LE MUAY BORAN AU 33EME FESTIVAL DES ARTS MARTIAUX

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Le 33e Festival des Arts Martiaux a eu lieu samedi 24 mars 2018 à l’AccorHotels Arena de Paris Bercy.

Tout le monde connait aujourd’hui le Muay thaï et la boxe thaïlandaise, mais avant le Muay thaï existait une forme plus ancienne connue sous le nom de Muay Boran. C’est cet art martial ancestral avec ses techniques originales et sa tradition pure et dure que Riad Farjallah et son équipe ont démontré au Festival.

Riad Farjallah, actuellement professeur à l’école de Boulogne Muay Thaï, a mené une carrière de boxeur en France et à l’International (plus de 45 combats en remportant de nombreux titres et 3 ceintures). Avec Damien Ricci, pratiquant depuis 12 ans, il a offert un moment unique en mettant en avant cet art martial trop peu connu.

Sa passion pour le Muay Thaï, fait de lui un puriste reconnu par ses pairs comme l’un des meilleurs de France.
(Images : SFR Sport 5)

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Thank you for helping preserve and spread Muay Thai Boran in EU countries. Although yhe performance is not perfect, all of you have done your best to practice it. Keep up your great work.

Author — Win Watjana

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I love *Muay Thai* because it never pretended to be anything else than the absolute great sport it is and I respect every single Nak Muay as fellow warrior. However there may be some people who disrespect you and tell you lies. So here is some *publicly accessible information* about the origins and backgrounds of *Muay Chaiya, Muay Thasao, Muay Korat, Muay Lopburi, the Kru Muay Association* and *Thaiachira*
Please give a big *„Thank you!“* to Jay Jagger, Kasey Scott, John Telliper, Claudio Zanetti, Sam Jackson, Nathan Boiswert and Guy Prasertphong (links below). Their continued attempts to discredit #Pahuyuth have inspired some people around me to collect the following information for you. We hope this helps you to ask the right questions at the right addresses and to avoid spreading false information about so-called *Muay Boran Styles* in the future.
*IMPORTANT:* Please check the source below for further information before commenting and let them know if you have any evidence that could invalidate the following information.
👉🏻 *Muay Chaiya* The Muay from the city of Chaiya mainly refers to a certain Ajarn Ket Sriyapai. Ket Sriyapai was the son of a governor who was active in sports promotion and brought Muay Veti fighters (Muay Thai) from Chaiya to Bangkok to promote them there. Ajarn Khet never learned Muay Thai himself. The only reason why he is called "Ajarn" is that he has written and published some (fictional) stories about Muay Thai fighters. Ajarn Ket came from a high-ranking family and therefore never fought in a boxing ring. That would have been inappropriate for his standing. His actual profession was civil servant in the building industry. Later Muay Chaiya generations (for example Ket's school friend Tonglor Yalee) mixed normal Muay Thai techniques with Silat (Indonesia), Wushu (China) and Jiu Jitsu (Japan). For these reasons Muay Chaiya, and everything that comes from this direction, can neither be called an old nor a real Thai martial art.
👉🏻 *Muay Korat* General Amnat Pookrisuk is a senior military officer who in his spare time teaches his own interpretations of Muay Veti (Muay Thai) to foreigners. Throughout his military career he has never fought in a boxing ring. He was never qualified as a Muay Thai teacher (Krob Kru) and is only an admirer of this sport. His famous „water buffalo technique“ comes from the (supposedly fictional) works of Ajarn Ket Sriyapai (see above). Amnat likes to teach outside Thailand when he is on a business trip. Because he is a senior member of the military, he cannot be prosecuted. He knows many Thaiboxers through his participation in the betting business at Lumpini Stadium. He only learned Judo and Taekwondo from his military training. He mixed these styles with normal Muay Thai techniques and exports them abroad. Occasionally he claims to be able to do Ling Lom, but this is not true. Muay Korat was never in a Muay Thai fight and can neither be called an ancient nor a pure Thai martial art.
