event results Part 2 di Muay-Thai
Villebon's event results Part 2
By vdao , 28/10/2005
Here the second part of the results of the event
of the October 22nd in Villebon. The fights presented
are: Benhadj-Brou, Benfkih-Petrosyan, Totoff-Pinca
and Kaponglek-Khider. These engagements are for
the main part oppositions of style for the last
quoted or opposition of generation.
The fifth fight of the evening opposes in less
than 71 kg Mohammed BROU (RMB Boxing de Saint
Ouen, right) to Yassine BENHADJ (Fimeu Gym). As
the bell rings, Yassine seized the Tei Lam Toa
(middle) of Brou and makes im fall with a Tei
Khaa (low kick). In the first clinch, Yassine
strikes twice with knees then projects Mohammed.
Both NAK Muay are carefull for the moment, trying
to mark points with Tei Lam Toa (middle).
In the second round, standing well on his supports
Yassine seems more aggressive with his fists.
He seized Tei Lam Toa of Mohammed then makes him
fall with a straight right. At exit of clinch,
Benhadj sends several hooks which are blocked.
Brou strikes in Tei Lam Toa then connects with
Tei Khaa which makes fall his opponent. The guy
from Fimeu Gym varies well the blows of fists
(hooks, direct and uppercuts) in order to find
In the following round, Yassine continues to go
forward and strike with his fists. In clinch,
he places his knees.
The fourth round sets out again on the same scheme,
Yassine seeking the opening and Brou trying to
mark points with his middle. The clinch is always
at the advantage of Benhadj. This last touches
on several occasions with his straight left and
his right hook. A sequence of hooks pushes the
referee to count Brou. The second acceleration
of Yassine with the fists brings the second account
and the stop of the fight. Yassine Benhadj thus
gains this fight by TKO in the fourth round.
In the cloakroom, the winner affirms: "It
was known that Mohammed Brou has undergoes several
KO before and that he hadn't boxed for approximately
2 years. Thus I wanted to shorten the combat and
I wouldn't have. I would have fight as usual without
seeking the KO. But I wanted to shorten the combat
with my fists, it arrived at the fourth round,
it's well." Yassine will be back on the ring
on November 19 in Padoue for an international
tournament where will also be present Kaponglek.
In less than 66 kg, Gevorg
PETROSYAN (Arménia, left) is
opposed to Tarik BENFKIH (Mée sur Seine,
France). This fight opposes Andre Zeitoun's sutdent
to a left-handed Nak Muay who starts to be aknowledged
in Europe level in particular in Italy where he
beat Olivier Tchétché this summer.
At the beginning of the fight, both NAK Muay are
observing, standing on their supports facing each
other. It is Tarik who strikes first with Tei
Lam Toa (middle) and his fists. He is very close
to seize the attempts of Tei Khaa (low kicks)
and Tei Lam Toa of Gevorg. When he can seize the
Tei Lam Toa, Tarik does not manage to make Gevorg
fall with his Tei Khaa and when hi seizes the
following, it's Petrosyan who strikes with his
straight. Then he touches with straight left.
The second round starts with sterile clinches.
Then the Armenian places powerful Tei Khaa which
makes fall his opponent. Gevorg is more incisive
touching much more with his fists and his Tei
Lam Toa. Tarik reacts with its fists and some
Tei Lam Toa. Touched by an elbow, Tarik bleeds
of the nose. As the third round starts, Petrosyan
places a left leg Tei Khan Kro which leads the
referee to stop the fight.
Gevorg Petrosyan wins referee's stop in the third
This last entrusts: "I thought that the fight
would be much more difficult, but after the first
round, I realized that that was going well to
occur. My oppoent awaited me on the low kicks
before I go up with the uppercut, therefore I
changed strategy to surprise him. I am satisfied
with my first fight in France and I quickly hope
to be back."
The following fight opposes in less than 63 kg
TOTOFF (Haute Tension, left) to Fabio PINCA (Saint
This fight begins calmly with exchanges of Tei
Khaa (low kicks). The majority of Tei Lam Toa
(middle) of Fabio are seized by Totoff who binds
with a Tei Khaa which makes Fabio fall. Pinca
carries a sequence left-right-Tei Lam Toa.
