Card: Toyota Marathon featuring Sam-A, Superball, Aranchai, Mathias, Carlos & Melo Muay Farang
On 26th June 2015 in Bangkok (Asiatique) will take place the first edition of the year of the famous “Toyota Marathon“, organized by one of the number ones promotions in Thailand: Petchyindee.
The 4 tournaments will be held respectively on 26th June, 24th July, 28th August and 25th September and as always will feature top Thai fighters such as: Sam-A, Superball, Songkom, Somsak, Petchmorakot, Kwankhao etc, as well as Muay Farang Team fighter with its Captain Mathias Gallo Cassarino, the young talented Sicilian Melo MF and the new entry Carlos MF.
The young Sicilian who trains and lives at 7 Muay Thai Gym in Rayong: Melo Muay Farang, will be fighting in the first tournament of 26th June and will face the following Thai athletes:
- Sam-A Kaiyanghadaogym
- Songkom Sakhomsin
- Superball Teemuengleuy
- Palangtip Nor Sripung
In the second tournament of 24th July that will take place in Nakorn Sawan (North Thailand), will participate the strong and well expert Spanish fighter Carlos Coello Canales, now an integrated member of 7 Muay Thai Gym, who’s ready to compete against the following Thai champions:
- Sitrak Or.Bangloed
- Krasuek Petjinda
- Jampit Lukjumpachai
- Petsongkom Sitcharoensap
In the third tournament that will take place on 28th August in Hat Yai (southern province near Malaysia) will feature the following Thais:
- Petchmorakot Wor.Sangprapai
- Aranchai Kiatpatarapan
- Somsak Petbancha
- Kraengkrai Tor. Silachai
In the 4th and final tournament of the year that will be held on 25th September in Chonburi, will feature Muay Farang Team Captain Mathias Gallo Cassarino who’s training at 7 Muay Thai Gym from last April and will face the following Thais:
- Kwankhao Mor. Rattanabundit
- Petranomrung Kiatmoo9
- Kietpet Suan Aehan Puek Kai
- Petsanguan Sor Yupinda
Great opportunity offered by Muay Farang agency; whoever has signed a contract with Roberto Gallo Cassarino, has the privilege to fight in Thailand and Asia most important events and also can express and compete in the “real” Muay Thai.