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Mae Mai Muay Thai - Hanuman Tawai Waen Wording description : Hanuman = A magic monkey in the mythical story, Ramayana Tawai = To give Waen = a ring The name of Mae Mai Muay Thai describes the action when a magic money give the ring to its boss in the Ramayana story. The action describe as if the ring still attached to finger so this term is used when describe when boxer attack by a punch. Hanuman Tawai Waen is the technique that use for respond punch attack. The picture illustrates when the attacker punches then the defensive uses the left hand sweep the punch, in the same time the defensive step forward and respond by punch to attacker’s chin. This technique seem very common approach like take punch but intend to attack vulnerable spot like chin so it will be come one of the deadly technique in Muay Thai. Lear Muay Thai at MuayThaiStuff.com

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Know more about Wai Kru Ram Muay (ritual dance before the fight) As mentioned earlier that Wai Kru ceremony and Wai Kru Ram Muay is different in terms of usage and occasion of use. However, it is quite definite understanding of the objective of Wai Kru ceremony, but if we talk about Wai Kru Ram Muay ritual dance, the fundamental knowledge of its objectives that widely recognised is to let boxers have a chance to pay respect to the teacher and bless him a victory before the fight. Now we are getting to know more about it, of course there are some more objectives of Wai Kru Ram Muay apart from the one mentioned earlier. According to there are other forms of Muay Thai in the past until today, such as Muay Boran, Muay Kad Chuek, Muay Chaiya, or even other regional style of Muay etc. The forms and practice of Wai Kru Ram Muay are also depends on the form of Muay itself and it is also believed that depends on teacher as well. Although the primary objective of Wai Kru Ram Muay has been widely recognised among western boxers who learn Muay Thai. But there are some other benefits and objectives of Wai Kru Ram Muay, which have been taught over years, especially in Thailand. * During Wai Kru Ram Muay, boxers may use this time to motivate themselves to be courageous and to make emotional preparation for the coming fight. * During Wai Kru Ram Muay, boxers may have opportunity to observe their opponent’s ability, strength and weakness through the Ram Muay postures and form of ritual dance as well as to assess to find out how to beat the opponent. This is actually quite difficult to get the information only from watching the initial ritual dance. But this is only one chance that boxers will have an opportunity to assess their opponent before the fight begins. * Vice versa, if boxer perform a perfect ritual dance, in the way that opponent may assesses that represents aggressiveness, this will bring benefit to the boxer who perform perfect ritual dance that they can psychologically agitate the opponent and make them be frighten. * Ritual dance also benefit boxers in terms of being a kind of warm-up before the fight. Here above are other benefits of Wai Kru Ram ritual dance. However, for modern Muay Thai, even though the original concept and objectives of Wai Kru Ram Muay still being taught to new generation boxers, but to perform full performance and original ritual dance take quite long time, so it is very rare case to see modern boxers perform original ritual dance today, but the original concept still exist. There are variety of the form of ritual dance, depends on the form of Muay and teachers. However, there are some ritual dance performance that are widely used. The terminology of Wai Kru Ram Muay postures are Thai words that generally based on the physical dance postures. For example; Pra Ram Plaeng Sorn (พระรามแผลงศร) This term use to describe the god Rama is performing archery shooting arrow to opponent. Pra Ram Plaeng Sorn ritual dance is an aggressive posture, which believed that benefit to the boxer in terms of making their opponent be frighten. Sod Soi Mala (สอดสร้อยมาลา) This term use to describe the action that making a flower garland. This ritual dance posture does not intend to represent the aggressiveness of the boxer but represent the beautifulness of the ritual dance itself. Author: Isara Sukgrarongka

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Mae Mai Muay Thai - Hak Nguang Ai Yara
Wording description :
Hak = To break
Nguang = trunk
Ai Yara = elephant
The name of Mae Mai Muay Thai describes the action of when a man trying to break an elephant’s trunk.
Hak Hnuang Ai Yara is the technique that use to respond kick attack. when the attacker kicks, the defensive boxer then try to grab attacker’s leg firmly and use the right arm push on the leg to make attacker fall down. Defensive boxer may increase the injury to the attacker’s leg. The defensive boxer may apply the technique by using elbow to punch on the leg.
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THAI FIGHT Kard Chuek 3/8/13 - 3/8/56 -3 August 2013 - 3ส.ค.56 (Thu, 24 Apr 2014 03:44:14 +0000)

THAI FIGHT 3/8/13 - 3/8/56 -3 August 2013 - 3ส.ค.56
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The Muay Kaad Chuak (Bound Fist Boxing)
By Scott Mallon

Every April in Thailand there’s a relatively unknown sporting event unlike any other in the world. Known in Thailand as the Muay Kaad Chuak, it is also known by some as the Bare-Knuckle and uses brutally simple rules abandoned in 1923. Bound Fist Boxing is technically illegal in Thailand however once a year fighters from Thailand and Burma come together to participate in an event which has taken place for hundreds of years.

