Fight MMA in Thailand???
NAKSU MMA TOURNAMENT 2010 at Asawindum Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand
(Primary Round on February 2010) is now open for all fighters
(of any nationalities) to exchange martial art under MuayMix rules(MMA) and regulations
- 51 kg. - 54 kg. Bantamweight
- 54 kg. – 57 kg. Featherweight
- 57 kg. – 60 kg. Lightweight
- 60 kg. – 64 kg. Light-Welterweight
- 64 kg. - 69 kg. Welterweight
- 69 kg. – 75 kg. Middleweight
- 75 kg. – 81 kg. Light-Heavyweight
- 81 kg. -above Heavyweight
Register here: http://www.naksu.biz/Register.html
contact: email@example.com Closing date: November 30, 2009
(Number, qualifications and details are subject to change, if necessary.)
Official Website: http://www.naksu.biz
VDO trailer: YouTube- Naksu01
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MMA with head protection.
Based on the weight class, how small are you people?
And I thought 90+ kg for heavyweight class was bad...
Hey, give us a break. Asians are shorter and lighter by nature. Heck, most of the world is around those weight classes.
It sounds awesome, I'd love to go back to Thailand for it, but I think I'm gonna pass on this one.
In Thailand there's a pretty heavy stigma about being even remotely chubby. From what I've seen, the young population (MMA age) is pretty damn fit.
Originally Posted by paulmn
I'd give them about 130-150lbs on average. Height-wise, it varies a lot.
What are the MuayMix rules? The official site's not working for me.
Thais usually have pretty small frames. They're like the inverse Samoans.
Given the quality and tradition of striking there, I've always wondered why we didn't seem more Thais in MMA.