Wondering how to watch Phoenix 2 ? Only 8 days to go until the second installment of Phoenix two, that takes place on Saturday, April 29 at Nouhad Nawfal Stadium in Zouk, Lebanon. The first installment of the Yerevanian-led promotion consisted of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and Muay Thai fights was a sensational hit among national and international fans. Though changes in the Lebanese have altered the acceptance of MMA experiences in Lebanon and prolonged the date of this upcoming event, Phoenix championship revives the faith in striking events. It will provide nothing less than an exceptional Muay Thai fights that will surpass the high standard of experience set by the first.
The official social media pages of Phoenix Championship stated what is in store for the night are “20 fighters from more than 10 different nationalities including 15 world champions will be part of this extraordinary event who will be fighting for 3 Phoenix World Championship titles, 2 WMC World Championship titles and 2 WMC Inter-Continental titles.”
With so much hype and excitement surrounding the anticipation of Phoenix 2 the broadcast partners have now officially been confirmed. Broadcasting across 200 countries around the world, Phoenix will be able to be viewed on LBCI, LDC, LB2, SFR5, MBC+, FiteT.V, OSN, and Dubai Sports 1 &3 at 5pm ( Lebanon Time ).
Posters on social media published by Phoenix say that three of the big channels are set to broadcast the entire spectacle live at the following times:
– SFR – the French telecommunication company – on SFR Sport 5 – The All Fights Sports Channel at 16:00 (GMT+2) Paris.
– Phoenix’s Regional Media Partner Dubai Sports 1 & 3 at 18:00 Dubai (GMT+4)
– Phoenix’s Media Partner LBCI, LBC2, LDC at17:00 Beirut (GMT+3)
Doors of Nouhad Nawfal Stadium open at 3:30pm for all fans. The first fight is set to start at 5pm, is expected give international and national fans 5 hours incredible matches.
Focus on the sport of Muay Thai, a highly respected practice of East Asia, brings superb skills of agility, speed, high impact and damaging hits that only those of tough mental, emotional and physical elite powers can display and endure. Compared to MMA where both grappling and striking are combined, Muay Thai gives ultimate focus to striking alone, and enjoys highly concentrated stimulation to all audience members.
Lucky are the fans out there that thought the lack in MMA would dampen the worthy of their time, as this event has some of our most favorite local MMA stars displaying their skills in this impact intense striking event.
Full up-to-date confirmed Muay Thai fight card:
Main event: Saenchai (THA) vs Azize Hlali (FRA) 63.5kgs
Co-Main event: Mohamad Ghorabi (LEB) vs David Willmott (ENG) 76kg
Antonina Shevchenko (PER) vs Isa Tidblad Keskikangas (SWE) 63.5kg
Musipon Pakorn (THA) vs Morgan Adrar (FRA) 67 kg
Armen GriGoryan (AM) vs Xie Wei (CN) 70kg
Ahmed Labban (LEB) vs Ahmed Ibrahim (EGY) 76kg
Ziad Sinno (LEB) vs Mohanad Hussein (JOR) 79kg
Kassem Daher (LEB) vs Mohammad Salama (JOR) 82 kg
Wendell Roche (NLD) vs Steven Banks (USA) 95+ kg
Jihad Mekdad (LEB) vs Moise Rimbon (FRA) 95+ kg