MMA News Muay Thai Manachai Back on All Star Fight May 21st in Hong Kong 1 year ago FightBookMMA Muay Thai Superstar, Buakaw Banchamek’s All Star Fight promotion is back on 30th April after a 7-month hiatus. The third edition of the series will be held in Bangkok once again with a top-notch fight card as before. The promotion team is hot on the heels and has already announced All-Star Fight 4 which is set to take place on 21st May in Hong Kong. After stellar performances in the first 2 shows, YOKKAO’s own star fighter, Manachai is now confirmed for his third appearance. All Star Fight 4 will not be Manachai’s first appearance in the dynamic city of Hong Kong. Just last September, the young talent delivered a solid and convincing win over his opponent at YOKKAO 26 in front of the Hong Kong fans. Manachai has been riding on an undefeated streak since July 2017 with 10 back-to-back wins including 5 via knockouts. The YOKKAO phenom has racked up victories against elite Thai fighters and the best foreign fighters alike. Manachai’s journey to the top is filled with challenges, fighting every month with an intensive training schedule. The hardworking YOKKAO fighter has one more fight lined up before heading to Hong Kong. He will headline YOKKAO Next Generation Southampton on April 29th where he faces UK rising star, Mo Abdurahman. All Star Fight 4 will feature fighters from around the world including headlining act and the event’s leading man, Buakaw. Check back for the full fight card and updates in the days leading up to the event. Manachai @manachai1996 knocking out Latsaphao at All Star Fight 2 💥💪🏆#muaythai #Manachai #fighter #fight #ko #knockout #fighterlife A post shared by YOKKAO Boxing (@yokkao) on Oct 2, 2017 at 6:05am PDT Join our Monthly Membership so you can have a chance to win PRIZES by going here. **All proceeds will help us sponsor fighters** Help us keep the lights on https://sinisterlabs.co/ Advertisements Related Tags: BACK, Manachai, mma, Muay Thai Continue Reading Previous Lamont Roach, Jr. and Orlando “El Fenomeno” Cruz battled to a hard-fought split drawNext UFC Fight Night 128 early weigh-in results and live stream of the weigh-ins at 5 p.m ET Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.