The official weigh-in for Full Metal Dojo 4: “Once Upon A Time In Bangkok” was held on 20 February, 2015 at The Clubhouse in Bangkok, Thailand.
Full Metal Dojo 4 will take place on 21 February at Livehouse Studios, Jatujak Green in Bangkok, Thailand tomorrow, 21st February.
The weigh in results are as follows:
#1 – Featherweight 145lbs /65.7kg
Thai Rithy – Cambodia – AFighter ( 65.9kg)
Fabian Petersson – Sweden – Legacy Gym ( 65.2kg)
#2 – Featherweight 145lbs/ 65.7kg
Andres da Forno – Chile- Lion Muay Thai (65.5kg)
Jason Archilla – Puerto Rico- Tiger Muay Thai/ Virgin Active (69kg)
Jason Archilla has missed weight however we understand that the FMD officials have come to an agreement together with Jason’s opponent Andres to allow the fight to continue.
Featherweight 145lbs /65.7kg
Ratcharat Yimprai (Thai) RTAF
Teera Ratprasertporn (Thai)
This fight is cancelled as Ratcharat has sustained an injury at the last minute.
#3 – Lightweight 155lbs/70kg
Michael Dubois – France – Tiger Muay Thai (70.5kg)
Dmitrijs Homjakovs – Sweden – Legacy Gym (70.2kg)
This is Michael Dubois’ lightweight debut for Full Metal Dojo, having previously fought at a higher weight class.
#4 – Lightweight 155lbs/70kg
Viktor Larson – Sweden – 301 MMA ( 70.4kg)
Mamoru Kashiwakura – Japan – EMAC (70.8kg)
This bout is possibly a match that could be considered most unbalanced because Mamoru is much older, has more experience and holds a brown belt in jiujitsu. Viktor, on the other hand, is very young and is stronger as a striker.
#5 – Bantamweight 135lbs/ 61.2kg
Detchadin “Phetsingkorn” Srosirisuphathin – Thailand – Muay Chaiya (62.2kg)
Chan Heng – Cambodia – A-fighter ( 61.2kg)
#6 – Heavyweight 265lbs/120.3kg
Yoann “Bonafide” Gouaida – France- 301 Muay Thai (100kg)
Masoud Ranjbar – Iran AKA Thailand (114kg)
#7 – Welterweight 170lbs/77kg
Jomhod Kiatadisak – Thailand- Tiger Muay Thai ( 77.4kg)
Vorn Viva – Cambodia- Afighter (76.8kg)
Jomhod drew a standing ovation from the audience who have been following his fight career as a Lumpinee and Rajdamnern Muay Thai champion. As a Muay Thai legend in his own right, even his Cambodian opponent Vorn Viva was guarded as he expressed through his coach that he was very new to MMA and was looking to see where this sport took him.
Jomhod, on the other hand, was a picture of confidence, and calmly said that he was well prepared for his fight tomorrow, and that because of his extensive Muay Thai fight experience, he does not feel the pressure at all.
Where: Live House Studio, Jatujak Green, Kamphaeng Phet 3, Bangkok. 5 minutes from Mo Chit BTS and Chatuchak Park MRT stations.
FMD4 will be headlined by one of the most exciting double debuts in MMA history. Two legends from the worlds of Muay Thai and Kun Khmer will face off, as former Lumphini and Ratchadamnoen Muay Thai champion Jomhod Kiatadisak takes on Cambodian world kickboxing champion Vorn Viva in their MMA debuts. Anything could happen.
FMD4 will also feature a host of MMA prize-fighters looking to make their name in the sport, along with live rock music, DJs, ring girls, hostesses, drink promos, fast food, retail booths, a lifting competition and other entertainment. FMD is the only MMA Promotion that lets fans get right up against the cage and enjoy FMD’s unique MMA party atmosphere. The show will have affordable food and beverage prices, and is hosted in both Thai and English language.