Rawai Muay Thai sponsors fighters, both local and foreign athletes. If you want to fight you can join the fight training program. It’s hard work but it’s worth it and you learn so much from fighting. One reason people come to Thailand to fight is that it’s so easy to get fights. There are fights almost every night and you can get a lot of ring experience. Back in your home country you might be able to fight once or twice a year. But local fighters can fight more than once a month.
In this section we post fight results about our fighters at Rawai Muay Thai. Keep up to date with your favorite fighters.
Ever wanted to train and fight in Thailand? That’s what many of our students have done. This blog post contains their personal stories about doing the fight training and fighting in Thailand.read more
Rawai Muay Thai fighter Madsing (Top) was victorious in the main event at the Art of 8 event sponsored by Cross Muay Thai in Kuala Lumpur on 11 September 2018. Watch the full fight here.read more
MX Champion 67 KG. June 22, 2018. Madsing wins his debut encounter in the MX tournament in Bangkok. He defeated Gokhan Boran (Turkey) by Decision.read more
Rawai Muay Thai organizes fights on a regular basis. Our boxers fight in local stadiums or fairs. Here is a compilation of some of our favorite Muay Thai posters.read more
Rawai Muay Thai’s YouTube channel has thousands of fight and training videos from our students and trainers. Here is a list of our top picks.read more
Young Muay Thai Thai fighters Mongkunpet and Sittichai win big at the 2017 IFMA Championships in Bangkok.read more
Tepwarit Rawai Muay Thai got his revenge after losing to Yoditti in the final of the Toyota Tournament 2016. This time he won by KO in round 4.read more
As part of our community outreach efforts, Rawai Muay Thai organized a charity fight night to raise funds for local schools in Khao Lak.read more