👉🏻 *Muay Thasao* The story of Muay Thasao is based on a Siamese swordsman named Phraya Pichai Daap Hak, who allegedly lived during the Thonburi period and was known to fight with two swords (daab song mue). The authenticity of his story, however, is highly controversial in professional circles, as there are many different versions of it and they all tell different things. However, none of these stories suggests that Phraya Pichai Daap Hak ever passed on his Muay Thai knowledge (if there was any) as a teacher or that he was qualified as a teacher (Krob Kru). There is also no evidence that he ever fought in a boxing ring - especially not with swords. There is no evidence of a local connection between Phraya Pichai Daap Hak and the village of Thasao. The fighters of Muay Thasao became known relatively recently through the (potentially fictional) stories of Ajarn Ket Sriyapai (see above). Not a single Muay Thasao fighter has ever been qualified (Krob Kru) in anything other than Muay Veti (Muay Thai). Although Muay Thasao is said to have existed for several centuries, there is still no working teaching concept.
👉🏻 *Muay Lopburi* The Muay from the city of Lopburi is just normal Muay Veti (Muay Thai) that tries to ride the Muay Boran wave. It has no special technical features and is definitely not Ling Lom. Muay Lopburi became known by the film "Ong Bak“. The naming of the techniques is strongly based on the Rammakian saga. The Rammakian is a stage-play that was translated into Thai language under the reign of King Rama II. (1809-1824) and thus became widespread. As a result, many of the so-called „ancient techniques" of Muay Lopburi cannot be older than 200 years. Members of the Muay Lopburi have not yet been able to answer the question of what their techniques were called before. that time.
👉🏻 *Kru Muay Association* The Kru Muay Association originated from the separation of the amateur Muay Thai from the professional Muay Thai. This division pursued the goal to have Muay Thai recognized as an Olympic discipline by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). A project that has not been successful until today. The officials of professional Muay Thai would like to have nothing to do with Kru Muay. For them this club is only a necessary evil. If you take a closer look, you will notice that all the so-called traditional teachers of the Kru Muay Thai Association have simply appointed each other as teachers and are now worshipped by wealthy foreigners once a year. The whole association is very political, but has less fighting competence than an average boxer in Rajadamnern Stadium or a Buakauw (who is a Cambodian and not a Thai by the way). Despite comprehensive state support, the Kru Muay Association still has no coherent teaching concept for traditional Muay Boran and Muay Thai is still not Olympic.
👉🏻 *Thaiachira* A spin-off of Muay Chaiya, which originated from a student sports group at Ramkhamhaeng University and therefore has nothing to do with old fighting styles, but pretends to make themselves important. The chairman of Thaiachira (Kru Lamp) has no qualification as a teacher (Krob Kru). He has also never fought in a boxing ring. His sword knowledge is based solely on student sports and stage fencing (Krabi Krabong), which is taught at the university. The rest comes from Muay Chaiya (see above).
*tl;dr* All major Muay Boran lineages are fake. All these Muay Boran styles above, that are praised as "traditional", are in fact derived from modern boxing Muay Veti (Muay Thai) or were made up. Muay Veti (awesome sport, no fake) remains as the only authentic Thai martial art. MUAI (part of Pahuyuth, no sport, no fake) remains as the only authentic predecessor of Muay Veti.
*For Acknowledgments*
Kasey Scott on FB: https:// www.facebook. com/kasey.scott.0852

Author — Julius Koenig

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I love *Muay Thai* because it never pretended to be anything else than the absolute great sport it is and I respect every single Nak Muay as fellow warrior. However there may be some people who disrespect you and tell you lies. So here is some *publicly accessible information* about the origins and backgrounds of *Muay Chaiya, Muay Thasao, Muay Korat, Muay Lopburi, the Kru Muay Association* and *Thaiachira*

Please give a big *„Thank you!“* to Jay Jagger, Kasey Scott, John Telliper, Claudio Zanetti, Sam Jackson, Nathan Boiswert and Guy Prasertphong (links below). Their continued attempts to discredit #Pahuyuth have inspired some people around me to collect the following information for you. We hope this helps you to ask the right questions at the right addresses and to avoid spreading false information about so-called *Muay Boran Styles* in the future.

