Video – Sapanpetch Sit Ititsukato vs. Mathias Sitsongpeenong from MAX Muay Thai: The Final Chapter

Mathias Sitsongpeenong was the only ‘farang’ (non-Thai) fighter that won a match-up against a Thai combatant in the most recent MAX Muay Thai event that was held on December 10th in Khon Kaen, Thailand.

The Italian, aged 21, won the WBC Muay Thai International championship early on in 2013, but was still considered an underdog against his aggressive and tenacious opponent, Sapanpetch Sit Ititsukato.

Both fighters put on a great fight for the fans in attendance, in a fast technical affair that could have gone either way.

Mathias landed a pivotal trip in the first round, although it was pretty much evenly contested up until that point. Ititsukato turned it up a notch in the second frame though, landing multiple head kicks. But fatigue soon caught up with the Thai fighter, allowing Mathias to get the better of the clinch exchanges in the final stanza.

In the end, in what was an entertaining bout altogether, the judges saw it for Mathias Sitsongpeenong.

Check out the full fight video below:


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One Comment on “Video – Sapanpetch Sit Ititsukato vs. Mathias Sitsongpeenong from MAX Muay Thai: The Final Chapter”

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