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If you want to practice Muay Thai intensively, you cannot avoid a Muay Thai camp in Thailand. How to fund your lifestyle while learning Muay Thai or improving your techniques. you can find out here in our article. Fight in Thailand Muay Thai is the national sport in Thailand and a serious business. Fights at all skill levels take place almost every day throughout Thailand. Even as an amateur you can earn money as a Muay Thai fighter in Thailand. Many of the local Muay Thai schools in tourist locations will provide you with free board and lodging if you…

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Mixed Martial Arts isn’t a new phenomenon, but it is one that has proven increasingly popular over the past ten years. In fact, there are more than 450 million fans of the sport across the globe, all eager to find the next big talent to emerge onto the scene.There have been plenty of poker stars who have tried their hands at MMA in the past. Terrence Chan, who raked in over $1 million in winnings at both live and online events before turning his attention toward his MMA aspirations, showed that the mental discipline, stamina, and attention to detail that made him…

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Although we may see it as an art, a skill-based game and a noble form of combat, the reality is that Muay Thai can be brutal. With head kicks, some of the best striking on the planet and an intensity that rivals any combat sport, even the clear winners of a fight may have to undergo a period of recovery after a bout. In this article we’re going to look at a few different practical ways to speed up recovery post fight, so you’ll be ready to go again in the shortest time possible. Post-Fight Recovery: Nutrition Over the last few…

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In Thailand, gambling is technically prohibited countrywide. However, registered Muay arenas get an exceptional reception. Registered Muay Thai venues hold matches that are legal to gamble. Only registered bookies are allowed to receive wagers on prize matches, locally referred to as derm pan. Muay Fights Attract Gamblers Many established stadium organizers suggest that kickboxing would have never claimed massive attention from spectators were it not for the fact that it attracts gamblers. It is the same for football fans who bet on league matches both locally and internationally. Lately, however, there have been claims by the opponents that bookies create…

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Thailand is home to many of the world’s best Muay Thai fighters. The art of the eight limbs is a national treasure, with a tradition that dates back to ancient Thai history. Now it is one of the world’s most popular combat sports. More than that it is a way of life for the country’s multitude of fighters, like the great Buakaw Banchamek and the legendary Samart Payakaroon. But Muay Thai has transcended Thai borders. Today it is a martial art known and practised globally. Proof of this is the many Muay Thai fighters competing in tournaments all over the…

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More kids in Thailand now realize the value of Thai boxing as a career alternative, and a way to make money. It’s also now seen to be a good option among the many low-income families in Thailand, a reason many parents are sending their children to learn the art. Their blows, kicks and kneeing in the ring can earn them not only the victory of the game but also, the money labelled as their actual prize. Most of the Muay Thai boxers and fighters belong to families who are underprivileged and impoverished. Often, the parents of these fighters are cleaners,…

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As Muay Thai practitioners, we all know that training is a critical element to our success. Well-planned and executed training programs prepare us for competition and reduce the risk of injury while providing the strength, agility and stamina necessary to battle in the ring. So, while we can all acknowledge how important training is and likely wax philosophical for hours about our personal routines, let’s not ignore the elephant in the room. Training can also be downright drudgery if we stick with the same program week in and week out. Are you feeling bored or uninspired with your current workouts?…

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Compression clothing in combat sports / Muay Thai – Compression clothing is nowadays very popular in the sports segment. In the fitness studio as well as in combat sports centers compression clothing is common gear. How useful compression gear in combat sports is, and what advantages it offers to its wearer, we explain you here. Compression clothing general advantages Compression clothing in sports should provide support, increase performance and accelerate the regeneration of the muscles. But, is this really the truth? What really brings compression for you? What are the benefits of the tight clothing for combat athletes and athletes?…

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Every beginner has certainly asked himself: what does the ounces indicate on boxing gloves and what size is right for me. You can find out all about the size of boxing gloves as well as information about the ounces on boxing gloves here. Sizes of boxing gloves and Muay Thai gloves In general, classic boxing gloves and Muay Thai gloves, which are actually same, do not have any size differences. In principle, a child’s glove is the same size as an adult’s. But what differentiates the boxing gloves from each other? Here the ounces are making the different. What it have to do…

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Tiger Muay Thai Trainer – At the Tiger Muay Thai Camp in Phuket you will find a large number of fabulous Muay Thai teachers who will teach you the art of fighting. Many of the coaches were very successful fighters and won many tournaments and medals. Today, however, their task is to pass on their knowledge to the students and prepare them for the upcoming fight. The best and most important Muay Thai trainers at the Tiger Muay Thai Camp in Phuket, we will introduce you here shortly, so you know who will teach you and what prices they have won already.…