*IMPORTANT:* Please check the source below for further information before commenting and let them know if you have any evidence that could invalidate the following information.

👉🏻 *Muay Chaiya* The Muay from the city of Chaiya mainly refers to a certain Ajarn Ket Sriyapai. Ket Sriyapai was the son of a governor who was active in sports promotion and brought Muay Veti fighters (Muay Thai) from Chaiya to Bangkok to promote them there. Ajarn Khet never learned Muay Thai himself. The only reason why he is called "Ajarn" is that he has written and published some (fictional) stories about Muay Thai fighters. Ajarn Ket came from a high-ranking family and therefore never fought in a boxing ring. That would have been inappropriate for his standing. His actual profession was civil servant in the building industry. Later Muay Chaiya generations (for example Ket's school friend Tonglor Yalee) mixed normal Muay Thai techniques with Silat (Indonesia), Wushu (China) and Jiu Jitsu (Japan). For these reasons Muay Chaiya, and everything that comes from this direction, can neither be called an old nor a real Thai martial art.

👉🏻 *Muay Korat* General Amnat Pookrisuk is a senior military officer who in his spare time teaches his own interpretations of Muay Veti (Muay Thai) to foreigners. Throughout his military career he has never fought in a boxing ring. He was never qualified as a Muay Thai teacher (Krob Kru) and is only an admirer of this sport. His famous „water buffalo technique“ comes from the (supposedly fictional) works of Ajarn Ket Sriyapai (see above). Amnat likes to teach outside Thailand when he is on a business trip. Because he is a senior member of the military, he cannot be prosecuted. He knows many Thaiboxers through his participation in the betting business at Lumpini Stadium. He only learned Judo and Taekwondo from his military training. He mixed these styles with normal Muay Thai techniques and exports them abroad. Occasionally he claims to be able to do Ling Lom, but this is not true. Muay Korat was never in a Muay Thai fight and can neither be called an ancient nor a pure Thai martial art.

👉🏻 *Muay Thasao* The story of Muay Thasao is based on a Siamese swordsman named Phraya Pichai Daap Hak, who allegedly lived during the Thonburi period and was known to fight with two swords (daab song mue). The authenticity of his story, however, is highly controversial in professional circles, as there are many different versions of it and they all tell different things. However, none of these stories suggests that Phraya Pichai Daap Hak ever passed on his Muay Thai knowledge (if there was any) as a teacher or that he was qualified as a teacher (Krob Kru). There is also no evidence that he ever fought in a boxing ring - especially not with swords. There is no evidence of a local connection between Phraya Pichai Daap Hak and the village of Thasao. The fighters of Muay Thasao became known relatively recently through the (potentially fictional) stories of Ajarn Ket Sriyapai (see above). Not a single Muay Thasao fighter has ever been qualified (Krob Kru) in anything other than Muay Veti (Muay Thai). Although Muay Thasao is said to have existed for several centuries, there is still no working teaching concept.

👉🏻 *Muay Lopburi* The Muay from the city of Lopburi is just normal Muay Veti (Muay Thai) that tries to ride the Muay Boran wave. It has no special technical features and is definitely not Ling Lom. Muay Lopburi became known by the film "Ong Bak“. The naming of the techniques is strongly based on the Rammakian saga. The Rammakian is a stage-play that was translated into Thai language under the reign of King Rama II. (1809-1824) and thus became widespread. As a result, many of the so-called „ancient techniques" of Muay Lopburi cannot be older than 200 years. Members of the Muay Lopburi have not yet been able to answer the question of what their techniques were called before. that time.

