Have you noticed that the Dutch seem to destroy everyone at muay thai? And the first person ( Anuwat Kaewsamrit) to ever win the Lumpinee, and Rajadamneon titles is a great boxer. I feel that developing a great combination between punching and kicks is what makes these people accel. My question is what do you consider to be beneficial boxing techniques that could be applied to muay thai. Currently I train muay thai and want to work in 2 extra days of pure boxing a week. I obviously punch in muay thai, but I want some time just dedicated to my hands for improvement. I think some things don't carry over so well due to the ability to kick (like for instance some slips where your arm protects your sides, a good mid kick would break your arm doing that.) But I am a shorter stockier fighter and things like over hand rights and body shots would work really well for me. So when I go to boxing class as a shorter stocky muay thai fighter what should my practice aims be?