Female Fight League ended with a blast!

by Gerald Bassig

The first Female Fight League ended up with a loud cheering and victory as French Souris Manfredi Lookyamo won with a very convincing Technical Knock out in Round 1 against Petchsaifha Sor Samai of Thailand on the evening’s main event held last January 20, 2019 at Bone Club in Pattaya, Thailand.

On the main event, Lookyamo quickly started the fight with actions to engage Petchsaifha. The french fighter throws numerous boxing attack and twiching to kick that send her to the floor. Due to the damage and injury caused by the attack, the Referee halted the bout declaring Souris Manfredi Lookyamo as winner via TKO in round 1.

The co-main feature also delivers an action-packed match between Little Tiger Team Thai-Yo and Aydaa Luksaikongdin. Both fighters are aspirants winner as they fight with all their might, fighting fire with fire truly entertained the fans. At the end, Little Tiger Team Thai-Yo out-shined her opponent.

Supplementing the event, another set of vigorous and spirited fighters Naoprajan Luksaikongdin and KC “Pinay Fight” of Phuket Top Team put on a show. Both of them performed well, though the delivery of Luksaikongdin seemed heavier and more damaging earning her the Unanimous decision win.

In another bout, Huongthong Liengprasert of Thailand bested Katya of Phuket Top Team in a unanimous decision win. It is a good moments of action with Liengprasert dominating in the scorecards.

In the evening’s opening bout, local fighter Souris Lookyamo ravaged Petchsaifha Sor. Samai in a round 1 TKO.

Female Fight League Promoter Ms. Jade Marrisa Sirisompan and event manager Ms Maya Tajai

The First Female Fight League held in Pattaya, Thailand, was brought to us by the Promoter, founder and CEO Ms. Jade Marrisa Sirisompan.

With the Success of the Female Fight League (FFL), Ms. Jade Marrisa Sirisompan plan to give a free workshop for women. The said free workshop commemorates the International Women’s Day which at the same time the first day of the International and Thai Martial Arts Games and Festival.

WINNER OF THE NIGHT

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