Nak Muay Nation Fight Camp at Khongsittha
Jeremy Du is one of those guys that you can’t help but like. Not only would he always be smiling and cracking jokes, but he also was one of the most consistent, hard workers at the Thailand Training camp at Khongsittha Gym.
He was excited to get in the ring and have his 2nd Muay Thai fight, but it was looking like there wasn’t going to be a fight for him because his weight class of 80kg is hard to match up. Fortunately, things fell into place and Jeremy was matched up to fight a larger Brazilian opponent at the Muay Thai Live show… here’s his fight vlog:
Thailand Training Camp: Fight Night Vlog, Jeremy Du
Nak Muay Nation – Thailand Muay Thai Training Camp
The training at the first ever Nak Muay Nation Training Camp at Khongsittha gym in Bangkok has been absolutely incredible. Besides that we’ve also had a number of memorable experiences including:
- Seminars taught by elite Muay Thai champions Saenchai and Petchboonchu.
- Exciting group nights out to watch fights at the prestigious Lumpinee and Rajadamnern.
- Fight nights where teammates from the camp got to showcase their skills and experience fighting in Thailand.
- Strength and conditioning sessions taught by the head coach of the Sports Authority of Thailand.
- Delicious noodles, fried rice, seafood, curries and other Thai food.
- Nights out experiencing the crazy Bangkok nightlife.
- And much more more!
Everyone has been having an amazing time at the training camp and it’s been awesome seeing how much everyone’s Muay Thai skills have been improving. Since it’s been so much fun we will definitely be holding more in the very near future!
“The Nak Muay Nation Training Camp at Khongsittha in Thailand exceeded all my expectations and has treated me like family.
If you come to Thailand, you HAVE to check out Khongsittha. Sean “Muay Thai Guy” Fagan will be hosting multiple camps here starting this year. I also got to meet legends like Saenchai, Petchboonchu, Kaew Fairtex, and watch fights at the prestigious Lumpinee and Rajadamnern stadium!”
– Jeff Chan