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Posted: 2006-09-02 12:37:48
I've been reading up on the 1982 "World Thai Boxing Championship" with Thailand in first place, Japan in second, an American team (led by Ajarn Surisute) in third, and South Korea in fourth place. Anyone know how these fights went, and what representatives were sent for each country?
BTW, I've also been reading up on the first American to professionally fight in Muay Thai and Japanese Kickboxing, Ray Elder. He was ranked number five in the middleweight division in Thailand as well as being the All Japan Middleweight champion. What does he do nowadays? I know that Dale Kvelheim teaches in Bangkok nowadays (another American who fought in Thailand in the 1970's, he had some sick elbows).

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