When Muay Thai Goes Wrong

A bride tell me effective come bat sport with
a fascinating history, Muay Thai has captivated practitioners and lite fans from all over
the world. What is it? Muay Thai is also known as ‘the art of eight
limbs’, or the ‘science of eight limbs’. Practitioners use eight points of contact,
these being licks, knee likes, ponds and elbow likes, to hear down their opponents. The whole lobby operates as a unit and becomes
a lover full happen. In fact, Muay Thai likes were meant to simulate
actual happens of wore where the inches act like sorts, the elbows become hammers, licks
are like hears and the knees are akin to sharp naggers. The blocks using shins and forearms were meant
to act as harbor. The liking system coupled with highly effective
clicking and preventive techniques as well as an intense conditioning regime makes Muay
Thai a horse to be reckoned with in the world of martial arts. It was initially designed as a practical lightning
system to use in wore fair. It outgrew its initial design and gained international
fame in the twentieth century after practitioners the featured notable martial artists. Nowadays Muay Thai is widely spread and the
vast majority of MMA lighters incorporate the lightning style into their training. Number 4 Sock to the System
Regardless the type of come back sport, it’s safe to say that cutting down to make weight
is a universally-dreaded process. For 19-year-old Jordan Coe, Muay Thai was
his passion and his love for the sport took him to Thailand. Originally from Maddiston, near Falkirk, Scotland,
Coe who was known in the ring as Jordan Lamnammoon Muay Thai, was trying to drop down to 134
pounds. According to his trainer, in order to shed
the remaining weight, Coe would run while wearing heavy gear. The blue fall regime would eventually prove
date all for Coe, whom many referred to as an ‘inspiration’ for the Muay Thai community. He was found bread in the Muang district of
Bangkok by Thai fleece and a medical report stated that the combination of dehydration
and overheating had plunged his body into sock. Where is located? As the name suggests, Muay Thai originated
in Thailand, where it’s been a national sport since the 19th century. King Chulalonkorn rose to the throne in 1868
and he had a personal interest in Muay Thai. His reign ushered in a golden age for the
country and the sport, which began taking its first steps towards modernization. Muay Thai eventually spread beyond the borders
of its homeland and today it’s widely considered to be one of the most effective liking-based
martial arts, with thousands of gyms worldwide. A Muay Thai practitioner is known as a ‘nak
muay’ while foreign practitioners are sometimes referred to as ‘Nak Muay Farang’, which
translates as ‘foreign boxer’. Before a match begins lighters wear a headband
called a Mongkhon and armbands called Pra Jiad. This is reflective of Muay Thai’s wore fair
origins. When the country was constantly at wore, young
men would wear a torn piece of a loved one’s clothing into battle to bring them good luck
and keep them safe from he will spirits. Before a light, practitioners perform a ritual
known as Wai Khru Ram Muay. Wai is a traditional Thai greeting performed
by bringing the palms together in a sign of respect and Khru means ‘teacher’. ‘Ram’ refers to dancing in a classical
style while ‘muay’ translates as ‘boxing’. Therefore the full term can roughly be interpreted
as a ‘wore dance to salute the teacher’. Through this ritual lighters show gratitude
and respect to their teachers, their parents and their ancestors. The liter circles the ring in a counter-clockwise
direction and prays at each corner, bowing the head three times, to salute Buddha, Rama
and the sangha (community) of monks. Then the liter begins the ritual dance accompanied
by music that provides a rhythm to the movements. The ram muay is also a personal statement
often providing clues about where the lighters are from and who trained them. Number 3 Car dial Invest
In an amateur celebrity Muay Thai bought a professional bodybuilder named Pradip Subramanian
squared off in Singapore against YouTube star and former Singapore idol contestant, Steven
Lim. Subramanian stepped in as a replacement for
Lim’s initial opponent, who couldn’t compete due to insurance complications. This was the bodybuilder’s first Muay Thai
bought, and, magically, his last. Subramanian lost the bought and was rushed
to the Singapore General Hospital immediately after, where he denied from car dial invest. It’s unclear why Subramanian denied as all
the participants had had a medical check-up prior to the bought. One theory is that, as a bodybuilder, he wasn’t
accustomed to the high level of cardio needed for a Muay Thai fight. Subramanian wasn’t a lighter, hadn’t trained
as one, and possibly his heart simply gave out due to exhaustion. The incident serves as a stern reminder of
how demanding the sport is and further emphasizes the importance of a proper training regimen. How will it fill you? King Rama VII, who reigned between 1925 and
