The Thai Fight “Kard Chuek” Reality Show Results Have Been Leaked; Final 8 Revealed

Earlier last month, FSA announced that Thai Fight would be filming a Contender-Style reality TV series, set to air between July 5 and August 14. Two teams of 16 fighters apiece would battle it out, with each victory bringing one fighter closer to the grand finale, set to take place later in the year.

We initially reported that Thai Fight sensations Saiyok Pumpanmuang and Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee would star as coaches for the two rival teams, but we’ve since learned that both fighters will be participating among the 32 chosen fighters as competitors. While there are are a few experienced nak muays in the group (Naser-K members Michael Piscitello and Crice Boussoukou come to mind) letting Sudsakorn and Saiyok compete against a team of relatively unknown fighters seems a bit unfair, to say the least.

Thanks to Fight Sport Asia’s friend and partner website- Muay Farang– we now have access to the fight results from the last Thai Fight Kaad Chuek card from June 14th. The show was set to feature the final 16 bouts on the program. At the end of the night, only 8 fighters remained, whittled down from the original 32. We now have a decent idea of what some of the match-ups for the Final 8, Final 4, and Grand Finale might look like.

Keep in mind, these results have already been posted to numerous places around the Internet. Only continue reading if you want spoilers for the show.

Thai Fight Kard Chuek- Final 16 Results

Dima Konstantinov (Ukraine)  def. Richardi Genda (slovakia) by Decision

Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee (Th) def. Victor Hugo Nunes (Brazil) by Decision

Crice Boussoukou (S.Africa) def.  Jong Hyun Ko (Korea) by KO

Youssef Boughanem (Belgium) def. Sebastien Billard (Monaco) by KO

Idouche Lahoucine (Morocco) def. Kazbek Zubarev (Russia) by KO

Zaw Tum (Myanmar) def. Dimitri Masson (Switz) by Decision

Mickael Piscitello (France) def. Martin Meoni (Italy) by KO

Saiyok Pumpanmuang (Th) def. Matheus Pereira Dagruz (Columbia) by Decision

Obviously, the biggest names that remain are those of Sudsakorn, Saiyok, Piscitello,and  Boussoukou. However, Youseff Boughanem and Idouche Lahoucine are quite talented fighters in their own right, and were more than likely the next most skilled nak muays outside the top four.

It’s probably no coincidence that the well known fighters in the bracket weren’t scheduled to face each other until all the other competition had been eliminated. It’s relatively clear to see that Thai Fight wants Sudsakorn and Saiyok to meet in the finals, and they will most likely be on opposite ends of the bracket until the end of the competition.

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8 Comments on “The Thai Fight “Kard Chuek” Reality Show Results Have Been Leaked; Final 8 Revealed”

  1. June 17, 2013 at 6:27 pm #

    What is the point of revealing these results in advance?
    I think there is no need to spoil the show…
    We’ve been following your blog for quite a while and we love it, but today we must disagree with you in posting this.
    Best regards from Spain

    La Casa del Muay Thai

    • June 17, 2013 at 6:39 pm #

      Hey Vincente, the results have already been posted around the Internet. We aren’t breaking the story. The fights were also open to the public.

  2. June 18, 2013 at 4:44 am #

    Its frustrating that they say Crice Boussoukou is from South Africa, when he is clearly from France. Why the false marketing? No one in South Africa knows who he is.

  3. aung
    June 19, 2013 at 3:32 am #

    Why no one mentions about Zaw Tun. I don’t know why he has been selected to represent Myanmar to fight big names. I heard that he was a solid fighter but he is not a champ from Myanmar. However he is most experienced boxer of this style since Myanmar lethwei don’t use gloves.

    • June 29, 2013 at 4:17 pm #

      None of these fighters represent their own countries, this is not the Olympics. Myanmar fighters need more experience at the international level. Don’t take it personally.

  4. October 4, 2013 at 9:41 am #

    Yes, Jeff, you are right! Burmese fighters need more experiences in international fight, because this is not held in Myanmar. Now Zaw Tum lost to Youssef by decision, and out of the matches, but Burmese journalists never admitted Zaw Tum worth to loose Youssef. They blamed all referees make to loose him.
    So, Please don’t lie all the time. Burmese should admit the truth and try to improve skill in Muay Thai. Please forget your old habit.
    I think, Muay Thai is the best.
    Zaw Tum is a good fighter, but he is not the champion of Myanmar. Only Saw Shark is the Champion of Burma. But what will happen if he fights with Buakaw???
    Saw Shark (Myanmar) vs Buakaw (Thailand) = Saw Shark will die.

    By the way, I am from Burma (Myanmar)

  5. October 4, 2013 at 10:09 am #

    A person is very brave if he admitted his loosing when he lost a match. This person would be a hero.

    A person never admitted his loosing and will blame to the others when he lost a match, but they would be very proud when their boxer won in fights that held in their country or their sponsors might bring very inferior foreign boxers and let compete them with their the local champions, then all foreign boxers lost in round 1 or 2…haha very funny, these kind of person are very brave, do you think????


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