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Omnoi Stadium

Omnoi Stadium

Omnoi Stadium or Siam Boxing Stadium, is the fourth most important Stadium in Thailand, after Lumpinee St., Rajadamnern St. and Channel 7 St. Once a week (every Saturday) Muay Thai events take place at Omnoi Stadium which are live broadcasted on Thai TV “Channel 3”. The origins: The stadium original name

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Muay Thai Gambling: a Rough Guide

Muay Thai Gambling: a Rough Guide

Articolo in italiano clicca qui For English article go to the original link: I GOT 4 TO 1 ON RED: A Rough Guide to Muay Thai Gambling Chok dee

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(Italiano) Da grande voglio fare il ‘Nak Muay’ e venire in Thailandia…

(Italiano) Da grande voglio fare il ‘Nak Muay’ e venire in Thailandia…

Sorry, this entry is only available in Italian.

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Weekly Muay Thai stadiums program in Thailand

Max Muay Thai (Sunday only) – Channel 8 – from 6.20PM to 8.20PM Streaming Links: Thai TV 3 NBT Channel 8 TGN T-Sport TV5 MCOT Channel 7

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Muay Thai Gambling

Muay Thai Gambling

 You have, surely, asked yourself the meaning of the gestures and body movements of the Thai Gamblers during Muay Thai fights. In this ‘mini’ guide we will explain in general the meaning of some of this gestures, because making a complete guide results almost impossible,as these gestures vary from each region.

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What is the Mongkhon?

What is the Mongkhon?

In a Muay Thai fight, the two fighters (Thai or Farang) during the pre fight prayer called Wai Kru, must wear a string (cord) around their head called Mongkhon and also strings on the forearms called Pra Jiad. Those two objects are symbols of protection and origin of the fighter.

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