Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Joe Schilling vs. Kaoklai set to fight for WBC Muay Thai world title at Club Nokia on October 21st

Joe Schilling and Kaoklai Kaennorsing are set to fight October 21st at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, CA. The stakes for the fights have been raised as it will now be for the interim WBC Muay Thai light heavyweight world title. WBC Muay Thai title was previously held by Kaoklai, however, Artem Levin defeated Kaoklai earlier this year to take the title from him.

Kaoklai defeated Cyrus Washington in his last fight, after he cut Washington and the fight was stopped. Schilling last defeated Brandon Banda at Lion Fight Promotions "Battle in the Desert 3" with a vicious knockout. Schilling has expressed interest in fighting Kaoklai before and will now get the opportunity to do so for a WBC Muay Thai world title. Schilling is the type of fighter fans love because he comes to try and finish his fights, however, Kaoklai didn't get the nickname "The Giant Killer" for beating up lousy opposition he received it for fighting guys much larger than him. It will be interesting to see what happens in this fight. 

The fight will be part of three world title being fought for the on the card. Kevin Ross will take on  Sakkedao for the interim WBC Muay Thai super lightweight world title. Romie Adanza will be fighting Luangsuanlek Sasiprapa for the MTAA world title. Now Schilling and the rest of Team USA look to not only make a difference but come out on top.

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