Welcome back once again to Mexico! Mexico is so rich in culture and famous for many things like its food culture and tacos, Mayan temples, cenotes, mariachi bands, beach destinations like Cancun and the Dia de Muertes, “Day of the Dead.” Today the Youth of Mexico come to woo you with their mastery of the […]
“Knowledge will give you power, but character respect.” Bruce Lee Today we travel back to Mexico where Yhue Sanchez performs a beautiful Wai Kru from her beautiful hometown. The Wai Kru is a part of the ancient traditions of Muaythai and respect is therefore tightly interwoven into our sport and must be shown at all […]
Hola from Mexico! We are proud Mexicans, a sport loving country in which Muaythai is one of the fastest growing sports. Inclusion, equality are not just words for Mexican Muaythai. We are proud of our President, Elisa Salinas, who is also the IFMA Vice President and Pan American President. Mexico made history by hosting the […]
Coming Home was Thailand’s motto when they bid for the World Muaythai Championships 2019. They have now been given this honour, making this the first senior level muaythai event to be held in Bangkok since 2015.
In Argentina free muaythai classes offer a lifeline to children left behind by the economic challenges facing the country; and for one boy learning to trust his coach has meant the difference between despair and hope.
One young boy in Mexico embodies the spirit of the Sport Is Your Gang projects: he went from being selling drugs for a criminal gang to teaching muaythai and living a clean life thanks to the support of the Mexican project.
Alena Leshkevich and Sofia Olofsson continue to show amazing results with both taking their third gold medal at the world championships this year.