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Just because Buakaw was a K-1 Max 2 times champion doesn’t mean that the Japanese producers behind K-1 likes him a lot and they have changed the rules several times to take away the “main weapons” from the Muay Thai fighers – so it was a surprise that Buakaw didn’t participate in K-1 Max 2010, but not really a big surprise. Not said that I’m not VERY disappointed by K-1 Max!

And by Buakaw Por. Pramuk winning the famous Shoot Boxing World Tournament 2010 he certainly showed the world and the K-1 producers who’s the real champion and who’s missing in K-1 Max!

GRATZ from Denmark!

Check the 2 links below for some of Buakaws  Shoot Boxing World Tournament 2010.

Buakaw Por. Pramuk vs. Toby Imada, Final

Buakaw Por. Pramuk vs. Henri van Opstal, Semi final
Trying to find it

Buakaw Por. Pramuk vs. Hiroki Shishido, Quarter

Isn’t it just amazing how Buakaw is controlling the fights?
I love the style!

I wouldn’t call it an easy fight for Buakaw, but he was certainly superior to poor Dutch fighter Nieky “The Natural” Holtzken who got his stomack smashed throughout the fight – I’m very happy to see Buakaw return to the old Thai boxing style of knee’s, tiep and low kicks. Nieky “The Natural” Holtzken really got TIEPED!
So now its the K-1 World Max 2009 Final in October – first semi final and then final on one night! Gonna be a blast!

Ups..  did I forget his mid kick and sweeps…  really not so much boxing but kicking!

Buakaw Por. Pramuk was again down in the K-1 MAX Final 16, but he managed to get up this time and even win the fight. For a fan like me Buakaw is making the fights a bit too exciting!
In a fight that Buakaw shouldn’t have that big problems with – Buakaw a 2 times K-1 Max champion against a K-1 rather unknown MMA fighter like Brazilian Andre “Dida” Amade, it was a big shock to see Buakaw down in the first round and somewhat fighting to get through it….  But to see Buakaw destroying Dida over the next 3 rounds was a joy – incedible with all the kicks to the legs and midsection of Dida…  and I hope that Buakaw in the K-1 Max Final 8 will take better care and kick even more!

A big thanx to all the nice people uploading the fights to YouTube so fast – its not streaming from the TV, but its close..

On April 21st its again time for the K-1 MAX tournament – the less heavy, but action packed, version of the K-1 tournaments. K-1 MAX Final 16 will decide who will go on the the final 8 competing for the K-1 MAC crown in 2009 and of course my favorit Buakaw Por. Pramuk is included and he still got the KO loss to Sato to revenge.
Buakaw will meet Brazilian Andre “Dida” Amade and I dont think it will be an easy task, but for sure Buakaws incredible kick to legs and body will make Dida softer and softer – for sure a victory for Biuakaw – and I’m just looking forward to catch the fight on YouTube right after!
(Thanx to YouTube…)