Four top athletes will square off to compete for the Trophy of all trophies, donated by His Majesty the King of Thailand. Skill, fitness and toughness will come to the test as only one can step out of the ring as the winner and be escorted by the Royal Cadets to take the trophy and be declared the winner.
The fighters will not fight one time in the night, as it will be in a Super Four tournament format and they will have to fight twice.
THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE
Ilya Grad, a fighter with a current record standing at 52 wins with 36 wins, 16 losses and no draws will be representing Israel in the tournament. Winner of several Asian championships, including the WMC I-1 Championship in Hong Kong, winner of the WMC World Super-fight in Singapore, and one of the superstars of the Emmy-nominated show, Challenger Muaythai.
Carl N’Diaye, the black diamond originally from Ivory Coast, now residing in Sweden has made a name for himself around the world, especially in Asia, winning many events and is well known for his speed and power. Will he be the first African to bring the trophy home?
Robin the Elite, representing Brazil is the youngest fighter on the card, bringing the Brazilian grace and athleticism to the ring. Brazil, in fact was the first country which took the Kings Cup out of Thailand in 2008. Lots of expectations lie on this young up and comer, and in his interview, he stated that this will be one of his proudest days, competing for His Majesty’s Kings Cup Trophy.
Tengnung Sittasayrung, from Thailand, holds the host of the entire Kingdom. He is known as the fighter with magic hands. In the last Super 8 event, he stopped every opponent in his bouts. With millions of Thais watching around the stadium and on TV, he will be the warrior to beat.
Four warriors from four continents will clash. Who will be the 2014 Kings Cup Champion?