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    Muay Thai Chaiya

    Muay Chaiya Demonstration By Kru Preang At Fairtex Muaythai Spot Club

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQhgxCH9sto


    Nung Kog Is a Last test for Muay Chaiya Student before go to Fight , For pass this test will be don't have damage in face and don't fall down form the kog. Will start from one person to two and three man it so hard for pass this test.
    YouTube - Nung Kog Muay Thai Chaiya


    Muay Thai Chaiya in MMA Amateur Fight
    YouTube - KOF FIGHT - SKYDRAGON VS STORMTIGER

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    Kru Praeng seems to now teach BJ J or MMA, what qualifications does he have and who was his teacher? I have been trying to verify this for some time. Do you or anyone else know?

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    Kru Preang Never Learn and Never Teach Bjj.

    His Master is only Kru tong and in this video is only muaychaiya stlye ^_^ Not mma.

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    I saw one of kru praengs students fight in a show and use a bjj triangle, this is not muay chaiya or the muay chaiya of kru tong. Kru Praeng knows next to nothing about actual fighting or competitoon since he never competed nor fought and is very good at technical descriptions of technqiues and the history of muay chiaiya but is no way or shape a fighter. But i notice he has been teaching ground stuff that is not part of muay chaiya and was wondering where if any he took it from

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    If you'd like to repost the fight video in the competition videos forum please do, but the rest of this nonsense has no place in strikeistan.

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    It's all about the clinch. The clinch, I said. supporting member
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    Am I the only one who thought that competition video looked like a work?

    Or is it just that he had no submission defense at all?

    What's up with the head gear?
    Go placidly amid the noise and haste,
    and remember what peace there may be in silence.
    As far as possible, without surrender,
    be on good terms with all persons.
    Speak your truth quietly and clearly;
    and listen to others,
    even to the dull and ignorant;
    they too have their story.

    -excerpt of the poem called "Desiderata," by Max Ehrman, 1927.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KidSpatula
    If you'd like to repost the fight video in the competition videos forum please do, but the rest of this nonsense has no place in strikeistan.
    You're hawt.

    Quote Originally Posted by JP
    Am I the only one who thought that competition video looked like a work?

    Or is it just that he had no submission defense at all?

    What's up with the head gear?
    You're also hawt.

    Quote Originally Posted by Deoz
    You, not so much.

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    It's all about the clinch. The clinch, I said. supporting member
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    Whatever, bro. Just don't spill your drink.
    Go placidly amid the noise and haste,
    and remember what peace there may be in silence.
    As far as possible, without surrender,
    be on good terms with all persons.
    Speak your truth quietly and clearly;
    and listen to others,
    even to the dull and ignorant;
    they too have their story.

    -excerpt of the poem called "Desiderata," by Max Ehrman, 1927.

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    Don't thing thai people is fool. We have Peen Tonmai - Tai Chuek (Climb trees, climb rope). Climbing trees and ropes would develop stamina, endurance, and equilibrium of one’s body. It is a way to lay a foundation for the students to learn the grappling, clinching, swinging, climbing, scaling, mounting, which are other spectrums Muay Chaiya.

    http://www.revver.com/video/298312/t...nmaitai-chuek/

    We learn to how control enemy when we climb to him. it can learn when you pass pong pud pid ped technic.

    In video we call Hug keang sing (Break the lion leg) not call triangle becuase we use muay chaiya technic not bjj.

    but i so sorry if i post in wrong forum T_T
    Last edited by Deoz; 8/14/2008 4:34am at .

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    Master Amornkrit Pramuan, or Kru Preang to his Muay Thai students, has carried on the intention of the masters, who had come before him, to continue the legacy of preserving Muay Thai in it’s true form, which had been forgotten since the banning of fighting with rope, or hem binding as we called Muay Kad-Chuek. Many techniques, unique to Muay Thai, have been lost due to the imposing of rules adapted from western boxing.

    Kru (teacher) Preang, was the close student of Kru Thong Chuer-Chaiya, who had inherited the Muay Thai Chaiya from the Grand Master Ketr Sriyapai (the last grand master of Muay Thai), who had learned from his father, Phraya Wajeesatayarak, the provincial governor of Chaiya. The Grand Master also learned from another 13 masters until he was well versed in MuayThai.

    Muay Thai Chaiya, not only utilizes fists, feet, knees, and elbows as we commonly see in the main stream Muay Thai, but also uses the forgotten elements of throwing, pressing, grabbling or clinching and joint breaking (Toom-Tup-Jub-Huk), they are no less dangerous than the throwing and joint locking of other martial arts. There are other sets of techniques with names that rhyme and contain deep meanings. They are to lure, to mislead, to elude, to avoid, to deceive, and to tease (Lor-Lork-Lop-Leek-Lorklor-Lorlen), or to hug, to squeeze, to swing the opponent from side to side, and to cast or throw the opponent down (Kod-Rad-Fad-Wieng). These are the techniques for inside fighting, that we no longer see in today’s Muay Thai. Even the way to fall, to get up, to roll on the ground, and to crawl (Lom-Look-Klook-Klan), which deal with proper way of rolling on the ground and falling so the practitioners wouldn’t get hurt.

    So, an exponent of the old and traditional Muay Thai, such as Muay Thai Chaiya, does not limit oneself to only one-dimensional fighting of stand up strike. If the fight takes one down to the ground, one still has to be able to fight effectively. Since the old traditional Muay Thai was created for the engagement in battlefields, being able to engage with several opponents at the same time has made Muay Thai Chaiya so formidable.

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