All the lastest KO Gym news
Big Mo and Leon excelled at the recent Ringmasters show winning the Super Heavyweight and Heavyweight titles with some explosive technique. Leon won by two knockouts and Big Mo produced some stunning low kicks to bring home the title.
Ringmasters showed the strength in depth we have at KO Muay Thai, where we were able to send two novice fighters to an event where seasoned professionals were fighting.....and we still brought home the titles.
Well done chaps, you did KO proud.
An amazing video here about Noe Kuremoto, from KO East London. Noe has been with KO for around four years and we have seen her blossom into an accomplished amateur fighter. In this video she talks about what its like to fight in the ring from an amateur perspective and from someone who thought she would never step in the ring. Well done Noe, we are glad you did!
Kru Bill Judd will be doing a Saturday Master Class at Pumped Gym Stevenage and KO West London.
The first Masterclass will be at Pumped Gym this Saturday 20th October 12:00pm, thereafter every third Saturday of the month. He will then do West London on Saturday 3rd November 12:30pm and thereafter every first Saturday of the month.
Young Jimmy only eight years old, and a young man who holds himself with great respect within the gym, always helpful and training hard, won two fights in the Junior Super League this weekend. Jimmy got to the semi-final proving once again there is a huge legacy within the KO Muay Thai clubs, with a rich vein of young future fighters.
A very interesting video here on Pornsanae Sitmonchai about life as a professional Thai boxer in Thailand. You may also want to listen to some of the podcasts on MuayThaiPreservationProject. There is also a new show commissioned for Australian TV called Warriors of the Mongkong which looks very interesting featuring John Wayne Parr and a host of other top Australian fighters.
Arnold Oboratov KO Bloodline fighter has been offered a contract with K1 Japan. Well done to Arnold and Paul Marat at KO Bloodline. This is Arnold's chance to take the world by storm in the world's most prestigious kickboxing competition. Arnold will be heading up the new 93+ kg division. For those not in the know, K1 is a Japanese orientated kickboxing competition which allows entrants from various forms of kickboxing including Muay Thai. K1 rules do not allow elbows, knees are allowed but limited, and clinch is limited to a single shot and then the fighters must break.