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How to improve Muay Thai skills – A Muay Thai fighter can never get enough training and experience. You can be very successful, but you will never be the best, because somewhere in the world, there is someone who is better than you. That is why it is so important to constantly improve your Muay Thai skills and continue to develop yourself. We’ll show you how you can improve your Muay Thai skills. Train in a real Muay Thai Camp Especially important is it to train in a real Muay Thai Camp at least once in your lifetime. There are many studios where you…

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Muay Thai Camps Thailand – In Thailand, there are many Muay Thai Camps where you can learn Thailand’s national sport and art of fighting. There are a lot of good ones and some where professional and world champions have already been trained. To get a first overview, we will introduce you to the best Muay Thai Camps in Thailand. Of course, we always look forward to receive more tips from you as we are not able to test all camps all over the country. Luktupfah Muay Thai Camp in Bangkok In Bangkok you have the most possibilities to train Muay Thai,…

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The hand wraps play an important role in the martial arts. In addition to boxing, kickboxing and many other martial arts the hand wraps are a fundamental part of combat and training equipment in Muay Thai. Here are all information about Muay Thai Hand Wraps. Muay Thai Hand Wraps – why you need to wrap your hands Muay Thai bandages come always used when you embark in a fight or during the punching training in Muay Thai. Especially when you are training on the Heavy Bag it is the primary goal to protect your hands. Your hands are your tools, and as…

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The punching bag or heavy bag is an important part of Muay Thai training equipment. In this article we show you the best punching bags and explain why you really need a punching bag in Muay Thai training. Muay Thai Punching Bag and Heavy Bag The hanging punching bag is one of the most important training devices in kickboxing. On the punching bag kicks and punches can be executed with full force. Especially the kick strength can be so perfectly trained and improved. Also for shin conditioning proper  heavy punching bag is your ideal partner. Many Muay Thai fighters train the boxing techniques on…

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Muay Thai Cothing: Muay Thai shirts are a popular souvenir from Thailand. Many fighters wear the shirts during the workout or private. Here we introduce you to the coolest Muay Thai shirts and show you where to buy them. Where to buy Muay Thai Shirts – The best sources for cool Muay Thai Clothing Not every Muay Thai fan has the chance to buy cool Muay Thai shirts directly in Thailand. There is a huge selection of Muay Thai Clothing and actually in any market is a stand with cool Muay Thai Shirts to find. Also in the Muay Thai camps…

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The Whai Khru is an integral part of every Muay Thai fight in Thailand. Outsiders rarely know why this ceremonial “dance” is performed before the fight. Here come all information about the traditional Wai Khru and Ram Muay. Wai Khru Ram Muay – A Muay Thai Tradition The Wai Khru is simply expressed a homage to the coach, the chairman of the competition and the king, who was present in earlier times to many Muay Thai Fights. If a fighter does not perform the Wai Khru before the fight, he does not respect his trainer. This is probably one of the worst insults. The…

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Thailand prison fights: For some time the infamous prison fights in Thailand have caused a stir in the media. It was not always this favorable coverage. Muay Thai World reports on the struggle for freedom in Thai prisons.  Thailand prison fights – Thai boxing for freedom The fight for freedom in Khlong Phai jail, Thailand It is Friday. Fight day in the infamous Khlong Phai prison near Bangkok. The inmates get ready for one of the strangest Muay Thai tournaments in Asia if not around the world. Their opponents: Foreign Amateur Thai boxers from Iran, Australia, USA and many other countries. While they…

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Muay Thai breathing: Breathing is an important life process. In order to provide the body with optimal oxygen is the proper breathing technique especially important in sports. Find out all about the breathing in Muay Thai and Martial Arts. Correct breathing in Muay Thai / MMA and everyday life Breathing is a natural reflex that is controlled automatically. However, anyone who does extreme sports such as Muay Thai, should train the proper breathing techniques. This increases the efficiency in training and the fight. Breathing can also be consciously controlled and optimized. See the best breathing techniques for Thaiboxers below. General about breathing: When breathing…

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Almost every Muay Thai fighter wears it. Without the Mongkol many fighters do not enter the ring. What is going on with Mongkon (Mongkol), and why the headband for traditional fighters is so important, you will learn here. Why wear a Muay Thai fighters the Mongkol? The Mongkol is a blessed headband and thus a talisman. It is worn during the Wai Khru ceremony in the ring. For the fight it is however not worn. The coach of each fighter takes the Mongkol from the head and hangs it in the corner. This brings the fighters luck and protects him from possible dangers.…

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Muay Thai Gear: Although during Muay Thai bouts, the fighter competes only in shorts, there is mainly in training a lot of useful training gear that Thai boxers need. Here we present you the best Muay Thai equipment and where you can buy it. Muay Thai Gear – Everything you need to know about Thai Boxing Equipment Personal protective equipment for Muay Thai fighters: Muay Thai Shorts: The Muay Thai Shorts are part of the basic equipment of every Thai boxer and serve to cover the fighters and to make them easier to identify for the spectators (red corner / blue corner).…

