Sunday, December 27, 2009

A NEW Muay Thai school this way comes...

Just minutes away from York U...155 limestone Crescent

Check the Facebook link on the nav bar for info

Our soft opening is Jan 11th. The gym will be running classes, but will still be in the process of completion. So we are offering a promo membership package for 3 months at 150$!

Friday, December 18, 2009

Weekend of York Muay Thai!

December 20th!: Christmas party at Real Thailand, 6pm (spadina and bloor)
There will be awards, raffles and much more!

December 19th-20th: The crew starts working on the NEW York Muay Thai authentic MT school! We are painting, and doing some other things that I actually don't know about lol. But join in if you can!

Monday, December 14, 2009

Where can you see York Muay Thai?

As most of you know, Siam no. 1's Simon had fought in the east not long ago. We found a couple of pictures of him warming up, and... wearing our brand!

For those of you who don't know Simon, he's subbed our class a few times now. York MT wishes him the best of luck!

Friday, December 11, 2009

Mikey's IFMA 2009 Montage

A cool montage of Mikey and X at the IFMA's with Team Canada and Ajahn Suchart


Friday, December 4, 2009

Mikey Defeats Ukraine and Takes the GOLD at the IFMA World Championships!

Way to represent Canada, and most importantly yourself, Mikey! Congratulations!

Congrats to all the other Canadians and a shout out to our friends from Siam no 1! They walked away with a ton of medals :)

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Team Canada Fighters Coached by Ajahn Suchart are Going to the Finals at the IFMA World Tournament!

like the title says!
fighters: Ruel, Margaret, Daniel and Mikey (Southside)

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Saiyok Pumpanmuang

So I posted the Slamm fights the other day and no doubt those who watched took notice of Saiyok. He's been in the game for a long time and has fought quite a few times outside of Thailand...yet he's still one of the lesser known fighters.

He's currently the #1 Welterweight in the Thailand rankings (and national champion), and he's about #3 or 4 in both Raja and Lumpini...He's now the WMC champion

photo by Richlieu

Saiyok is definitely up there. If you watch him, he doesn't have that kind of "pretty" aesthetic to his technique that Buakaw does, but when you see his strikes land it looks absolutely horrifying. He really punishes his opponent for not blocking or evading.

I'd personally love to see Buakaw and him go at it in full Muaythai rules.




Saiyok at last years slamm:
aaand finally check the Slamm 6 videos post for Saiyok fighting for a title vs Warren Stevelmans