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  • Gago Drago at Millennium Martial Arts

    Northumberland-based Millennium Martial Arts were recently treated to a seminar with one of the best –70kg fighters of a generation: Gagik Harutyunyan, better known as Gago Drago. Having fled from his native Armenia due to civil war, Gago arrived in Holland at the age of four. By the time he’d reached 14, he’d started his kickboxing journey at Gym Alkmaar, and he's never looked back.


    Drago is known for his aggressive style; always pushing forward and putting on a show. His charismatic approach to fighting won him fans all over the world, and Millennium Martial Arts’ Tony Cunningham was pleased to confirm he brings the same level of enthusiasm to his teaching.

    “The seminar was fantastic,” says Tony. "Gago is obviously a top K-1 Max fighter from back in the day, and former Enfusion champion, but he was really well known for entertaining the crowd and his big ring entrances. His style was fearless: always moving forward and attacking. He didn’t win them all, I think he won about 90%, but he's fought the best of the best; guys like Mike Zambidis, Andy Souwer and Buakaw.”

    Having mixed it with the best fighters on the planet, Drago’s career spans over 108 fights, with 35 of his wins coming via KO. His unorthodox style and unique combinations made for a great seminar, Tony Cunningham confirms: “His style of teaching is just like his fighting style: it’s all about attack, attack, attack; and he’s full character. Everyone loved the seminar; he came in with a fantastic attitude and was playing lots of jokes and tricks. It was a great atmosphere all day and he obviously showed some great stuff, looking at some unique set-ups for the low kick and for the knee.”

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  • New Junior Sandee Ambassador - Muhammad Abu-Bakr

    Abu-Bakr joins the Sandee Ambassador Programme

    It is with great pleasure that we welcome to the Sandee Junior Ambassador Programme, 8 Limb's Muay Thai's very own 10 Year old, Muhammad Abu-Bakr!

    • Ranked UK No1 -27kg
    • 27 fights 24 wins 3 losses
    • 2013 WKA British Open Muay Thai Champion -19kg
    • 2013 WKA British Open K1 Champion -19kg
    • 2013 TMAX Muay Thai Champion -20kg
    • 2014 WKA British Open K1 Champion -23kg
    • 2015 Sandee Northern Championships Finalist Muay Thai
    • 2015 WKA English Muay Thai Champion -25kg
    • 2015 Sandee UK Finals Muay Thai Champion -24kg
    • Sandee shortlisted for Male fighter of the tournament Muay Thai
    • 2015 WKA British Open K1 Champion -23kg
    • 2015 WKA British Open Muay Thai Champion -23kg
    • 2015 ISKA Junior European Muay Thai Champion 25kg
    • 2015 WTKA British Muay Thai Champion 25kg
    • 2015 WKU Commonwealth Muay Thai Champion 25kg
    • 2015 WKA English Muay Thai Tournament Champion -25kg
    • 2016 WTKA World Muay Thai Champion 26kg
    • 2016 WKU British Open Muay Thai Champion -27kg
    • 2016 British Asian Achievers Award at The Houses of Parliament
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    Welcome to the SANDEE family, Abu!

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  • SANDEE Ambassador Programme

    SANDEE Ambassador Programme

    Most brands are only really interested in supporting fighters when they have made it on to the world stage, when they start sponsoring them with free product which obviously puts that brand in the media spotlight, whether it be TV, press or social media platforms. No brand has asked what happens to the support before they get to the world stage? ….

    The reality is this …. There is no or very little support at best, for youngsters as they progress from competing on their own local interclub event to the world stage, except for the tireless work their instructors do with them or their supportive parents having to continually fund new equipment, much of it over priced & simply not affordable, or worse still, cheap & not safe to use. As a result, there is a vast amount of talent that never gets to the Main Stage, simply because they do not have the funds to ensure they have the right equipment to fight in & with

    In light of this, we are putting together a team of ambassadors for what is one of the oldest & most credible Muay Thai brands in the world….SANDEE.  These individuals have been selected to join our team not just because they are some of the best talent out there today, but because they promote good discipline, are doing well in school or college, are behaving in the right way and also have respect & show all the characteristics that attracts many people to Muay Thai

    And so this month, we are pleased to announce our very first Sandee Ambassador to the team,  Joe Ryan

    Joe Ryan

    Joe Ryan

    Joe is 12 years old, and started training at 6 years old at his dad’s gym.  His first fight was at 7yrs old, and is currently unbeaten in over 3 years with 27 straight wins

    During 2016 Joe had 11 fights, with 11 wins

    In 2016 Won the Sandee Intercontinental Tournament

    Joe also holds the Sandee British Title (SandeeSuperShow #1)

    Joe had 4 fights 4 wins in Italy - WTKA World Championships

    Titles won over 3 years:

    • ICO Area
    • WKA English
    • WKA British
    • WRSA British
    • Sandee open - British Sandee Intercontinental -open SandeeSuperShow
    • UKMF British
    • Unified world Champion - Spain
    • WTKA World Champion - Italy
    • WTKA European U.K. No#1

  • Black Friday Deals



    It's that time of the year again! As always, your friends at Sandee will be offering-up some amazing discounts across the whole range this Black Friday, giving you the chance to pick up some premium gear at ridiculously low prices.

