Jomhod “King of the Ring” Kiatadisak once again proved that age is just a number this weekend after going 5 rounds at the age of 48 with a much younger opponent. The muaythai legend travelled to the beautiful city of Tampere, Finland on Saturday the 27th to face Junior Coleman from the UK for an international gala put together by WMC Finland Represntative Pertti Nurmi.

Jomhod began training muaythai at an early age and has been WMC champion 3 times as well as champion in both the Lumphinee and Rajadamnuen stadiums. He also holds notable wins over Sakmongkol Sithchuchok, Ramon Dekkers and Ivan Hippolyte to name a few.

After 5 hard fought rounds the decision went to the judges scorecard who announced a draw, the audience applauded Jomhod for such a strong performance and display of techniques.

This was not the first time Jomhod has visited Finland as his first fight in the country was 21 years ago in the same venue organised by the same promoter which highlights just how popular he was and continues to be in the hearts of muaythai fans.