Tawanchai P.K. Saenchai of Thailand has retained his World Featherweight Muay Thai title after defeating Superbon Singha Mawynn on Friday at the Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.
ONE Championship has had a spectacular year with Muay Thai, but the world’s largest martial arts organization reserved the best about for last, pitting Tawanchai against Superbon.
The action-packed show at Bangkok, Thailand’s Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, featured world-class all-striking bouts. And, with the power of Muay Thai in four-ounce gloves, the variety of finishes was obvious as ONE Championship wrapped up in 2023.
Tawanchai PK Saenchai eventually faced off against former ONE Featherweight Kickboxing World Champion Superbon Singha Mawynn in a historic main event. On the other hand, Tawanchai’s powerful striking helped him edge off Superbon, winning the majority decision and retain his gold after all five rounds.
Prajanchai PK Saenchai defeated Joseph Lasiri in the co-main event. The Thai superstar took the fight to his Italian opponent, unifying the ONE Strawweight Muay Thai World Championship with an elbow in less than 90 seconds.
“The Queen” Phetjeeja began the World Title action by punching her way to the ONE Interim Atomweight Kickboxing World Championship following five rounds of action with decorated fighter Anissa Meksen, earning a unanimous decision.
Muay Thai is a traditional martial art form that originated in Thailand. The use of stand-up striking and clinching techniques characterizes it. Muay Thai has gained popularity globally as a competitive sport known for its rigorous training methods and effective striking techniques.
Training in Muay Thai in Thailand provides an authentic experience, with many gyms and training camps offering programs for beginners and experienced practitioners.
Thailand is considered the birthplace of Muay Thai and is a popular destination for enthusiasts looking to immerse themselves in the art form’s rich cultural and historical roots.
Prajanchai is a Thai Muay Thai fighter presently under contract with ONE Championship. He is the current Interim ONE Strawweight Muay Thai World Champion and a previous ONE Strawweight Muay Thai World Champion. According to The Nation, he is the world’s 5th best pound-for-pound boxer as of December 2020.
Superbon Singha Mawynn, also known as Superbon Banchamek, is a Bangkok-based Thai Muay Thai kickboxer. He is currently under contract with ONE Championship. Superbon won the 2016 Kunlun Fight World Max Tournament and the 2018 Enfusion Live 76 8-Man Tournament.