Enjoy the journey and reap the benefits.

Every journey in life has a very simple process; you have a start, a middle and an end. I think you’d be stumped to try and think of one that didn’t have this formula. In my opinion the middle, in any situation, is the learning curve; the part you...

Muay Thai Scoring

Now this will be a difficult blog to write about, but I’m going to attempt it. I’m not going to write an in-depth analysis of the scoring criteria, more highlight certain points and explain them to the best of my ability. I get asked often by some of the lads in the...

That’s how you win championships

I was around 17/18 at the time and had just finished another international contest with Dutch fighter Remco Wattenberg. Remco was in his mid 20’s and was one ugly looking man! I actually remember a few years later I was sat with the Dutch team having a meal the...

Small Fish Big Pond

It’s been a little hectic the past few months with sorting things out for the gym, family and seminars, but as I’ve got five minutes I thought I’d give you another one of my Thailand tales. If you’ve followed my blogs you may recall one titled...

Preparing for your first 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...