Singdam Returns to China For Glory of Heroes 31
Following a stellar performance at YOKKAO 30 in March, Muay Thai legend Singdam will make his return to the ring on 26 May to delight the fans once again, according to Yokkao.com.
After over a decade competing on the elite stadium circuit of Thailand, Singdam has amassed a bevy of championship titles as well as the prestigious Fighter of the Year awards. He has now switched his focus on competing in international promotions, most notably in China where he has built a massive fanbase. With an impressive run at Kunlun Fight 66kg tournament last year, the multi-time champion is now set to make a debut for another popular Chinese promotion, Glory of Heroes (GOH) for its 31st show.
The Black Lion will take on current Glory of Heroes Junior Lightweight (67kg) champion, Tie Ying Hua in a kickboxing bout. Nicknamed the “Little Tiger” by the Chinese media, Tie defeated Thai champion Iquezang Kor Rungthanakeat via a stunning round-1 KO win earlier in January. The 25-year-old Chinese prospect has also bested notable Muay Thai fighters such as Fabio Pinca and Petchtanong Banchamek in the past. There is no doubt that the coming fight will escalate into a savage battle of the beasts.
In the co-main event, GOH Featherweight champion, Qiu Jianliang will take on another Thai legend, Kaew Weerasakreck. The show will feature a largely Chinese ensemble of fighters in a stacked card of 14 bouts.
Glory of Heroes 31 will take place next Saturday 26 May at Beijing People’s Police College.