Talk about a rough day at the office... A Muay Thai fighter took a brutal elbow to the face during a fight in Thailand this week -- requiring emergency surgery... but don't worry, HE'S OKAY!!!! Pro fighter Jonny Betts was at the Patong…
A former organized-crime enforcer in Bangkok, Chalermpol Sawadsuk embraced Muay Thai in prison and now fights legally for a living.
Considering Gaston Bolanos is fighting for a world title in muay Thai in two weeks, leaving the cage unscathed in less than 80 seconds was certainly a solid way to end his Bellator 189 fight.Filed under: Bellator, News, Videos
An experienced Muay Thai teacher is training his 16 children in the martial art to keep them off the streets and to help pay for their education.
A unique peek inside a Zaha stunner On a low floor of Zaha Hadid’s curvy Wangjing Soho complex in Beijing is a freakin’ fancy Muay Thai studio. Designed by BWAO Studio, the high-design martial arts space is defined by Hadid’s architecture—a...Show More Summary
How a gym in Athens embodies anti-fascism and self-defence through martial arts.
"I've got not family, no money, just give me this one chance." A24 has debuted an intense, badass official trailer for a film titled A Prayer Before Dawn, shot by a French filmmaker in a real Thai prison starring real inmates. This film...Show More Summary
Street Fighter fans, the king of muay Thai is coming for your money. Pop Culture Shock Collectibles recently unveiled its third-scale statue of Sagat, and it looks awesome. The extremely detailed statue is 36.5? tall and…
PCS Collectibles’ latest Street Fighter statue. The Sagat statue is 36.5? tall and has three variants. The standard has no extra parts; the Emperor of Muay Thai has an extra head and torso. The Victory EX looks more like a traditional kickboxer and also has extra parts.
Bellator Kickboxing standout Kevin Ross says there’s a big difference between muay Thai attitudes toward fighting and those in other sports.Filed under: Bellator, Blue Corner, Featured Videos, News, Videos
In a basement in Athens, antifascists are combining their love for Muay Thai with their opposition to racism and sexism.
Nong Rose Baan Charoensuk is the first trans woman to compete at the storied Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.
Check out the video highlights from Friday’s Lion Fight 37 muay Thai event on AXS TV Fights, including some perfectly violent head kicks.Filed under: AXS TV Fights, Blue Corner, Featured, Featured Videos, News, Videos
We’ve been waiting to find out what Tim Duncan’s calling would be after basketball, and nobody’s guesses included “Muay Thai kickboxer,” but here we are. What happens when your training parter is 7ft tall ?? #martialarts #kickboxingShow More Summary
BANGKOK – Clad in a pink tank top and shorts, her face made up with rouge and red lipstick, transgender Muay Thai fighter Nong Rose Baan Charoensuk is a formidable opponent. Just ask Karun “Priewpak” Kaemlam, a male fighter who lost… Read The post Transgender Fighter Beating Down Bigotry appeared first on Towleroad.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Clad in a pink tank top and shorts, her face made up with rouge and red lipstick, transgender Muay Thai fighter Nong Rose Baan Charoensuk is a formidable opponent. Read moreogs | Comments
Gracie Carvalho stays fit with Muay Thai. It doesn't just work your body—it's a mental challenge, too. And it can make you feel seriously powerful.
By Boxing-Boy — Former WBC World Super Bantamweight title holder and famous Muay Thai champion Samart Poptheeratham, aka Samart Payakaroon, was transferred from a local hospital to a Provincial hospital in Kanchanaburi before stopped at Vichaivej Hospital in Bangkok, after having a severe chest discomfort during filming in the night-time of May 24. Show More Summary
Once in a great while we see something spectacular — and MAX Muay Thai in England gave us just that. A double knockdown. Dorian Price and Jonathan Lecat were fighting when the pair struck each other at precisely the same time with a punch and elbow, respectively. The referee, not missing a beat, dropped to one knee and began the count. Show More Summary
Punch v. Elbow.