The Muay Kaad Chuak parallels Burma’s Leth Wei style of fighting. Elbows, knees, punches, kicks, throws and even head-butts are allowed. There’s no hitting an opponent while he’s down, poking in the eyes is not allowed nor is biting.
Bare-Knuckle is a slightly misleading term though as the fighters hands are not actually bare. While they don’t use gloves, they do have their hands wrapped with a hemp rope or boxing wraps. These wraps are taped as in western boxing to form two cast-like weapons. Fighters may be outweighed by as much as thirty pounds, a weight difference unheard of in the fight game. Each fight lasts for five, three minute rounds and rarely does the participants in the Muay Kaad Chuak finish the bouts with movie star looks. Cuts, abrasions and swelling to the point of gross disfiguration are all part of the game. Victory comes by surrender or knockout and if both participants are still standing at the end of the bout, the fight is declared a draw.

The Muay Kaad Chuak takes place in the sleepy little town of Mae Sot in Thailand, at the peak of the hot season on the border of Myanmar (formerly Burma). It’s held during the Thai Songkran Festival. The Songkran, which is Sanskrit for “the beginning of the new solar year”, falls on April 13, 14 and 15 each year and bare-knuckle fights take place daily. The first day or two of the event showcases the more skilled fighters and the last day pits members of the crowd, always Thai vs. Burmese – sometimes those fighting are settling a grudge between them, other times they’re simply drunk and feeling patriotic.

The Muay Kaad Chuak fights honor Thai soldier Nai Khnom Tom who as legend has it, fought and defeated no less than . nine Burmese fighters in the 18th century to win the independence of Siam (modern-day Thailand). To this day, Nai Khnom Tom is deeply revered in Thailand. These fights are a throwback to ancient times.

Fights begin early in the afternoon. In April the air is thick and heavy and makes it difficult for even the most fit and acclimated of fighters to catch their breath. There is a circus-like atmosphere in the crowd and the underlying loathing Thais and Burmese have for one another compounds the intensity of the occasion. The Burmese invaded Siam in the 16th and 18th centuries capturing Chiang Mai and in 1767 they burned and plundered the former capitol of Thailand, Ayuthaya. The Thais have never forgotten this and neither have the Burmese. The Burmese crowd takes up one side of the ring and the Thai occupy the other.

There are underground bare-knuckle contests elsewhere in the world but the number of truly skilled fighters willing to travel to Thailand or Myanmar is limited. Even in Myanmar (Burma), where bare-knuckle fights are a regular occurrence, the pool of professional fighters is relatively small. Couple this with the Myanmar governments’ reluctance to let their people out of the country, especially their best fighters and you are not going to end up with their finest representatives.

Most Burmese fighters who make it to the Muay Kaad Chuak are simply the best fighters who are able and willing to travel across the border at that particular time. Thailand has a large number of fighters available however fighting in bare-knuckle matches is much different than the gloved battles that take place in Lumpini or Rajdamnern stadiums. Top level fighters from Bangkok decline to take part in the Muay Kaad Chuak because the purse is usually much lower than they are used too receiving and the risk of being injured is great. Thai trainers and fighters are of the opinion their Burmese opponents, while tough and well-conditioned, do not fight intelligently.

There is a saying in Thai, “Nak Muay Khon Parma mai chai samong.”

“Burmese fighters do not use their brains.”

All guts, no brains in other words.

Whether or not this is true, it is clear most Thai’s and Burmese do not have a fondness for one another – they simply tolerate each other.

Nothing comes easy for these fighters.

Burmese may come from all parts of their country to participate in the event. They make their way via bus, train or motorcycle. A few years ago a group of Burmese fighters rode their motorcycles for 5 straight days over rugged, unpaved terrain to fight for a purse that nets them $25. Most of the Thai fighters come from the border towns.

The Burmese normally enter Thailand on a one day border pass out of Myawaddi, Myanmar and are required to depart Thailand late in the afternoon on the same day. If a boxer misses the deadline - even if it was because he was fighting – Thai immigration may choose to detain him until some sort of financial restitution can be made by a manager or promoter.

The Muay Kaad Chuak is a violent affair, at times downright brutal; yet year after year, national pride and tradition keep the event alive.

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