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Brayd Smith and Asis ready to take on Thai’s in hometown thrillers



The fighters for, ‘Smithy brings the big fights 2’ came face to face for the first time today at the pre fight press conference. The main event featuring Jack ‘The Assassin’ Asis and undefeated Thai boxer Maxsaisai Sithsaithong is shaping up to be a real cracker and is equally supported with some of the greatest match ups the Darling Downs has ever seen.

“I’m stoked, we have great match ups with every fight being a 50/50 split as to who is favourite, I don’t think you can count any fighter out at the best of times but the matches we have made, have really made it hard to determine a clear cut favourite in any of the fights. All the fighters are fit and ready to go, and I believe this is the greatest domestic undercard that has ever been assembled” said promoter Brendon Smith. Co main event ‘The Great White’ Brayd Smith v Phisenthaup Chaiyonggym is also shaping up to be a war. Phisenthaup is renowned for his relentless body shots, something that Smith is readily known for. “I’m so happy to be back in my home town, the support is incredible, there is nothing better than fighting in front of family and friends, and I’m certainly ready to go to war.” Smith said today after coming face to face with his Thai opponent.

These fights will be part of a 9 professional fight card on October 19 which includes:
Featherweight – Jack Asis vs Maxsaisai Sithsaithong
Featherweight – Brayd Smith vs Phissanuthep Chaiyonggym
Heavyweight – Josh Robertson vs Phil Armstrong
Junior welterweight – Jezze Carrasco vs Kyle Teer
Super featherweight – Will Young vs Matt Sedan
Welterweight – Chris George vs Luke Howlett
Cruiserweight – Josh Webb vs Brett Peters
Kaleb Barham v Loz Jocumsen (Corporate)
Brandon Spain v Shaun Parry (Corporate)

“Smithy Brings the big fights 2” will take place on October 19 at Rumours international in Toowoomba.
Tickets are $75 for ringside and $45 for general and are selling fast at Smithy’s Gym and the Hotel Norville in Toowoomba. Don’t forget the pre fight drinks and after fight party at the Hotel Norville.