Jarvis

Ambitions of a Muay Thai Fighter: George Jarvis Documentary (Part 2)

Ambitions of a Muay Thai Fighter: George Jarvis Documentary (Part 2) – This video is part two of a three-part mini-documentary series about 18 year old British Muay Thai prodigy, George Jarvis & his development as a young fighter with, close comparisons to a couple of other British Thai-boxing sensations in: close friend, Jonathan Haggerty & Daniel McGowan.

George Jarvis recently won his Lion Fight debut in the USA by third round KO & fights out of, Crawley Martial Arts in England; and is trained by both his father, John Jarvis and four-time Muay Thai world champion, Paulo Da Silva.

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This video is Part 2 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, ONE Championship, Yokkao Boxing & John Jarvis.

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Trainor

Damien Trainor Muay Thai Documentary: The Return of Damien Trainor (Part 7)

Damien Trainor Muay Thai Documentary: The Return of Damien Trainor (Part 7) – After a hiatus of about four years, Damien Trainor returned to fighting via Muay Thai Grand Prix for a very special reason after losing his enthusiasm and love for his Muay Thai career after previously fighting Thailand’s, Rungravee Sasiprapa.

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Damien Trainor vs. Adrian Lopez featured as one of the greatest returns of a British Muay Thai legend at Muay Thai Gand Prix 3 on March 26, 2016. This story tells a father’s bond with his infant son and being proud (and fortunate enough) to share such a unique experience that will live with them both, forever.

This video is Part 7 of The Damien Trainor Muay Thai Documentary series.

CREDITS:

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

Find Damien Trainor on Instagram @trainor103

Additional footage courtesy of, Muay Thai Grand Prix.

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McGowan

Daniel McGowan: Ambitions as a Muay Thai Fighter

Daniel McGowan: Ambitions as a Muay Thai Fighter – A mini documentary about 22 year old, two-time world Muay Thai champion, Daniel McGowan – who’s ambition it is to become the first British Thai-boxer to win one of the most prestigious Muay Thai stadium championships in Thailand.

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Daniel McGowan has been coached since the age of 11 years old by former Muay Thai champion, ParnPetch Rirom and recounts: how his journey began as a martial artist; the influence of the late, great Liam Robinson; the life lessons he learnt in his fighting career from childhood into adulthood; and why his ambition to become the first British Thai-boxer to win a Thai stadium championship means so much to him and more.

CREDITS:

Follow Daniel McGowan on Instagram @danielmcgowanmt

With thanks to: Kieran KeddleParnPetch RiromScience Of 8 Promotions & Muay Thai Grand Prix.

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

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Buakaw

Money in Muay Thai & Fighters Pay – Why British Muay Thai “is Getting Bigger BUT Very, Very Slowly”

Money in Muay Thai & Fighters Pay – Why British Muay Thai “is Getting Bigger BUT Very, Very Slowly”Muay Thai Grand Prix world champion, Danny Edwards, explains the issues effecting the development of both Muay Thai and Kickboxing in the UK (and across the western world), including: the money in Muay Thai, fighters pay and how this and much more adversely effects the growth of British Muay Thai.

Edwards fights out of K-Star Legacy Gym in Birmingham, under the coaching of former two-time world champion, Damien Trainor. Edwards’s next Muay Thai fight is against multiple world champion, Michael Wakeling in April 2019 for, the vacant 76.7kg Muay Thai Grand Prix world title.

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Credits:

Interviewed by, Anoop Hothi – Instagram @anoophothi @k1anoop

With thanks to: Danny Edwards (Instagram @edwards901), Damien Trainor (Instagram @trainor103) & K-Star Legacy Gym.

Photo Credit (Featured Image/Thumbnail): Buakaw – Screengrab via YouTube: MAX Muay Thai.

Wakeling

Michael Wakeling “has been around a long time. I prefer being the underdog.” – Danny Edwards Interview

Michael Wakeling “has been around a long time. I prefer being the underdog.” – Danny Edwards Interview with K1ANOOP following the recent announcement of Michael Wakeling vs. Danny Edwards in April 2019 by Muay Thai Grand Prix for the (vacant) 76.7kg world championship title and much more.

Widely regarded as the best British Muay Thai & Kickboxing fighter of his generation, Michael Wakeling will be returning to Muay Thai after two years of inactivity (come April 2019 for, Wakleing vs Edwards) since his last fight against, Dutch Kickboxing veteran, Marco Pique, at Tanko Muay Thai League in early 2017. Whilst Danny Edwards who, fights out of K-Star Legacy Gym under the coaching of Damien Trainor, has been fighting more frequently in recent years.

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Credits:

Interviewed by, Anoop Hothi – Instagram @anoophothi @k1anoop

With thanks to: Danny Edwards (Instagram @edwards901), Damien Trainor (Instagram @trainor103) & K-Star Legacy Gym.

Photo Credit (Featured Image/Thumbnail): Images by K1ANOOP.

Harrison

How Charlie Peters Beat Liam Harrison: The New King of British Muay Thai

Three-time Muay Thai world champion, Kieran Keddle, breaks down how Charlie Peters beat Liam Harrison at Muay Thai Grand Prix 17 via unanimous decision, becoming the new King of British Muay Thai.

Liam Harrison had retained the UK number one 67kg ranking in British Muay Thai for the last 13 years until, Charlie Peters beat “The Hitman”, in a fight that literally everyone gave Peters no chance of winning, with many predicting a knockout victory for Harrison who, had ruled the division and British Muay Thai as the undisputed King.

So, how exactly did Charlie Peters cause a huge upset in what was the biggest fight ever in British Muay Thai history?

The former Muay Thai Grand Prix champion who, has been coached by Kieran Keddle for the last 12 years, had a smart strategy devised by his coach which, Keddle breaks down concisely as to how, Yokkao world champion, Liam Harrison, lost to the new ‘UK number one’ and (unofficially newly crowned) King of British Muay Thai, Charlie Peters.

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Liam Harrison vs. Charlie Peters – Full Fight Video – Muay Thai Grand Prix 17

Here it is! The full fight video of Liam Harrison vs. Charlie Peters at Muay Thai Grand Prix 17 (MTGP 17) on July 7, 2018 at the O2 Indigo, London.

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