Last weekend in Hong Kong both belarusians won!

It was I-1 World Muaythai Grand SLAM 2008 that was held in Hong Kong on 27 October.

Guys from Belarus, Andrei Kulebin (many times World Champion and 3-time I-1 winner) and Dmitry Valent (WKN World and Grand Prix Geneva Champion) performed Belarus Muay Thai School.

Kulebin is simply the best, he is undefeatable in professional ring. Valent is pretty young, but he is very capable andtalanted. Just remind him in a fight vs Faird M’laika in Switzerland.

I-1 is full muaythai… with thai elbows, knee in a head… Review quick photo report below. We just got a contact from Evgeny Kotelnikov, coach of Belarusian Champions. Full fight report, play-by-play is coming soon!

Here are the results:

Gene Leung vs Tim Ngai (63 kg, 3 x 2)
Winner: Leung by unanimous decision

Wai-Ho Lee vs Hok-Sze Lau (72.2 kg, 3 x 2)
Winner: Lee by unanimous decision

Mieke Papy (Belgium) vs Pui-Ho Chan (Hong Kong) (55 kg, 3 x 2, female)
Winner: Chan by split decision

I-1 International GP Semi-final 1
Kurt Finlayson (Australia) vs Leonardo Monteiro (Brazil)
Winner: Finlayson by unanimous decision

I-1 International GP Semi-final 2
Dave Hale (Canada) vs Santichai (Thailand)
Winner: Santichai by unanimous decision

I-1 World GS Semi-final 1
Shane Campbell (Canada) vs Dmitry Valent (Belarus)
Winner: Valent by unanimous decision

I-1 World GS Semi-final 2
Singnoi Sitpholek (Thailand) vs Sean Wright (Scotland)
Winner: Singnoi by split decision

I-1 International GP Final
Kurt Finlayson (Australia) vs Santichai (Thailand)
Winner: Finlayson by unanimous decision

I-1 Asian Champion Title Bout
Kenneth Kam-Yam Lee (Hong Kong) vs Irshaad Sayed (South Africa)
Winner: Sayed by unanimous decision

I-1 World GS Final
Dmitry Valent (Belarus) vs Singnoi Sitpholek (Thailand)
Winner: Valent by 2nd round KO

Masters of Champions Super Fight
Stuart Sze-Kit Chin vs Andy Ping-Ki Wong (66 kg, 3 x 2)
Chin by unanimous decision

MAD King of Kings Super Fight
Yodchatpol Scorpion Gym (Thailand) vs Andrei Kulebin (Belarus)
Winner: Kulebin by unanimous decision