So you wanna be a f*cking fighter? This video will teach you everything you need to know to be the ultimate badass. First, you’re going to need a lot of liquor. Next step is to find a metal pole. Then bash you shins and elbows against it until either they get really tough or they … Read more
Cris Cyborg fought her third pro Muay Thai bout last night, dropping a unanimous decision to 35-0 Dutch giant Jorina Baars at Lion Fight 14 in Las Vegas. With Cyborg displaying a power advantage, Baars certainly had the technical advantage, experience advantage, as well as the height and reach advantage.
Former women’s Strikeforce featherweight MMA champion Cris Cyborg ventured over into the land of muay thai where she had a career record of (2-0) to take on undefeated muay thai fighter Jorina Baars (35-0-3). Cyborg weathered a very difficult first round in which she was repeatedly rocked to make the fight very competitive in the later rounds.
On this season of The Ultimate Fighter (TUF 18), Team Tate brought in Muay Thai legend Melchor Menor to assist as a striking coach. In this clip Melchor gives Team Tate a lesson in how to mentally block out pain while breaking a baseball bat with his shin. … Now mentally blocking out the pain is one thing… the real question is how does he do this without breaking his g*ddam leg! WTF?
Taking place on the main card of UFC Fight Night 29 is a light heavyweight battle between Brazilian striker Thiago Silva and National Wrestling Champion Matt Hamill. Both men are at a sort of at a crossroads in their career. Thiago Silva has had trouble when it comes to passing his drug tests. Matt Hamill has had trouble dealing with the top contenders. Both men are coming off a win.Silva over former Strikforce Champion Rafael Cavalcante, and Matt Hamill over Roger Hollet
Our old friend Jacob Klensin, the documentarian who traveled around to the different Muay Thai gyms in Thailand and shared his experiences with us through his Journey Through Thailand video blog series and The Figure of Fighting photographs, is back with “Born Ready” a new mini documentary series featuring four young Muay Thai fighters between the ages of 12 and 17 who train together at Sitan Gym in Philadelphia under trainer and accomplished fighter Rami Ibrahim.
Historic Eagles Club Grand Ballroom Hosts NAFC “Knockout Kings” ROAD TO GLORY April 11, 2013 (Milwaukee, WI, USA) Few names are as synonymous with professional Kickboxing than Milwaukeean Duke Roufus. As well, even fewer Americans are as well-versed in the Thai art of kickboxing, or Muay Thai, as Duke Roufus. So it came as no … Read more