Monday, July 26, 2010

Two victories by KO over holiday weekend

Legacy's home-grown young talent, Kim Siam, added another victory to his impressive and extensive fight record on Friday 23 July. In the very first round, Kim delivered a powerful and accurate knee to the body of his opponent, leaving him unable to continue.

On Sunday, Hampus, from Sweden, also ended his fight early through a succession of well-targeted knees. He controlled the fight from the first bell, and caught Suan Phet with a powerful high knee that knocked him down. The referee gave the Thai fighter a standing 8 count, but he never seemed to fully recover from the blow. Hampus aggressively chased Suan Phet around the ring, looking to finish the fight whilst not giving him the chance to answer his attacks. Suan Phet got knocked down again a couple of times, but was saved by the bell at the end of the round. Hampus began the second round like he ended the first, totally dominating his opponent and flooring him another couple of times before the referee finally stepped in to put an end to the fight.

Hampus has another fight scheduled to take place in two weeks in China. He is already back training and can't wait to get back in the ring.

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