Highlight video from YOKKAO 17&18 and Fight videos

Highlight video from YOKKAO 17&18 and Fight videos


Highlight video from YOKKAO 17&18

Highlight video

YOKKAO 17&18 made waves throughout the Muay Thai community and I have the highlight video here from the events that went down. There was only one place that Muay Thai fans in the UK should have been in March and that was at the Macron stadium in Bolton. YOKKAO is going from strength to strength in the UK and worldwide, displaying the best of the best from all over the world, bringing them all under one roof and making history in the process.

Two world titles were up for grabs that night, the YOKKAO world titles at 65kg and also 70kg. Liam Harrison took on Tetsuya Yamato for the 65kg world title and Sanny Dahlbeck defended his title against another one of the bad co. boys Jordan Watson in a revenge match up for the 70kg title. Among these fights were a collection of fantastic fights of which I am sure you will grasp from the highlight video above.

Here are the full results from both YOKKAO 17&18:

Highlight from YOKKAO 17
#andnew YOKKAO 70kg World Champion


England vs Japan
Liam Harrison won by points vs Tetsuya Yamato


YOKKAO Prestige Fight
England vs Thailand -64kg
Manachai YOKKAOSaenchaiGym won in round 3 (retired) vs Luke Turner

YOKKAO UK Ranking -65kg
Dale Hughes won by KO (round 3) vs Dale Murray

YOKKAO Next Generation -79kg
Juan Cervantes won by points vs Danny Edwards

YOKKAO UK Ranking -61,5kg
Matty Mcguire lost by points vs Myk Estlick


YOKKAO UK Ranking -70kg

Luke Imeson lost by points vs Jackson Barkhouse


Highlight photo from YOKKAO 18
#andnew YOKKAO 65kg World Champion

England vs Sweden
Jordan Watson won by points vs Sanny Dahlbeck

YOKKAO Prestige Fight
England vs Holland -72,5kg
Ben Hodge won by points vs Christian Baya

YOKKAO UK Ranking Revenge -72,5kg
Soloman Wickstead lost by TKO (referee stoppage round 4) vs Jake Purdy

YOKKAO Next Generation Female Fight -48kg
England vs France
Amy Pirnie won by TKO (referee stoppage round 3) vs Fanny Ramos

YOKKAO UK Ranking -65kg
Danny Harrison-Little lost round 4 (retired) vs Jack Kennedy

YOKKAO Next Generation -80kg
David Sa lost by TKO (referee stoppage round 1) vs Darren Howieson

This was accompanied by a full YOKKAO Next Generation undercard:

B class 79kg
Jack Sampola lost by TKO (referee stoppage round 1) vs Artur Saladiak

B class 50kg
Dakota Ditcheva won in round 1 vs Maria Becerra (retirement)

B class 60kg
Spencer Brown vs Adam Haslam

C class 57kg
Isaac Taylor won by points vs Jack Beirne

C class 74kg
Charlie Simpson won by points vs Joe Nicholas

C class 64kg
Glenn Stock lost by points vs Jordan Trainor

As you can see there were some big names competing at this event. It makes me wonder how they will top this. With the recent release of Jordan Watson vs Reece McAllister for the 70kg YOKKAO world title at YOKKAO 20, it is set to be another sell out event.

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  1. […] 17 saw Liam Harrison take on Tetsuya Yamato for the 65kg YOKKAO world title as the main event full fight video here. YOKKAO 18 was an incredible card and the main event for it met everyone’s high […]

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