Sunday, November 27, 2011

December 2011 Events!

Dec 4: Celebrating the 84th Birthday of HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej
- come out to this event where the Muay Thai community celebrates the King of Thailand's birthday. This special event has gyms from all over the city coming, so be there to represent! Food and demos. See poster and for more info.

Dec 18: York Muay Thai's annual Christmas party!
-The entire gym will get together for some good food, awards, raffle prizes (lots of cool stuff), conversation and the annual video montage. Don't miss it!

Details coming soon...

Weekend Fight Post: Rumble of the Kings and Thai Fight Extreme

Too many sick fights this I'm going to post em all in one! All of these are very action packed, so pick up one and get started.

Yodsanklai vs Kyshenko:

Buakaw vs Mickael Piscitello:

Kem Sitsongpeenong vs Dongsu Kim:

Fabio Pinca vs Mosab Amrani:

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Mid Week Fight: Saenchai vs Tongchai (video)

Even the mighty will have fallen at least once in their time...and if not will one day soon.

Everyone is capable of winning, and also of losing. It's just the nature of the game.

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Buffalo Results

Here are Saturday nights results:

Sweaty went the full three rounds, showing the heart of a lion, but lost a unanimous decision to a strong opponent.

Tranny had a dominant first round with knees, but was unable to continue mid way through after a joint injury.

Durst rematched his last opponent for what was largely a repeat of their previous bout. His opponent was very game and much more aggressive this time. However, Durst once again had a dominant 3 round fight for a unanimous decision win.

Patrick fought last. His original opponent backed out. Luckily, our friends from Training Ground Mississauga had a fighter weighed in and ready to go at Patrick's weight. The two had a very technical first round of exchanges, until Patrick landed a strong teep to his opponent's jaw. His opponent was not knocked out, but did sustain a serious cut, which resulted in a TKO win for Fingers.

Lastly, our friend from Victory, Andrew Poon, could not compete against Zhang due to a health issue. Andrew was nice enough to make the trek down to show support for the Canadian athletes.

Congratulations goes to Noel Hussey from our friends at Training Ground. He won the USMTA amateur Heavyweight title via TKO in the first round. Opening up with some fast and hard kicks, then finishing the fight with a freight train of a 1-2.

Friday, November 4, 2011

Chok Dee! YMT in West Seneca Nov 5th!

Good luck to our fighters tmrw: Patrick, Sweaty, Durst, Zhang and Tranny.
They are scheduled to take on their opponents in West Seneca on an amateur Muay Thai fight card! The team has been preparing's time to "throw down"!! *Zhangisms*

Also, the blue class is cancelled since most of the team will be away at that time for the fights.

Student of the Month (October 2011): Steve "Sweaty"!