Have you ever wondered what would happen if Nong-O Gaiyanghadao took on Superbon Banchamek? The two men compete in completely different weight classes so we are unlikely to ever get a satisfactory answer to that question.

But the next best thing is to see them sparring together and that is exactly what happened when Nong-O visited Khun Suek Muay Thai in Krabi recently. Having left Evolve MMA he has been travelling all over the world to do seminars.

But the reigning ONE Championship bantamweight Muay Thai champion has a fight coming up next month so he has switched focus from teaching to training. It appears that Nong-O has decided to train in Krabi with the legendary Kru Gae.

Superbon also has a fight coming up next month and the two men have been sparring together:

Mutual opponents

Surprisingly Nong-O and Superbon have never fought despite competing in the same weight division during the peak of their stadium careers. They do have several opponents in common including Singdam Kiatmuu9, Saenchai PKSaenchaigym and Jomthong Chuwattana.

Superbon appears to be based permanently at the camp in Krabi although he is also in demand for seminars. At ONE on Prime Video 6 he will be putting his featherweight kickboxing title on the line against Chingiz Allazov in the main event at the Impact Arena.

That show is set for the Impact Arena on January 14th. A week later Nong-O will be fighting at Lumpinee Stadium for the first time since 2014 in the first ever ONE Championship card at the historic stadium.

Nong-O is facing Alaverdi Ramazanov. The Russian is a former ONE Championship kickboxing champion and is based long term in Thailand.

Having fun

Nong-O and Superbon seem to be having a lot of fun together. But both men are training very seriously and have been honing their skills under the watchful eye of Kru Gae, who is almost as famous as the super star fighters he trains.

Nong-O used to fight out of the Petchyindee Gym in Bangkok. But that gym no longer sends fighters to compete on ONE Championship cards so a return seems to be out of the question.

Instead he has decided to base himself in Krabi. The veteran will be hoping the work he is putting in there pays off when he fights Ramazanov next month.