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  1. Roojai.com launches Thailand’s video claim service to support social distancing Customer safety and security-enhanced by 100% online insurance experience Roojai.com, Thailand’s leading online car insurance platform, continues to innovate in the Thai insurance market by launching its video claim service that allows customers to record and report their incident without need to meet a surveyor. This latest enhancement to their service means customers can now complete every step of their car insurance experience, from buying insurance and inspecting their car to reporting their claim by themselves, without the need to meet an agent. It is a significant development that allows customers and staff to maintain social distancing rules, while also being able to protect their vehicle. Now, when customers need to make a claim, they can use the Roojai Mobile App to report an incident. Through the app, the customer will connect to a claim agent who will walk them through the process, advising what needs to be recorded to ensure the claim is made correctly. Mr Nicolas Faquet, Roojai.com’s Chief Executive Officer and Founder said: “The COVID-19 outbreak has changed the way people behave, as they try to reduce physical contact. We must respond to these changes while also providing an efficient and effective service our customers expect. “Our technology gives us a distinct advantage over traditional insurance providers as it enables us to introduce new services that meet changing customer needs quickly. Adding video claims to our existing services mean customers now have a 100% online insurance experience, with the reassurance of talking to a customer service agent when they need. We still prefer to send a surveyor for difficult cases, but for minor accidents, video reporting is our channel of choice for fast and safe service.” Renewing or buying insurance during the current COVID-19 situation has also proved difficult for customers, as some providers have experienced delays when issuing policy documents or making agents available. Roojai.com’s online service overcomes these issues as agents can be contacted via the app, and e-documents are automatically produced and can be downloaded instantly. Online purchase of a new insurance policy can be completed within a few minutes. The Roojai Mobile App is the only platform where customers can update personal information, check policy status, payment status. Other things customers can do through the app are video car inspection, request Roadside Assistance Service, report an accident, get Roojai Rewards and redeem online vouchers. “We are committed to protecting both customers and Roojai.com staff during this time, as we aim to prevent the virus from spreading without compromising service quality,” said Nicolas.
  2. Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC) Thailand presented by Singha is set to return with an electrifying third event on Saturday, September 3, 2022, live from the world-famous Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok. The event is set to begin at 6:00 PM ICT/11:00 AM GMT/7:00 AM EST, and will be available worldwide on the BKFC app. Tickets for the event available via Thai Ticket Major. BKFC Thailand CEO Nick Chapman says, "This card is crazy. We have some really interesting fighters on this card… stay tuned for some crazy storylines. If this card doesn’t get you pumped, nothing will." BKFC Thailand 3 will be headlined by one of Thailand’s greatest athletes of all time, Buakaw Banchamek, who will make his promotional debut against Turkish kickboxer Erkan Varol. Widely considered to be among the greatest Muay Thai fighters of all time, holding a 240-24-12 record in the sport, Buakaw made his highly-anticipated return to competition on July 6 after nearly three years away. He will face Varol, who brings an impressive 88-33 kickboxing record into his bare-knuckle boxing debut. Alongside the main event, there will also be two title fights on the