round was nuts! Also I had the fight for Petpaya. Does WPMF have different judging or something like that?

 

It is not something that is talked about publicly much, but there is a very strong connection between the WPMF and Kaewsamrit gym, and Thanonchanok is a fighter with longtime Kaewsamrit connections. She's a very good fighter, indeed, but she lost this fight. But things go this way in Thailand sometimes.

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Remember Tessa, the girl who beat Lomanee? She apparently got some press on a Finnish show:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3b29c-U-s4

 

I don't understand Finnish but it sounds so magical. It sounds like its from LoTR or GoT. 

 

Does anyone know if Phetpaya or Penphet have fought recently? I am excited to see their careers progress.

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I found a HL video which includes clips from the ever elusive and apparently controversial match between Anissa Meksen and E Mei Die:

 

https://v.qq.com/x/cover/cost1qlvhtm1imw/x0172qw49mx.html?ref_vid=m0157gz5wua

 

Edit: I found the full video! You need a Chinese VPN to watch but here it is:

 

http://www.iqiyi.com/v_19rrkobpdw.html

 

*Spoilers*

 

Not the terrible robbery it was made out to be, just the hometown girl being favored in a close match. I did score it for Meksen though.

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I found a HL video which includes clips from the ever elusive and apparently controversial match between Anissa Meksen and E Mei Die:

 

https://v.qq.com/x/cover/cost1qlvhtm1imw/x0172qw49mx.html?ref_vid=m0157gz5wua

 

Edit: I found the full video! You need a Chinese VPN to watch but here it is:

 

http://www.iqiyi.com/v_19rrkobpdw.html

 

*Spoilers*

 

Not the terrible robbery it was made out to be, just the hometown girl being favored in a close match. I did score it for Meksen though.

 

I wasn't following the controversy. What was the story about that?

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I wasn't following the controversy. What was the story about that?

Meksen said on facebook that she was being sabotaged the whole time and got robbed. Apparently someone backstage ran over her foot with a cart, a ringside doctor put disinfectant in her eyes, the other girl was headbutting without being penalized and the judges robbed her. A clash of heads did cut Meksen's nose really badly, but it didn't seem intentional to me. 

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I missed the Thanonchanok fight because I was on ch.3 HD instead of SD  :pinch: Was this fight controversial like the last?

 

No. The fight was pretty uneventful, and wasn't very close. Thanonchanok just styled away with it in the final round, beautifully so. Her opponent had trouble entering the clinch.

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