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Audiences Allowed Back In Thailand’s Stadiums

Some more good news from Thailand regarding the fight scene: A few days ago, the Ministry of Tourism & Sports of Thailand signed an order that will allow audiences back into stadiums starting August 13, 2020. Please support the continuation of content on Muay Ying via Patreon Many Muay Thai fans are rejoicing as they have another option in addition to watching from their electronic devices. This is great news for the stadiums that charge spectators, foreigners and Thais, entrance fees.

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Muay Thai Fights are Officially Back on in Thailand – With Some Precautions

With gyms given the “OK” to open up again early June, many gyms scrambled to get their fighters back in shape for the shows that were rumored to start in mid to late June. However, those shows that were announced, mainly at Channel 7 and Omnoi, were postponed due to the government still forbidding fights from happening. Many fighters breathed a sigh of relief as it gave them more time to get their bodies back in shape after months of

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Pakorn PK Saenchaimuaythaigym Involved in Assault Case

Famous Muay Thai Fighter Pakorn PK Saenchaimuaythaigym is involved in an assault case against his former classmate. On April 26, 2020, Pakorn allegedly went to an unnamed barbershop at Rama II Road in Bangkok around 2:30 p.m with some friends with intent to harm the shop owner. 27-year old Thanyapisit Saetang (nicknamed “Oat”) owns the shop and knew Pakorn from the Thai Vocational College of Technology. They were in the same class last year, and it seemed like Pakorn came to

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Brooke Farrell vs Sawsing Sor. Sopit II: A Photo Essay

October 19, 2019. It was a typical evening in Bangkok for most. At the tail end of monsoon season, the country wasn’t out of the clear just yet when it came in rain. The air was thick with heat and humidity. The inaugural show of Muay Hardcore hadn’t even started, and the small section outside of Baan Chao Praya was already filled with bodies. Fighters, Muay Thai enthusiasts, and passerby were all huddled around the ring, trying to find the best space

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Muay Hardcore – October 19, 2019: Fight Results

The inaugural show of Muay Hardcore on October 19 was shown on Channel 8 and was promoted by the TV’s studio’s longer-running Super Champ 8 show. The entire card showcased Muay Thai in MMA gloves in three-round bouts. Most of the fights ended by knockout. The main event was a rematch between Sawsing Sor. Sopit and Brooke Farrell. This bout made history in Thailand as the first televised female Muay Thai match with MMA gloves. You can read about this bout

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Muay Thai Grand Prix 8 Fight Card

MTGP is a UK-based promotion and has featured local and international talent on their show. Sanctioned by the World Muaythai Council, they’re bringing traditional Muay Thai to Athens, Greece on May 20, 2017. The event will have a 4-man tournament. The fighters will weigh in at 67 kg and will fight 3 x 3 rounds. The participants of the tournament are: Nikos Grantzidis Thanasis Koukoufikis Alexandros Maragkakis Giorgos Moustakis The only confirmed female bout will be between Sofia Teskou and Elpida Nasiopoulou.

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Thai Fight Samui to Showcase Females for First Time. Updated Fight Card.

  Thai Fight is back for another installment in Samui, Thailand this Saturday. The Thailand-based promotion has hosted a number of domestic and international shows and always has top names such as Saenchai, Sudsakorn, and the Pinto brothers competing on the shows. This Saturday, the will see some well-known Thai talent that are newly signed onto Thai fight: Padsaenlek Rachanon Kongsak Sitboonmee Saensatharn PK Saenchai Gym Aroondej Petchsupapan Manasak Sor.Jor. Lekmuangnon Some familiar faces such as PTT Petchrungrueng, Youssef Boughanem, and Saiyok Pimphanmuang

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Introduction

Female fighters are extremely underrated and almost only included in lists and rankings specifically for females. Instead of “Top 5 Female Muay Thai Fighters”, why can’t some of them be included in “Top 5 Muay Thai Fighters”? It is a FACT that some of the most exciting fights are fought between females. So why aren’t they getting the attention they deserve? It’s time to put females on the map! One of the biggest frustrations many people have is that news on female Muay

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