Gingsanglek, Seksan Score Exciting Knockouts To Highlight ONE Friday Fights 14

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Just when Muay Thai fans think they’ve seen it all, another ONE Friday Fights ignites Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok.

This time, ONE Friday Fights 14 sent fans into a frenzy on April 28 with the stunning return of legendary striker Seksan Or Kwanmuang and a main event that finished with fireworks.

Before ONE Championship travels west for its historic U.S. debut – ONE Fight Night 10: Johnson vs. Moraes III on May 5 – relive all the action from Thailand’s most revered combat sports stadium.

Gingsanglek’s Quickfire Head Kick KOs Chorfah

Gingsanglek Tor Laksong capped off another brilliant night of action inside the Thai capital city with a picture-perfect head kick that separated Chorfah Tor Sangtiennoi from his senses at the 13-second mark of round two.

The Tor Laksong Gym representative used his match-winning weapon to set the pace from the get-go. He connected with thudding left kicks from leg to head, delivering a strong message to his Thai compatriot.

However, Chorfah did not get the notice. And just seconds into the second frame, he was put to sleep by a pair of lightning-quick head kicks that brought an end to the night’s headliner.

The highlight-reel win upped Gingsanglek’s slate to 41-9-2 and capped off the card in style.

Khunsueklek Scores Second Straight Win Over Koko

The last time Khunsueklek Boomdeksean and Koko Sor Sommai squared off, the former eked out a split-decision win. This time, he earned a clear-cut unanimous decision in their atomweight Muay Thai rematch.

The two scrappy strikers fired hard and fast straight punches out the gate. And for nearly nine minutes, the fight carried on with both of them swinging wildly.

In the later stages, though, Khunsueklek began to pull ahead, landing clean shots that shook up his rival.

That late outpouring earned him the nod from all three ringside judges and nudged his overall record to 73-20-5.

Kongchai Triumphs Over Gonzales In Slugfest 

Three rounds of madness. That’s the perfect way to sum up the intense strawweight Muay Thai war between Thai superstar Kongchai Chanaidonmueang and Spanish debutant Xavier Gonzalez.

Kongchai shifted into attacking mode from the opening bell, finding a home for his piercing left kicks.

And although Gonzales struggled to find his swagger in the first frame, he wobbled his foe on multiple occasions via his left hooks in the later rounds.

At that point, Kongchai knew he had to dig deep into his arsenal to turn the tide around.

And the 20-year-old did just that in the final three minutes, connecting with his trademark left kicks, a straight right, and a front kick that almost pushed Gonzalez onto his last legs.

After a nine-minute war, Kongchai earned his third win in the ONE ring by majority decision, improving his resume to 70-10-3.

Saenphon Outscores Yodkompatak In Gritty Three-Rounder

Saenphon Sor Sommai pocketed a unanimous decision win over Yodkompatak Sinbimuaythai in their 147-pound catchweight Muay Thai affair. However, the Sor Sommai athlete’s victory didn’t come easily.

The gritty yet lanky veterans exchanged hard shots in the first two rounds, but it was Saenphon who scored an early eight-count. Then, at the start of round three, an all-out elbow exchange kicked off and didn’t end until the final bell.

By the fight’s conclusion, Saenphon had done enough to sway all three judges, so he got the nod and bumped his professional striking record to 56-10-5.

Numsurin Earns Decision Against Yodsila In Rematch

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Numsurin Chor Ketwina didn’t have the brightest of starts against old foe Yodsila Chor Haapayak, but the Tdet99 representative used strong second and third rounds to power his way to victory.

The 27-year-old found himself on the receiving end of Yodsila’s thunderous left kicks and straight lefts in the first frame of their 117-pound catchweight Muay Thai battle.

However, Numsurin switched tactics and piled on the pressure in the second stanza with cracking left hooks and right body shots.

He stuck to the same tactics in the third, adding knees and uppercuts to his range of weapons. With the unanimous decision win, he evened the score with Yodsila at 1-1, moved to 2-0 in ONE, and improved his overall record to 101-19-2.

