Muay Thai Event
Muay Thai Elite Show
Saturday 4th November 2017
Muay Thai Event
S3 FIGHT LEAGUE
Sunday 8th October 2017
Muay Thai Interclub
Sunday 17th September 2017
At the Black Widow Martial Arts Academy
Muay Thai Unleashed VI
Saturday 2nd July at 2017
Casey’s Cordingley Hall, Wellington Road, Telford TF2 8AW
You may have heard that there is a remake of KICKBOXER the movie… which is actually little to do with kickboxing – it’s more Muay Thai!!
30th September 2016 – Evening
1st October 2016 – Evening
We have been asked by the Odeon Cinema in Lincoln if we would do a Muay Thai Display in the foyer for the opening nights of the film!
We are thinking of doing a mixture of Pad Work, Sparring & Muay boran. We would allocate our students time slots to come along and take part. We are looking for males, females and children boxers of all levels of experience to take part in display. This is a fantastic opportunity to promote our club and our amazing martial art!!
Let us know me know if you are interested by emailing us by August 31st 2016: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or any questions, please ask below…
Muay Thai Interclub
Sunday 18th September 2016
At the Black Widow Martial Arts Academy
First Floor 858, Washwood Heath Road, Ward End, Birmingham B8 2NL.
If anyone is interested in fighting at our next Interclub, please contact Kru Leigh with your Age, Weight and Experience as soon as possible. So we can get you matched!!
- JUNIORS (Age 5-10) 10am-12pm
- JUNIORS (Age 11-16) 12pm-2pm
- ADULTS (Age 17+) 2pm-5pm
Refereeing by Shaun Bolland
Sunday 1st May 2016
FULL GRADING DAY
New grading system (£20/grading).
Find out what Khan to try out for gradings and get booked in asap – speak to Kru Leigh, Kru Steve or Kru Brian.
Be prepared… please use the links below!!
ALL ADULT & KIDS CRITERIA are on the website under GRADINGS
Sunday 11th October 2015
Please get your names down for the Muay Thai Gradings with Kru Leigh, Kru Steve or Kru Brian ASAP please!
For the Full Grading Syllabus Click >> HERE
Also a full syllabus for each Khan is listed on the website under ‘Gradings’… so no excuses!!
NEW Muay Thai Class Timetable
PERSONAL TRAINING, CIRCUIT TRAINING, BOXING,
THAI BOXING, LADIES CLASSES & KIDS CLASSES
Fitness for the whole family…
At FIGHT SPECIFIX a Brand NEW Functional Fitness & Fight Academy just off Doddington Road in Lincoln. In July this year three highly qualified fitness experts have teamed up to create a fantastic new environment, that is aimed at keeping
the entire family fit! For adults, whether you wish to get fit, train for fun or persue a competitive career, we offer classes to suit every member of your family including children, where we aim to increase confidence, gain focus, improve fitness and physical well-being.
- ADULTS MUAY THAI TUESDAY CLASS • 19:30-21:00
- ADULTS FIGHTING FIT THURSDAY CLASS • 19:30-21:00
- ADULTS MUAY THAI SUNDAY CLASS • 19:30-21:00
- KIDS MUAY THAI THURSDAY CLASS • 18:30-19:15
FIGHT SPECIFIX, UNIT 3A, EXCHANGE ROAD, LINCOLN LN6 3JZ
- Don’t leave in your bag
- Put in well-ventilated area
- Use an anti-bacterial spray
- Newspaper to absorb sweat
- Fabric softener sheet
- Smells nice again!!
1. Don’t leave in your bag
Your hot, dark, damp, sweaty training bag is the perfect breeding for bacteria. If you just leave your gloves in your bag after each training or sparring session, you’ll find your gloves smell more and more. If you do nothing else, take them out of your bag when you get home.
2. Put in well-ventilated area
This can be in a utility room, garage, shed or conservatory with decent air circulation. Mesh bags can be great for carrying your gear that can be used to hang your stuff to dry it out. The main thing is that the gloves need to be completely dried out so the bacteria has no moisture in which to breed.
3. Use an anti-bacterial spray
Before hanging your gloves to dry, you can help kill the bacteria by using an anti-bacterial Febreeze spray or something similar.
4. Newspaper to absorb sweat
Add a few sheets of screwed up newspaper into each glove, this will help take out all the sweat and moisture out of the gloves.
