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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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The Top 3 Knockout Artists from Thailand You Should Know

Muay Thai fighting is an art that is more than just flashy knockouts and brutal cuts. There are many fighting styles in the sport. Some fighters utilize skill and technique to win on points, while other fighters utilize power and aggression to overwhelm opponents. No matter what style of fighting a fighter utilizes, there is a lot of skill involved to reach a high level. While most people can appreciate the next level skills of a fighter like Saenchai, not all technical fighters have that kind of crowd-pleasing abilities. Fortunately, there are many fighters in Thailand that utilize the...

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A First Round Strategy for Fighting Muay Thai in Thailand

Fighting in Thailand is a much different experience than the West. Arguably, one of the biggest differences is you often don’t know who you are fighting. The promoter might give you a person’s name, but that name will mean nothing to you unless they already have a reputation in the area. You could be fighting a professional from Russia with 50+ fights, a tuk-tuk driver, or a first-time fighter who has less experience than you. Even when promoters tell you who are fighting, most of the time the opponent is going to be completely different than the person they...

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The 12 Levels of Fighters You Will Encounter in Muay Thai

With thousands of Muay Thai titles and belts given out every year, it can be overwhelming trying to figure out the good from the bad. While foreigners are often handed a trophy every time they compete, in Thailand awards are only handed out to the best fighters. You don’t get a medal for just participating, you get belts for winning real titles. Outside of Thailand, the level of Muay Thai varies from organization to country. Some countries like France, the UK, and Australia have a strong amateur scene that helps develop fighters, while others don’t. It also doesn’t help...

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