    We will be running our Black Friday promotions from mid-day on Thursday November 24th until mid-day on Monday November 28th. Make sure you keep an eye on our social networks for details of all our discounts on offer.

    Don't forget to check out our recently launched Sandee Sport and Neon glove range, which will all be available within our Black Friday promotion.


    Visit our online store HERE


    The winner of our NEON gloves giveaway is…


    Paul Williams. 

    Don’t forget to sign-up to our newsletter for news on our latest products and future giveaways via the link HERE.



    To help celebrate the launch of our new NEON gloves, we thought it was time to offer-up a pair to one of our faithful Sandee followers!

    All you need to do for a chance to win a pair of NEON gloves in your preferred colour is sign up to our newsletter via the bottom of the homepage HERE.

    And that’s it! We will pick a random winner on June 21st.


  • The Fight That Changed History: Rhangpuek Kiatsongrit vs Rick Roufus

    Inspired by Muay Thai Pro's excellent article - legendary fighters go to war in one of the first Muay Thai vs. Kickboxing bouts. This fight had significant impact on North American Kickboxing and Muay Thai. Duke Roufus was deeply influenced by this bout! Enjoy.

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  • 20 Reasons Why We Love The Main Event Muay Thai



    So its been a month since the Main Event, one of Europe's top Muay Thai Boxing Show had its first show at the fantastic Barclaycard Arena, in Birmingham's City Centre.

    SANDEE have sponsored this event since the beginning in its early incarnation as the Rumble at The Reebok back in 2009 and every event since.

    Promotors Darren Morris and Phil Shedden of the Main Event, have a formula which appears simple on paper, but belies the amount of work involved in putting on a show of this magnitude.

    Put on a great show packed with Full Thai Rules Muay Thai Fights featuring some of the best fighters in the world, hold it in a prestigious venue, and wrap it all up with an amazing production of Lights, Bangs, Flashes, Dancing girls, Firework, Racing Bikes and Fire. And that's just the beginning. Add to the mix: Drama, Blood, Sweat  and Tears, Knockouts, Knockdowns, Countdowns, Lowdowns, High Kicks, Lowkicks, Legends,  Pain and Glory  and lots of noise and it all adds up to the unique night of Thai Boxing Action which is the main Event. So here are  21 reasons why we love it.

    1. The Start of the Show

    We are always treated to a small sun going supernova at the Main Event, this year was no exception. Add to that a troup of dancing girls and 100 decible bangs and you know your at the Main Event.



    2. The Headkicks

    Its not called Muay Thai Kickboxing for nothing. SANDEE Fighter Panicos is a top boxer, but he can also launch a high kick faster than most people can punch.

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    3 The Fighting Females

    In Muay Thai the girls are as tough as the Guys, no question. Here's a steely eyed Nicola Kaye from Bad Company sealing the ring, 2 minutes before facing her foe Grace Spicer.

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    4. The Good Old Rocky Punch

    You cant beat a good old fashioned war with some huge bombs being thrown. There are always a good number of these kind of fights on the Main Event. Here Arron Tunrer lands the big Rocky Right on Michael Phan.

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    5. The Main Event Special Fight Gloves and Shorts

    Here at SANDEE we always do a special set of gloves and thai shorts that all the fighters get to keep if they fight on the show. This time Lace Up Orange or Blue Fluro Gloves with the Main Event Logo. You have to fight on the Mian Event to own a pair. (note you can now get 'em as velco sans MainEvent logo just click the pic)


    6. The Behind the Scenes Buzz

    If you a fan out front then unfortunately you dont get to witness any of this. But the teams coaches and staff all get to feel the buzz and unique atmosphere that goes on before during and after the fights are taking place. Here SANDEE Fighter Panicos Yusuf warms up with Coach Tony Myers,.

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    7. The Lights!

    Just about one of the best lighting rigs seen at any combat sports show. The Birmingham Arena laser beams and red mist makes it look like spaceships are landing. Imaging being a fighter walking out to this.

