Thailand is well-known for gender reassignment surgeries for trans folks. And trans people are visible everywhere – they work as flight attendants, they are in the entertainment industry, they are making coffee in the malls, and they are fighting Muay Thai.
Muay Thai Guy’s humble beginnings started off with Sean just documenting his training and fighting. He shared his journey with a small but tight-knit group of fellow enthusiasts. Over time, the platform grew as Sean continued to share his experiences as a fighter, even after he went pro. He also started selling ebooks, making Podcast episodes, and hosting Muay Thai retreats!
The second episode of Muay Ying is up! Thai-Ngan Le talks about how she went from corporate American to living and breathing as a nak muay in Thailand. She’s been at Fairtex for the last 6 months and shares what brought her to make such a decision. She also has Lumpinee set in her sights for the near future.
You can listen to the podcast by following the link or searching “Muay Ying” wherever you prefer to listen to podcasts!
Recently turned 18, Summer Bronco is anything but ordinary. The teenager already has multiple accomplishments under her belt – IFMA World Youth Games medalist, WBC Amateur Youth champion… all while studying in high school and slinging acai bowls as her part-time job.
Fight records can be overrated. With most countries not having a general cohesiveness in who’s who in the Muay Thai scene, always take fight records with a grain of salt.
Historical Moment for Muay Thai – Lumpinee Finally Has Its First-Ever Women’s Fight [Full Fight Video Included]
Many thought they would never live to see the moment, but on September 18, 2021, it finally happened. Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, infamous for its signs around the ring forbidding women to touch the stage, hosted its first female bout.