Dynamite outclassing in a ‘style vs style battle

Another great night in the office over the weekend at the Victorian Amateur Martial Arts Association V.A.M.A.A Muay Thai event held in Parkville Friday the 15th of June.




Wayne Sor. Nak Dee pulled off another great win with some slick, calculated and stylish kick fighting against a combo fighter. The Dynamite Muay Thai fighter was initially on as fight number 8 on the night but due to two pullouts at the weigh-ins there was a shuffling off opponents.




For the sake of having a fight after having Wayne’s opponent pulling out meant that the Dynamite Muay Thai fighter had to take on the K1 Kickboxing fight. “Rules change, opponents change, but the game plan, the game plan doesn’t” Kru Dennis on his thoughts of the late change. “Even without all the usual arsenal of weapons, it changes nothing for Wayne, he is well prepared, he is ready!” Kru Dennis as he tells his fighter and his seconds preparing Wayne on the night of the fight. Truth be told, Wayne was more than ready, playing with some newly revised technical fight game play over a heavy hitting combo striker.





Wayne Sor. Nak Dee came off with the goods! Unanimous points victory for Team Sor. Nak Dee







Dynamite Muay Thai fighter Freddy Sor. Nak Dee (Pictured in the Army green coloured Dynamite uniform) unfortunately was unable to get a match up though he will be back in the ring for the next V.A.M.A.A fights once again scheduled in late July.




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