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One Championship: Kingdom of Heroes Features Thailand’s Best Strikers

This Saturday in Bangkok, One Championship is putting on a ground breaking event that features some of the best Strikers in the world. While most organizations feature either MMA, Kickboxing, Boxing or Muay Thai, One Championship is forging a new path by creating fight cards that include all of the top striking disciplines in one show. The Kingdom of Heroes show features the world’s best Boxers, Kickboxers, Muay Thai, and MMA fighters in the same fight card. Instead of forcing Muay Thai fighters to fight Kickboxing fights, One Championship created a Muay Thai division to keep the essence of...

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How to Be a Versatile Fighter – Learning to Be Comfortable Facing Any Fighting Style

When you are matched up against a fighter who comes from the same fighting background, the rules of the dance are understood. You already know what to expect from your opponent because you have danced with similar opponents many times before. Every technique your opponent uses is familiar because you also use the same weapons. Kick, punch, block, move, repeat. Every fighting style has a rhythm that is unique. However, if you face someone from a different fighting background, the rules of the dance change. To become a versatile Muay Thai fighter, you therefore not only need to know how...

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Rare Clinching Throw – Superman Push from the Muay Thai Clinch

Every once in a while you run into a technique that you haven’t encountered before. While there are hundreds of different throws and sweeps, most people stick to a handful of common techniques. Specialty techniques like this one, are typically used by fighters with a lot of experience in the clinch. Before I describe this technique, I want to point out that this is an advance Muay Thai throw. If you are a beginner or intermediate student, please watch the video, but don’t focus on this technique. There are more fundamental clinching throws you should learn first before you...

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How To Beat Someone Who Is Better Than You In Muay Thai

Let’s face it, you will never be good enough to beat a fighter like Saenchai, and that’s ok. However, with enough training, you can learn to beat fighters who are technically better than you with better timing. A number of fighters have made careers off being able to take down fighters who are better than them on paper. One of the things I’ve learned from watching countless live fights in Thailand is that the better fighter doesn’t always win. I’ve witnessed fighters who had bad technique, scrape out wins against opponents who were technically much better than them. Just...

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In Pursuit of Muay Thai Perfection – An Interview with Tee Jay

Every once in a while you hear about someone who has bucked the modern day trend in pursuit of something special. While society tells us that we have to work the 9-5 job and be like everyone else, there are some people who decide to forge their own path forward in life. Tee Jay is one of these people. Tee Jay’s story is quite incredible. Tee Jay is a true martial artists who has dedicated his life to achieving greatness. He is a high IQ fighter who is constantly learning and evolving his game to continuously improve. Read the...

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