Five Professional Fights Announced for “M-One Reborn” May 16th, 2013

Written by Greg Boasberg. Posted in Muay Thai News, MuayThai

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Published on March 13, 2013 with 10 Comments

Five Professional Fights announced for “M-One Reborn” May 16th, 2013 at the San Manuel Casino in Highland, CA. Fighters from all over the world and several current and former Lumpinee and Rajadamnern Stadium Champions will be fighting. Every fight that has been announced so far will be a title fight. Here are the professional fights so far.

Main Event

Romie Adanza vs Jomhod Sagami


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Co-Main Event

Sagetdao “The Falling Star” Petchpayathai vs Tetsuya Yamoto

WBC Lightweight World Title

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Professional Undercard

Tarongdej Petchpayathai vs Charlie Boy Peters

Vacant MTAA World Title


Lukjaomaesaiwaree Superbon vs Craig Jose

M-ONE World Title

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Douglas Edwards vs Bryce Krause

MTAA National Title


Sagetdao Petchpayathai fought Kevin Ross at the M-One Grand “Team USA vs Team Thailand” back in October, 2011. He won the fight by TKO delivering a nasty cut in the third round. He comes out of Kiapetch Gym in Bangkok, Thailand. Current WBC World Lightweight Champion, Three time Lumpinee Champion. He has dominated in his weight division for some time now.

Sagetdao has beaten so many big names Saenchai, Liam Harrison, Jomthong Chuwattana, Anuwat Kaewsamrit, and Penake Sitnumnoi just to name a few. He is a regular Lumpinee and Rajadamnern Stadium fighter with over 200 fights and 156 wins. Sagetdao will be putting his WBC Lightweight World Title on the line against a real tough opponent from Japan Tetsuya Yamoto.

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Sagetdao Petchpayathai hitting pads with Thakoon Pongsupha owner of Sasiprapa Gym. Open Workout for “Team Thailand” October, 2011

Photos of Sagetdao Petchpayathai and Thakoon Pongsupha are by Vang Her Photography. Make sure to like their facebook page and M-One Muay Thai to keep up with the latest updates.

About Greg Boasberg

I got introduced to Muay Thai when I discovered Muay Thai Academy in North Hollywood, CA & began training there. It's the first Muay Thai Gym in the United States. After training and going to Muay Thai shows I developed a passion for the sport & the culture. Although I'm not currently training, the passion for the sport remains. I also operate the Muay Thai Site TOTALMUAYTHAI

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  1. Watch out for Superbon! He’s probably the most talented fighter in the 67 kg department next to Sittichai.

  2. wow pretty good line up to see some great thai fighters participating in this event. Who are the last 2 fighters at the bottom of list. Im looking forward to sagetdao v yamoto as the highlight of this event.

    • I mean this match up with sagetdao and yamoto seems to be the most interesting …. for me anyway

      • For me too. yamoto is definitely no slouch. ..pretty high ranked fighter. Probably the best Muay Thai fighter Japan has to offer at the moment.

        • ill never look forward to any of his japanese twitchy style non sense fighting. first time i seen him was in the front row in california getting KO’ed via headkick by sanchai in the first round.

  3. Charlie Boy and Craig Jose are gonna get their asses kicked hard..

    • I dont really know the fighters they’re fighting, any idea what their stats are? Im sure they are going to be tough tests for sure

      • Superbon is a very skilled contender who’s been high up in the high rankings for quite some years now. He was in the final of Isuzu and got robbed, he was in the final of Toyota Marathon, but got robbed. Some notable wins: he beat Singdam, Petmankong and Aekpracha to name a few. It looks like he has the ambition to make a name for himself internationally. Very quick and technical fighter. Record: 78 (61w-17l). Don’t be surprised if you see him in Thai Fight any time soon.

        Tanongdej was the Lumpinee champion (147lbs) some years ago. Allthough his style is not so attractive or action packed, he is very hard to beat. Strong, but a bit of a passive/awaiting fighter. Record: no idea.

        • Surin25 thanks very much for the info.I agree I think they might be in for a bad day at the office!

          • Charlie Peters won the WMC title in Bangla Stadium by RND2 knockout in February last year
            Craig Jose narrowly lost by split decision to Siayok in August last year.
            Both fighters have a wealth of talent and experience I don’t think it will be a Particularly bad day at the office for either of them.

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