Thread: Ram Muay
9/10/2007 1:07pm, #21
I think a more recognizable Ram Muay for a Canadian may be pretending chop down each corner as if it was a tree. You could even mime hauling logs form corner to corner!
9/10/2007 7:59pm, #22
- Join Date
- Jun 2005
- Muay Thai
True... I was running with my Acadian ancestry I guess.
A well worked Ram Muay really is enjoyable to watch imo.
9/11/2007 1:04am, #23
at one of the events I went to Malaipet MTA was fighting as the main event. I generally don't care that much for the ram muay and find myself thinking "Get on with the fight already!" but his was so sharp and precise looking it was really quite cool. I like the idea of coming up with your own ram muay, like JWP's gunslinger version, as like a personal trade mark. If I ever end up learning it I may start doing a personalized one, though most of the cards I fight on probably wouldn't allow for it anyway.Ranked #9 internationally at 118lbs by WIKBA http://www.womenkickboxing.com/wikba...rch%202009.htm