Author: Fight Record

Featured fighter Mateusz Duczmal of the world-renowned Bad Company in Leeds competes on one of Europe’s biggest kickboxing shows, DSF Kickboxing Challenge, in his native Poland this weekend. The UK -95kg K1 #1 recently returned to Bad Company after a successful training camp at Sitsongpeenong Muay Thai Camp in Bangkok ahead of his fight this weekend against the tough Belarusian fighter Kamkou. View this post on Instagram Last session ✅, I have great preparation here in @sitsongpeenongmuaythai thanks to all trainers and fighters from the camp I’m gonna be back here again for sure !👊🏻 Now time…

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Featured fighter George Mouzakitis, who trains at Petchnoi in Northampton, flew out to Thailand recently where has been training alongside the Petchyindee team in Bangkok for the last few weeks ahead of his fight on the True4u show tomorrow night. The current UK 63.5kg #4 Mouzakitis will make the 90-mile journey north of the Petchyindee Academy to fight on the True4u in Lopburi. When asked about the fight, George said, “So basically tomorrow is my trial fight to get sponsored at Petchyindee.” He added, “It will be live on TV here in Thailand, and if I win this I am…

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We caught up with Matthew Bowater of Glasgow Thai Boxing Academy to ask a few questions on his Muay Thai career so far ahead of his Pro-Am bout against DBMA’s Eddie Gill at Victory IV next Saturday. When and how did you get started in Muay Thai? “I started training boxing about 5 years ago just as something to keep fit and then progressed into Muay Thai from there. I started taking it more seriously when GTBA took over my gym in September/October last year.” When did you start fighting? “I went out to Thailand to train in November last year…

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After signing with Asia’s biggest sports media property ONE Championship earlier this summer, the UK’s top two Welterweights Charlie Peters and Liam Harrison had recently been announced to make their ONE Super Series Muay Thai bouts within weeks of eachother. Harrison was scheduled to face Saemapetch on last week’s Conquest of Champions card before the bout fell through for unknown reasons. It was Alaverdi Ramazanov, who had KO’d Scotland’s Andrew Miller two-weeks prior, that replaced Harrison on a weeks noticed and was subsequently beaten by Saemapetch. UK #1 Charlie Peters was scheduled to make his ONE debut at Destiny of Champions in…

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The Power of Scotland event never fails to impress and the 27th installment of Scotland’s biggest Muay Thai show will be no different; headlined by featured fighter Tam McCourt against Lumpini Crawley’s Reece Thomson, along with BoxFit team-mate Jordan Cumberton against the Irish Stefan Korodi plus much more.

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