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Monthly Archives: June 2014

  • Muay Thai Meets Football - For Our Special World Cup Offer

    Here's a few of our images from The Main Event,  with a teeny tiny bit of photoshopping done,  (can you spot it?) to spread the world of our fantastic 15% offer running for the first week of the World Cup in Brazil. If your a muay thai fan you are...
  • The Main Event Results and Our Top 20 Photos From The Main Event

    The MAIN EVENT Thai Boxing Promotion, with its move to the new bigger and better venue at the USN Bolton Arena, showcased some of the best Muay Thai boxing and biggest production values of any combat sports show in the UK, on Saturday the 7th June 2014.

    The show was a spectacular success, despite the changes to the line up when Liam Harrison withdrew from the card after being hospitalised in the week up to the fight.

    The Fight Card saw a mix of the best UK talent with some top class European competitors coming over to fight Britain's best.

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  • Muay Thai Fighter Panicos Yusuf Joins the SANDEE Pro Fight Team

    Panicos Yusuf Joins the SANDEE Pro Fight Team

    Panicos Yusuf Muay Thai Fighter

    We are pleased to announce that the newest Pro Muay Thai Fighter to join the SANDEE Fight Team is Pancios Yusuf.

    Panicos who originally hails from Cyprus, started Muay Thai in 2000 on the Mediterranean island, before making a permanent move to the UK in 2005, settling in  Manchester where he picked up his training with Manchester based instructor Paul Tite of Stockport Thai Fighters.

    Panicos was always into any kind of sport at home in Cyprus, and after joining a weights gym saw an advert for Muay Thai, he joined the class and was hooked right away, and had his first fight after just 2 months, and then went on to represent Cyprus in the national team.

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  • 21 Things You Might See in A Night of Muay Thai

    21 Things You Might See in A Night of Muay Thai

    Muay Thai is a sport full or contradictions. It's violent, it's beautiful, it's brutal, it's artistic. It's an emotional roller-coaster full of rituals and respect and pain and glory, with lots of blood and sweat thrown in for good measure.

    We look at 21 things you may see in a night of Muay Thai. All these images were taken from one night of Muay Thai action from The Main Event, the UK's premier Muay Thai Promotion.

    1. A Traditional Ram Muay

    It's not Muay Thai without the Ram Muay - so the purists say! Whether you think they take too long and get in the way of the fights or it's part of the experience, there is no getting away from the fact the ritual dance is part of the culture of the sport of Muay Thai from its roots in Thailand.Muay Thai Ram Muay - SANDEE

    2. A Really Sweet Head Kick

    They are hard to land but when they do they can end a fight. An ankle or a lower part of a shin at full power to the jaw, temple of even the neck can make a fighter drop like a sack of potatoes. This is why your trainer always tells you to keep your guard up! Muay Thai - A Really Nice Headkick

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