👉🏻 *Kru Muay Association* The Kru Muay Association originated from the separation of the amateur Muay Thai from the professional Muay Thai. This division pursued the goal to have Muay Thai recognized as an Olympic discipline by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). A project that has not been successful until today. The officials of professional Muay Thai would like to have nothing to do with Kru Muay. For them this club is only a necessary evil. If you take a closer look, you will notice that all the so-called traditional teachers of the Kru Muay Thai Association have simply appointed each other as teachers and are now worshipped by wealthy foreigners once a year. The whole association is very political, but has less fighting competence than an average boxer in Rajadamnern Stadium or a Buakauw (who is a Cambodian and not a Thai by the way). Despite comprehensive state support, the Kru Muay Association still has no coherent teaching concept for traditional Muay Boran and Muay Thai is still not Olympic.

👉🏻 *Thaiachira* A spin-off of Muay Chaiya, which originated from a student sports group at Ramkhamhaeng University and therefore has nothing to do with old fighting styles, but pretends to make themselves important. The chairman of Thaiachira (Kru Lamp) has no qualification as a teacher (Krob Kru). He has also never fought in a boxing ring. His sword knowledge is based solely on student sports and stage fencing (Krabi Krabong), which is taught at the university. The rest comes from Muay Chaiya (see above).

*tl;dr* All major Muay Boran lineages are fake. All these Muay Boran styles above, that are praised as "traditional", are in fact derived from modern boxing Muay Veti (Muay Thai) or were made up. Muay Veti (awesome sport, no fake) remains as the only authentic Thai martial art. MUAI (part of Pahuyuth, no sport, no fake) remains as the only authentic predecessor of Muay Veti.


*For Acknowledgments*
Kasey Scott on FB: https:// www.facebook. com/kasey.scott.0852

Author — Lewis Albrecht

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I love *Muay Thai* because it never pretended to be anything else than the absolute great sport it is and I respect every single Nak Muay as fellow warrior. However there may be some people who disrespect you and tell you lies. So here is some *publicly accessible information* about the origins and backgrounds of *Muay Chaiya, Muay Thasao, Muay Korat, Muay Lopburi, the Kru Muay Association* and *Thaiachira*

Please give a big *„Thank you!“* to Jay Jagger, Kasey Scott, John Telliper, Claudio Zanetti, Sam Jackson, Nathan Boiswert and Guy Prasertphong (links below). Their continued attempts to discredit #Pahuyuth have inspired some people around me to collect the following information for you. We hope this helps you to ask the right questions at the right addresses and to avoid spreading false information about so-called *Muay Boran Styles* in the future.

*IMPORTANT:* Please check the source below for further information before commenting and let them know if you have any evidence that could invalidate the following information.

👉🏻 *Muay Chaiya* The Muay from the city of Chaiya mainly refers to a certain Ajarn Ket Sriyapai. Ket Sriyapai was the son of a governor who was active in sports promotion and brought Muay Veti fighters (Muay Thai) from Chaiya to Bangkok to promote them there. Ajarn Khet never learned Muay Thai himself. The only reason why he is called "Ajarn" is that he has written and published some (fictional) stories about Muay Thai fighters. Ajarn Ket came from a high-ranking family and therefore never fought in a boxing ring. That would have been inappropriate for his standing. His actual profession was civil servant in the building industry. Later Muay Chaiya generations (for example Ket's school friend Tonglor Yalee) mixed normal Muay Thai techniques with Silat (Indonesia), Wushu (China) and Jiu Jitsu (Japan). For these reasons Muay Chaiya, and everything that comes from this direction, can neither be called an old nor a real Thai martial art.

👉🏻 *Muay Korat* General Amnat Pookrisuk is a senior military officer who in his spare time teaches his own interpretations of Muay Veti (Muay Thai) to foreigners. Throughout his military career he has never fought in a boxing ring. He was never qualified as a Muay Thai teacher (Krob Kru) and is only an admirer of this sport. His famous „water buffalo technique“ comes from the (supposedly fictional) works of Ajarn Ket Sriyapai (see above). Amnat likes to teach outside Thailand when he is on a business trip. Because he is a senior member of the military, he cannot be prosecuted. He knows many Thaiboxers through his participation in the betting business at Lumpini Stadium. He only learned Judo and Taekwondo from his military training. He mixed these styles with normal Muay Thai techniques and exports them abroad. Occasionally he claims to be able to do Ling Lom, but this is not true. Muay Korat was never in a Muay Thai fight and can neither be called an ancient nor a pure Thai martial art.

