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I started My Muay Thai back in 2006... I was tired of reading about MMA, and wanted somewhere I could watch real muay thai fights, be inspired and connect with others who love muay thai as much as I do... I currently live in London... when I'm not geeking out over muay thai you can find me bombing around London on my scrambler, ferreting out the latest street food gems.

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  1. Hey that was gr8 Matt. Fighting in thailand is a dream for many not everyone can do it. That too fighting in Raja is a really gr8 thing. I’ve trained in Phuket and has seen a lotta fights in Pathong and Bangala stadiums where many Farangs fight as a part of fight night but i guess Raja would have more better class fights. Anyway keep it going and test ur limits while u are there. I hope i could get into the ring the nxt time i go there.

  2. fuck man, my stomach was doing belly flops that whole time i was reading it. i can smell that gross yet addicting mix of sweat, anxiety and thai oil right now. congrats man, keep it up!

  3. Doing it right!! Congrats!!

    Gent’s.. Thinking about hitting Thailand for three weeks over the Xmas Break.. Any suggestions if i want the mixture of fun and training in Phuket. Any suggestions??

  4. Congrats, Matt. That’s a great accomplishment….u have now created a legacy and a beautiful story to tell ur kids (or future kids). Keep it up!!!

  5. Tommy@total-mma.com on

    Great accomplishment. It’s a fantastic blog.

    Your racist friend may need one of those elbows of yours Matt.

    I cannot believe you only got $50 to main event at Rajdmomnern though. That is horrible.

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