Thread: A win...
10/11/2006 2:35pm, #11
I am going to Thailand soon, I have planned of training in Kaesamrit Bangkok, Lanna Chaing Mai and WMC Koh Samui. Have you been to any of these camps?
10/11/2006 9:31pm, #12
- Join Date
- Jun 2005
- Muay Thai
Yes, I have trained at Lanna, and have a good friend that spent six months at WMC.
I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Lanna, all be it a few years ago. Andy has built a new camp for dedicated boxers only up in the mountains of Doi Modt, about 2 hours outside of Chiang Mai.
I hear good things about WMC as well. The bonus being, it's on the beach! Which unfortunately means it's a little more expensive to live there unfortunately.
As far as Kaewsamrit, I think the fighters they produce are a pretty strong testimonial... Lots of info on them out there on the net.
I think it's great that you are going to all three. Are you having an extending stay?
10/12/2006 2:34am, #13
we send our people to kaewsamrit. for what its worth, one of our guys who goes over there who has i think 15 or so fights recently beat Mot Eck, a thai champion with ~200 fights, with a leg kick TKO and has won his last few fights with elbow KOs... kaewsamrit is the goods _b
plus you might get to touch anuwat and pray that part of his glorious manliness rubs off onto you
10/12/2006 5:19pm, #14Originally Posted by octaviousbp
And what may be considered expensive is Thailand is ridiculously cheap on Icelandic standards. So that wont be a problem :)
And it would be a privilage to get to train with the likes of Anuwat in Kaewsamrit, I have seen some vids with him on youtube and the guy is an absolute monster.
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10/12/2006 6:04pm, #15Originally Posted by AlexRanked #9 internationally at 118lbs by WIKBA http://www.womenkickboxing.com/wikba...rch%202009.htm
10/12/2006 7:10pm, #16
na not soren he fights out of aussie
our guy is Shannon Foreman. you may not have heard of him, but hes mustard