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Thai boxing Supplements Part 2: In addition to proteins, minerals and vitamins there are many other dietary supplements. We will introduce 3 more useful additions for Muay Thai training. Thai Boxing Supplements – All about Omega 3, Isotonic drinks and rehydration in Muay Thai training Omega 3 fish oils: Omega 3 oils are derived from fish oil. These fatty acids are the basis for health and well-being. Studies show that Omega 3 helps in the fight against heart disease, and increases the general well-being. In addition, the essential fatty acids store carbohydrates and burn fat at the same time. …

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Muay Thai Supplements: In this article, we explain you all about the dietary supplements. Due to the hard Muay Thai training a supply of nutrients, vitamins and proteins is extensively important to be complemented by Supplements. With supplements you can optimize and upgrade your performance complement your diet plan. We introduce you the best dietary supplements or Muay Thai and Kick box training. What effect they have, when and why you should take them we show you here. Vitamins and tablets in MMA Training: Vitamins and other supplements like magnesium and Calicum play a major role in Muay Thai and MMA training. In the following,…

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Muay Thai diet plan: A thorough and good Muay Thai training also includes the proper nutrition. This is the only way how you can stay in peak performance and achieve your goals. Since fighters also must maintain their weight class, proper nutrition is especially important. Here are all the tips for a proper Muay Thai diet Plan: Muay Thai Diet Plan – Optimal Nutrition for MMA Fighters and Thai Boxers Below you’ll find four diet plans for martial arts training. Depending on your personal target and goals to achieve you can select your optimal nutrition plan for Muay Thai training. Attention: All diet…

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There are many styles, colors and brands of Muay Thai Pants. In this article we tell you everything you should know about the shorts of Thai boxers. General about Thaiboxing Pants: Muay Thai Shorts are an indispensable part of Thai boxing. Compared to regular Boxshorts or MMA shorts the Thai boxer pants have a special section. The shorter leg length and the far top worn step allow full mobility without limit. This is the reason why head attacks can performed easily with the leg. Many Muay Thai shorts have above a wide hem. This is probably the classic version. Meanwhile, however,…

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Muay Thai Running and Jogging: In order to optimally complement the Muay Thai training a good running training is essential. Real Muay Thai Running and Jogging Training strengthens the leg muscles and improves endurance. Here we present optimal running and jogging techniques for the Muay Thai and MMA training. All tips for a good Muay Thai running routine – Everything about thaiboxing running techniques The Muay Thai running technique: Professional Muay Thai fighters running a lot and in different variations. The most effective technique is to run on tiptoe. Thus, the calf muscles are strengthened and promoted the correct…

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Muay Thai Shop Online: Muay Thai equipment you buy best on the Internet. There you have a great choice and almost all brands. Muay Thai World provides you the best Muay Thai online stores and sources for equipment and accessories: Muay Thai Shops Online – Buy Thai Boxing equipment and shorts online: Muay Thai Shop: Muaythaistuff.com The specialist from Thailand. Muaythaistuff is the largest and most important online shop for Thai Boxing equipment and accessories. In this Muay Thai Shop you really can find everything your heart desires. Muaythaistuff.com is shipping in all countries of the world and is extremely…

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In Muay Thai and martial arts often special balms and oils are used. The Thai oils and the Tiger Balm are probably the best known. For what they find application and where you can buy it? Find out here! Muay Thai Oil Liniment: Tigerbalm, creams and more- All information about application, side effects and ingredients. The effect of Thai Oil in Muay Thai and other Martial Arts: What the Thai oil is actually used, outsiders rarely understand. Professionals on the other hand know exactly for what it is used in Muay Thai, Kickboxing and MMA. Thai oils, Thai creams and the famous…

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In Thailand there are Muay Thai fights in the largest stadiums and arenas. One of the two most famous in all of Thailand is the Lumpinee Stadium in Bangkok. Muay Thai World introduces you the Mecca of Muay Thai fans: General Info: Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok Old Address: Rama IV Road (- 8 February 2014) New Address: Ram Intra Road (11 February 2014 -) Bangkok, Thailand Coordinates: 13 ° 43’32 “N 100 ° 32’51” E Owner: Royal Thai Army Stadium Manager 2010-: Maj.Gen.Surakai Chattumart Capacity: 9,500 spectators Opening Date: December 8, 1956 Ticket Prices: Thai citizens – from 200 Baht Foreigners -…

