Synonyms for lumpini_stadium or Related words with lumpini_stadium

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Examples of "lumpini_stadium"
Yodtong founded his own camp in 1959 at Mabtapud municipality, Rayong province. He stayed in Mabtapud for approximately 15 years, before moving it to Banglamung district of Chonburi, where it remained. In 1971, Daothong Sityodtong became the first champion produced by the gym, winning the Lumpini Stadium Championship. In 1972, Yodtong's fighters engaged in a memorable feud with Japanese kickboxers led by Osamu Noguchi.
Chakuriki Gym was founded in 1972 by Thom Harinck, who originally began teaching his own style named "Chakuriki", a mixture of techniques from boxing, Kyokushin karate, judo, jujutsu and wrestling. Chakuriki later became a kickboxing gym as Harinck added Muay Thai and Savate to his repertoire. In 1978, fighters from Chakuriki became the first Dutch to fight at Lumpini Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.
By now Fan Ko has become acquainted with a young Thai woman named Mei-dai, who shows him more sights around Bangkok, including the Grand Palace. And, through his investigation around Lumpini stadium, he's met Wenlie, but he's not seen Wenlie's left arm.
Buakaw Banchamek aka Buakhao (Thai meaning, "white lotus", (, born May 8, 1982) is a Thai welterweight Muay Thai kickboxer, who formerly fought out of Por. Pramuk Gym, in Bangkok, Thailand under the ring name Buakaw Por. Pramuk (). He is former two time Omnoi Stadium champion, Lumpini Stadium Toyota Marathon champion, Thailand Featherweight champion and two time K-1 World MAX champion.
Fan Ko, meanwhile, is nosing around at Lumpini stadium, and thinks that a fighter named Miller may be his brother after he sees a large plywood cutout of the boxer and notices the anchor-and-bird tattoo. He asks a bystander, an old fighter-turned-alcoholic, what the man's name is. "People call him 'dead man'," the old drunk says, because he's the next to face Cannon.
In 1997, he challenged and defeated Ankandet BaoBaoin for the 61.5 kg Rajadamnern belt. The bout was televised on Channel 5 in Thailand. Tappaya would hold the Rajadamnern belt for three consecutive years. Also in 1997, on August 10, he would win the WMC belt from Panmongkon Carryboy at 61.5 kg. He was ranked first at Lumpini Stadium, though he did not win the belt there. Tappaya became a high-profile fighter on Channel 7 during this time.
In 2009 he participated in a special rules fight where he teamed with Petboonchu FA Group to take on #1 fighter, Saenchai Sinbimuaythai and the duo was defeated. After losing to Saenchai, Sagetdao would go to England and fight their best fighter, Liam Harrison. Sagetdao frustrated the Englishman with hard kicks and survived big punches to earn a decision. After this victory Sagetdao would once again meet up with Saenchai, but this time he was doing it on his own. The fight took place at the annual year end Lumpini stadium birthday show. Most expected Saenchai to win comfortably, Sagetdao however had other plans, and he stunned the crowd by beating Saenchai over 5 rounds.