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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....

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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...

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Building A Muay Thai Brand in Thailand – Interview with Roberto

Over the past decade there have been more and more families moving to Thailand in pursuit of Muay Thai. There are many benefits to growing up in Thailand, especially when it comes to pursuing Muay Thai. One such family is Roberto Gallo Cassarino and is son Mathias. Since moving from Italy to Thailand, Mathias has fully integrated as a Thai fighter who speaks, reads and writes the language fluently. Besides adopting to the culture, Mathias has also won numerous world titles and beaten some big names in the sport. Roberto and Mathias have become the de facto source of Muay Thai for Italians....

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The Mind of a Champion – An Interview with Kevin Ross

When you reach a certain level in Muay Thai, everyone has skill and technique. Most advantages fighters have at the start of their career, slowly fade as the competition gets better. Winning and losing, often comes down to the fighter who is mentally the strongest. One fighter who is well known for his mental strength is Kevin Ross. Whenever you watch Kevin in the ring, win, lose or draw, you can always expect him to give it everything he has. While some fighters are quick to make excuses when they lose, Kevin owns up to his losses. This “don’t be a bitch” attitude, is what separates Kevin from the rest of the...

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The Future of Muay Thai – Interview with Jayy Tonkin

Jayy Tonkin is not your average 18 year old. Over the past few years, Jayy has been living in Thailand as a full time fighter. He has fought some of the best fighters in Thailand, including the legendary Singdam Kiatmoo9, who he even managed to drop with an elbow in the first round. Before moving to Thailand, Jayy was getting into trouble in school. After getting suspended 3 times in a single year, Jayy needed a change. He had a choice, he could either continue heading down his path of destruction or he could pursue his dreams of becoming a Muay Thai champion. With the support of his parents, Jayy...

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