card. In the co-main event, the inaugural BKFC Thailand featherweight champion will be crowned in a battle between Pongpisan “Ton” Chunyong and Surasak Sukkhamcha. Chunyong is one of three fighters to pick up wins in each of BKFC Thailand’s first two events, and the only one to win both by stoppage. He will also become the first fighter to compete in the promotion three times when he goes toe-to-toe with the 19 year old Sukkhamcha, who earned a unanimous decision victory in his debut at BKFC Thailand 1: The Game Changer. After stealing the show at BKFC Thailand 2: Iconic Impact, this event will host another fight between street fighters, this time crowning an official “King of the Streets”, complete with a trophy. The winner of that fight, Sornchai “Maseng” Kantiphong, was called out by his opponent, Jakkaphop "Phop Perfect" Rattanamangsang, who said that no one can claim to be the best street fighter without fighting him. That debate will be put to rest with this fight. Two women’s fights are set to take place on the card as well. Former two-division WBC champion Usanakorn Thawinsuwannawang kicked off the last card with a bang, scoring a destructive TKO victory. She will face Chesu Nuval of The Philippines, who makes her bare-knuckle boxing debut after a decorated amateur MMA career. Model and former American football star Tai Emery of Australia will bring a solid boxing base into her bare-knuckle boxing debut against fellow debutant Rung-Arun Khunchai, a 60-fight Muay Thai and Muay Boran competitor. Beyond the aforementioned fighters, four more fighters from previous the two previous BKFC Thailand events are set to return to the BKFC ring. Fan favorite heavyweight Steve “Panda” Banks scored a second-round knockout in his last fight, and will now face a champion in multiple combat sports in Ahmed “Koko Hammer” Abdelfattah in the Egyptian’s debut. Sadudee Srimueang also picked up a second-round stoppage at the last event, and is now matched up with Sri Lankan Wushu and Karate standout Malinda Amarasinghe. “Street Fight Mike” Mikhail Vetrila came up just short in the main event for the light heavyweight title last time, and will look to get back on track against kickboxing, Muay Thai, and MMA champion Luis Paulo “Rato” Terra. After losing a decision at BKFC Thailand 1, Pipat “Mike” Chaiporn returns to fight to get into the win column for the first time against 72-fight Muay Thai veteran Frankke Sirahat. Three more action-packed bouts round out the card, including Chaloemporn Sawatsuk, who recently became a professional fighter after gaining recognition for his commitment to his prison's fight team and starring in the movie A Prayer Before Dawn, and Kantapon “Black Falcon” Petsang, a former member of the Royal Thai Special Forces Army whom BKFC Thailand CEO Nick Chapman discovered at a super-secret underground fighting event while filming a documentary for a mainstream TV channel. They will face 15-fight MMA professional Dominic Ahnee and notorious street fighter Chanwut Kaewnamyen respectively. Sinthruram Petchaan, a veteran of 230 professional Muay Thai fights including two wins over ONE Championship Muay Thai champion Rodtang Jitmuangnon, is also set to make his bare-knuckle debut alongside his opponent Suban Malopho, who also has well over a hundred fights across Muay Thai and boxing. Overall, fighters from nine countries will be represented and all have extensive striking backgrounds, making for an exciting night of fights. The full fight card is listed below: Main Event – Lightweight Bout Buakaw Banchamek (Thailand) vs. Erkan Varol (Turkey) Co-Main Event – BKFC Thailand Featherweight Championship Pongpisan "Ton" Chunyong (Thailand) vs. Surasak Sukkhamcha (Thailand) Light Heavyweight Bout Chaloemporn Sawatsuk (Thailand) vs. Dominic Ahnee (USA) Heavyweight Bout Steve "Panda" Banks (USA) vs. Ahmed "Koko Hammer" Abdelfattah (Egypt) Lightweight Bout – King of the Streets Superfight Championship Sornchai “Maseng” Kantiphong (Thailand) vs. Jakkaphop "Phop Perfect" Rattanamangsang (Thailand) Light Heavyweight Bout “Street Fight Mike” Mikhail Vetrila (Russia) vs. Luis Paulo “Rato” Terra (Brazil) Featherweight Bout Pipat "Mike" Chaiporn (Thailand) vs. Frankke Sirahat (Thailand) Bantamweight Bout Usanakorn Thawinsuwannawang (Thailand) vs. Chesu Nuval (Philippines) Bantamweight Bout Sinthruram Petchaan (Thailand) vs. Suban Malopho (Thailand) Flyweight Bout Tai Emery (Australia) vs. Rung-Arun Khunchai (Thailand) Featherweight Bout Sadudee "Sam" Srimueang (Thailand) vs. Malinda Amarasinghe (Sri Lanka) Middleweight Bout Kantapon "Black Falcon" Petsang (Thailand) vs. Chanwut Kaewnamyen (Thailand) About BKFC Thailand BKFC Thailand events are managed by Mr. Nick Chapman and Mr. Vathanai Vathanakul. BKFC Thailand features a series of bare-knuckle fighting events to be held on a monthly basis in Thailand. Our events will encompass a traditional bare-knuckle boxing style while utilizing a specifically created rule set that emphasizes the half Thai clinch with punching strikes allowed inside the clinch. All bouts will be held in a revolutionary circular four-rope ring, designed to encourage fast-paced and exciting bouts. The patented BKFC “Squared Circle” contains scratch lines, based on the Broughton Rules which governed bare-knuckle fighting in the 19th century, and which requires fighters to “Toe the Line”: starting every round face to face, and just 3 feet apart. Only established professionals in boxing, MMA, kickboxing, Lethwei, or Muay Thai will be allowed to compete. The referees, judges, and officials will also be required to have extensive professional combat sports experience. Follow BKFC Thailand Website: www.bkfc.com/thailand Youtube: BKFC Thailand Instagram: @bkfcthailand TikTok: @bkfcthailand Facebook: @bkfcthailand Watch BKFC Thailand Link: https://referral.bareknuckle.tv/BKFCThailand iOS: https://apple.co/3z62ymM Android: https://bit.ly/3b3gHcD BKFC Thailand would like to thank:- Singha Corporation our official Presenting Sponsors for their amazing and continued support. Bitkub our official Tech Partners. (exciting NFT project launching soon) Yuth Sports Gear our official kit sponsors for providing all our fighter and official’s clothing. Cornerstone Global Partners Pte Ltd Local sponsors and recruitment partners Fresh Digital our official marketing and web partners MLife Shop and Kieser our official performance partners
  3. Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC) Thailand presented by Singha is set to return with an electrifying third event on Saturday, September 3, 2022, live from the world-famous Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok. The event is set to begin at 6:00 PM ICT/11:00 AM GMT/7:00 AM EST, and will be available worldwide on the BKFC app. Tickets for the event available via Thai Ticket Major. BKFC Thailand CEO Nick Chapman says, "This card is crazy. We have some really interesting fighters on this card… stay tuned for some crazy storylines. If this card doesn’t get you pumped, nothing will." BKFC Thailand 3 will be headlined by one of Thailand’s greatest athletes of all time, Buakaw Banchamek, who will make his promotional debut against Turkish kickboxer Erkan Varol. Widely considered to be among the greatest Muay Thai fighters of all time, holding a 240-24-12 record in the sport, Buakaw made his highly-anticipated return to competition on July 6 after nearly three years away. He will face Varol, who brings an impressive 88-33 kickboxing record into his bare-knuckle boxing debut. Alongside the main event, there will also be two title fights on the card. In the co-main event, the inaugural BKFC Thailand featherweight champion will be crowned in a battle between Pongpisan “Ton” Chunyong and Surasak Sukkhamcha. Chunyong is one of three fighters to pick up wins in each of BKFC Thailand’s first two events, and the only one to win both by stoppage. He will also become the first fighter to compete in the promotion three times when he goes toe-to-toe with the 19 year old Sukkhamcha, who earned a unanimous