The Filipino athlete received 150,000 baht prize money for winning.
The team also won three straight sets with Singapore on October 18.
Jag Lanente champed the Wacoal Motion ROAD 100 while Jared Teves and Joeffrey Tamara ranked fifth and sixth place respectively.
Rockie got double gold in his weight class (under 62) and absolute division No gi or the open class.
The Pinoy fighter who is only 17 years old is now making a name in Thailand with a stunning record of 5 wins and zero loss in his MMA career.
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The country’s karate team won 2 gold, 2 silver, 7 bronze medals at the said tournament participated in by 19 countries.
Filipino athletes on Thursday already won two gold, one silver and four bronze medals.
Thailand International Sports Expo 2016 is open from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm.
Richard Salaño, 24 and a native of Loma De Gato, Marilao in Bulacan won the half-marathon out of 152 runners from different countries.