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Muay Thai fights enjoy the highest reputation in Thailand and are therefore they are organized in impressive arenas. One of the two most famous in all of Thailand is the Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok. Muay Thai World introduces you the oldest Muay Thai Stadium in Bangkok. General Info: Rajadamnern Stadium Bangkok – Ratchadamnoen Stadium Address: No. 1, Thanon Ratcha Damnoen Nok, Khet Pom Prap Sattru Phai, Bangkok, Thailand Coordinates: 13 ° 45’40 “N 100 ° 30’32” E Owner: Rajadamnern Co Ltd Stage Manager: นาย ไพร ปั ณ ยา ลักษณ Capacity: estimated 8000-10000 spectators Opening Date: December 23, 1945 Ticket prices: Thai…

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The Omnoi or Siam Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, is the 4 most important in the country. Immediately after Lumpinee, Rajadamnern and Channel 7 Stadium, the Omnoi Stadium has secured his place. Every Sunday there are fights, which are broadcasted live across the country by Channel 3. General Info: Omnoi Stadium Bangkok – Siam Boxing Stadium Address: 74 Meuglent 12 Tumbon Omnoi, Amphoe Krathumbaen, Samutsakorn, Thailand Stage Manager: Thalern Yuumbamrung Capacity: 4000 spectators Opening date: 1984 Ticket prices: Thai citizens – from 200 Baht The history of the Siam Boxing Stadium / Omnoi Stadium, Bangkok: The Omnoi stage was launched in 1984 by a…

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The Channel 7 Stadium in Bangkoks is right after Lumpinee and Rajadamnern Stadium the third most important in whole Thailand. The stadium itself is actually a huge TV studio with a boxing ring in the middle. The Stadium of Channel 7 is operated by the Royal Thai Army. General Info: Channel 7 Stadium Bangkok Address: 998/1 Phahon Yothin 01.18 Jomphol Jaktujak Bangkok, Thailand Located close to Chatuchak Park and Market, and the Mochit Bus Depot. Skytrain station Mo Chit. Owner: Royal Thai Army Capacity: 1,000 spectators Opening date: 1984 Ticket Prices: Free Standing VIP seats 300 baht The history of the Channel…

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The Faritex / Yokkao Tepprasit Stadium is together with the Pattaya Boxing World, the main stadium in Pattaya. General Info: Fairtex Stadium, Pattaya Address: Soi 2, Thep Pra Sit Rd, Nong Prue, Bang Lamung, Chon Buri; Thailand Opposite to the night market on Soi 2 Pattaya Owner: Fairtex Muay Thai Capacity: 500 people Opening date: 2006 Ticket prices: 1000-1200 Baht The history of Fairtex Stadium Pattaya: To offer also in Pattaya exciting Muay Thai fights in a reasonable environment, the Fairtex Stadium was opened in 2006. It was the first major Boxing Stadium in Pattaya. Here you can watch real Top-Fights. When to watch…

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The Williams Thai Boxing Arena is the only boxing stadium on Koh Lanta and handles all major battles on the island. In addition to many tourists it attracts also some locals to the high-class struggle. Even the Thai Boxing legend Buakaw has already visited the Williams Gym. General Info: Williams Thai Boxing Stadium, Koh Lanta Address: 245 M.2 T.Saladan, A. Kho Lanta Krabi 8115, Thailand Owner: William Dejpayak, Lumpini Champion (Decha Rodraksa) Capacity: 1,000 spectators Opening date: unknown Ticket prices: 700-1200 Baht The history of Williams Gym Koh Lanta: The Williams Thai Boxing Stadium on Koh Lanta was founded…

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The Bangla Stadium in Patong Beach on Phuket is one of the largest in Southern Thailand and together with the Patong Boxing Stadium, the most important of the island. The exceptional location of the stadium directly on the party area makes it a very special stadium in Thailand. The Bangla Stadium is located in the first floor directly above the famous Tigerbar. General Info: Bangla Boxing Stadium Phuket Address: 198/4 Ratautit Road, Patong Beach, Kathu, Phuket, Thailand, 83150 Direct left hand on Bangla Road on the Tiger Bar. Capacity: 1,000 spectators Opening date: 2001 Ticket prices: 1700-2500 Baht The history…

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The Patong Stadium on Phuket is together with the Bangla Stadium the most popular and biggest in Phuket. There you can watch the best fights of the island regularly. The Patong Boxing Stadium claims to be the largest in Southern Thailand. General Info: Patong Boxing Stadium, Phuket Address: 2/59 Sai Nam Yen Road Patong Beach Amphur Kathu Phuket, 83150 Thailand Located close to Bangla Road and Patong Beach. Guests from Patong, Kata and Karon free pickup service for online booking at the hotel and delivered back after the show. Capacity: 1,000 spectators Opening date: 1999 Ticket Prices: Seating: 1,300 baht Ringside Seat: 1500 Baht VIP: 1800…

