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    I'm going on a gap year and as part of it i would like to include a month or so at an mma training camp.

    I've trained martial arts for 7 years but only started training mma in the last 3 months and absolutely love it, can't wait to train each week.

    I've looked around and tiger mma in Thailand seems like the best option as it is cheapest even including flights.

    Just looking for anyones experiences, ideas or advice on the matter

    thanks

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    Hey Ben, thanks for the signature link mate!

    I couple of fella's from my gym are going over the Matt Hughes gym (in te U.S) for a few weeks, they will be doing an online blog with pics, videos and how it goes over there, not the same as Tiger in Thailand, but another good option. Has had some good reports too!
    I don't believe in belts. There should be no ranking system for toughness.

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    don't worry, think the site is a really good idea and more people should visit it.

    i'll be sure to check out the Hueghes stuff, that was the other alternative so id like a look into what its like

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    dont do mma at tiger, you will be ill all the time. if you go to thailand, do thai boxing

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunny View Post
    dont do mma at tiger, you will be ill all the time. if you go to thailand, do thai boxing
    why would you be ill?

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    everyone has staph infections and that, people dont wash their clothes properly inbetween grappling sessions and in that heat, its not pretty

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    If in Thailand check out Keatkhamtorn hope of 2x Lumpini champion Nopperatt

    http://www.keatkhamtorn.com/

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    tiger is balls

    train muay thai in thailand

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