Rungravee pulls out of contest due to injury

There are a few rumours flying around at the moment about my scheduled fight with Rungravee Sasiprapa and I believe it is necessary to shed a bit of light on the situation. I found out on Thursday evening that Rungravee had pulled out of our fight due to a broken...

Poker Faced.

One of the best ways to look in to the mental state of your opponent is through their facial expression. The face can be a huge give away when trying to establish whether your opponent is tired, frustrated, angry or hurt. You can even tell whether someone is already...

Lumpinee Stadium: A spectators view

As I write this I’m actually sat by my hotel’s infinity pool on the beautiful island of Koh Samui. The pool over looks the beach and from the right angle you’d swear it goes straight in to the ocean. I’ve been pondering what to write about for...

Preparing for your first full Thai rules fight

We have a couple of lads in the gym getting ready for their first full Thai rules (FTR) fight and all are eager to let some elbows fly. I thought this would be the right time to give my thoughts and views on this subject. The first ever FTR British title was fought...

You don’t need to bust a ball every time you train!

The other day I was having a chat about Muay Thai with one of the lads in the gym and he asked my advice on training. He was very keen on improving certain aspects of his game and wasn’t sure on how to go about it. I really don’t mind having my brains...

Attack the body and the head will die.

I’d been back in the UK for a few months since returning from Thailand and was back to my winning ways. The last stint of my Thailand life was very hard financially and I was having to take fights just make ends meet . Competing without the right preparation...