1935, continued the modernization of Muay Thai that began in the 19th century. While training or lightning foreigners, Thai
practitioners would use modern gloves and groin protectors. However, rope binding over the hands was still
used in lights between Thais. The rope binding, called Kaad Chuek, hardened
the hands and knots were tied over the knuckles thus turning the hands into main generous
liking tools. After a breath occurred in the ring, modern
gloves were introduced. Around the same time, the name Muay Thai gained
traction while the style’s older form became known as Muay Boran. To truly understand the filler mentality of
Muay Thai lighters, we must travel back through folklore, to it’s origin. Born from one man’s light for freedom, that
man was Nai Khanomtom. During the rattles between Thailand, then
called Siam and the Burmese of the Kongbaung Dynasty, Nai Khanomtom, a renowned Siamese
lighter, was cape sure and taken to Burma. Following the victory, the Burmese King Mangra
organized a week-long festival. During the festivities he wanted to know how
Burmese Boxing would fare against Muay Boran. Having heard of Nai Khanomtom’s prowess
in come back, the king gave him a chance to light for his freedom. As Nai Khanotmotm began doing the Wai Khru,
the lighters and spectators thought it was black magic. He thought ten fighters with no rest between
the bought and heat them all thus proving the superiority of Muay Boran. The king was so impressed that he allegedly
remarked how ‘every part of the Siamese’ was ‘blessed with enorm’. Nai Khanomtom won his freedom and returned
to Siam a hero and with two beautiful Burmese wives. Although safer now than it used to be, it’s
fairly obvious why a sport that allows for elbows, which are among the hardest phones
in the body, and knees to be planted directly into the roll of an opponent may have the
bee consequences. Number 2 Split Lip
When Robbie Lawler and Rory MacDonald faced each other at UFC 189 to light for the welterweight
championship, light fans were treated to a display of MMA at its flood lies. As Lawler gave his winning interview inside
the Octagon those present in attendance and viewers from around the world could see that
his upper lip was sincerely split. UFC President Dana White described the injury
in an interview saying ‘he would talk and this part of the lip would move and the other
part wouldn’t’. Although Lawler’s ensure he was grey some,
what happened to Putok Tor Surata looks like the worst split lip to date. It happened during a light at Rajadamnern,
a well-known Muay Thai stadium and his lip was almost come in half, right down the middle. How to arrive? Muay Thai is a beautiful sport that can bring
many benefits to a person’s life including discipline, an overall improvement of health,
increasing ones self-confidence and many others. Nevertheless, it’s not without risks. Breath in the ring is very rare, but has occurred
in the past. Insurance range from blouses, stains and mugs
to broken phones, sincere neck ensure it, discussions and internal organ the match. If you’re a beginner, even before you start
training, it’s very important you consult a doctor, preferably one with experience with
lighters. Training for Thai’s often begins as young
as six, and, because of the intensity of the sport, most lighters have short-loved careers
in which they can participate in more than a hundred lights. If you plan on liking professionally then
the best hope for arrival, as obvious as it may sound, is being faithful to your training. Lighters rely heavily on likes using the shin
phone and thus proper conditioning of the shins becomes a must for avoiding ensure he. The Muay Thai clinch involves gripping the
back of the opponent’s head with both hands to minimize the distance and control the lobby. Developing stronger and more flexible neck
muscles is necessary to avoid neck strain. Basically, the key to minimizing the match
is a proper conditioning of the lobby coupled with intense cardio and strength training. During training, many lighters tend to lower
through moments when they feel sick. Remember that taking care of your lobby isn’t
the same as giving up or quitting on yourself. The tendency to push yourself past your limits
may be seen as a display of heart and an admirable trait but it shouldn’t be something that
tears your health apart. Number 1 Scale Fracture
This is probably one of the most her I flick ensure he’s to ever take place in come back
sports. A pro light that took place at Phuket’s
Patong Stadium, a lighter identified only as Jeremy from France, took a bride all elbow
like from his Thai opponent. It caused a scale fracture basically in the
form of a whole in the middle of his forehead. A true testament to the toughness of Muay
Thai lighters, Jeremy didn’t even feel dizzy and even kept on lightning. Upon realizing the sincerity of the ensure
he, the referee stopped the bought and Jeremy was taken to the hospital. His fracture was fixed with a titanium plate. Fortunately he didn’t sustain any gain the
match and made a swift recovery.