decision victory in his debut at BKFC Thailand 1: The Game Changer. After stealing the show at BKFC Thailand 2: Iconic Impact, this event will host another fight between street fighters, this time crowning an official “King of the Streets”, complete with a trophy. The winner of that fight, Sornchai “Maseng” Kantiphong, was called out by his opponent, Jakkaphop "Phop Perfect" Rattanamangsang, who said that no one can claim to be the best street fighter without fighting him. That debate will be put to rest with this fight. Two women’s fights are set to take place on the card as well. Former two-division WBC champion Usanakorn Thawinsuwannawang kicked off the last card with a bang, scoring a destructive TKO victory. She will face Chesu Nuval of The Philippines, who makes her bare-knuckle boxing debut after a decorated amateur MMA career. Model and former American football star Tai Emery of Australia will bring a solid boxing base into her bare-knuckle boxing debut against fellow debutant Rung-Arun Khunchai, a 60-fight Muay Thai and Muay Boran competitor. Beyond the aforementioned fighters, four more fighters from previous the two previous BKFC Thailand events are set to return to the BKFC ring. Fan favorite heavyweight Steve “Panda” Banks scored a second-round knockout in his last fight, and will now face a champion in multiple combat sports in Ahmed “Koko Hammer” Abdelfattah in the Egyptian’s debut. Sadudee Srimueang also picked up a second-round stoppage at the last event, and is now matched up with Sri Lankan Wushu and Karate standout Malinda Amarasinghe. “Street Fight Mike” Mikhail Vetrila came up just short in the main event for the light heavyweight title last time, and will look to get back on track against kickboxing, Muay Thai, and MMA champion Luis Paulo “Rato” Terra. After losing a decision at BKFC Thailand 1, Pipat “Mike” Chaiporn returns to fight to get into the win column for the first time against 72-fight Muay Thai veteran Frankke Sirahat. Three more action-packed bouts round out the card, including Chaloemporn Sawatsuk, who recently became a professional fighter after gaining recognition for his commitment to his prison's fight team and starring in the movie A Prayer Before Dawn, and Kantapon “Black Falcon” Petsang, a former member of the Royal Thai Special Forces Army whom BKFC Thailand CEO Nick Chapman discovered at a super-secret underground fighting event while filming a documentary for a mainstream TV channel. They will face 15-fight MMA professional Dominic Ahnee and notorious street fighter Chanwut Kaewnamyen respectively. Sinthruram Petchaan, a veteran of 230 professional Muay Thai fights including two wins over ONE Championship Muay Thai champion Rodtang Jitmuangnon, is also set to make his bare-knuckle debut alongside his opponent Suban Malopho, who also has well over a hundred fights across Muay Thai and boxing. Overall, fighters from nine countries will be represented and all have extensive striking backgrounds, making for an exciting night of fights. The full fight card is listed below: Main Event – Lightweight Bout Buakaw Banchamek (Thailand) vs. Erkan Varol (Turkey) Co-Main Event – BKFC Thailand Featherweight Championship Pongpisan "Ton" Chunyong (Thailand) vs. Surasak Sukkhamcha (Thailand) Light Heavyweight Bout Chaloemporn Sawatsuk (Thailand) vs. Dominic Ahnee (USA) Heavyweight Bout Steve "Panda" Banks (USA) vs. Ahmed "Koko Hammer" Abdelfattah (Egypt) Lightweight Bout – King of the Streets Superfight Championship Sornchai “Maseng” Kantiphong (Thailand) vs. Jakkaphop "Phop Perfect" Rattanamangsang (Thailand) Light Heavyweight Bout “Street Fight Mike” Mikhail Vetrila (Russia) vs. Luis Paulo “Rato” Terra (Brazil) Featherweight Bout Pipat "Mike" Chaiporn (Thailand) vs. Frankke Sirahat (Thailand) Bantamweight Bout Usanakorn Thawinsuwannawang (Thailand) vs. Chesu Nuval (Philippines) Bantamweight Bout Sinthruram Petchaan (Thailand) vs. Suban Malopho (Thailand) Flyweight Bout Tai Emery (Australia) vs. Rung-Arun Khunchai (Thailand) Featherweight