Select Page

Category: Interviews

From Muay Thai to Bare Knuckle Boxing – An Interview with Eddie Farrell

One combat sport that has always taken a backseat to Muay Thai is the Burmese art of Lethwei. The reason why Lethwei has remained a niche sport is because of its brutality. Lethwei is as close to real street fighting as you can get. Lethwei is a form of bare knuckle boxing that utilizes headbutts and doesn’t use judges. In Lethwei, you either win by a knockout or the fight is a draw. Even if you are dominating your opponent, there are no judges to award you a win. This makes Lethwei fighters hunt for knockouts, rather than sit back and...

Read More

From Muay Thai Champion to MMA Fighter – An Interview with Dejdamrong

If you want to see an MMA fighter who displays beautiful Muay Thai striking skills, Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke is the best in the world. When it comes to Muay Thai credentials, nobody can surpass his impressive resume.  Throughout his career Dejdamrong amassed over 300 + Muay Thai fights, holding 3 Lumpinee titles in two different weight divisions. After retiring from Muay Thai at the age of 35, Dejdamrong decided to pursue a career in MMA at the world class Evolve MMA training center located in Singapore. He has adapted his Muay Thai game to the world of MMA, utilizing a lot of low...

Read More

From Learning Languages to Muay Thai Fighting – An Interview with Charlie

Ever since graduating University, Charlie has been on a journey of self discovery. Also known as the Linguist Monk, Charlie is a modern nomad who has been traveling the world for the past few years learning languages, training martial arts and eating a whole lot of good food along the way. In order to make his money go even farther, Charlie has learned the art of budgeting. Charlie has been able to live off $3.50 a day on food and shares some good money saving tips for people looking to stay long term. In this interview with Charlie, he talks about some of the similarities between learning languages...

Read More

An Interview with Muay Thai Fighter Sylvie Von Duuglas-Ittu

With nearly 150 Muay Thai fights to her name, Sylvie Von Duuglas-Ittu has accumulated the most Muay Thai fights as a female fighter. In addition to her fighting career, Sylvie also manages to blog on a daily basis about her experiences in Thailand and Muay Thai on her website. Sylvie is the true definition of someone who eats, sleeps and breathes Muay Thai. She moved over to Thailand in 2012 and never left. While most people thinking fighting once every 3 months is a decent amount, Sylvie usually racks up a few fights in a week Sylvie is a work horse....

Read More

Selling Everything to Move to Thailand – An Interview with the Fighting Farrells

Whenever I tell people that I have been living in Thailand for the past 5 years, the usual response is shock, followed by a lot of curiosity. How can someone live in a country like Thailand…. and for so long? I usually don’t bother explaining that I moved to Thailand because of Muay Thai unless I am prepared to explain my whole life story. Most of my friends back home are so focused on money, they can’t comprehend why someone would make a choice to pursue their passion for Muay Thai. For most people, there are simply too many risks involved for them to...

Read More

Visit Our Store

Popular Posts

Sidebar ad 300x600

Pin It on Pinterest