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

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Loma Lookboonmee vs Denise Castle S1 Championship, 2013

This was an interesting fight. Loma had beaten Denise in Thailand, Loma flying back from getting KO'd by Erika Kamimura in Japan just 48 hours earlier, I believe. Then she took this rematch in England. This is an example of a huge misunderstanding in Thai vs western style scoring. As you can tell from the commentary (which believes that "catching kicks" is a point somehow, or that throws don't score if you don't land a strike, or that elbows score really high) this is just a different world than Thai scoring. If you watch Loma by the end of the 4th round she believes the fight is over, as she has a big Thai style lead controlling the 4th round. She told Sylvie that she stopped fighting to be kind and not unnecessarily hurt Denise. You can see the "touch gloves" agreement that the fight is over. But, when it came to the score cards a different story. Denise fought a good fight, what a nice 3rd round, but when one opponent believes the fight is over its very hard to even assess the competition.

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10/4/2018 fights via Nakrobtuen on youtube.

Wondergirl Charoensak Muaythai Gyms vs Nongbenz Sakchatree

Rungnapa Por.Mueang Petch vs Angela Sitsongpeenong

Nanghong Luangprasert vs Thananchanok Kaewsamrit

Nongbiws Tor.Thepsutin vs Nongnat Lookboonmee

Kaew Ta Por.Mueang Petch vs Nongplaylek Srisawatyims







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3 hours ago, Xestaro said:

the thought just occurred to me that it would be awesome if you (if the fighters are fine with it) posted the fights at the end of the Muay Khao Summit here. Would that be possible?

Here's the live stream from Sylvie's facebook page.

"The LIVE stream of the Queens of the North all-female card promotion! 7 fights from Chiang Mai Thailand hosted by Jenine Pilla - featuring guests Karuhat, Dieselnoi and Langsuan."


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4 hours ago, dtrick924 said:

Here's the live stream from Sylvie's facebook page.

"The LIVE stream of the Queens of the North all-female card promotion! 7 fights from Chiang Mai Thailand hosted by Jenine Pilla - featuring guests Karuhat, Dieselnoi and Langsuan."


Thank you! It will be easier to find in here 🙂

Watching again. Those fights were really cool! Well done ladies!

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