Face Bones Pt.2

Videos are after the jump, just talking Yokkao up here

For those of you who didn't know, yesterday (Jan. 21, 2012) Milan, Italy was host to Yokkao Extreme 2012. Yokkao manufactures Muay Thai equipment and sponsors quite a few elite fighters. Buakaw, Saenchai, Sudsakorn, Pajonsuk, and the Petrosyan brothers, just to name a few, were all participants at the event that ran both Thai and K-1 rules bouts. The only videos out there at the moment are some short cell phone videos, and some very low quality footage someone got recording the jumbotron. I've read on a few sites that the event will air on Eurosport on March 1st so we should all have quality videos availiable to us after then. I'll post the match-ups and I'll leave the results out, but if you'd like to know go here.

The match-ups:

Vanni Fae vs Lelio Ramunni - Muay Thai rules, 81kg/178lbs

Silvia La Notte vs Arianna Santos - Muay Thai rules, 48kg/105lbs

Alessandro Campagna vs Corrado Zanchi - Muay Thai rules, 70kg/154lbs

Ekapop Sor. Klinmee vs Esteban Maza - Muay Thai rules, 70kg/154lbs

Imwiset Pornnarai vs Angelo Campoli - Muay Thai rules, 65kg/143lbs

Pajonsuk Por. Pramuk vs Karim Bennoui - Muay Thai rules, 60kg/132lbs

Cedric Muller vs Bruno Franchi - K1 rules, 71kg/156lbs

Armen Petrosyan vs Djime Coulibaly - K1 rules, 72.5kg/160lbs

Fabio Pinca vs Saenchai Sinbi - Muay Thai Rules, 66kg/145 lbs

Marco Pique vs Sudsakorn Sor. Klinmee - Muay Thai Rules, 70kg/154lbs

Abraham Roqueni vs Giorgio Petrosyan - K1 rules, 70kg/154lbs

Buakaw Por. Pramuk vs Dzhabar Askerov - k1 rules, 70kg/154 lbs

Save for the first four bouts, I'm familiar with every fighter on the card. It's a shame we couldn't see it live as it was indeed stacked.

Continuing in likewise fashion this post will have five bouts, and since this is Face Bones part 2 (Part 1 here) all fights end with a knockout. Under each video I'll post how far to go into it if you don't wanna watch the whole thing.

Number 5:

Yuya Yamamoto vs Giorgio Petrosyan (K-1 World Max Final 2009, semi-final)
October 26, 2009 - Yokohama, Japan

(from 1:47 on)

Number 4:

Taishin Kohiruimaki vs Akeomi Nitta (K-1 World Max 2005 Japan Tournament Final)
February 23, 2005 - Tokyo, Japan


Number 3:

Errol Zimmerman vs Daniel Ghita (K-1 World Grand Prix in Seoul Final 16)
October 2, 2010 - Seoul, South Korea

(5:55 into this one)

Number 2:

Freddy Kemayo vs Orhan Karalioglu (Fight Code Rhino Series Final 16)
July 9, 2011 - Istanbul, Turkey

(9:30 ought to do it)

Number 1:

Kaoklai Kaennorsing vs Mo Siligia (K-1 World Grand Prix Final 2004)
December 4, 2004 - Tokyo, Japan


And that is that, also be aware that It's Showtime holds an event this coming Saturday. It's going to be live from The Netherlands on HDnet, so everybody watch what may be Badr Hari and Gokhan Saki's last kickboxing match.

Face Bones:
Part 1

Give and Take:
Part 1

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