July 11th, 2010
Tiger Muay Thai and MMA fighters run up a 4-1 record over two nights in Patong, Thailand
Tiger Muay Thai and MMA training camp continues to claw up the rings and mats at Patong Thai boxing stadiums as TMT fighters go 4-1 over two nights in Thai boxing fights at patong and Bangla Muay Thai stadiums on July 8th and 9th, 2010.
On July 8th, Tiger Muay Thai and MMA trainer / fighter Kru Watt showed what a Muay Thai fighter with 300 fights can do even at 34 years old as he dominated a stronger and younger Muay Thai fighter with clean and accurate technique piling up points until the referee called a points stoppage as watt dominated in the 4th round.
KoK folowed up starting another winning streak and going 8-2 over his last 10 fights and scoring a points win while TMT’s youngest fighter lost a tough decision on points for a 2-1 evening in the Muay thai ring for TMT.
On July 9th, professional Muay thai fighter Brian Robertson of Muhsin Corbbrey’s Champion Fight center in Savannah , GA, USA crushed his Thai oppoenent Komsorn, a true skilled veteran, with a first round Ko displaying strong skills.
July 9th also marked the return of one of TMT’s favorite fighters, Ajarn Goi’s son, Simon, who has spent the last 3 months in Bangkok training and fighting at Lumpinee and other stadiums. Simon went to war and scored a 5 round points win for a 2-0 evening in the Thai Boxing ring for Tiger Muay Thai and MMA training camp.