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The Ultimate Guide to the Teep (Part 1): Why You Should Master the Teep

The teep is one of the most effective techniques in Muay Thai. Known as a front or push kick by non-Muay Thai practitioners, teeps are an essential technique that all good Nak Muays (Thai Boxers) utilize to gain maximum advantage. The teep is the Muay Thai equivalent of the jab in boxing. It is a versatile weapon that can be used on offense to set up your attacks, and it can be utilized as a defensive tool to interrupt your opponent. This 5-part mini-series on the teep is going to talk about different aspects of the teep, and how...

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Rafi Bohic vs. Pongsiri – A Fight for the Lumpinee Title

Rafi Bohic is one of the best fighters you’ve probably never heard of. The only reason you haven’t heard of him is because he is a French fighter who isn’t featured on some the shows that casual fans watch. Rafi is a WMC and WBC World Title Holder and also won the MAX tournament belt (8 man tournament). Rafi comes from Singpatong-Sitnumnoi in Phuket. If the name Singpatong sounds familiar, it is the same gym that the last Lumpinee champion Damien Alamos trained (also a French fighter). In fact, Damien and Rafi were training partners before Damien decided to give up Muay Thai. While his...

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10 Reasons Why Littewada Is a Muay Thai Superstar

Most of you guys who follow this blog and our Facebook page, probably already know that I am a big fan of Littewada Sitthikul. In terms of skill and technique, Littewada is a “next level” fighter who can hang with the likes of Pakorn, Saenchai, and other top guys in Thailand. Since my first article last year that talked about Littewada being a fighter you should watch, he has gone undefeated and beaten some of the best fighters in Thailand. This list of top fighters includes Yodwhicha (previous fighter of the year), Pakorn, Yokphnomroong, and a whole lot of other top tier fighters. Littewada...

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Littewada Demonstrates How To Effectively Counter A Clinch Fighter

When it comes to clinching, there is no better fighter in the world than Yodwicha Por Boonsit (KhemMuayThai). At only 19 years of age, Yodwicha has accomplished more in his life than most fighters do in a lifetime. He has been awarded the fighter of the year and has won numerous titles in Lumpinee beating fighters like Saenchai and Petchboonchu along the way. To say that Yodwicha is good in the clinch is an understatement. He is not just good in the clinch, he is a beast in the clinch. Recently, Yodwicha was matched up against the very skilled Littewada Sittikun at the new...

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8 Reasons Why I’m A Fan of This Young Fighter

One of the best things about living in Thailand is the free fights on local television. Every Sunday, Channel 7 TV puts on the best fights Muay Thai fights of the week (often better than Lumpinee and Rajadamnern fights). A few weeks ago I was watching the Channel 7 fights at my favorite local restaurant and a young fighter named Saenpon (แสนพล) was fighting. The moment the fight started, I knew that this young fighter was special. Saenpon’s fighting style was a perfect mix of skill and aggression. He was very technical, but at the same time, he was extremely vicious and explosive.  While everyone already knows...

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