YOKKAO 35 – 36 will head to the Italian city of Turin on 26th January 2019 for a night of world-class Muay Thai action. Organized in partnership with Thai Boxe Mania promoter, Carlo Barbuto, the double event will take place at the Palaruffini multi-purpose indoor arena and is shaping up to be one of YOKKAO’s biggest shows.

Besides the massive 5000-seat capacity, YOKKAO 35 – 36 has set up an impressive lineup for its return to Italy. Four prominent figures from the YOKKAO Fight Team are now confirmed to make appearances for the Turin showdown including Saenchai, Singdam, Manachai and Spencer Brown.

Saenchai is a Muay Thai living legend, considered by many to be one of the greatest fighters of all time. He has captured numerous titles and awards with a flamboyant yet effective fighting style unlike any others in the history of combat sports. Saenchai holds a fight record of 332 fights that include 286 wins.

He is joined by YOKKAO teammate and fellow legend, Singdam who is a multi-time Lumpinee champion with a total of 340 fights in his career. Other than the 2 Muay Thai veterans, the fight team’s young stars, Manachai and Spencer Brown will inject additional adrenaline into the show with their brand of dynamite fighting style.

At just 22 years old with a record of 295 fights and 204 wins, Manachai has built a reputation for an exciting ring presence with his crippling low kicks. He racked up an impressive 13 wins out of his last 14 appearances, with half of the victories via knockouts. Spencer adds a forward-moving style to the mix with strong powerful punches that have earned him the nickname of “The Body Snatcher” and “The KO Kid”.

There are more reasons to be in Turin as YOKKAO Next Generation Kids will also be held one day after on the 27th January 2019 for 2 days of back-to-back Muay Thai entertainment. The event will be headlined by the junior Thai fighters who train out of YOKKAO Training Center Bangkok and bright, young prospects from around Italy.

YOKKAO 35 – 36 will be a double treat with two events on one night for the price of one ticket.

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