👉🏻 *Muay Thasao* The story of Muay Thasao is based on a Siamese swordsman named Phraya Pichai Daap Hak, who allegedly lived during the Thonburi period and was known to fight with two swords (daab song mue). The authenticity of his story, however, is highly controversial in professional circles, as there are many different versions of it and they all tell different things. However, none of these stories suggests that Phraya Pichai Daap Hak ever passed on his Muay Thai knowledge (if there was any) as a teacher or that he was qualified as a teacher (Krob Kru). There is also no evidence that he ever fought in a boxing ring - especially not with swords. There is no evidence of a local connection between Phraya Pichai Daap Hak and the village of Thasao. The fighters of Muay Thasao became known relatively recently through the (potentially fictional) stories of Ajarn Ket Sriyapai (see above). Not a single Muay Thasao fighter has ever been qualified (Krob Kru) in anything other than Muay Veti (Muay Thai). Although Muay Thasao is said to have existed for several centuries, there is still no working teaching concept.

👉🏻 *Muay Lopburi* The Muay from the city of Lopburi is just normal Muay Veti (Muay Thai) that tries to ride the Muay Boran wave. It has no special technical features and is definitely not Ling Lom. Muay Lopburi became known by the film "Ong Bak“. The naming of the techniques is strongly based on the Rammakian saga. The Rammakian is a stage-play that was translated into Thai language under the reign of King Rama II. (1809-1824) and thus became widespread. As a result, many of the so-called „ancient techniques" of Muay Lopburi cannot be older than 200 years. Members of the Muay Lopburi have not yet been able to answer the question of what their techniques were called before. that time.

👉🏻 *Kru Muay Association* The Kru Muay Association originated from the separation of the amateur Muay Thai from the professional Muay Thai. This division pursued the goal to have Muay Thai recognized as an Olympic discipline by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). A project that has not been successful until today. The officials of professional Muay Thai would like to have nothing to do with Kru Muay. For them this club is only a necessary evil. If you take a closer look, you will notice that all the so-called traditional teachers of the Kru Muay Thai Association have simply appointed each other as teachers and are now worshipped by wealthy foreigners once a year. The whole association is very political, but has less fighting competence than an average boxer in Rajadamnern Stadium or a Buakauw (who is a Cambodian and not a Thai by the way). Despite comprehensive state support, the Kru Muay Association still has no coherent teaching concept for traditional Muay Boran and Muay Thai is still not Olympic.

👉🏻 *Thaiachira* A spin-off of Muay Chaiya, which originated from a student sports group at Ramkhamhaeng University and therefore has nothing to do with old fighting styles, but pretends to make themselves important. The chairman of Thaiachira (Kru Lamp) has no qualification as a teacher (Krob Kru). He has also never fought in a boxing ring. His sword knowledge is based solely on student sports and stage fencing (Krabi Krabong), which is taught at the university. The rest comes from Muay Chaiya (see above).

*tl;dr* All major Muay Boran lineages are fake. All these Muay Boran styles above, that are praised as "traditional", are in fact derived from modern boxing Muay Veti (Muay Thai) or were made up. Muay Veti (awesome sport, no fake) remains as the only authentic Thai martial art. MUAI (part of Pahuyuth, no sport, no fake) remains as the only authentic predecessor of Muay Veti.


