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Muay Thai

Muay Thai is a combat sport from Thailand that uses stand-up striking along with various clinching techniques. It is similar to other Indochinese kickboxing systems, namely pradal serey from Cambodia, tomoi from Malaysia, lethwei from Burma and muay Lao from Laos. The word muay derives from the Sanskrit mavya which means "to bind together".

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Clinch fighting

Clinch fighting (also referred to as clinch work) is the part of stand-up fighting where the combatants are grappling in a clinch, typically using clinch holds. Clinching the opponent can be used to eliminate the opponent's effective usage of some kicks, punches, and mêlée weapons. The clinch can also be used as a medium to switch from stand-up fighting to ground fighting by using takedowns, throws or sweeps.

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Tyson Dux

Tyson Moody (born June 19, 1978) is a Canadian professional wrestler, known by his ring name Tyson Dux (pronounced "Dukes"), and is currently wrestling for various independent promotions.

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World Boxing Council Muaythai

World Boxing Council Muaythai or WBC Muaythai is commissioned under the jurisdiction of the World Boxing Council (WBC) as a non-profit organization to regulate, control and supervise professional Muay Thai (Muaythai) events and their respective jurisdictions worldwide. The organization also adheres to the standard rules and regulations for all Muay Thai competition as approved by the Board of Boxing Sport (Office of Professional Sports) Sports Authority of Thailand.

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Fairtex Gym

Fairtex Gym is the name given to a number of Muay Thai gyms around the world. The original Fairtex Gym was founded in Bangkok, Thailand in 1975.

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Collar tie

Collar tie is a grappling clinch hold that is used to control the opponent. It is performed from the front of the opponent by grabbing the opponent by the collar, behind the neck, or behind the trapezius muscle. A collar tie using one hand is called a single collar tie, and a collar tie with both hands is called a double collar tie.

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Team Sityodtong

Sityodtong USA, also known as Team Sityodtong, is a Muay Thai and mixed martial arts training camp based out of Somerville, Massachusetts. The headquarters of Sityodtong Camp is in Pattaya, Thailand. Its Grandmaster is Yodtong Senanan and he has produced 57 Muay Thai Champions, the most number in the history of Muay Thai in Thailand.

Mixed martial arts training facilities Kickboxing training facilities Sports in Boston, Massachusetts
Muay Thai Chaiya

Muay Thai Chaiya or Chaiya is a 2007 Thai drama film about two talented muay Thai boxers, boyhood friends whose lives take divergent paths after they arrive in Bangkok. The film is the solo directorial debut by Kongkiat Khomsiri, who had previously been among seven directors on Art of the Devil 2, and had written the screenplay for The Unseeable. It premiered as the closing film at the 2007 Bangkok International Film Festival, and opened in wide release in Thailand cinemas on August 30, 2007.

Directorial debut films Thai films Five Star Production films Muay Thai films 2007 films Thai-language films
Fight or Flight (film)

Fight or Flight is a 2007 documentary film produced by Peter J McCarthy and directed by McCarthy and Shane Sutton. The film won "Best Foreign Documentary" at the Long Island Film Festival as well as "Best Documentary" at festivals in Hamburg, Toronto and California. The film took over five years to make and was first premiered at the DocNz International film festival in Auckland, New Zealand in October 2007. It is based on a man's journey into the heart of Thai boxing in Thailand.

Irish documentary films 2000s documentary films Muay Thai films 2007 films English-language films Documentary films about sports
Muay Thai Stunt

Muay Thai Stunt is a Thailand-based group of stunt doubles, formed by Panna Rittikrai to work alongside with him on action films. Members of the stunt team are skilled in acrobatics and gymnastics, weapons-related fighting arts, Muay Thai and other martial arts including Wushu and Tae Kwon Do. The stunt team specializes in fight choreography, fall stunts, wire-work, vehicular stunts and explosion stunts.

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Priest West

Priest Tyron Thomas West (born July 29, 1974) is a German light heavyweight kickboxer of American descent, currently competing in Muay Thai. He is a former WMC European Muay Thai Champion, IKBF European Champion K1 and IKBF World Champion K1. He trains under Michael Damboer and fights out of Thai-Bombs Mannheim.

German Muay Thai practitioners Living people German people of American descent People from Mannheim Light heavyweight kickboxers 1974 births German kickboxers
Muay-thai kickboxing

Muay at the 2009 Asian Martial Arts Games

The Muay competition at the 2009 Asian Martial Arts Games took place from August 2 to August 7 at the Nimibutr Indoor Stadium.

2009 Asian Martial Arts Games
Muay Thai in popular culture

The Hard martial art Muay Thai, Thailand's National Sport, was featured in several media such as film, television shows, manga, anime and video games, Muay Thai became well known around the world when Yodtong Senanan lead Nak Muay Team against Osamu Noguchi's Kickboxer Team on October 16, 1972. In the years since, Muay Thai has influenced Kickboxing, K-1, and MMA as some practitioners train in Muay Thai for use in competition. Its brutal yet flashy style has made it popular for use in film.

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Muay Thai at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games

Muay Thai at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games took place in the Government Service Insurance System Assembly Hall in Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines. The event was held from December 1-4.

2005 Southeast Asian Games events
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Muay Thai at the 2007 Southeast Asian Games

Muay Thai at the 2007 Southeast Asian Games was held in the Gymnasium 1, Municipality Nakhon Ratchasima Sport Complex, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand.

2007 Southeast Asian Games events

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