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    8. Never Say Die Fighting Spirit

    Aaron Turner didnt look like he was going tio win this, after suffering a bunch of bad cuts from Michael Phan it wasnt going his way. But Fighters fight, and the best fighters dont give up. Aaron won by TKO.

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    9. Emerging Special Talent

    Special talent is the best way of describing SANDEE Athelete Dakota Ditcheva shown on the right about to get her hand raised. This was upposed to be Dakota's hardest fight to date and it ended up been a one sided destruction. Definately one to watch out for.

    Dakota Ditcheva at the Main Event

    10. The Unorthodox Fighters.

    Although fighters have different styles, they still tend to fight in a typically Muay Thai way. SANDEE Fighter Andrew Lofthouse can do the Muay Thai style but prefers to thrown in his Lofty Style, which involves tricks, spins, bobs weaves, elbows from weird angles, with the odd kitchen sink thrown in for good measure.  He is a risk taker and it is always entertaining and effective.

    Andrew Lofthouse at the Main Event

    11. The Blood, Sweat and Tears

    The ring canvas soaks them all up! Despite it being one of the toughest sporst you can find anywhere they are few serious injuries in Muay Thai, but with elbows flying around eveywhere there is often blood, but hey hoes thats the way it goes. If you see the claret flowing at least you know there has been a war. And Thai Boxers are a strange lot, most fighters are proud of their cuts afterwards and wear them as a badge of honour.


    12. The beautiful Muay Thai Technique on Display (Roundhouse Kick)

    We had about a million pictures to demonstrate this one (so here are 3)  with so many top fighters on the Main Event, we are treated to a Muay Thai masterclass. Here's SANDEE Fighter Tyler Liptrott  with a perfect roundhouse kick and Patryk Jelonkiewicz showing how tough he is to take it full  power across the chest and keep on fighting.

    Tyler Liptrott (Right) faces patryk Jelonkiewicz at the Main Event, Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham

    13. The beautiful Muay Thai Technique on Display (Teep)

    And Dakota with a Teep to the face (front kick to the uninitiated) . You have to a very high level of confidence in your abilty to pull this one off.

    Dakota Ditcheva at the Main Event

    14. The Beautiful Muay Thai Technique on Display (Clinch)

    Thai's are the masters of the art of clinch wrestling. Wrapping you up and throwing you around. Here's Thai Rungrat Sasiprapa tangled up with KO Fighter Greg Wootton.

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    15. The beautiful Technique on Display (Greg Wootton)

    the London fighter Greg Wootton was just class to watch in all areas, including spirit and heart. Depsite the cuts he dominated the Thai in pretty much all areas and took the win convicingly.

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    16. The Walkouts

    If your a fighter it has got to be something special to walk out to this. The Main Event Guys always put on somthing great for the fighters to walkout to. Here Fighter Michael Wakling enjoying the moment surrounded by Fire, Motorbikes, the big screen and spotlights on his way to the ring.


    17 The Showmanship

    After having a good old war, Tam McCourt and  Macauley Coyle take part in what can only be described as a "Man-Off" to try and convince the judges of their superiority.

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    18. The Venues

    The Main Event is always put on in a fantastic venue. The Devere White Hotel at the Reebok Stadium, The Pointe at Old Trafford, Event City Manchester, and here the Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham was no exception.

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    19. The Intensity

    No doubt about it. Muay Thai is an intense sport. This picture taken at 1/300 of a second captures that perfectly as Irish Fighter Stepehen meleady, throws the knee at Panicos Yusuf.

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    20. The One Shot that Sums it all up.

    Most of the above reasons can be summed up in the single shot. As Arraon Turner on the end of almost certain defeat at the start of the fight, waits for the count of his opponet he has just KO'd.

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    All photos by Adam Crowther

  • SANDEE Pro Fight Team Secure 4 Wins out of 5 on The Main Event

    SANDEE Fighters perform well with 4 out of 5 wins on the Main Event

    It was almost a clean sweep for the 5 members of the SANDEE Pro Fight Team who fought on the Main Event at the Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham on Saturday night.

    Dakota Ditcheva, Tyler Liptrott, Andrew Lofthouse, and Panicos Yusuf all won their fights, with Dean James just losing the decision after a very close and hard-fought contest, making it a great night for the SANDEE pro Fight Team on another spectacular event of muay thai action.

    The Main Event never fails to impress the crowds, and the new venue at the Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham added a sense of scale not seen before in the UK at a Muay Thai Boxing event. The Arena looked spectacular bathed in Red lights and spotlights and the 4 high performance Racing Bikes from sponsors Ductai flanking the fighters walkway added more flair to the show known for having the highest production values in UK Kickboxing.