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The Pattaya Boxing World Stadium is together with the Fairtex Stadium in Pattaya, the most known in Pattaya. In addition, it is also the largest Boxing Stadium of the city. Beside exciting fights there you can also watch cultural shows. General Info: Pattaya Boxing World Address: Pattaya Boxing World 387 Moo 6 Sukhumvit Rd. Naklua Pattaya City Banglamung, Chonburi 20150 Capacity: 600 spectators Opening date: 2012 Ticket prices: from 1,000 Baht The History of Boxing World Pattaya: To be able to offer beside the Fairtex Stadium in Pattaya a second address for Muay Thai fights the Pattaya Boxing World was opened in 2012.…

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The Ao Nang Krabi Stadium is one of the largest in Southern Thailand and the most important in the whole region Krabi. In the stadium take place around 9 tournaments over the whole year and it is popular with tourists and also well known among locals. General Info: Ao Nang Krabi Stadium Ao Nang Address: 100 Moo 3, Ao Nang, Krabi, Thailand 81000 Owner: Pisut Pumipamorn Capacity: 1999 spectators Opening Date: January 21, 2000 Ticket Prices: from 800 Baht The history of the Ao Nang Stadium, Ao Nang Thailand: The Ao-Nang Krabi Boxing Stadium was opened on 21 January 2000.…

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The Thaphae Stadium in Chiang Mai is the most important of the city in and in northern Thailand and a tourist attraction as well. Here you can watch from Monday to Saturday about 8 fights. In addition, the Thaphae Stadium is the official venue for the Northern Thai Muay Thai Championships. General Info: Thaphae Stadium Chiang Mai Thailand Address: Rama IV Road (- 8 February 2014) Owner: Mr. Kob Cassette and Mr.Natlunat Capacity: 400 spectators Opening date: 1980s Ticket prices: Thai citizens – from 100 Baht Foreigners – 400-600 baht The history of Thaphae Boxing Stadium, Chiang Mai: Thaphae Stadium in…

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The Lamai Boxing Ring is the third most important place for Muay Thai on Koh Samui. There are every Saturday night in the center of Lamai Beach Muay Thai Fights. Around the ring there are several beer bars, which care about spectators need. The admission to the event is free, but it should be ordered something at one of the many Beer-Bars. The event is popular among tourists and the atmosphere is very good. This is not least attributable to the interesting position between the many small bars. General Info: Lamai Boxing Ring, Lamai Beach Koh Samui Address: Main road through…

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On Koh Samui there are three notable Muay Thai hotspots. The Petch Buncha Stadium is probably the most famous beside the Chaweng Stadium. There are regular top-fights at highest level and great entertainment is guaranteed. General Info: Petch Buncha Boxing Stadium Chaweng, Koh Samui Address: Petch Buncha Samui Boxing Ring, Chaweng Choengmon Road, Chaweng, Koh Samui District, Surat Thani, Thailand Capacity: 650 spectators Opening date: 1998 Ticket Prices: Thai citizens ??? Baht Foreigners – from 1200 baht – 2000 baht VIP Ticket The history of Petch Buncha Boxing Ring Stadium, Koh Samui: The Petchbuncha Stadium in Chaweng was built…

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The Chaweng Stadium on Koh Samui is together with the Petch Buncha Stadium, the most important on the island. Here you can watch high-class bouts between fighters of the local Muay Thai schools and also guest fighters from abroad and all over Thailand guarantee top-class entertainment. General Info: Chaweng Stadium, Koh Samui: Address: Laemdin Rd, Koh Samui Surat Thani, Thailand Behind the Solo Bar. Capacity: 550 spectators Opening date: 1999 Ticket prices: 1000-2500 Baht The history of the Chaweng Stadium, Koh Samui: The Chaweng Stadium in Chaweng Beach, Koh Samui was built in close proximity to the entertainment district around…

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Muay Thai has in its long tradition spawned a big range of different Muay Thai techniques. Many moves were specially designed to kill. In this article, however, we consider only the Muay Thai techniques for competitive sport. Muay Thai Techniques – All you need to know about Thai Boxing Moves Muay Thai techniques and the three distances: In the martial art of Muay Thai, there is a distinction between three combat distances. These 3 are the distance fight, the half distance and the Infight. Each distance has their own techniques, which are preferably used. Muay Thai moves in distance fight: Front Kicks…

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Who does some sightseeing in Bangkok, shouldn’t miss a Muay Thai fight in one of the legendary stadiums in Bangkok. The atmosphere is unique and a visit is an amazing experience. Where the visitors, tourists and Muay Thai fans can watch Muay Thai in Bangkok, we show you here. Muay Thai Bangkok – Where to watch? Bangkok is Thailand’s capital and one of the most exciting places on earth. There is nothing that does not exist. A visit to one of the Muay Thai stadiums is a very special experience. Immerse yourself into the microcosm of a Muay Thai stadium in…