Bout Sadudee "Sam" Srimueang (Thailand) vs. Malinda Amarasinghe (Sri Lanka) Middleweight Bout Kantapon "Black Falcon" Petsang (Thailand) vs. Chanwut Kaewnamyen (Thailand) About BKFC Thailand BKFC Thailand events are managed by Mr. Nick Chapman and Mr. Vathanai Vathanakul. BKFC Thailand features a series of bare-knuckle fighting events to be held on a monthly basis in Thailand. Our events will encompass a traditional bare-knuckle boxing style while utilizing a specifically created rule set that emphasizes the half Thai clinch with punching strikes allowed inside the clinch. All bouts will be held in a revolutionary circular four-rope ring, designed to encourage fast-paced and exciting bouts. The patented BKFC “Squared Circle” contains scratch lines, based on the Broughton Rules which governed bare-knuckle fighting in the 19th century, and which requires fighters to “Toe the Line”: starting every round face to face, and just 3 feet apart. Only established professionals in boxing, MMA, kickboxing, Lethwei, or Muay Thai will be allowed to compete. The referees, judges, and officials will also be required to have extensive professional combat sports experience. Follow BKFC Thailand Website: www.bkfc.com/thailand Youtube: BKFC Thailand Instagram: @bkfcthailand TikTok: @bkfcthailand Facebook: @bkfcthailand Watch BKFC Thailand Link: https://referral.bareknuckle.tv/BKFCThailand iOS: https://apple.co/3z62ymM Android: https://bit.ly/3b3gHcD BKFC Thailand would like to thank:- Singha Corporation our official Presenting Sponsors for their amazing and continued support. Bitkub our official Tech Partners. (exciting NFT project launching soon) Yuth Sports Gear our official kit sponsors for providing all our fighter and official’s clothing. Cornerstone Global Partners Pte Ltd Local sponsors and recruitment partners Fresh Digital our official marketing and web partners MLife Shop and Kieser our official performance partners
  4. BKFC THAILAND STRAWWEIGHT CHAMPION FANI PELOUMPI TO FACE BRITAIN HART AT BKFC 29 Current BKFC Thailand strawweight champion Fani Peloumpi is set to make history for the promotion once more. After becoming the very first BKFC Thailand champion, the Greek “Queen of BKFC Thailand” will be the first fighter from the promotion to fight on an American BKFC show when she battles American fan-favorite Britain Hart for the inaugural BKFC Strawweight Championship in the main event of BKFC 29. BKFC Thailand CEO Nick Chapman says, “People ask me all the time, ‘If I fight well in Thailand will I get a chance to fight in America?’ Well here is your answer.” Prior to her BKFC Thailand debut, the MTA Academy-trained 37 year old Peloumpi garnered an impressive 67-23-1 record in Muay Thai, picking up multiple championships in the process. She also has a 1-1 record in both boxing and kickboxing. Peloumpi made her promotional and bare-knuckle boxing debut back in May at BKFC Thailand 2: Iconic Impact, facing Souris Manfredi for the strawweight title, the first championship on the line for the promotion. Although Manfredi was a sizable favorite, Peloumpi scored an upset split decision victory in an exciting bout. Britain Hart is one of the most recognizable faces in BKFC, and holds a 5-3 record in the promotion. Hart’s only losses have come to former champion Bec Rawlings at BKFC 2, which she avenged in her most recent outing at BKFC 26, and Christine Ferea at BKFC 5 and at BKFC KnuckleMania 2 for the flyweight title. Hart will now drop down to strawweight in an effort to find gold. BKFC 29 is set to happen on Saturday, September 10, live from the Pacific Steel and Recycling Arena in Great Falls, Montana. Tickets are on sale now via Montana Expopark. About BKFC Thailand BKFC Thailand events are managed by Mr. Nick Chapman and Mr. Vathanai Vathanakul. BKFC Thailand features a series of bare-knuckle fighting events to be held on a monthly basis in Thailand. Our events will encompass a traditional bare-knuckle boxing style while utilizing a specifically created rule set that emphasizes