5. Fabric softener sheet
Best tip of all… buy some cheap fabric softener sheets! Put them in the gloves around the newspaper to start to get rid of the smells. Then when your going to use the gloves again, rub the sheets around the inside of the gloves for extra freshness.
6. Smells nice again!!
Your boxing gloves are one of those things that tend to start smelling really bad over time, especially if you work hard! They are a massive breeding ground for bacteria and over time it can get really bad, so bad that other students will avoid sparring with you!! So don’t be that Muay Thai Fighter… follow the above and everyone will still love you!!!
DATE: 7th June 2014
TIME: 1pm – 3pm
PARNPETCH RIROM: Arjarn Parnpetch Rirom has spent the last 16 years coaching in Bangkok and throughout the World. He was one of the head coaches at the World famous Sasripapa gym. With over 250 fights, both an amazing technician & awesome fighter and to his credit Arjarn Parnpetch was a former Ratchadamnoen champion. He was also awarded the most exciting fighter of the year at both Ratchadamnoen (twice) and Lumpinee.
Chao Phraya Lincoln are proud to present a clinch (Prumb) and fight strategy seminar/workshop. Arjarn Parnpetch is one of Kru Leigh Edlin’s & Kru Shaun Boland’s original teachers and coaches in the UK and Bangkok.
This seminar is open to all camps, clubs and styles – Including: Muay Thai, MMA, Kickboxing and K1 etc …who have a thirst for knowledge & experience!!
WORKSHOP DETAILS: TBC
WHAT TO BRING: TBC
TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE >> CLICK
LOCATION BELOW: Fight Specifix Unit 3A – Exchange Road, Doddington Road, Lincoln LN6 3JY
SAENCHAI v PAKORN: ParnPetch Rirom was Saenchai’s chosen corner man and coach for the SuperShowdown 10, in Glasgow on the 10th November 2012.
PARNPETCH RIROM – IN ACTION:
Superstars from the world of Muay Thai will return to King Power Stadium on Monday 5 May as THAI FIGHT WORLD BATTLE 2014 comes to Leicester City.
In a spectacular celebration of Thai sporting culture to follow the overwhelming success of a sell-out THAI FIGHT EXTREME event in 2012, world-renowned Muay Thai exponents such as Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee and Antoine Pinto will be competing in a series of seven explosive fights.
- SUDSAKORN SOR KLINMEE
- ANTOINE PINTO
- LEO PINTO
- KEITH McLACHLAN
- IQUEZANG KOR ROONGTANAKIAT
- CHRISTOPHE PRUVOST
- YODSANKLAI FAIRTEX
- SAMY SANA
- BEN HODGE
- HICHEM MENAOUINE
- ANTHONY FERGUSON
- ALEX DASS REY
- JOSH PALMER
- BATYR KORGOLOEV
Read more at: www.lcfc.com
“Why do they stop fighting and just walk around in the last round?”
Those of you who have been to see a fight in Thailand or have watched one on the internet will notice they often fight a little different to how we do in the west.
To a lot of people this could seem very pointless and in the west could potentially put people off coming to the shows. They have after all paid to see a fight and want to see both parties giving it their all.
However, this isn’t a western sport remember and over the years gambling has played a huge part in how the game is played in Thailand.
More often than not the first two rounds are a feeling out process, so not much really happens. Also on some occasions the boxers are told to take it steady as they are trying to get the betting in the favour of their opponent, making the odds better for themselves.
Round three is generally where the fight will really begin and both boxers are really trying to take the advantage.
The fourth as I’ve always been told is the unofficial money round. If you can win this big then the fight is yours.
Now we come to the round in question.
If the fight has been very close in the third and fourth then the fifth will be fought at the same intensity as the last two rounds.
However, if one boxer is clearly in the lead then he will be told to stay back from his opponent so as to not let the victory slip out of his hands.
This advice will come from his corner and from the gamblers who have money on him to win. This can become very annoying when you’re trying to listen to your corner and you have random people coming up and shouting at you in a language that you barely understand.
His opponent will possibly try and go for him for about the first minute of the round; if he has no success then he will back off.
Often at this point the boxer in the lead will offer his glove to his opponent, asking him to acknowledge defeat.
Here you will usually get the losing boxer accepting defeat and not going for broke to try and change the fight around. While the winning boxer knowing he has won agrees not to beat up on his opponent anymore.
This is a very different mind set to fighters in the west; over here the losing boxer will still fight until the bitter end as a knockout could change everything. Likewise, the winning boxer will still be trying to KO his opponent even though he is already sure of his victory.