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Shin Conditioning tips and exercises: Who doesn’t know the brutal training methods? In many MMA-Movies you can see fighters conditioning their shins in a brutal way. How it really works? We show you here. Shin Conditioning Muay Thai – How to get rock hard shins Rock hard legs are the dream of every Muay Thai fighter. They bring enormous benefits in the fight and the legs are better equipped to elbow blocks and kicks. Therefore, a healthy and continuous shin conditioning training is essential. Here are all the tips and training methods for rock hard Muay Thai shins. The best Shin conditioning…

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To compete in a Muay Thai fight against your opponent it requires intense training and good preparation. The normal Muay Thai training plan is suitable under certain conditions. Here we compiled the best Muay Thai training plan for fight preparation. The preparation plan is designed for full-time professionals in a Muay Thai Camp. Muay Thai Fight Preparation – All tips Intensive Muay Thai Fight preparation plan in the morning: 7:30h – 45-60 minutes / 5-8km jogging or skipping. 8:30h – Short stretching or jumping rope after running (5-10 minutes). 8:40h – Shadow Boxing 3-4 rounds of three minutes or 10 minutes…

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Muay Thai skipping rope: The rope skipping  is in addition to running the most effective method of training in Muay Thai and martial arts training to physical fitness and can help to reach the highest fitness level. Of course,  it also requires some practice in order to master the skipping optimally. Here you find all tips for skipping the rope correctly. Muay Thai Skipping rope techniques What is favored by skipping? The Muay Thai Skipping brings besides the increased endurance even more desirable side effects. Thus, the leg muscles getting stronger, improves breath control and promote coordination and concentration. How to…

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Good Muay Thai Training should always follow a certain procedure and so bring routine into the workout. As a Muay Thai training plan from school to school is different, we have compiled a general Muay Thai training plan here. This refers to the standard training, and is not the same like in prefight preparation phase. The training plan is based on a professional training in a school or a Muay Thai Camp. Of course, the units can also be reduced for amateur and fun fighters. Muay Thai Workout – For professionals and amateurs The everyday Muay Thai training plan in a Muay…

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Any good Muay Thai training always consists of the same fixed procedures and ingredients. It does not matter whether Muay Thai is trained for self defense, fitness or the ring. The following training components should be present in each good Muay Thai workout and be an integral part every Muay Thai training.  The basic Muay Thai Training Mental principles for good and successful Muay Thai Training: Self-discipline: Nobody forces you to train Muay Thai. Self-discipline is paramount. Without this you will not get successful. Listen to your body: Set always realistic targets and listen to your body. Train yourself in patience: Good things…

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Any good Muay Thai training always consists of the same fixed procedures and ingredients. It does not matter whether Muay Thai is trained for self defense, fitness or the ring. The following training components should be present in each good Muay Thai workout and be an integral part every Muay Thai training.  The basic Muay Thai Training Mental principles for good and successful Muay Thai Training: Self-discipline: Nobody forces you to train Muay Thai. Self-discipline is paramount. Without this you will not get successful. Listen to your body: Set always realistic targets and listen to your body. Train yourself in patience: Good things…

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Muay Thai fights look for many at first sight without much rules. This is definitely wrong. The Thai Boxing has a complex set of rules to offer, which is there to protect the fighters and allows a fair fight. Muay Thai Regulation – Techniques, weight classes, round times Since there are not so many different associations in Muay Thai, the rules are almost uniformly and thus easy to internalize. All organizations in the world are subject to the pre-organization of the World Muay Thai Council (WMC) in Thailand. The Muay Thai fight rules are subdivided into Legal techniques, Forbidden techniques and…

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Muay Thai is a very special art of martial arts. So it is not surprising that the Muay Thai also plays the leading role in many movies. One of the most famous Muay Thai movie is probably “Ong Bak”. The spectacular moves and scenes have made the movie all over the world famous. Here come the best Muay Thai Movies ever. Muay Thai Movies – The best Thai Boxing Movies to watch Another classic of the Muay Thai movies is the title “Kickboxer” with Jean Claude Van Damme in the lead role. But this is just the tip of the iceberg. Because…

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You often see Muay Thai fighters bearing the mystical body tattoos. What they mean only a few really know. Muay Thai World explains the magical world of Sak Yant Tattoos.  Muay Thai Tattoos – Sak Yant: The mystical symbols Many Muay Thai fighters wear magic Sak Yant tattoos. But these are by far not only decoration rather they are said to have magical powers that protect the carrier of the symbols. Even in the “normal” population Sak Yant tattoos are extremely popular. Muay Thai World presents you the magical tattoos in detail. The importance of Sak Yant Tattoos in Thailand Sak Yant…

