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Prajanchai practices his kicks in preparation for his rematch with Sam-A Gaiyanghadao.

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Prajanchai PK Saenchai, a former ONE strawweight Muay Thai world champion, is keen to demonstrate that his historic victory over the legendary Sam-A Gaiyanghadao in 2021 was no accident.

At ONE Friday Fights 22, on June 23, he will leave Lumpinee Stadium as the division’s interim world champion if he is successful in repeating that accomplishment.

Prajanchai has been working his butt off inside the walls of the PK Saenchai Muay Thai Gym in preparation for one of the most eagerly anticipated rematches in all of Muay Thai. The 28-year-old was shown honing his already lethal kick arsenal in a video uploaded by ONE Championship Thailand to Instagram.

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With flawless technique, Pranjanchai demonstrated Muay Thai 101 by throwing teeps, jumping switch kicks, and body kicks in a smooth yet completely lethal manner.

Due to his history in professional boxing, Prajanchai is praised for his lightning-quick hands and brilliant combinations, which result in ridiculous output.

The former world champion of Lumpinee Stadium and Rajadamnern also possesses an underappreciated kicking game, which he expertly sets up with his boxing. If he consumes too many of those body kicks, even a legendary character like Sam-A would have a hard night ahead of him.

In ONE: Battleground, Prajanchai defeated his legendary compatriot by surgically defeating him in five rounds to remove Sam-A from his position of authority. The current champion of the category, Joseph Lasiri, won the gold strap from him, ending his brief reign.

In January of last year, Prajanchai triumphantly made his comeback at ONE Friday Fights 1 against Kompetch Sitsarawatsuer.

Prajanchai will undoubtedly be in a great position to revenge that setback to “The Hurricane” with a convincing victory over Sam-A this Friday.

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