Jarvis

The Future of British Muay Thai: George Jarvis Documentary (Part 3)

The Future of British Muay Thai: George Jarvis Documentary (Part 3) – In this concluding part of the series, 18 year old British Muay Thai fighter, George Jarvis looks ahead at the future of British Muay Thai talent (ranging from 18-25 years of age) and how the likes of: Jonathan Haggerty, Daniel McGowan, Evan Jays, Thai Barlow, Joe Craven (and many more) are already proving that they will be competing on the world stage of, Muay Thai and Kickboxing, over the coming decade (if not longer).

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This video is Part 3 of The George Jarvis Muay Thai Documentary series.

CREDITS:

Edited, filmed & interviewed by, Anoop Hothi – Instagram @anoophothi

Find George Jarvis on Instagram @georgejarv1

Additional footage sourced via: Muay Thai Grand Prix, ROAR Combat League, Yokkao Boxing & John Jarvis.

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Jays

Evan Jays on Joe Le Maire being “a real test of skill, heart, determination” – MTGP 17

Evan Jays vs Joe Le Maire will feature tonight at Muay Thai Grand Prix 17 which, is headlined by Liam Harrison vs Charlie Peters at the O2 Indigo, London. Jays and Le Maire are both 19 and 20 years of age, respectively and two of the most talented young and upcoming Thai-boxers in Europe.

Joe Le Maire has been training extensively in Thailand at Petchyindee Gym and has is an IFMA Muay Thai medalist of note. Evan Jays is coming off a loss from his Lion Fight debut in the USA at Lion Fight 42 but is in good spirits leading up-to what has all the ingredients of being an exciting match-up between a counter fighter in Jays and a strong offensive fighter in Le Maire.

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Verhoeven

Why Rico Verhoeven and GLORY Kickboxing need the UK

GLORY Kickboxing return to the UK on June 2 with GLORY 54 Birmingham headlined by, Rico Verhoeven vs Mladen Brestovac. However, with four UK events planned in the next 18 months, GLORY need the UK market to fall in love with both kickboxing and their most prolific champion, Rico Verhoeven.

Evan Jays and Anoop Hothi assess what more needs to be done by GLORY, especially when there is a rich pool of kickboxing talent in the UK that’s not featuring on the main cards of GLORY 54 and more.

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Sitthichai

Sitthichai vs. Tyjani Beztati, Cedric Doumbe vs. Thongchai | GLORY 53 | Evan Jays and K1ANOOP preview

Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong vs. Tyjani Beztati and Cedric Doumbe vs. Thongchai Sitsongpeenong will feature on both the GLORY 53 Lille main card and SuperFight Series on May 12. So, Evan Jays and K1ANOOP preview these fights and weigh-up the strengths of each of the four fighters in their match-ups.

Does Beztati cause a major upset by dethroning GLORY Kickboxing champion, Sitthichai and does Doumbe simply have too much skill for Thongchai’s offensive toughness?

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Jays

The Evan Jays Interview | K1ANOOP and The ‘Boy Wonder’ of UK Muay Thai

The ‘Boy Wonder’ of UK Muay Thai, 18 year old Evan Jays and K1ANOOP catch-up following Evan’s Lion Fight debut loss against, Ricardo Mixco in the USA at Lion Fight 42; and look ahead at what’s next come Muay Thai Grand Prix 16 (MTGP 16) in July and preview GLORY 53 Lille: Sitthichai vs. Tyjani Beztati and Cedric Doumbe vs. Thongchai.

Evan Jays and K1ANOOP also dig deeper into the significance of GLORY Kickboxing’s upcoming return to the UK at GLORY 54 Birmingham, after 5 years since GLORY 5 London; and the wealth of British Kickboxing and Muay Thai talent readily available to GLORY to capitalise on.

Also, Evan Jays explains why he believes fellow Double K Gym team-mate and former MTGP world champion, Charlie Peters, beats Yokkao world champion, Liam Harrison at MTGP 16 and much more.

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Jays

Evan Jays vs. Ricardo Mixco | Lion Fight 42 Preview | Kieran Keddle and K1ANOOP

Kieran Keddle and K1ANOOP preview Evan Jays vs. Ricardo Mixco which, features on Lion Fight 42 – the fight will be Evan’s US debut for the promotion. The 19 year old British Muay Thai prodigy has been coached by Double K Gym’s head coach, Kieran Keddle, over the last five years and is set to make a dream come true this weekend, fighting for Lion Fight Promotions at Foxwoods.

Lion Fight 42 is headlined by, the promotion’s female world super-lightweight champion, Antonina Shevchenko vs. Claire Baxter and will also feature: GLORY and K-1 veteran, Chris Mauceri vs. Eric Rocha and the UK’s Carlton Lieu vs. Jafar Toshev in which, Lieu will be defending his Muay Thai Grand Prix super-lightweight world championship.

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Jays

Evan Jays on fighting Tomonori in Japan and fighting smart | K1Anoop

Evan Jays who, trains out of Double K Gym, recently turned 18 years of age and will fight Japanese veteran Tomonori under full Thai rules (FTR) in Japan on June 11, 2017. Tomonori Sato (40 years old) is a lot older than Jays and has fought the likes of UK Muay Thai legend, Damien Trainor.

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