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    thailand
    1) Saenchai Sor Kingstar-unbelievable array of skills and amazing timing
    2) Pornsaneh-because he is an absolute animal
    3) Rungraevee Sasiprapa-Hard as fook
    4) Nokweed Davy-Massive skills and heart

    UK
    1) Andy Howson-never in a boring fight, always a war
    2)Jordan Watson-technically perfect in every way
    3) Liam Harrison-proabaly the most determined fighter in UK
    4)Tommi Mcormack- similar to Jordan, outrageously talented

    women
    1) Lisa Houghton-Smith (retired) purely awesome. will always be my all time fave female fighter
    2) Helene Garnett-hits like a man twice her weight
    3) Iman Barlow-still only 16 but over 100 fights already and technically amazing
    4) Bernise Aldiss-pure class.

    up and comers- Thep JIttiGym and Danny Crompton (waterloo st gym)

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    British : has to be Liam Harrison
    Highlight : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLij11yGfiM

    European : Andrei Kulebin
    Highlight : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kMa4BB15gbA

    Thai : Jomhod Kiatadisak
    Highlight : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_jFwgeL0xE

    Rest of world : John Wayne Parr
    Highlight : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMKFpOGn2z4

    Some different styles but all equally as brutal

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    cant believe i missed out Buakaw Por pramuk, samkor and yod! Will stick them on my list too!

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    yodsenklai is very talented also. Can't help but think contender asia was a fix with him and John Wayne-Parr in the final. He fights for Fairtex doesn't he? Maz thats an epic list pal, You seem to be a bit more clued up on the U.K thai fighters, Not seen many fights between U.K fighters. Something I intend to remedy.

    Have you got any videos maz, Training or fights? Would be awesome with that many names on it. Im stickying this thread anyway lads.
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    Saenchai Sor Kingstar - agree with Ross90 awsome old school style fighter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ross90 View Post
    yodsenklai is very talented also. Can't help but think contender asia was a fix with him and John Wayne-Parr in the final. He fights for Fairtex doesn't he? Maz thats an epic list pal, You seem to be a bit more clued up on the U.K thai fighters, Not seen many fights between U.K fighters. Something I intend to remedy.

    Have you got any videos maz, Training or fights? Would be awesome with that many names on it. Im stickying this thread anyway lads.
    Ross, there is loads of footage on youtube of Bad COmpany Fighters, with the exception of Jordan but you can get hold of DVD's of all their shows through the website. same probably goes for Wicker Camp fighters (TOmmi and Helene) there are plenty of dvd's around with domestic/european/world bouts on them.
    you should watch more UK shows/fights, the Thai Boxing scene in the UK is probably one of the strongest in the world outside thailand, with some of the best fighters in the world battling it out every week up and down the country.

    get yourself along to the M.E.N arena in manchester next week for the second MSA Show. if you are interested in thai boxing, you're not really going to get a better card in ENgland than this one...Liam v Anuwat rematch, Damien Trainor v Kaoklai, Michael Dicks v Bovy S.U, and then the domestic bouts of Andy Howson v Dean James and Keiron Keddle v Imran Kahn. it doesnt really get much better for 30..until the May MSA Show when Jordan fights Buakaw!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maz View Post
    thailand
    1) Saenchai Sor Kingstar-unbelievable array of skills and amazing timing
    2) Pornsaneh-because he is an absolute animal
    3) Rungraevee Sasiprapa-Hard as fook
    4) Nokweed Davy-Massive skills and heart

    UK
    1) Andy Howson-never in a boring fight, always a war
    2)Jordan Watson-technically perfect in every way
    3) Liam Harrison-proabaly the most determined fighter in UK
    4)Tommi Mcormack- similar to Jordan, outrageously talented

    women
    1) Lisa Houghton-Smith (retired) purely awesome. will always be my all time fave female fighter
    2) Helene Garnett-hits like a man twice her weight
    3) Iman Barlow-still only 16 but over 100 fights already and technically amazing
    4) Bernise Aldiss-pure class.

    up and comers- Thep JIttiGym and Danny Crompton (waterloo st gym)
    quality list thre mate.. gotta rep bad company fighters.. they are badass

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    Bovy, Pajonsuk and Fabio Pinca

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    I have to go with Namsaknoi.

    Having sparred with him and Clinched with him can only say he is on another planet. That was with him pretty much playing about aswell.

    I was lucky enough to share a fight card with him @ Bangla Staduim and see him fight live.

    Its a pitty the ways things have turned out for him.

    P.S he is quite a funny guy and loves a sing song.
    Last edited by Baa; 29-04-2010 at 11:49 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maz View Post
    thailand
    1) Saenchai Sor Kingstar-unbelievable array of skills and amazing timing
    2) Pornsaneh-because he is an absolute animal
    3) Rungraevee Sasiprapa-Hard as fook
    4) Nokweed Davy-Massive skills and heart

    UK
    1) Andy Howson-never in a boring fight, always a war
    2)Jordan Watson-technically perfect in every way
    3) Liam Harrison-proabaly the most determined fighter in UK
    4)Tommi Mcormack- similar to Jordan, outrageously talented

    women
    1) Lisa Houghton-Smith (retired) purely awesome. will always be my all time fave female fighter
    2) Helene Garnett-hits like a man twice her weight
    3) Iman Barlow-still only 16 but over 100 fights already and technically amazing
    4) Bernise Aldiss-pure class.

    up and comers- Thep JIttiGym and Danny Crompton (waterloo st gym)
    T'is a good list there, although i find it as Biased as mine is about to be.
    Having trained at BC before (albeit briefly), I am now training at Minotour Gym Burnt Oak - #1 MT gym in the country. IMO.

    Best Thai Fighters IMO:

    Saenchai Sor Kingstar - Just Amazing
    Baukaw Por Pramuk - People knock him but he is always evolving his style and is unpredictable.
    Yodsenklai Fairtex - Quick, Powerful and Smart.

    Uk Fighters:

    Christian Knowles - Minotour Gym
    Samuel Wilson - Minotour Gym
    Lyndon Knowles - Minotour Gym
    Olly Watson - Minotour Gym
    Dillan White - Red Dragons


    BTW - I have not put J. Watson on this list although i will be seeing him at the Seni on May 29th when he fights Baukaw Por Pramuk - on the same card as Chris Knowles and Olly Watson
    Last edited by Drill Sergeant; 14-05-2010 at 10:26 PM.

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