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.
“The Best Lightweight” in European MMA: Terry Brazier – BAMMA two-weight world champion, Terry Brazier prepares for his Bellator MMA debut against Chris Bungard at Bellator Europe 1 on February 9, 2019 in this mini-documentary video filmed at, NFM Windsor on Boxing Day.
Terry Brazier (10-1) won the BAMMA welterweight and lightweight world championships by defeating Alex Lohore and Rhys McKee, respectively, in 2018 before signing for Bellator MMA.
Having made British MMA history in a relatively short professional MMA career over the last three years, Brazier who, previously served in the British Army, has set himself some serious goals for 2019 and beyond at Bellator, including: winning his Bellator debut before intending to beat former UFC champion, Benson Henderson in America and then becoming the new Bellator lightweight champion by defeating the current champion, Michael Chandler.
However, first and foremost, Brazier has to defeat Scottish MMA fighter, Chris Bungard at Bellator Europe 1 and in this video, we see Terry Brazier training and sparring with his his team-mates at NFM Windsor, before flying out to Phuket, Thailand for the remainder of his fight camp for his Bellator MMA debut.
Damien Trainor Muay Thai Documentary: “I Found it Degrading” Fighting in Thailand (Part 4) –Damien Trainor opens-up on his personal experiences of fighting Muay Thai in Thailand during the early 2000’s when he lived & fought over there (in the early part of his fighting career).
Former two-time Muay Thai world champion, Damien Trainor, recounts how Thailand’s poverty and gambling culture had adverse effects on Muay Thai fighters from the hardships he endured, long before Thailand became a favourite training destination for Kickboxing, MMA and Muay Thai enthusiasts from around the world, with demoralising and disheartening consequences for fighters.
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This video is part four of a new Muay Thai documentary series on Damien Trainor’s journey as a martial artist, becoming a professional fighter and multiple world champion, now renown international striking coach in-demand from elite fighters in the UFC, Bellator & GLORY Kickboxing.
Ramon Dekkers will always be remembered as one of the (if not) greatest of all time fighters from the Netherlands and undoubtedly the greatest ‘Muay Farang’ who, took on anyone and everyone in Thailand and beat them up, good and proper.
Lumpinee champions were no longer unbeatable once they crossed paths with the “Turbine from Hell” and the rest as they say, is history. Real Muay Thai and kickboxing history that greatly influenced the sport, (both rule sets i.e. K1 and Thai rules) to evolve in the manner that it has, in this day and age of combat sports.
“The Diamond” will always inspire future generations of aspiring fighters for his awesome achievements and for being an absolute legend of the sport. Sadly, Ramon is no longer with us and passed away on February 23, 2013. Dekker’s was only 43 years of age at the time of his passing which, was a huge loss for his family, friends and the world of martial arts.
Spencer Brown is a 19 year old Muay Thai fighter from the UK who, will be fighting against another 19 year old in George Mouzakitis at, Yokkao 23/24: Next Generation on March 25, 2017. Brown has been training at the Yokkao Training Centre in Bangkok, in-preparation for this clash since January.
The full interview has been split into two parts, with part two being available to watch, listen and download from tomorrow i.e. March 21, 2017.
Richard Abraham is a US Muay Thai fighter and welterweight contender for GLORY Kickboxing who, fights Antoine Pinto, at GLORY 38 in Chicago on February 24, 2017. Abraham who, is actually from Chicago, opens-up about all the trials and tribulations he’s experienced and had to overcome, in getting to where he is today and achieve things in life as: an individual, a brother, family man and fighter.