the half Thai clinch with punching strikes allowed inside the clinch. All bouts will be held in a revolutionary circular four-rope ring, designed to encourage fast-paced and exciting bouts. The patented BKFC “Squared Circle” contains scratch lines, based on the Broughton Rules which governed bare-knuckle fighting in the 19th century, and which requires fighters to “Toe the Line”: starting every round face to face, and just 3 feet apart. Only established professionals in boxing, MMA, kickboxing, Lethwei, or Muay Thai will be allowed to compete. The referees, judges, and officials will also be required to have extensive professional combat sports experience. Follow BKFC Thailand Website: www.bkfc.com/thailand Youtube: BKFC Thailand Instagram: @bkfcthailand TikTok: @bkfcthailand Facebook: @bkfcthailand Watch BKFC Thailand Link: https://referral.bareknuckle.tv/BKFCThailand iOS: https://apple.co/3z62ymM Android: https://bit.ly/3b3gHcD
  5. BKFC THAILAND STRAWWEIGHT CHAMPION FANI PELOUMPI TO FACE BRITAIN HART AT BKFC 29 Current BKFC Thailand strawweight champion Fani Peloumpi is set to make history for the promotion once more. After becoming the very first BKFC Thailand champion, the Greek “Queen of BKFC Thailand” will be the first fighter from the promotion to fight on an American BKFC show when she battles American fan-favorite Britain Hart for the inaugural BKFC Strawweight Championship in the main event of BKFC 29. BKFC Thailand CEO Nick Chapman says, “People ask me all the time, ‘If I fight well in Thailand will I get a chance to fight in America?’ Well here is your answer.” Prior to her BKFC Thailand debut, the MTA Academy-trained 37 year old Peloumpi garnered an impressive 67-23-1 record in Muay Thai, picking up multiple championships in the process. She also has a 1-1 record in both boxing and kickboxing. Peloumpi made her promotional and bare-knuckle boxing debut back in May at BKFC Thailand 2: Iconic Impact, facing Souris Manfredi for the strawweight title, the first championship on the line for the promotion. Although Manfredi was a sizable favorite, Peloumpi scored an upset split decision victory in an exciting bout. Britain Hart is one of the most recognizable faces in BKFC, and holds a 5-3 record in the promotion. Hart’s only losses have come to former champion Bec Rawlings at BKFC 2, which she avenged in her most recent outing at BKFC 26, and Christine Ferea at BKFC 5 and at BKFC KnuckleMania 2 for the flyweight title. Hart will now drop down to strawweight in an effort to find gold. BKFC 29 is set to happen on Saturday, September 10, live from the Pacific Steel and Recycling Arena in Great Falls, Montana. Tickets are on sale now via Montana Expopark. About BKFC Thailand BKFC Thailand events are managed by Mr. Nick Chapman and Mr. Vathanai Vathanakul. BKFC Thailand features a series of bare-knuckle fighting events to be held on a monthly basis in Thailand. Our events will encompass a traditional bare-knuckle boxing style while utilizing a specifically created rule set that emphasizes the half Thai clinch with punching strikes allowed inside the clinch. All bouts will be held in a revolutionary circular four-rope ring, designed to encourage fast-paced and exciting bouts. The patented BKFC “Squared Circle” contains scratch lines, based on the Broughton Rules which governed bare-knuckle fighting in the 19th century, and which requires fighters to “Toe the Line”: starting every round face to face, and just 3 feet apart. Only established professionals in boxing, MMA, kickboxing, Lethwei, or Muay Thai will be allowed to compete. The referees, judges, and officials will also be required to have extensive professional combat sports experience. Follow BKFC Thailand Website: www.bkfc.com/thailand Youtube: BKFC Thailand Instagram: @bkfcthailand TikTok: @bkfcthailand Facebook: @bkfcthailand Watch BKFC Thailand Link: https://referral.bareknuckle.tv/BKFCThailand iOS: https://apple.co/3z62ymM Android: https://bit.ly/3b3gHcD
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