Buakaw has been mentioned or cited more than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Bloody Elbow - All Posts' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Buakaw was highly popular in September, 2016.
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[...] . In spite of the limited rule set in these organizations, there are Muay Thai fighters (like Buakaw) that have gone in and dominated the Kickboxing competition under Kickboxing rules. While Buakaw [...]
[...] it is not a chaos. When did you first develop your passion for Muay Thai? I remember watching Buakaw highlights back in 2006 and knowing that I would be training in Thailand one day. How did you end [...]
[...] and then something completely different can happen. I learned that in my second fight with Buakaw. I trained three months for it and then everything I trained for didn't happen. So then I said I [...]
[...] competition because he can easily beat them and the money is better. (A similar career path that Buakaw has taken as well, but Saenchai is at another level). Now I will be the first to admit that [...]
[...] himself as a name fighter on the international scene. Following in the footsteps of countryman Buakaw, Sittichai chose to focus more on Western kickboxing instead of traditional Muay Thai, competing [...]
[...] Kyshenko 0 July 2010 Hinata Watanabe 0 Sept 2010 Andy Souwer 1 Nov 2010 Toby Imada 0 Nov 2010 Buakaw Por. Pramuk 27 Oct 2014 Enriko Kehl 2 Unifies with K-1 World Max 2014, Enfusion 70 kg Apirl 2015 [...]
[...] . On the other side of the table are aggressive fighters (Muay Mat). These are fighters like Buakaw and Pornsanae, who like to come forward and pressure opponents. They do not sit back and try to [...]
[...] seem bothered about the losses, ascribing them to a learning curve. His recent training camp with Buakaw in Thailand seems to have done him good and has been beneficial in helping him adjust from Muay [...]
[...] have been. Prior to the tournament in Dubai he went out to Thailand and trained extensively with Buakaw Banchamek (formerly Por Pramuk), Buakaw being another fighter who crossed from Muay Thai to [...]