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Muay Thai news 201-08-09

Por Pramuk to sue Buakaw, Thai Fight organisers


The Por Pramuk boxing camp said yesterday that it would take legal action against Muay Thai star Buakaw Por Pramuk and Thai Fight organisers.
Lawyer Wiwat Saengsuriyachat, left, and Por Pramuk camp boss Theerapat Rojanatan at yesterday’s press conference.
However, it said it was willing to sit down and talk with the fighter to settle their conflict.

Buakaw's participation in Thai Fight illegal

Muay Thai star Buakaw Por Pramuk admitted yesterday that his participation in last week's Thai Fight was unlawful.
Buakaw Por Pramuk, right, in action against Rustem Zaripov in last week’s Thai Fight.
Following a rift between Buakaw and the Por Pramuk camp, the 29-year-old fighter took part in the Pattaya event without weighing in.

Buakaw given 48-hour deadline for talks

Por Pramuk camp boss Pramuk "Kamnan Kae" Rojanatan has set a 48-hour deadline for Muay Thai superstar Sombat "Buakaw Por Pramuk" Banchamek to settle their problems through talks, or face a lawsuit for taking part in a Thai Fight on Tuesday without the camp's permission.
Sombat "Buakaw Por Pramuk" Banchamek (Photo by Patipat Janthong)
Mr Pramuk wants Buakaw to talk face-to-face with him, like father and son, by tomorrow at the latest, without the involvement of any middle man, Wiwat Sangsuriyachat, Mr Pramuk’s legal adviser told a news conference on Thursday with Buakaw's long-time manager and Mr Pramuk’s son, Teerapat Rojanatan.