TRAIN LIKE THE BODYGUARDS OF KINGS
Ajarn Saifon fought his first fight at the age of 12. Since then, he has fought a total number of 120 fights, won 80, lost 20 and 20 were draw. He won 20 times by knockout. He spent years of his life in over 435 boxing rounds. Today, students come from all over the world to learn his technique.
Muay Boran Master
Ajarn Saifon learnt Muay Boran from his father, who learnt it from his father as well. He started training when he was just 9 years old. Muay Boran runs for generations in the lineage of men in his family. Muay Boran is his DNA.
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ANCIENT MARTIAL ARTS
We proudly bring ancient Thai martial arts into the modern world, serving professional fighters as well as ordinary men and women alike who seek to improve their combat skills, boost health and fitness, and raise confidence. Professional fighters from all over the world find cutting-edge Muay Boran techniques bringing them the desired edge over the opponent in the ring. Entrepreneurs and executives find Muay Boran is a great way to up their game in terms of tactics and strategy.
WHAT IS MUAY BORAN?
Muay Boran was originally developed for self-defense and also taught to the Thai military for use in warfare. Muay Boran originally is a martial art system which also has deadly techniques, grappling techniques and ground fighting techniques apart from its stand up techniques. This differs from modern-day Muay Thai, which consists only of stand up and is only a ring sport. Matches between practitioners of the art then began to be held. These soon became an integral part of Thai culture with fights being held at festivals and fighters from the different areas of Thailand testing their styles against each other. Fighters began to wrap their hands and forearms in hemp rope which not only protected their fists from injury but also made their strikes more likely to cut an opponent. Muay Boran fighters were highly respected and the best were enlisted into the King’s royal guard. During the 1920s-30s King Rama VII modernized the Thai martial arts competitions, introducing referees, boxing gloves, rounds and western boxing rings. Many of the traditional Muay Boran techniques were banned or were not practical with the addition of the new rules, and so Muay Boran went into decline and has been preserved by only few dedicated masters and teachers. – Wikipedia