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Thread: Best Muay Thai club in London?

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    loads in london, minotaurs, keddles, semtex, raptors, london muay thai academy, symonds muay thai, and im sure there's more im forgetting

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    McSweeney trains at Keddles in Orpington

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorillaacademy View Post
    McSweeney trains at Keddles in Orpington
    McSweeney isnt under the list on the site, maybe he doesnt train there anymore.

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    He may live in America permantly now.

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    James was here (keddles) about 3 weeks ago. He does train in the states also with Jackson MMA where he is right now. The website is currently being updated hence why he is not on the list

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    Peacocks or ko
    Please respect authority.

    Amateur Boxing Record: 26-9

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    When McSweeney is in London why doesnt he train at LS? Ego because Mus destroyed him? He would improve a lot training there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 123 MMA View Post
    Is their any world class Muay Thai pro's in London?

    Dave Pacquette at KO Gym.

    KO Gym is by far the best Muay Thai camp actually in London. They have a big stable of fighters and three full time gyms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewC View Post
    Dave Pacquette at KO Gym.

    KO Gym is by far the best Muay Thai camp actually in London. They have a big stable of fighters and three full time gyms.
    Are all 3 gyms in London?

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    you forgot to add Diesel Gym to that list... ;-)

    also no mention of Scorpions ? home to Michael and Steven Wakeling - 2 of the best pros in this country and their dad Mark...a great coach

    plus Krishana, Elephant Gym, East London Muay Thai, Gymbox Team Tieu, Safari etc etc - to be fair there are a whole host of great teachers all over - could probably fill a page with the amount of clubs that are about...

    there are lots of good thai camps all over London..... and surrounding areas ... of course there is no 'best; camp as every instructor and their students will say the name of the gym they attend - its about getting the best out of the student


    bear in mind that there are a lot of good standup coaches who dont/can;t teach Muay Thai - the rules/scoring are different to that of K1 and Kickboxing - something which a lot of people dont understand - equally a great muay thai coach has to understand some basics of MMA to be able to cross teach striking for MMA...so really you need to work out what you want before picking a club...
    Last edited by Yak; 12-10-2009 at 07:59 AM.

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