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Fight of the Week – The Battle of Low Kickers

This fight featuring Seksan vs. Songkom has one of the most intense 3rd rounds you will see in Muay Thai. Both fighters go toe to toe in a low kick battle that will leave you wondering which fighter will give up first. The mental toughness and determination displayed by both fighters is impressive in its own right. All of you low kickers out there, take some notes. Video Credit: Muay Ties  My Thoughts – Brief Analysis Given how aggressive Seksan (RED)  is when he fights, it was surprising to see him back pedaling at the start of the 3rd round. Seksan looked like he was...

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Fight of the Week – Damien Alamos vs Phet Sa Nguan

If you are a fan of exciting back and forth fights, this fight between Damien vs Phet is one to watch. I was lucky enough to be at the stadium for this fight and I can say that atmosphere inside was even more electric than the video shows. A few weeks after this fight Damien would go on to win the Lumpinee Title, becoming the second foreigners ever to accomplish that feat. In this fight, hundreds of locals came out to support the Thai fighter who was considered a 50/50 match for the French star. Known for his elbows, Phet Sa Nguan was no easy walkover for...

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Fight of the Week – Size (Fighter) vs More Size (Bodybuilder)

When you first see a (male) fighter before he enters the ring, what’s the first thing you judge him on? Physical appearance. But…looks can often be deceiving. Some fighters might look tough on the outside, but when the bell sounds they can freeze or panic. On the other hand, you might have the most unassuming Thai fighters (who look completely out of shape and not at all like the definition of a fighter) who turn out to be absolutely killers in the ring. The old idiom “Never judge a book by its cover” is very true in the world of fighting. This...

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Fight Breakdown: The Battle of Size vs Skill

Something you will commonly see in Muay Thai is a matchup of skill vs size between foreigners and Thais. It is commonly assumed that since Thai’s have a lot more experience in the ring, they should give up weight if they fight foreigners. In the battle of experience vs size, the smaller fighter usually wins on points if the fight goes the distance. The problem for the smaller fighters is they have to survive 5 rounds without getting KOed in order to win. This is a lot easier said than done when you have someone actively hunting for the KO. The match between Rungravee Sasiprapa vs. Dimitry...

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Old School Footage of Muay Thai Legend Diesnelnoi on Pads

If you haven’t heard of Dieselnoi Chor Thanasukarn yet, then you should probably look up some videos of him on Youtube. Dieselnoi is a Muay Thai legend that is known for his devastating knee striking ability. Since he was one of the tallest Thai fighters in his era, he was able to use his height and reach to maximize his advantage. Have you seen our list of top 10 Muay Thai fighters of all time? Check it out HERE Dieselnoi was so dominant in his time that many of the top challengers did not want to fight him. Fighting Dieselnoi usually meant being outpointed in...

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