Team Quest Thailand Fighter Alex Branom is on the rise. Branom will be fighting tonight December 28th to close out our Team’s last fight of the year. This has been a positive year for Branom. With 5 professional Muay Thai fights in Thailand all ending in a finish. Branom has performed so well in fact that he caught the eye of Thai Fight promoters who contacted Team Quest Thailand about a bout with Legendary Thai Fighter Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee live on national television. Unfortunately Branom was healing a serious injury.
Branom has an 8-1 professional Muay Thai record and will be looking to improve his record tonight at Chiang Mai Muay Thai’s top stadium Kalare. Branom is already a Ratchadamnern stadium vet. He had the opportunity to fight at the legendary stadium with John Wayne Parr as his cornerman. With a good performance tonight Alex has been promised he will get the opportunity to go test his skills at the most prestigious Muay Thai stadium in the world, Lumpinee.
Team Quest Thailand Fighter on the Rise: Alex Branom
Alex has trained hard for this fight as it’s the biggest fight of his young career. A win will boost him to the highest platform of Muay Thai in the world. Branom has been making some noise on the Muay Thai scene here in Thailand but his long term goals are even bigger. He will be making his Pro MMA debut in March. With his Jiu Jitsu, Wrestling, and Muay Thai background it won’t be long before the ONE FC is forced to notice him.
Branom has already competed and won many prestigious jiu jitsu tournaments long before making the move to Thailand. Now his plan is to compete in a few more professional Muay Thai fights and then make the transition to put all his skills together for MMA representing Team Quest Thailand. 2013 will be the breakout year for Alex “Booyah” Branom. Team Quest Thailand is proud to have such an amazing athlete and leader part of our team.
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