Montego Bay Champions of Champions 2.
Muay Thai Extreme (MTX) presents Champions of Champions II. A fight card with champion fighters from across the world will compete in 10 world title fights. This Muay Thai fight card features some of Muay Thai’s best match-ups, Nathan “Carnage” Corbett Vs Tyrone “King of the Ring” Spong. In addition to the fight, there will be a fashion show between rounds, with top designers in a fashion show fight event.
- Nathan Corbett (Australia) vs Tyrone Spong (The Netherlands)
- Yodsaenklai Fairtex (Thailand) vs Steve Wakeling (England)
- Buakaw Por. Parmuk (Thailand) vs John Wayne Parr (Australia)
- Julie Kitchen (UK) vs Angela Riviera-Parr (USA)
- Rayen Simson (Netherlands) vs Eugene Ekkelboom (Australia)
- Marco Pique (Seriname) vs Dzhabar Askero (United Arab Emirates)
- Patrice Quarteron (France) vs Paul Slowinski (Poland / Australia)
- Liam Harrison (England) vs Anuwat Keawsamrit (Thailand)
- Mosab Amrani (Morocco / Holland) vs Andrei Kubelin (Belarus)
- Kaoklai Kennorasing (Thailand) vs Clifton Brown (Canada / Jamaica)
Muaythai fans look forward to June 26, 2009 (Montego Bay, Jamaica) for the Champion of Champions 2. The Caribbean Classic Celebrity Golf Invitational (CCGI) tournament and charity event. Representing female muay thai will be the WMC Female Lightweight World Title between American, Angie Parr and European Champion Julie Kitchen from the UK.
The opening fight was for the WMC Welterweight World Title between the current champion Mosab Amrani from Holland and Andrei Kublein from Belarussia. Two-time IFMA World Champion, Andrei Kubelin was on top of his game and won the fight by unanimous decision.
Next up, was the Muay thai Against Drugs Title Fight between Buakow Por Pramuk from Thailand and the Australian John Wayne Parr. This was a world class performance by both fighters but the younger Buakow seemed to have the extra bit of power at the end of each round and took the fight by unanimous decision. Both fighters gave an excellent show and received a standing ovation from the crowd.
Jamaican fighter Clifton Brown versus Thailand’s Kaoklai competing for the WMC Super Light Heavyweight Title was up next. Brown had the crowd on their feet. Kaoklai knocked down Clifton in the first round and from round two onwards it was Brown. After five rounds, Brown took the fight by unanimous decision.
The fight between European Superstar, Tyrone “King of the Ring” Spong and Nathan “Carnage” Corbett ended in controversy. First, Spong knocked Corbett down in round one. In round two, Corbett changed up his style and knocked down Spong. The referee gave a ten count to Spong but both fighters fought on and Corbett knocked down Spong again. The fight was declared a re-match but is under review (see bout below review...).
The WMC Super Middlewight Title match was between Australian Champ, Eugene Ekelboom and Rayen Simson from Holland. Simson knocked Ekelboom down in round one. In round two, Ekelboom charged forward with aggressive clinching. Round four, Simson injured his arm and Ekelboom retained the World Title via TKO.
The WMC Lightweight Title match between Liam Harrison versus Thailand’s former Boxer of the Year, Annuwat was next in the line up. From the beginning, both fighters went for the decision battling toe to toe. Annuwat aggressively attacked Harrison’s front leg throughout the fight. In round three. Annuwat defeated Harrison by TKO with leg kicks.
Yodsanklai, the current WMC Middleweight Champion and the Contender Asia superstar fought South American star Cosmo Alexandre. Yodsanklai was looking for a quick decision but Cosmo tactfully defended and counter attacked. Yodansklai stopped Alexandre in round four with leg kicks.
The WMC World Super Lightweight Woman’s Title was between the European Champion Julie Kitchen versus the Oceania Champ, Angela Rivera-Parr. Julie Kitchen took the title but both fighters received a standing ovation from the crowd.
The next match was between Contender Semi Finalist, Sean Wright from Scotland versus the Contender Asia season two, Marco Pique from Surinam. Pique showed he meant business right away and Sean Wright was off to a slow start eventually paying the price when Pique’s right hand sent him down to the canvas in round one.
The fight for the WMC World Heavyweight Title was between current champ Paul Slowinski and Patrice Quarteron from France. Slowinski fired his full arsenal of the eight Muay thai weapons giving a class performance which stopped Quarteron in round three.