How to follow muay thai

Discussion in 'Muay Thai and Kickboxing' started by jtwarwagon4life, Apr 18, 2017.

  1. PeakyBlinder Blue Belt

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  2. esum80 แทงเข่าขวา

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  3. Khio White Belt

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    I used most of the tine adintrend for watch thai channel.

    When i will go back in Europe i will consider to take a subscription to thaiflix service, its seems to be work well, but little bit pricey
     
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    this is awesome and super helpful! Thank you!
     
  5. 0100 White Belt

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    Does Ch 3, 5, 7, 8 or any other channel televise the Monday-Thursday fights at Rajadamnern and Lumpinee?
     
  6. esum80 แทงเข่าขวา

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    live/recorded fights are posted here:
    http://forums.sherdog.com/threads/recent-fights-results-news-from-thailand.2961757/

    here is what i know...

    channel 3 televises the thursday night rajadamnern fight and also the fights at omnoi.
    channel 5 or 22 broadcasts the saturday lumpinee fights, once in a while they might show the bigger friday events.

    i am not sure about channel 7 since they have their own thing on sundays and channel 8 now has their own show, the champion, on sundays as well.
     
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    ^Great, thanks so much for the info!
     
  8. Mafanofe Black Belt

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    lol sprry for this shit

    i was a bit crazy when i" posted it.

    btw wgp53 was good
     
  9. Kanka Black Belt

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    What facebook/instagram pages are you guys following nowadays?

    Mine main ones are probably Siam Fight News on facebook, muaythairesults and yoksutai on instagram
     
  10. Kanka Black Belt

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    Can we get an update on this thread?

    The ones i get my news from in 2020 are still Muaythairesults (instagram), Siam fight news (facebook). But i feel like it has become harder to find fights on youtube by searching for the fighters name in english. For instance, Muangthai vs Panpayak shows me no result (found it on facebook though).

    For instance MuayTies only uploads some fights on fb, none on youtube.

    The muaythai2000 links aren't working either.
    @esum80 @Khonda @Yodsanan
     
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  11. SuperLuigi Red Belt

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    ^The new muaythai2000 interface is a total mess for me, it looks better but its less intuitive.
     
  12. Tayski Stand-up Fighting

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    I've given up trying to keep up with fights and results from different Facebook groups + Instagram + MT2000 website, instead I just go to the "recent fight news from Thailand" thread and get most of the latest fight announcements and fight streams there. Lazy I know, but when you have a full time job and other hobbies it's really hard to keep up otherwise. So good to have a place like Sherdog with such knowledgeable people gathered in that thread: https://forums.sherdog.com/threads/recent-fights-results-news-from-thailand.2961757/
     
  13. Kanka Black Belt

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    True,
    I feel like language is the biggest barrier... Most muay thai news is posted in thai.
     
  14. Monte Moku Kame-sen'nin

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    Please note that posting the same thing multiple times in multiple forums or threads is against the rules. It's best to just ask your question and accept what answers you get. Also doing research online, as well as using the search tool on the website will help a lot as well.
     
  15. SuperLuigi Red Belt

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    Sign up at your local gym, you wont regret it.
     
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    Useful. Cheers!
     

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