Posted On:9/25/2007 10:30pm
Style: default std
Originally Posted by Rustiga
Yeah actually I interview in a week to join that gym.
The current owner, Tony, is on vacation but yeah, I really hope I can join up and start MT asap.
Thanks for your help guys!
Side note - they know Hope Vitellas, all 3 trained under the same instructor ("Master Lek") and went to Thailand together, so Hope's stuff may not be so bad, it just seems more recreational in focus (as fighting might screw with her music career).
And if Westside is less convenient to you, they could probably give you some perspective on Hope from actual experience.
Posted On:9/26/2007 1:52pm
Style: Muay Thai
Originally Posted by EternalRage
You have to interview?
Is it a question answer type thing and do you have to dress up?
I've heard of schools asking for an application, but a face to face interview?
The way I understood it is that he's currently looking for a certain type of person to join his gym, so I guess it's more of a comfort issue then anything. I don't really know myself but I'll find out early next week and will update thread.
Thanks for all your input guys.
Posted On:9/27/2007 9:28pm
If you'll notice, the Kru at Short North Muay Thai is mentioned right on the home page of ohio mauy thai. I've been to SNMT a couple times and it is a difficult workout but as it's my first time training in any martial art, i really can't answer whether it's "for real" or not. Also, there are several photos of Kru Hope with Master Lek throughout the studio adn I don't think they were Photoshopped.
T3h R34l Gangnam Style!
Posted On:9/28/2007 9:40am
I don't have a problem believing she trained with whom she said, what I have a problem with is that I can't find anything anywhere about a verifiable fight record on her.
Posted On:9/29/2007 6:47pm
Lots of cuties in Short North LOL.
Posted On:10/01/2007 10:06pm
Style: Dancing the Spears
Sorry about the delay. Got a PM about this thread.
Basically neither Ashly nor myself have heard of this girl.
Doesnt mean much. Womens combat sports is only recently becoming even the tiniest blip on the radar at all and if you name off a fair number of women fighters from ye olden days I probably wouldnt know them. But there you go.
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