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The Muay Thai documentary series “8 Limbs: Life of a Nak Muay” shows in four impressive episodes, the beauty of Muay Thai and tells 4 independent stories and facts from the world of Muay Thai. Episode 1: In Part 1 of the documentary series, two members of the Phuket Top Team are presented in detail. This is the one of the young fighters Yoduman and on the other his trainer Kru Lucky. Both are preparing in Phuket Top Team camp together for a fight and will be accompanied by the camera. Episode 2: In the second part of the series…

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“Muay Thai Culture and Sport” In the Muay Thai documentary “Muay Thai Culture and Sport” by Aaron Eisenrieder it comes to the history of Muay Thai and life in Muay Thai camps in Thailand. Particular attention was paid to the foreign people who live in train in the many Muay Thai Camps, which only want to be fit or simply try to improve their skills in order to graduate professional bouts. The documentation is absolutely worth seeing and only available in German language and is thoroughly researched and represents life in Muay Thai Camps impressive. Credits: A film by Aaron Eisenrieder…

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The documentation “Muay Thai Born for the fight” of 1997 is a thoroughly researched film about the importance of Muay Thai in the Thai society. In addition to the living in a Muay Thai Camp the legendary Lumpinee Stadium in Bangkok can be seen. The atmosphere in the 90s there was exceptional and is still today the best in the whole of Thailand. The documentary was made with the help of the Thai National Culture Commission, the Torusim Authority of Thailand and can thus safely be described as authentic and highly informative piece of Muay Thai history. Muay Thai Born…

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Fight Quest Muay Thai – Documentary: In the martial arts documentary “Fight Quest – Muay Thai” it is about two fighters who travel to Thailand to improve their Muay Thai and compete at the end of the training phase to professional Thai boxer. Although both are not new to the martial arts and in some cases even trained in the United States Muay Thai, the differences from the classic Muay Thai training in Thailand is immense. Some of the moves were executed completely wrong and only improved by the intensive professional training in Thailand. How the two students beat at the…

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“The noble art of Muay Thai – Thailand’s traditional martial art” is an instructional video, which represent the history and techniques of Muay Thai handsomely. The somewhat older video teaches almost all aspects of Muay Thai and explains many techniques of Muay Thai down to the smallest detail. The instructional video is an absolute must see for Muay Thai friends and one of the best instructional videos in the world of Muay Thai. Content of Muay Thai instructional video: Introduction into the art of Muay Thai Muay Thai training equipment (traditional and modern) The rite of Muay Thai Muay Thai training…

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The Thai Boxing Documentary the “The brothers of Muay Thai” shows the the life of the 2 brothers Antoine and Victor Pinto. The short movie introduces the real life of Muay Thai Pro Fighters in Thailand and their daily training in the Siangboxing Gym. Credits: THAI BOXING Documentary -The brothers of Muaythai-1 Real life of Muay Thai Pro-Fighters (Antoine and Victor Pinto ) at Siangboxing Gym Thailand. http://www.siangboxing.com

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The excellent Muay Thai documentary “WOTM – Warriors of the Mongkon” Episode 1 illustrates the basic features and origins of Muay Thai in impressive pictures and is a special treat for all Muay Thai fans all over the world. WOTM Episode 1 is available only in English Credits: WOTM “Warriors of the Mongkon” Muay Thai series Episode 1 Available to purchase from www.driftwoodcinema.com or on Fuel TV Australia Facebook: www.facebook.com/warriorsofthemongkon

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The report, “Thailand – Children in the ring” tells mainly the story of the brothers Chai and Sak, which already began in childhood with professional Muay Thai training for the dream of money, fame and honor. The report exposes not only the hard daily life of a Muay Thai Fighter, but also the loving  relationship in the family and between the brothers. Also you can see the brothers heading to one of their most important battles in Bangkok in the young career of 2 outstanding fighters. 4 parts of 12 minutes Only available in German.

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Awesome Motivation Video by the Team of Elite Boxing Credits: This is how we are growing – inch by inch as one team / Elite Boxing Muay Thai motivation video. Watch more video at http://www.eliteboxing.tv Special Thanks Gorilla Productions for the inspiration The Speech is by Al Pacino from “Any Given Sunday” Movie Music by The Moon is down – Explosions in the Sky Mixed by Gorilla Productions

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Muay Thai Knockouts – 10 of the best Muay Thai KOs in Thailand vs. Challenger events by Elite Boxing. Have fun! Credits: Top 10 Thailand vs. Challenger Muay Thai Knockouts by Elite Boxing Follow at http://www.facebook.com/eliteboxing Watch more video at http://www.eliteboxing.tv Official Website: http://www.elite-boxing.com

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Of course everyone who loves Muay Thai want also customize the desktop background to his passion. Here Muay Thai World provides a selection of high quality Muay Thai Wallpapers for free download. Muay Thai Wallpaper – Free Download Our Muay Thai Wallpaper are in high resolution (2880×1800 – Retina display) available. In addition, we also provide you a matching Mobile Wallpaper. So you have always your favorite wallpaper even on your phone. Start Download Enjoy! More great Muay Thai wallpapers are available here

