8 May 2006

Thai superstar Danthai Singhmanasak faces a fierce challenge from British and European Muaythai star Kieran Keddle when the two fighters meet for the WBC MUAYTHAI World Super Lightweight Title contest to be staged in London on 17 September.

The match-up sees the best from the west clash with one of Thailand's most outstanding fighters in a world championship event that is generating excitement in the streets of London.

United as One promoter Nash Keshwala said there was a lot of well founded confidence that Keddle will take out the world title even though Danthai has a brilliant fighting career.

On the same card another British Muaythai hero Dale White takes on Aelexei Biznev - a tough combatant from Belarus - for the WBC MUATHAI European International Super Fly weight championship.

Keddle and White have been exceptional fighters in Muaythai and both will be fighting to win for British pride. Keddle has fought and trained in Thailand and has been one of the most dominant fighters in Europe. Both Keddle and White are in peak condition.

Meanwhile the WBC MUAYTHAI World Light Heavyweight Title scheduled for Copenhagen in Denmark scheduled on 2 September will feature Denmark's Bassam Chahrour (Denmark) and Sweden's Markus �berg.

Promoter Brain Talarek said the event will set the benchmark for the heavier weight divisions in the WBC MUAYTHAI.

Both fighters credentials for the world tile are impressive with Chahrour (21) winning all 33 fights - 19 by K.O. and Oberg winning 14 of 16 contests - 5 by KO.

The WBC world championship action will swing into Germany on 11 November when promoter Klaus Waschkewitz stages the World Super Welterweight Championship.

Thailand 's sensational world champion Yodsaenklai Fairtex will defend his title belt against Germany's brilliant Muaythai fighter Mark Vogel in the city of Wuppertal.

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