Chatpichit Bests Sagaengarm In Thrilling Trilogy Bout

By the time old rivals Chatpichit SorSorToipadriew and Sagaengarm Jitmuangnon finished their 113-pound catchweight Muay Thai foray, it was surprising that neither man had been knocked down.

Over the course of nine minutes, both Thai strikers battered the other with punches and elbows until the only thing left holding them up was the ropes and their own sheer will.

When the final bell of their trilogy match rang, however, Chatpichit walked away the victor, improving his record to 56-10-5 and coming out 2-1 against his compatriot.

Seksan Elbows His Way To Stoppage Of Clancy

In 142-pound catchweight Muay Thai action, iconic Thai striker Seksan took home a TKO victory over Irish scrapper Sean “Clubber” Clancy.

“The Man Who Yields To No One” landed a vicious spinning elbow early in the first round, opening a massive gash on his opponent’s forehead. 

The two combatants exchanged brutal strikes at close range for the next few minutes, bringing the raucous Bangkok crowd to its feet.

But with Clancy’s face covered in a crimson mask and his cuts still leaking, the referee stopped the bout at 2:22 of the second round to give Seksan the TKO win. With yet another thrilling victory, the 34-year-old improved his overall record to 196-74-8.

Early Knockdown Propels Aminipour Past Ferrari

Fariya Aminipour earned the biggest win of his career to date in a chaotic 149-pound catchweight Muay Thai clash with Ferrari Fairtex.

The burgeoning Iranian charged at Ferrari with concussive punches from the opening bell, while the slick Thai star tried to find gaps to counter.

Aminipour knocked his foe down with a huge left hook in round one, and despite Ferrari’s best efforts to battle back, he couldn’t claw himself out of the deficit.

The unanimous decision win went to Aminipour, who extended his perfect pro slate to 13-0.

Chalarm Takes Majority Decision In War With Sadeghi

It wasn’t easy, but multiple-time Lumpinee Stadium Muay Thai World Champion Chalarm Paranchai earned a close and competitive decision over Iranian sensation Mohammad Sadeghi in their 136-pound catchweight Muay Thai contest.

The Thai athlete weathered an early storm and then bounced back in the second half of the bout, finding a home for his thunderous right hand a number of times while defending well against his foe’s aggressive kicking attacks.

After nine minutes of furious action, the judges awarded Chalarm the majority decision, which bumped his career record to 50-17-1.

Brierley’s Blitzes Help Her Overcome Vera By Decision

English striker Lisa Brierley took the nod over Francisca Vera in an all-out war that didn’t let up for the full three rounds.

Brierley constantly battered her Chilean foe with punches in bunches throughout the 112-pound catchweight Muay Thai affair, but Vera never backed down from the firefight.

In fact, “Miss Scarface” ate everything that came her way and continued marching forward with heavy hands and elbows – but it wasn’t enough.

All three judges scored the bout in Brierley’s favor, pushing her record to 2-0 in ONE and 25-10-1 overall.

Bangguigui Overpowers Amaral Across Three Rounds

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Strawweight MMA standout Dave Bangguigui showed off his natural athleticism and well-rounded skill set to earn a hard-fought unanimous decision over Brazilian veteran Marcus Paulo Amaral.

The Filipino rising star scored takedowns in all three rounds and looked comfortable throwing heavy ground strikes from inside the BJJ black belt’s guard.

Ultimately, Bangguigui was awarded the victory after 15 minutes of action, improving to 9-1 overall and appearing poised to make waves in the talent-rich division.

Barnes Edges Out Doraemon In Hard-Fought Clinch Battle

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Jalill Barnes and Doraemon duked it out for three rounds in a flyweight Muay Thai curtain-raiser.

Both men were happy to throw big right hands to enter the clinch, where they tussled for dominance in a technical showcase of “the art of eight limbs.”

Barnes had the most control and scored with some crunching elbows and knees in close quarters. This earned the American a unanimous decision win and pushed his record to 44-6-1.

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