The freshest news this side of the Chao Phraya! This is Muay Thai Weekly for April 22-28. . .


Buakaw Victorious Against Last-Minute Replacement

Muay Thai Weekly — a collection of the latest and greatest headlines, hearsay and hair-raising hits from the Muay Thai world. Each week, you’ll find a fresh new Muay Thai Weekly video feature here at Muay Thai Guy, in which we outline exactly what went down in Muay Thai in the last seven days.

Coming up right now on Muay Thai Weekly:

  • After a highly anticipated bout between Buakaw Banchamek and Nikolas Larson at All-Star Fight 3 was canceled after Larson contracted staph, the last-minute replacement Luis Passos stepped up to the plate and put on a magnificent show, with Buakaw earning the decision after a savage war;
  • We cover the results from All-Star Fight’s recent event, as well as results from Phoenix 7, Topking World Series & others;
  • Event Previews: the latest news on upcoming events from Warrior’s Night & GLORY;
  • …plus much more!

Title image courtesy of All-Star Fight on Facebook.

This week’s top article:

SETTING PRIORITIES FOR THAILAND – Every nak muay dreams of dropping it all and flying to Thailand to train in sweltering jungles. It’s a lovely thought, but it requires some serious priority-setting.

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Angela Chang
Plant-based fighter, foodie, and aspiring physical therapist. Angela is currently living in Bangkok and training full time.

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