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Muay Thai Fight: Tengnueng Sitjaesairung (Red Corner) vs Superchamp Pinthipkorat (Blue Corner) รายการคู่มันส์มวยไทย ทางสถานีกีฬา SMM TV ติดตามได้ในวันจันทร์-ศุกร์ เวลา 23.10 – 00.00 น. เสาร์-อาทิตย์ 20.15 – 20.30 น. Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MuaythaiDaily Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MuaythaiDaily Watch SMM TV online: http://tv.smmonline.net/ 96Sport Radio online: http://radio.smmonline.net/

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A short documentary about Muay Thai in Thailand. “Top of Thailand” shows some of the best Muay Thai fighters in Thailand from the year 2008: Anuwat, Yodsanklai and Saenchai. In addition, the famous Fairtex Camp in Pattaya is presented, which one of the most modern martial arts training facilities in the world was at that time. Credits: Top of Thailand 21.02.2008 A short documentary showing some of Thailand’s finest in Muay Thai, Anuwat, Yodsanklai and Saenchai.

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The Muay Thai documentary “Muay Thai” is a thesis of Saad Khayar at the University of Mannheim and illuminates the history of Muay Thai and Krabi Krabong in Thailand. Given the information of old masters and even the royal Muay Thai Institute was requested. The documentation is thus a very well-researched film about the art of Muay Thai in Thailand and receives from Muay Thai World predicate worth seeing! Unfortunately, the film is currently only available in German language and without subtitles. Credits: Muay Thai – Documentation A thesis by Saad Khayar Sound: Hagen Plieninger, Heiko Schenk

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The documentary “Fears and Dreams of young boxers” is a very nice video about two young Muay Thai fighters in Bangkok. They tell us their lifetime story and how they came to Muay Thai and how important the sport is in their lives. They report about the dreams to be a champion one day and to gain fame and honor. However, their fears and concerns remain not hidden … Credits: Fears & Dreams of Young Boxers The story of two young Muay Thai boxers. They tell us about their path, their fears, and their dream to one day become a champion. July 2013.…

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Muay Thai is the national sport in Thailand. Quite a few young fighter trying to Muay Thai to fame and fortune in order to feed their families. In the Muay Thai camps, they learn the art of Muay Thai in childhood. The daily training and the fact that children grow up with the sport, many become into the best fighters in the country. The video is about two boys who are connected through the hard training in Muay Thai Camp to best friends. Prepare yourself together on the big day for fame and honor. In their faces you recognize the…

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Muay Thai ist eine der ältesten und traditionsreichsten Sportarten der Welt. Viele Informationen und Aufzeichnungen haben die langjährige Geschichte nicht überstanden und sind in Wirren von Krieg und Zerstörung verloren gegangen. Muay Thai World hat nach ausführlicher Recherche die Geschichte des Muay Thai rekonstruiert. Muay Thai Geschichte: Die Geschichte eines Volkes Die Geschichte des Muay Thai ist ein Stück weit auch gleichzeitig die Geschichte des thailändischen Volkes. Eng miteinander verbunden ist beides auch heute noch. Leider weist die lange Geschichte einige Lücken auf. Als die Armee der Burmesen die königliche Hauptstadt Ayutthaya 1763 dem Erdboden gleich machte, gingen unzählige Informationen…

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Muay Thai ist eine der ältesten und traditionsreichsten Sportarten der Welt. Viele Informationen und Aufzeichnungen haben die langjährige Geschichte nicht überstanden und sind in Wirren von Krieg und Zerstörung verloren gegangen. Muay Thai World hat nach ausführlicher Recherche die Geschichte des Muay Thai rekonstruiert. Muay Thai Geschichte: Die Geschichte eines Volkes Die Geschichte des Muay Thai ist ein Stück weit auch gleichzeitig die Geschichte des thailändischen Volkes. Eng miteinander verbunden ist beides auch heute noch. Leider weist die lange Geschichte einige Lücken auf. Als die Armee der Burmesen die königliche Hauptstadt Ayutthaya 1763 dem Erdboden gleich machte, gingen unzählige Informationen unwiederbringlich…

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Muay Thai – which means literally “free boxing” – is a martial art and the national sport and the pride of Thailand. The Thai boxing has a long tradition and has produced many well-known athletes. Even today enjoys Muay Thai still very popular in Thailand and throughout Southeast Asia. Muay Thai – information The history of Thai boxing Muay Thai is practiced in Thailand for over two thousand years, making it one of the oldest martial arts in general. The “science of eight limbs”, so fists, elbows, knees and feet, is the pride of the Thai people and emerged as…

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