In the second round, Totoff continues to seize
Tei Lam Toa of Fabio and place a beautiful sequence
left-hook to the body-Tei Khaa. Then he brings
his adversary in the corner striking with his
fists. Despite everything Fabio keeps his characteristic
offensive style while advancing and striking with
his fists and in Tei Khaa. In the following round,
Totoff connects the hooks which are well blocked
by Fabio. In clinch, it's Pinca which is most
active with his knees. And he touches much more
with his Tei Khaa and his Tei Lam Toa.
In the fourth round, following a blocking of Pinca,
Totoff seems to have a a problem at the knee.
Pinca places Tei Khaa which makes fall his adversary.
It is the "war", both NAK Muay exchange
the blows and carrying good sequence fist-feet
and lauches the elbows.
In the last round, Fabio who seems fresher varies
well the strikes on all the body with the legs
whereas the answers of Totoff are mainly blocked.
This last touches with a left hook. Fabio varies
the sequence left-right-Tei Khaa or direct knee.
Then an elbow opens the forehead of Totoff who
continues to strike with his fists and sends Tei
Khan Kro (high kick). At the end of the fight,
Fabio Pinca is declared victorious at the majority
of the judges.
Inevitably delighted to have beaten such a name
of the discipline, Fabio declares: "that
given pleasure, I had prepared for that. I always
take time to start : in the first round I let
pass to see how that occurs then after I work
as I can. As he seized much my legs at the beginning
of the fight I started to make tricks before striking.
In the last round, I thought of having the advantage
but I continued my boxing. I think that he wanted
to put me KO in this round.”
The main fight of this event opposes KAPONGLEK
(Thailand) to Farid KHIDER (Bagnolet) in less
than 71 kg. This fight is an opposition of style
between Farid who is righty and practise several
boxes and Kaponglek, pure lefty NAK Muay.
The first round starts on a slow pace which goes
well to the Thai. Farid is more active with his
side-kick on the thighs and touches with a uppercut.
Kaponglek reacts timidly with Tei Lam Toa (middle).
The second round is disputed on a higher pace.
Kaponglek strikes with Tei Khaa (low kick) and
goes forward, seeking the opening with his elbows.
But Farid awaits him and touches thanks to his
fists (mainly into direct and hooks which it connects
well) and with Tips (face kick). In the Thai touches
with his knees whereas Khider seeks to immobilize
it. The guard of Kaponglek being rather low, the
hooks of Khider often hits.
In the following round, Kaponglek then launches
much more his left leg Tei Lam Toa as Khider sets
out again with side-kicks. But the French seems
tired compared to his opponent. In clinch, the
Thai is increasingly more effective with his knees.
The French makes an acceleration with his fists
which causes a nasal bleeding for Kaponglek. Wanting
to benefit from the situation Farid continues
to strike to the face with his fists. But this
wound seems to have boosted the Thai who after
having sought the clinch touches with a right
hook and goes forward while striking with his
In the fourth round, Kaponglek advances whereas
Farid turns. The Thai lauches the elbows (of which
two back elbows touch) and strikes with Tei Lam
Toa (middle) to which Farid answer by Tip (front
kick) and fists. More offensive and more sharp
Kaponglek touches with direct knee, with his fists
and his legs.
In the last round, we have an opposition of style
between Khider which fights in counter attack
with his fists whereas Kaponglek advances while
striking with his legs. Following two clinches,
the French is throwing on the ground. Then this
last tries a blow of back elbow followed of by
a straight fist whereas the Thai tries a flying
knee. The two men give everything in this end
of fine combat : Tip followed by fists for Khider
and powerful low kicks for Kaponglek.
At the end of the fight, the two men show a beautiful
fair play greeting together the public. Kaponglek
is declared victorious by the majority of the
judges. After the fight Khider declares "as
said Coubertin, most significant is to take part.
I will fight other opponents for other victories.
On his side, the smiling Thai underlines: "the
fight was difficult because he moved a lot. But
I was warned of that. Thus I let him do at the
beginning to analyze and adapted me. From the
third round, Farid started to be tire so I benefitted
from it to accelerate."
So that’s how end the event of Villebon. We will
see soon these NAK Muay on a ring and Ali Ouagueni
gives you appointment for his next official reception
in January 2006.