Malaipetch vs. Yodsanklai

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Was it me or does this place look empty?   Figures… I shelled out $50 (multiple purchases) bucks and still no love from the PPV trolls.  So effing jank… to all of you guys who subscribed and still haven’t gotten what you paid for I apologize.  Last time I recommend anything from these guys.

 

I thought Hammer was bad but at least he knows what he’s watching and has a clue what he’s talking about.   Clearly they cut corners on PPV back end and the announcers.  So not really the fight I was hoping for… The two things that I got from this match up were… Malaipetch is one tough bastard.  Dude is effing hardcore; to me he’s the embodiment of Muay Thai fortitude.  Many thanks to nyghtsky for uploading and collecting Muay Thai vids.  This fight can be found on youtube or k-1 fans forums.

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Yodsanklai… I don’t even know where to begin.  Seeing him stalk Malaipetch was bitter sweet.  I’ve never seen Malaipetch backed up so much.  It just has to be one of the most disconcerting feelings… to be relentlessly and methodically run down.  I knew Yod was solid but this is a whole another level.  Malaipetch is still the man, I think it would have been a betterI knew Malaipetch was going to have issues with Yod’s hands.  During his fight with Schniedmiller at Slamm he at a lot of punches.  For Yod to land 4 uppercuts unchecked is just obscene.  I think Malaipetchs corner did the right thing, it was just going to get worse.

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18 Comments

  1. Getting stalked by Yod—that’s some scary shit right there.

    Was Malaipetch injured coming into this fight? He seemed hesitant right from the outset. I’m not trying to take anything away from Yod’s performance, but something didn’t seem right with Malaipetch.

  2. Fight Geek-

    That’s a possibility… but remember his fighting style is going to change with yod… he isn’t going to be able to roll through Yod guns blazing like the other guys. I’m sure that has to change things…

    BTW been keep up with your blog. Sounds like your having a great time training in Thailand

  3. Yod is totally awsome..

    I would love to see him fight Buakaw or a rematch between him and Andy Souwer

    I think he has improved a lot since The Contender Asia.

  4. The web stream for the fight was an absolute nightmare! Missed a lot of the Deiselleck/ Marco Pique and Baxter Humby/Jiangtao Dong fight!

    Almost finished uploading the rest of the Jamaican fights on YouTube! Knock yourselves, fight fans!

  5. Lamsongkram broke Farid’s right rib cage in the second round with punishing knees; I doubt if anyone knew it at the time including Farid himself. It was no wonder, he looked completely out of it the remaining rounds

  6. I understand (or was told) the webstream failed for the first 3 fights for some people because of a power outage in Jamaica during Baxter Humby and Jiang Dong. As for the other people, such as myself and many of you who also did not actually get any of the fights streamed, there’s no explanation.

  7. Yod is far above Malaipet in terms of competition. Fighting in the US mainly, Malaipet might have gone a bit soft. Yod is the real deal- methodical, tough and killer instinct.

  8. i ended up getting the match about 2 hours later then scheduled. the site seemed shady to me though the whole time. i was sitting there thinking i wouldnt be surprised if i get screwed over. yod was very methodical in his way of picking malaipetch apart. either way malaipetch is tough as hell and i still think he’s an awesome nak muay.

  9. yup i agree about the US n malaipet. he hasnt seemed focused here. similar to what LA did to the lakers. and also that announcer is a huge fucking tool. fucking braindead sounding fat piece of shit.

  10. yods showing of respect after the fight… was that because malaipet was older? i think they mentioned something about them being friends from before. can someone elaborate?

  11. SE-

    Yes, Malaipet is Pi/Pee (Big Brother). When you fight someone who’s older you pay your respect. The prostration is called (grahp) This is especially true if you’ve got a relationship with them.

    As for the relationship part, i know they were on the same ticket at slamm. I’m sure you bond with your fellow country man where your in a foreign place.

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