Small Muay Thai Champion Defeating Elite Heavyweight Kickboxers

Kaoklai Kaennorsing was a young former champion at the prestigious Rajadamnern Stadium in Thailand when he made his debut in K-1. First he took home the win in the Seoul Grand Prix tournament, then he was given a spot to make a run for the World Title against some of the most dangerous heavyweight kickboxers in the world, earning himself the name of the “Giant Killer,” and forever a legendary status in the world of combat sports.

Welterweight Muay Thai Champion That Became “Giant Killer” in K-1 

Watch two legendary fighters go to war in one of the first Muay Thai vs. Kickboxing bouts. This fight had significant impact on North American Kickboxing and Muay Thai. UFC Coach Duke Roufus was deeply influenced by this bout!

Watch – “Muay Thai vs. Kickboxing The Legendary Fight That Changed History!”

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