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Discussion in 'Muay Thai and Kickboxing' started by equus, Mar 18, 2015.
He came back maybe a little more than a year ago and has had a decent amount of fights.
@anorak Flying to Bangkok tomorrow. I know it's the new year and all that, but any tips on good events to attend in the next couple of weeks?
still not seen much yet mate, nothing really stand out up to the 18th not sure after that, next big big shows look to be on 3rd and 4th of may, you still here then?
Damn, I'm flying back on 1st May. Please let me know if something good pops up before that. Thanks
I know I'm late, but still could you, gurus, comment on this:
Namely, Pet-U-Tong admitted his defeat as early as in 4th round, am I right?
Nice body shot KO :
Any fight with alot of sweeps & tosses recently ?
This was a wild one:
It was a pretty underwhelming performance from him, Rob said there were rumours that he didn't train much for the fight.
Fight of the year contender.
Holy mother of God.
Not a high level fight, but still very entertaining and a good comeback.
How many times has Youssef dislocated his shoulder?
Banchameks ex boxing trainer now working at Sitsonpeenong. Looks like the rumors are true.
If this isn't a joke why don't fighters train more ? I thought each gym bet money on a fighter so there was always something t stake.
yes there is often lots of money riding on the fights, but the fighters themselves can be very lazy and not always easy to control. Not every gym bets and not ever gym bets at the same level, some maybe a few thousand baht, some like PKSaenchai can be upwards of a million baht, the boxers there don't often get the chance to be lazy and have to perform, not every gyms works the same though.
On second thought, let's not go to Evolve 'tis a silly place