To be honest the gambling is slowly killing Muay Thai in Thailand as the gamblers have so much power now in the big stadiums.
If you have watched many of the videos that I have posted up from what is classed as the golden era of Muay Thai (90’s) you will have noticed how packed the stadiums were back then.
Nowadays it is rare that you will see the likes of Lumpinee or Rajadamnern filled to that capacity because of how the game is so heavily influenced.
Out in the provinces though, Muay Thai is still popular with big crowds coming to watch and enjoying the fights. Muay Thai is also growing around the rest of the world with the standard getting better all of the time and so many fighters spending long stints in Thailand.
Chao Phraya Muay Thai Academy at Airfield Anarchy
Airfield Anarchy is the Toughest 5 & 10 Kilometre Obstacle Course Race in the UK!
Saturday 22nd March 2014 | Newark, Nottinghamshire NG24
Tunnels | Water Obstacles | Walls | Mud Pits | Scramble Nets | Monkey Bars | Rope Crossings | Hog Roast | After Party | Beer | Onsite Camping | Kids Entertainment | Military Theme!
We are hoping to put a team together for this event!! Please get you name down with Kru Steve as soon as possible…
TYPE OF RACE
Airfield Anarchy is a challenging off-road running event. You will overcome over 20 obstacles including tunnels, water features, mud pits, rope obstacles, walls, hay bale towers, tyre carries and more…(See our course map at AirfieldAnarchy.com for more information)
A leading chip timing service will be available on race day, details to be posted here soon!
Full pricing structure available on their Enter Now page
FULL EVENT INFO
£5 per person (Friday and Saturday). Toilets and fresh water available. Parking for up to 2 cars included.
EVENT SWAG BAG
1 free beer, t-shirt, winners’ prizes, fancy dress prizes, and assorted goodie bag with samples from our sponsors.
Toilets, Free Parking, Fully-stocked Bar, Range of Food Retailers, Live Music / Disco, Hog Roast and more…
Hotels / Bed & Breakfast, Newark Air Museum and County Showground (for families), Rail Travel, Petrol Station and McDonalds & KFC!!! (You know you want to).
Airfield Anarchy accepts online entries ONLY (no postal or telephone). The closing date for entries is 16th March 2014, however be advised of our pricing structure if you plan to wait. The event organisers reserve the right to close entries early if maximum capacity is reached before the closing date.
ESTIMATED FIELD SIZE
1000+ Competitors in total
You must be 16 or above to participate. Proof of identification may be required for entrants fortunate enough to look younger! There is no maximum age, but all competitors are advised they must be sound of body and mind before participating. Competitors will be required to sign a waiver during registration.
HOW FIT DO I NEED TO BE?
The run attracts runners of all abilities, from novices attempting their first mud race, to experienced runners looking for a challenge, and the course is also suitable for teams. The concept behind Airfield Anarchy is to open up this historical site in a unique way to create a jolly fun but tough mud run that will allow runners of all abilities to experience the exhilaration of this challenging, interesting and seriously enjoyable event.
Khrob Kru Ceremony
STEVEN JOHNS – 8th Khan
Just returned from Chao Phraya Lincoln after attending the Khrob Kru (teacherr) ceremony for Steven Johns. Since our humble beginnings 13 years ago Chao Phraya has only previously awarded 3 Kru grades: Kru Leigh Edlin, Kru James Khan & Kru Samir Hidalgo. The grade is not given away and has to be earned through many years of dedication, loyalty and hard work. So it was a great honour for me to watch the first person who I graded as Kru Leigh Edlin, to be giving his first Kru grading to his student. This is a very personal and significant ceremony between Kru (teacher) and Nak Rian (student). Congratulations Kru Steven Johns you are now a part of Chao Phraya Muay Thai’s heritage.
Kru Shaun Boland
Pictured: Kru Leigh Edlin, Kru Steven Johns & Senior Kru Shaun Boland
Assistant Instructor Ceremony
BRIAN PAWSEY – 7th Khan
Pictured: Kru Leigh Edlin, Asst. Kru Brian Pawsey & Senior Kru Shaun Boland
KARL KENNEDY – 5th Khan
DAZ SULLIVAN – 2nd Khan
PAUL STAFFORD – 2nd Khan
SEAN O’MEARA – 2nd Khan
TREVOR GIBBS – 2nd Khan
JAMES COHEN – 2nd Khan
SAM HYDE – 1st Khan