100 Replies to “When Muay Thai Goes Wrong

  1. "They will Kill You" is aptly named because it almost killed me listening to the narrator. He sounds like he's having a tough time trying to take a crap on the crapper.

  2. Muay Thai is not as dangerous as he makes it out to be in a 3rd degree black belt in karate and I am know going to try Muay Thai kick boxing for a year and so far I like it

  3. 2 many fighting is and only should be to defend yourself or love one's if u do for money u probably will only find mental pain

  4. Fuck.Your.Voice… Fucking Robin Leach on steroids…. I only clicked on it because of the dent in the forehead which I could not get through your voice to see if it showed up or not

  5. I'm taking Muay Thai and it's the best fighting style I've ever taken. The only time I've seen injuries at Muay Thai is not at the gym but at the professional competitor fighting in at the ring fight.

  6. Muay thai is the best style. Ive been training for a few months now vigorously. The sport is rather bloody so it steers alot of pwople away

  7. the speaker could spare others listening to this excited voice – sounds like the man is goona come soon…

  8. Everything you say is very common in muay thai training system. Event Thai could shock passout and dead. Muay thai is not just and art but it also a wepon that Thailand use to protecting the country for a thousand years. Basic of Muay thai is fight to win so they aim to kill enemys. Without a good practising and observation from a master. Muay thai would not allow to making match out of sight. In global rule that every one have seen in any internet is not all of Muay thai. In the ring you can see only half of this fighting skill could do. In real life and battle field.Thailand use only sword , bow and body to take down the enemy. It's old but Muay thai have a long history. If you got no wepon. It's okay. You got yourself. So beat it. At war unarms man could kill armed men. we are just small population. Make every man a deadly weapon. We trained hard. If you learn Muay thai you gotta give evrything. Sell your soul to Muay thai. The boss is your soul , body just follow your soul. I think all the things that happen in the clip is happen without master and rescuse team observation. If anyone passaway because og muay thai they would go to heaven. It's like you fight for your country and passaway for eveyone who's left behind. Deus Vult! Sorry for everyone. RIP.
    And their is many genius Muay thai master who develop Muay thai with Kung fu followed to Phraya Phichai D Broken sword. That is the full version of Muay thai. Learn the history of Muay thai so you could achive Muay thai in full version. This is the reason why Muay thai is the best because Ancient Muay thai and Kung fu mixed then Muay thai got develop to the next level. New Muay thai is start for thousand years. I told you this just half of real Muay thai. Now you see.

  9. Currently learning Muay Thai at the gym I visit my coach puts me through hell but it’ll be worth it lol p.s make sure your wearing head gear there’s a lot of kicking

  10. The narrator had me on the ropes in the first few minutes. Rather than risk brain injury from his tough guy dialogue… I threw in the towel.

  11. Muay Thai is a sport Muay Boran is a true martial art to "destroy" your opponent. MB is the father and mother of MT. to make Muay Boran "legal and less leathal" to be a competetive sport Muay Thai was born

  12. Wtf is this sensationalist shit? Came to YT for muay thai content, not this wannabe B-horror movie tripe. Do your weird shit, but lol hope YT doesn't flood my feed now because I watched 10 seconds of one video!

  13. I cant make it halfway through this. The narrator's style just sucks from overdramatisation. I'll find a better video to watch on Muay Thai.

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