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    I've got three Muay Thai fighters I'd like to match up if anybody has a show on soon.

    Scott Kirkham - 'C' Class - 80Kg (Record- 1 fight. 1 loss) - (Male)
    James Young - 'N' Class - 80Kg (No record - first fight) - (Male)
    Jamie Farr - 'N' Class - 59Kg (No Record - first fight) - (Male)

    If anybody knows of any events/shows coming up soon, or if anybody is promoting an event please contact me to discuss matching up my fighters.

    Contact me (Rob Griffiths) here. or at: info@ultimateboxing.net

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    post on axkickboxing mate, much much better for muaythai, is the equivalent of cagewarriors for mma

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    Quote Originally Posted by UltimateBoxing Congleton View Post
    I've got three Muay Thai fighters I'd like to match up if anybody has a show on soon.

    Scott Kirkham - 'C' Class - 80Kg (Record- 1 fight. 1 loss) - (Male)
    James Young - 'N' Class - 80Kg (No record - first fight) - (Male)
    Jamie Farr - 'N' Class - 59Kg (No Record - first fight) - (Male)

    If anybody knows of any events/shows coming up soon, or if anybody is promoting an event please contact me to discuss matching up my fighters.

    Contact me (Rob Griffiths) here. or at: info@ultimateboxing.net
    East Coast Fight Factory are loking for fighters.

    Show info @ www.fightfactorys.com

    Next show is Sat 1st May 2010 Cambridge.

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    Please excuse my ignorance, wots "N" class?

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    N Class is Novice... first time fighters.

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    We are based NorthWest... Cheshire. I'm looking for Thai Boxing matches if anybody has any shows coming up. I looking for any events from End of April to July. Let me know please. I'm looking on AXKickboxing Forum too now. thanks for the advice Yak.

    Thanks Rob Griffiths. Trainer.
    Last edited by UltimateBoxing Congleton; 27-03-2010 at 01:35 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UltimateBoxing Congleton View Post
    N Class is Novice... first time fighters.
    my god im dense. that was pretty obvious. cheers.

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    N class is a no win no lose interclub though usually...can be 3x1.5s, 3x2s or 5x1s all depends but these are WITH shinpads at a minimum, usually bigger gloves, but are essentially a controlled spar in front of an audience..

    C Class means 5x1.5m no elbows to head, no knees to head

    B Class means 5x2 no elbows to head but knees to head allows

    A Class is Full Thai RUles 5x3

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    Where are you's based dude? How fast you looking for them to be on a show?
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