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  1. Thai boxing is both a sport and means of self defence. (Web site)
  2. If Thai Boxing is the science of 8 limbs, then Lethwei can be called the science of 9 limbs, due to the allowance of head butts.
  3. Thai boxing is becoming more & more increasing popular outside of Thailand.
  4. Thai boxing is featured throughout the week at Bangkok's Ratchadamnoen Stadium (Monday, Wednesday. (Web site)
  5. Muay Thai boxing is a sport that has been around for thousands of years, and is still practiced today as a professional sport as well as a hobby.

Elephant Show

  1. There is for instance, Thai folk dancing, Thai boxing, sward fighting demonstrations, and an elephant show. (Web site)


  1. It is also the location of inspiration of a variation of Thai Boxing known as " Badu-Badu ", which is growing in popularity amongst the European youth. (Web site)

Muay Thai Boxing

  1. Badu-Badu is a more raw and less refined variation of Muay Thai boxing, and is rumoured to have begun in the city of Ban Nong Pradu.

Martial Arts

  1. Listing every style and tradition of martial arts from Aikido to Thai Boxing. (Web site)

Ancient Art

  1. Muay Thai - the ancient art of Thai boxing - is fascinating to watch. (Web site)


  1. Burmese Boxing (Burmese) A brutal martial sport similar to Thai boxing. (Web site)

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

  1. Students get a great workout as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) and Thai Boxing uses the entire body. (Web site)

Great Sport

  1. Essentially what I'm saying is I teach Thai Boxing because its a great sport and it's useful.

Sword Fighting

  1. There are also daily shows of Thai folk dancing, Thai boxing and sword fighting. (Web site)


  1. The two sports are similar, however, in Thai Boxing, kicks below the belt are allowed, as are strikes with knees and elbows.


  1. A fighter who uses sprawl and brawl are those who are involved in Thai boxing, full contact karate, boxing and kick boxing.
  2. Boxing, Burmese (Burmese) A brutal martial sport similair to Thai boxing. (Web site)

Muay Thai

  1. Thai Boxing or Muay Thai is both a sport and means of self defence. (Web site)
  2. Kickboxing is often confused with Muay Thai, also known as Thai Boxing.
  3. It offers three types of Muay Thai (Thai Boxing) courses for both Thais as well as foreigners. (Web site)

Thai Boxing

  1. Kickboxing combines elements from Karate and Thai Boxing; both the strategy and techniques from kicking and boxing.
  2. Muay Thai, or Thai boxing, is the national sport in Thailand and its native martial art. (Web site)
  3. Martial arts techniques used in the PANCRASE matches include wrestling, judo, boxing, sambo, karate, kempo, jiu-jitsu, and Thai boxing. (Web site)


  1. Culture > Arts > Martial Arts > Muay Thai
  2. National Sport
  3. Society > Culture > Sports > Boxing
  4. Culture > Arts > Martial Arts > Kickboxing
  5. Self Defence
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