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Hello MWG,

I myself am a massive massive fan of Muay Thai. I keep up with all the fighters and attended shows on a regular basis. I train 5 days a week every week and I am working my way to fighting proffesional very soon. I have 3 amateurs fights under my belt currently and I love the sport more than anything!

Muay Thai is "similar" to kickboxing but allows the use of knees, elbows and clinching. It is a aggressive sport which requires dedication and motivation! To me it is a very underrated sport and should be at the high lights as boxing and UFC are but myself I think that it is only a matter of time before it will take off to those heights.

And now why I'm posting :P..... I have recently watched a documentary about one of the greatest thai fighters to have lived and I loved it! The film showed this guy from a personal view and is beautifully created.

The video can be viewed at

The video costs just $6.99 to watch and you can watch it for 48 hours! It's AMAZING film and the producers of this film really need supporting! They had alot of troubles along the road when making this film and faced many money troubles with their tight budgets and we need to support people like this for their dedication and excellent work!

Post below if you watch this or wanna chat about Mauy thai :)

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I don't like fighting overall really.. Last year I was walking to a job interview, and I was beaten up by a few guys, they could have robbed anyone that day, and it happened to be me lol (probably from the smart attire i was wearing)...They took everything I had really, from my wallet, money, papers, side-bag, to even bus pass, apparently doctors say I had enough damage to head I could have died or be put in a coma but luckily that didn't happen. When I was in hospital, the police said I could take on a case but I never did, I didn't want the hassle.

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I don't like fighting overall really.. Last year I was walking to a job interview, and I was beaten up by a few guys, they could have robbed anyone that day, and it happened to be me lol (probably from the smart attire i was wearing)...They took everything I had really, from my wallet, money, papers, side-bag, to even bus pass, apparently doctors say I had enough damage to head I could have died or be put in a coma but luckily that didn't happen. When I was in hospital, the police said I could take on a case but I never did, I didn't want the hassle.

Wow, that is quite bad. :eek:

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I don't like fighting overall really.. Last year I was walking to a job interview, and I was beaten up by a few guys, they could have robbed anyone that day, and it happened to be me lol (probably from the smart attire i was wearing)...They took everything I had really, from my wallet, money, papers, side-bag, to even bus pass, apparently doctors say I had enough damage to head I could have died or be put in a coma but luckily that didn't happen. When I was in hospital, the police said I could take on a case but I never did, I didn't want the hassle.

All the more reason to do a sport like Muay Thai. Me and a friend found ourselves in a similar position in which 3 fully grown men (We are both 17 years old) jumped out of a car on us and tried attacking us and taking our things but due to us both doing Muay Thai after a 10 minute fight in the street they realised they had found the wrong people to pick on, got back in their car and drove off. Self defense is one of the most important things to learn!

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All the more reason to do a sport like Muay Thai. Me and a friend found ourselves in a similar position in which 3 fully grown men (We are both 17 years old) jumped out of a car on us and tried attacking us and taking our things but due to us both doing Muay Thai after a 10 minute fight in the street they realised they had found the wrong people to pick on, got back in their car and drove off. Self defense is one of the most important things to learn!

It's just a shame in our country that hitting someone even in defence of your home can get you prosecuted. They expect the British population to be trained in brazilian jiu jitsu so we can painlessly eliminate threats and call the police at the same time.

But yeah, I used to do a fair amount of taekwondo and then some kickboxing. I would do muay thai but I would have to get used to the squared stance all over again! Although I used to find kicking more enjoyable than punching, I would probably just do boxing in the future as I don't think my legs are getting any looser.

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The squared stance is something I prefer, makes it possible to get so much more power in your kicks.

I did taekwondo and I don't agree with that. It helps with certain kicks and especially kneeing, but it doesn't give you so much more power. A roundhouse or a turning sidekick in a non-square stance is very powerful.

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Nope I have not yet. I also got into a fight yesterday, my neighbours were drunk and they spat on my mum :/ So me and my brothers beated the **** out of them. I have a court case going on.

GBH lol, little ****ers they are.

That sounds terrible.

Can someone explain to me the mentality of "I am going to bully/abuse/steal from some random person - oh **** they beat me up. I have to go prosecute them in a court of law now."

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