Posted On:4/30/2008 9:00am
Style: Muay Thai
This powerful, one-off observational documentary offers a rare insight into child Thai boxing, one of the fastest growing martial arts in the UK with now over 500 registered clubs teaching this sport. Children as young as four or five are becoming the latest recruits to organised fighting, where some people's attitude is: if you're good enough to fight, you're old enough. Now, Channel 4's Cutting Edge strand enters the competitive and sometimes obsessive worlds of four families who are investing everything into training their kids to be the best young fighters in Britain. The film follows five primary school children: Miah and her twin brother Kian, Thai, Connor and Sohan.
This british television show documenting children's Thai Boxing clubs was on channel four recently. I missed it, but a friend of mine recorded it so I intend to borrow it from him.
Anyone here managed to catch it? Is it worth borrowing?
Posted On:4/30/2008 9:16am
yeh, talk about parents trying to live vicariously through their children!
My grandfather's high ball glass
Posted On:4/30/2008 9:37am
Style: BJJ, wrestling
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Posted On:4/30/2008 9:57am
Posted On:4/30/2008 10:24am
There are going to be alot more fights over this than soccer.
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