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Nai Khanom Tom

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KO Muay Thai

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KO Muay Thai

186 Bancroft Road

London, Greater London,E1 4ET

United Kingdom

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KO Muaythai is one of the leading gym in London UK, We teach and train muay thai, thaiboxing, kickboxing and MMA, fighters from beginners to international level. ...more

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NAI KHANOM TOM
Legend of Nai Khanom Tom Legend of Nai Khanom Tom referee led the Thai boxer into the ring and introduced his as Nai Khanom Tom, a famous fighter from Ayuthya, viewers saw a robust, dogged dark-skinned captive. mong the group of Burmese spectators was a group of Thai captives who view [sic] with each other in cheering him. As soon as he matched with a fighter, Nai Khanom Tom began dancing around his opponent, which amazed and perplexed the Burmese spectators. he referee then announced that the dance was a Thai tradition (wai khruu) through which the boxer paid his respects to his mentor. Then the signal for the match was given, Nai Khanom Tom rushed forward, elbowing and pummeling his opponent in the chest until the latter collapsed. he referee, however, judged that the knockout was not to be considered a victory for theThai boxer, since his Burmese opponent had been distracted by the wai khruu dance, so Nai Khanom Tom had to confront nine other Burmese boxers. This decision prompted the other Thai boxers to volunteer to fight together with Nai Khanom Tom to avenge him. Nai Khanom Tom agreed to fight against the other Burmese boxers to uphold the reputation of Thai boxing. is last opponent was in fact a boxing teacher from Ya Kai City who was on a visit to enjoy the festivities. Thus, he volunteered to fight, but was soon so mangled by Nai Khanom Tom's kicks that no one dared to challenge him further. However, Lord Mangra was so enthralled with Thai boxing that he summoned Nai Khanom Tom to reward him, asking which he would prefer, money or beauteous wives. ithout hesitation, Nai Khanom Tom said he would take the wives, because money was easier to find. NAI KHANOM TOM


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The Story of Nai Khanom TomKO Muay Thai - Nai Khanom TomNai Khanom Tom Nai Khanom Tom The Story of Nai Khanom TomA referee led the Thai boxer into the ring and introduced his as Nai Khanom Tom, a famous fighter from Ayuthya, viewers saw a robust, dogged dark-skinned captive.Among the group of Burmese spectators was a group of Thai captives who view [sic] with each other in cheering him.As soon as he matched with a fighter, Nai Khanom Tom began dancing around his opponent, which amazed and perplexed the Burmese spectators.The referee then announced that the dance was a Thai tradition (wai khruu) through which the boxer paid his respects to his mentor. Then the signal for the match was given, Nai Khanom Tom rushed forward, elbowing and pummeling his opponent in the chest until the latter collapsed.The referee, however, judged that the knockout was not to be considered a victory for th eThai boxer, since his Burmese opponent had been distracted by the wai khruu dance, so Nai Khanom Tom had to confront nine other Burmese boxers. This decision prompted the other Thai boxers to volunteer to fight together with Nai Khanom Tom to avenge him.Nai Khanom Tom agreed to fight against the other Burmese boxers to uphold the reputation of Thai boxing.His last opponent was in fact a boxing teacher from Ya Kai City who was on a visit to enjoy the festivities.Thus, he volunteered to fight, but was soon so mangled by Nai Khanom Tom's kicks that no one dared to challenge him further.However, Lord Mangra was so enthralled with Thai boxing that he summoned Nai Khanom Tom to reward him, asking which he would prefer, money or beauteous wives.Without hesitation, Nai Khanom Tom said he would take the wives, because money was easier to find.


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The Story of Nai Khanom TomKO Muay Thai - Nai Khanom TomNai Khanom Tom Nai Khanom Tom The Story of Nai Khanom TomA referee led the Thai boxer into the ring and introduced his as Nai Khanom Tom, a famous fighter from Ayuthya, viewers saw a robust, dogged dark-skinned captive.Among the group of Burmese spectators was a group of Thai captives who view [sic] with each other in cheering him.As soon as he matched with a fighter, Nai Khanom Tom began dancing around his opponent, which amazed and perplexed the Burmese spectators.The referee then announced that the dance was a Thai tradition (wai khruu) through which the boxer paid his respects to his mentor. Then the signal for the match was given, Nai Khanom Tom rushed forward, elbowing and pummeling his opponent in the chest until the latter collapsed.The referee, however, judged that the knockout was not to be considered a victory for th eThai boxer, since his Burmese opponent had been distracted by the wai khruu dance, so Nai Khanom Tom had to confront nine other Burmese boxers. This decision prompted the other Thai boxers to volunteer to fight together with Nai Khanom Tom to avenge him.Nai Khanom Tom agreed to fight against the other Burmese boxers to uphold the reputation of Thai boxing.His last opponent was in fact a boxing teacher from Ya Kai City who was on a visit to enjoy the festivities.Thus, he volunteered to fight, but was soon so mangled by Nai Khanom Tom's kicks that no one dared to challenge him further.However, Lord Mangra was so enthralled with Thai boxing that he summoned Nai Khanom Tom to reward him, asking which he would prefer, money or beauteous wives.Without hesitation, Nai Khanom Tom said he would take the wives, because money was easier to find.


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