Wergi at Main Event in Wrocław
Already today we can announce another Muay Thai fight for the WMC Intercontinental World Champion belt, which will take place at the Martial Arts Contest 1 “Poland vs Thailand” gala in the “Orbita” hall in Wroclaw, on October 24, 2015. He will be fought by a native of Wroclaw and one of the best Polish players of Thai boxing and Kickboxing, Paweł “Wergi” Jędrzejczyk. His rival will be the legendary Thai champion Thanenlek Chompon.
The duel will take place in light heavyweight, up to 79.4 kilograms and will be the fight of the evening. Training in the Wroclaw , 34-year-old Paweł Jędrzejczyk is a multiple world champion in Kickboxing, and participant in Muay Thai fight in Thailand. Wroclaw is the first Pole who fought and won fights in the most famous arenas in the homeland of Muay Thai, i.e. Rajadamnern Stadium and Lumpinee Stadium in Bangkok.
Only this year he twice fought at the world event Max Muay Thai winning and tied one fight against Thai rivals. Now, another strong test awaits the Pole, because Thanenlek Chompon has over 200 fights fired, of which he won 180, and only 40 times he lost. He also tied the fights six times, which is an outstanding result on the difficult Thai market. Taj was the master of the famous Rajadamnern Stadium and master of Thailand. Rafał Szlachta says: “I believe that Jędrzejczyk will cope with the task and be supported by the Wroclaw public will put strong resistance to Thai. We wanted very much to fight a competitor from Wroclaw in this match, and Paweł is absolutely the best player from Lower Silesia and one of the best in Poland.
In addition, he fought in Thailand and knows warriors from this country. What’s more, he is one of the few who could win with them. I count on this attitude and me, and count the fans of Martial Arts who will appear in the hall. ” info at www.martialartscontest.pl Live gala broadcast in Polsat Sport!