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Top Female Muay Thai Fighters and Fights - Full Fight Video Thread

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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. 

 

Not saying none of that happened because China is notoriously very difficult to win in, and can be inhospitable (stories told to be sure). But...if you haven't lost much in your life (and not fought people who can make you lose due to advantages), you don't really know what losing feels like, or why it happens. Fighters with almost impeccable records sometimes lack perspective, though on their own they can be great.

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Ticha vs Lisa, I think this is a WMC title fight at 51kg:

 

Lisa almost took that fight. Ticha wanted nothing to do with that right hand, and was starting to fade. But then in classic Thai female style she waited for the optimum moment and performed dominance brilliantly (that head jerk in the clinch was a thing of beauty in terms of dramatic impact and timing).

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Amy Pirnie vs Dakota Ditcheva - Yokkao | March 25th, 2017

The Yokkao broadcast version of this fight will be up eventually, but until then, this edit of their stream. And below a cut up of Amy's dominant trips and sweeps from the fight:

I can't emphasize enough how impressed I am with Amy. Everything here is very advanced. Her control of space is like fighting on another plane, and her clinch has so much solid technique, it isn't even a fair fight at that distance. Props to Dakota who is making her way and on her own path as a fighter, but Amy has put the work in over the years and it really shows.

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I'd love to see Amy and Loma fight. Clinch vs clinch with fighters who both use sweeps, trips and dumps.

 

Imo, Amy might win for other reasons (size advantage, crisp confident striking), but in the clinch it would be Loma. These kinds of trips Amy used work against people less familiar with clinch, those not raised with 1000s of hours of clinch where fundamental balance is established, whereas Loma's attack throws pretty much work against anyone. We'll see though, if Loma can throw Phetjee Jaa when they finally face, whenever that is, a fighter with a very firm base, that will be the proof of her throwing greatness.

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Amy Pirnie vs Dakota Ditcheva - Yokkao | March 25th, 2017

The Yokkao broadcast version of this fight will be up eventually, but until then, this edit of their stream. And below a cut up of Amy's dominant trips and sweeps from the fight:

I can't emphasize enough how impressed I am with Amy. Everything here is very advanced. Her control of space is like fighting on another plane, and her clinch has so much solid technique, it isn't even a fair fight at that distance. Props to Dakota who is making her way and on her own path as a fighter, but Amy has put the work in over the years and it really shows.

Tv version of the fight.

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This is only part of a round from Lookboonmee Gym's facebook page. 

 

https://www.facebook.com/lookboonmee/videos/1431915516879311/

 

Here's a video of Loma's fight against Petchnaree from last month. Her opponent was 5kg bigger than her as you can tell in the video, but skills count for more than size when you're at that level in the fight game. Our clinch master Loma shows you how to sweep and throw your opponent with style! Suphisara

 

 

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田嶋はる VS 小林愛三 ROAD TO KNOCK OUT.1 2017.5.10 のコピー
ROAD TO KNOCK OUT.1 2017.5.10
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This is Haru Tajima (red) vs Manami Kobayashi (blue). Haru was unceremoniously stripped of her WPMF 105 lb world title, which she had won from Duangdaonoi Looklangtan, when she found out through word of mouth that two Thais were fighting for it out of nowhere, Phetjee Jaa winning that title recently.

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Little Tiger (red) vs Koto Hiraoka (blue) - 45 kg 3 Rounds Krush Promotion - (Little Tiger is the WPMF 100 lb World Champion)

WOW! That was such an awesome fight! I wonder if there'll be a rematch because that was such a great match-up between the two! 

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Women's Fight Muay Thai World Championship | 2017.06.08 | Tisha Wor.Por.Sukhothai (THA) vs Fani Sasiprapagym (GRE)

Women's Fight Muay Thai World Championship | 2017.06.08 | Saosingh Mor.Rattanabundit (THA) vs Juliana Muaythaiacademy (BRA)

Women's Fight Muay Thai World Championship | 2017.06.08 | Fahseetong Sitsureung (THA) vs Claire Wor.Santai (AUS)

Women's Fight Muay Thai World Championship | 2017.06.08 | Petchmaipa Mor.Krungthepthonburi (THA) vs KC Sinbimuaythai (USA)

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