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The greatest legendary Muay Thai Hero - Nai Khanom Tom
Nai Khanom Tom
After Ayutthaya had been overcome by the Burmese in 1767, the Siamese captives were taken to Burma as war prisoners. Among these captives was Nai Khanom Tom, a high-skilled muay fighter.
In 1774, the Burmese king, King Mangra visited Rangoon in the celebration for Ket Tat Pagoda. The king called for the fighting bouts to prove if muay Siam is more superior to muay Burma. Nai Khanom Tom was master enough to be chosen to participate in the contest among all the Siam captives.
A statue of Nai Khanom Tom is built to commemorate him at the Provincial Sports Ground in Ayutthaya. Four sparring pairs, placed around the base of the statue, reflect the use of the fist, elbow, knee and foot. A plaque briefly shows the legend of Nai Khanom Tom.
According to the tradition, the 17th of March is regarded as "Muay Thai Day" because it is on this day when Nai Khanom Tom, the "Father of Muay Thai," conquered the Burmese.
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Nai Khanom Tom
On the first day of the celebration, a famous Thai fighter from Ayutthaya, Nai Khanom Tom, entered the ring.
Statue of Nai Khanom Tom - The Father of Muay Thai
Prior to the match beginning, Nai Khanom Tom danced around his opponent, which amazed and confused the Burmese. The referee announced that the dance was a Thai tradition called the Wai Kru and that the dance was a way for the fighter to pay his respects to his mentor.
Despite knocking out his opponent Nai Khanom Tom was not awarded a victory because the referee ruled that the opponent had been distracted by the dance.
Muay Thai history relates that Nai Khanom Tom was then presented with a challenge to face nine other Burmese boxers.
To uphold the reputation of Thai boxing, he agreed to the challenge.
Nai Khanom Tom defeated every Burmese boxer he faced.
In time, Nai Khanom Tom returned to Thailand with two Burmese wives, which were a reward from the Burmese king Lord Mangra because he was so fascinated with Thai boxing.
Nai Khanom Tom was the first Thai boxer to imprint the art of Muay Thai with dignity beyond the borders of Thailand. His actions gave Muay Thai a grand reputation.
Nai Khanom Tom's actions are engraved in the histories of Burma and Thailand to this day.
It is for these reasons that Nai Khanom Tom is known as the Father of Muay Thai. [cached]
In 1774 a very famous fighter named Nai Khanomtom was captured along with other Thai prisoners. He was brought to
On March 17th Nai Khanomtom was selected to fight against the Burmese champion. Nai Khanomtom did a pre-fight dance called Wai Kru which puzzled all of the Burmese.
The King then asked if Nai Khanomtom would fight nine other Burmese champions to prove himself. Nai Khanomtom defeated them all in a superior fashion. King Mangra was so impressed that he remarked, "Every part of the Thai is blessed with venom.
Nai Khanomtom chose the wives as he said that money was easier to find. He then departed with his wives for Siam . Nai Khanomtom is also known as the "father" or "inventor" of Muay Thai and the day of March 17th is known as "Muay Thai Day".
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During the reign of King Rama VII in the Revolutionary Period, permanent boxing stadiums were established both in
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Nai Khanomtom
Nai Khanomtom was a prisoner of war captured by the Burmese when Ayutthaya was sacked for the second time in B.E. 2310 (1767 CE). In B.E. 2317 (1774 CE), the Burmese King, King Angwa, wanted to hold a celebration for the Great Pagoda in Rangoon. Boxing was included in the celebrations.
Good Thai boxers were Called on to fight with Burmese boxers. On the 17th of March of that year, Nai Khanomtom fought and defeated 10 Burmese boxers in succession with no rest period between fights. It was the first time that MuayThai was used in competition outside of Thailand. For his achievements,
Nai Khanomtom was honored as the Father or MuayThai or the Inventor of muayThai, and the 17th of March is now named MuayThai Day.
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Nai Khanom Tom: Father of Muay Thai
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