    The total fight card consisted of 16 fights, with the Main Card having one of the strongest line ups of world-class fighters seen on a Main Event show to date.

    Here's how our 5 SANDEE Pro Fight Team got on.

    Dakota Ditcheva

    There was a lot of talk about the this fight during the build up. Dakota is a real talent and many said that in her opponent Becky Caslin she could be meeting her match fighting an equally talented fighter who for once was the same height as the rangey 16 year old from Northern Spirit Gym.

    In the first round Becky did well catching the kicks of Dakota but couldn't sweep the Manchester fighter, and as the second round progressed Dakota's strong boxing, teeps to the face and very forceful knees began to find their targets. By the third Dakota was well into gear and Caslin had no answer to the barrage of knees coming her way in and outside of the clinch and couldn't continue half way through the third.

    Dakota Ditcheva at the Main Event Dakota Ditcheva (right) faces Becky Caslin

    Dakota Ditcheva at the Main Event Dakota Ditcheva jabs Becky Caslin at the Main Event Birmingham Barclaycard Arena

    Dakota Ditcheva at the Main Event Dakota Ditcheva front kicks Becky Caslin at the Main Event Birmingham Barclaycard Arena

    Dakota Ditcheva at the Main Event Becky Caslin blocks Dakota Ditcheva's kick at the Main Event Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham

    Dakota Ditcheva at the Main Event Dakota Ditcheva lands a jumping knee on Becky Caslin at the Main Event Birmingham Barclaycard Arena



    Tyler Liptrott

    Tyler took a close but unanimous win over local lad Patryk Jelonkiewicz from K-Star Legacy Gym in Birmingham.

    It was a hard fought affair with solid blows being exchanged on both sides. At one point Tyler caught Jelonkiewicz flush on the neck with a huge right kick kick but the K-star fighter proved as tough as nails and refused to go down. After 5 rounds of back and forth shots the Team #OO Fighter secured the win.

    Tyler Liptrott Tyler Liptrott (Right) faces patryk Jelonkiewicz at the Main Event, Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham

    Tyler Liptrott (Right) faces patryk Jelonkiewicz at the Main Event, Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham Tyler Liptrott lands with a right kick on  Patryk Jelonkiewicz at the Main Event, Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham

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    Andrew Lofhouse

    We posted a picture on Twitter the day before the Main Event of Lofty covered in blood with the caption "Andrew Lofthouse is never in a dull fight" and the Team #OO fighter lived up to this once more.

    Lofty just loves to get in the ring and have a fight. Rarely do we see a fighter so relaxed before, and during a fight as Lofthouse, and he had the crowd on their feet with his entertaining, unpredictable style that bamboozled opponent Matt Mckeown from Diamond Academy, Willenhall.

    At one point Lofty dropped Mckewon with a jumping roundhouse kick, and through the fight peppered the Diamond Academy fighter with teeps to the face, and high kicks. Lofty's style is certainly a handful for fighters and the unpredictable nature of what he is going to thrown next wins the crowd over.

    Result - Andrew Lofthouse by unanimous Decision.

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    Panicos Yusuf

    Manchester All Powers Gym fighter Panicos really showed his class in this fight. Stephen Meleady is a tough uncompromising world class thai boxer, with lots of experience living, training and fighting in Thailand but ultimately couldn't find a way of overpowering or outstanding Panicos over 5 rounds.

    With clever evasive techniques, strong and fast counter striking and dominant clinch work Panicos didn't look to be in trouble during the bout and scored strongly throughout by sticking to the game plan of closing down the hard-hitting Irish fighter who fights out of Bad Company Gym in Leeds. The win came as a unanimous points decision as Panicos despite hitting Meleady with the hardest shots he could muster couldn't put him away.

    The win extends Panicos' continuous win streak to 22 fights and a total record of 35 wins 4 losses.

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    Dean James

    Local Fighter Dean James and UK number 1 at  56kg, just couldn't find that extra bit of magic to defeat his experienced Thai opponent, the former two times Southern Thailand Champion, Wuttichai. After going the distance of 5 x 3 min rounds, Dean knew he had lost on the scorecards and was resigned to the outcome.

    Despite the points loss, Dean still put on a polished performance and was the more aggressive fighter in our eyes, but the greater experience of Wuuttichai with a total fight record of over 125 fights proved the decisive factor when it came to scorecards.

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  • SANDEE Sponsored Fighters set for big night of Muay Thai Boxing at the Main Event



    We are pleased to have five of our fight team performing in front of thousands of Thai boxing fans on the Main Event at the Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham this Saturday 23rd May 2015.

