The way in which Manolis Kallistis won against Juan Gonzalez in Thailand's Muay Thai Extreme can only be described as impressive. The Greek athlete had dominated the Mexican from the beginning of the fight, with continuous kicks, but he saved the best for the end of the first round.
The fighter, who trains under Nasos Argyropoulos and George Zongas, made an aerial spinning kick on his opponent with only seconds to spare, which landed exactly where he wanted it too. Gonzalez as a result was knocked out.
Watch the kick of the Greek fighter in the 3rd minute of the following video:
On Instagram, the fighter wrote: "Big thanks to all of you for supporting me, I didn't expect and I couldn't imagine that I would receive so much love and support. I will work hard in order to try to keep on like this.
"I hope you will continue supporting me not only when I succeed but also when I fail because failures are always inevitable in sports!
"I want to deeply thank my teachers, this result is because we have all worked together really really hard: George Zongas, Nasos Argyropoulos, Bougioukos Giorgos, Chatchai Taptane. Christos Kollias and Fani Peloumpi..."
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