    The Main Event has consistently been the biggest and most entertaining show in the UK Thai Boxing Calender growing out of its previous incarnation the Rumble at the Reebok. Saturday 23rd will be no different apart from a bigger better venue, but will still see the quality production values, some of the world's top Muay Thai boxers together with new names and rising stars to watch out for.

    It's not to be missed if you're a Thai boxing fan or even if you are new to the sport and want to see what it's all about. Action IS guaranteed at the Main Event.



    Our fighters performing on the show are:


    Dakota Ditcheva (Northern Spirit, Sale) vs Rebecca Caslin (Thai Style, Liverpool) Dean James (Pra Chao Suua, Staffordshire) vs Wuttichai (Thailand) Andrew Lofthouse (Team ‪#‎OO‬, Bolton) vs Matt Mckeown (Diamond Academy, Willenhall) Panicos Yusuf (All Powers, Stockport) vs Stephen Meleady (Bad Company, Leeds) Tyler Liptrott (Team #OO, Bolton) vs Patryk Jelonkiewicz (K-Star Legacy, Birmingham)

    Dakota Ditcheva Muay Thai Fighter Rising Talent Dakota Ditcheva smashes the bag with a right kick

    Dean James SANDEE Muay Thai Dean James from Pra Chao Sua Gym - ranked Number 1 in the Uk at 55kg

    Andrew Lofthouse Muay Thai Boxer Manchester Muay Thai Fighter Andrew Lofthouse, is never in a boring fight - ever!

    Panicos Yusuf SANDEE Thai Boxer Panicos Yusuf is on a 21 Fight Win Streak and ranked number 1 in the UK at 61kg

    Tyler Liptrott Fight Pic One of the UK's most promising your fighters Tyler Liptrott (right) has already fought on the Main Event

    The Main Event Barclaycard Arena Birmingham The Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham - Hosts the Main Event for the first time.

    THE MAIN EVENT MAY 2015 - Full Fight Card

    International Kickboxing Federation World Title 75kg K1-kickboxing rules Chad ‘2Slick’ Sugden (Suggy’s gym, Newark) vs Michael Wakeling (Scoprions, London)


    56kg 5 x 3 minute rounds Full Thai Rules Dean James (Pra Chao Suua, Staffordshire) vs Wuttichai (Thailand)


    63.5kg 5 x 3 minute rounds Full Thai Rules Greg Wootton (KO Gym, London) vs Rungrat Sasiprapa (Thailand)


    61.5kg 5 x 3 minute rounds Full Thai Rules Panicos Yusuf (All Powers, Stockport) vs Stephen Meleady (Bad Company, Leeds)


    69kg 5 x 3 minute rounds Full Thai Rules Michael Pham (Team Tieu, London) vs Aaron Turner (Thaitans, Redditch)


    95kg+ K1-kickboxing rules Aundre Groce (Firewalker, Wolverhampton) vs Kaz Mwamba (KO Bloodline, London)


    61.5kg 5 x 2 minute rounds Full Thai Rules Andrew Lofthouse (Team ‪#‎OO‬, Bolton) vs Matt Mckeown (Diamond Academy, Willenhall)


    65kg 5 x 2 minute rounds Full Thai Rules Danny Horton (Majestic, Wigan) vs Nathan Bendon (Corefit, Birmingham)


    53kg 5 x 2 minute rounds Full Thai Rules Grace Spicer (Double K, London) vs Nicola Kaye (Bad Company, Leeds)


    57kg 5 x 2 minute rounds Full Thai Rules Macauley Coyle (Petchnoi, Northampton) vs Tam McCourt (Glasgow Thai Boxing Academy)


    67kg 5 x 1.5 minute rounds C Class Rules Tyler Liptrott (Team #OO, Bolton) vs Patryk Jelonkiewicz (K-Star Legacy, Birmingham)


    48kg 5 x 2 minute rounds C Class Rules Dakota Ditcheva (Northern Spirit, Sale) vs Rebecca Caslin (Thai Style, Liverpool)


    64kg 5 x 2 minute rounds B Class Rules Joe Hall (Silapa Muay Thai, Darlington) vs Josh Page (K-Star, Birmingham)


    61kg 5 x 1.5 minute rounds C Class Rules Ruman Johal (Team Fearless, Birmingham) vs Jack Morris (Two Brothers, Liverpool)


    64kg 5 x 1.5 minute rounds C Class Rules Liam Brennan (Corefit, Birmingham) vs Ryan Perkin (Stoke Thai Boxing)


    72.5kg 5 x 1.5 minute rounds C Class Rules Afzal Khan (Team Fearless, Birmingham) vs Muzzy Ahmed (Loughborough Muay Thai)


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