*For Acknowledgments*
Kasey Scott on FB: https:// www.facebook. com/kasey.scott.0852

Author — Tommy Berger

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I love *Muay Thai* because it never pretended to be anything else than the absolute great sport it is and I respect every single Nak Muay as fellow warrior. However there may be some people who disrespect you and tell you lies. So here is some *publicly accessible information* about the origins and backgrounds of *Muay Chaiya, Muay Thasao, Muay Korat, Muay Lopburi, the Kru Muay Association* and *Thaiachira*

Please give a big *„Thank you!“* to Jay Jagger, Kasey Scott, John Telliper, Claudio Zanetti, Sam Jackson, Nathan Boiswert and Guy Prasertphong (links below). Their continued attempts to discredit #Pahuyuth have inspired some people around me to collect the following information for you. We hope this helps you to ask the right questions at the right addresses and to avoid spreading false information about so-called *Muay Boran Styles* in the future.

*IMPORTANT:* Please check the source below for further information before commenting and let them know if you have any evidence that could invalidate the following information.

👉🏻 *Muay Chaiya* The Muay from the city of Chaiya mainly refers to a certain Ajarn Ket Sriyapai. Ket Sriyapai was the son of a governor who was active in sports promotion and brought Muay Veti fighters (Muay Thai) from Chaiya to Bangkok to promote them there. Ajarn Khet never learned Muay Thai himself. The only reason why he is called "Ajarn" is that he has written and published some (fictional) stories about Muay Thai fighters. Ajarn Ket came from a high-ranking family and therefore never fought in a boxing ring. That would have been inappropriate for his standing. His actual profession was civil servant in the building industry. Later Muay Chaiya generations (for example Ket's school friend Tonglor Yalee) mixed normal Muay Thai techniques with Silat (Indonesia), Wushu (China) and Jiu Jitsu (Japan). For these reasons Muay Chaiya, and everything that comes from this direction, can neither be called an old nor a real Thai martial art.

👉🏻 *Muay Korat* General Amnat Pookrisuk is a senior military officer who in his spare time teaches his own interpretations of Muay Veti (Muay Thai) to foreigners. Throughout his military career he has never fought in a boxing ring. He was never qualified as a Muay Thai teacher (Krob Kru) and is only an admirer of this sport. His famous „water buffalo technique“ comes from the (supposedly fictional) works of Ajarn Ket Sriyapai (see above). Amnat likes to teach outside Thailand when he is on a business trip. Because he is a senior member of the military, he cannot be prosecuted. He knows many Thaiboxers through his participation in the betting business at Lumpini Stadium. He only learned Judo and Taekwondo from his military training. He mixed these styles with normal Muay Thai techniques and exports them abroad. Occasionally he claims to be able to do Ling Lom, but this is not true. Muay Korat was never in a Muay Thai fight and can neither be called an ancient nor a pure Thai martial art.

👉🏻 *Muay Thasao* The story of Muay Thasao is based on a Siamese swordsman named Phraya Pichai Daap Hak, who allegedly lived during the Thonburi period and was known to fight with two swords (daab song mue). The authenticity of his story, however, is highly controversial in professional circles, as there are many different versions of it and they all tell different things. However, none of these stories suggests that Phraya Pichai Daap Hak ever passed on his Muay Thai knowledge (if there was any) as a teacher or that he was qualified as a teacher (Krob Kru). There is also no evidence that he ever fought in a boxing ring - especially not with swords. There is no evidence of a local connection between Phraya Pichai Daap Hak and the village of Thasao. The fighters of Muay Thasao became known relatively recently through the (potentially fictional) stories of Ajarn Ket Sriyapai (see above). Not a single Muay Thasao fighter has ever been qualified (Krob Kru) in anything other than Muay Veti (Muay Thai). Although Muay Thasao is said to have existed for several centuries, there is still no working teaching concept.

👉🏻 *Muay Lopburi* The Muay from the city of Lopburi is just normal Muay Veti (Muay Thai) that tries to ride the Muay Boran wave. It has no special technical features and is definitely not Ling Lom. Muay Lopburi became known by the film "Ong Bak“. The naming of the techniques is strongly based on the Rammakian saga. The Rammakian is a stage-play that was translated into Thai language under the reign of King Rama II. (1809-1824) and thus became widespread. As a result, many of the so-called „ancient techniques" of Muay Lopburi cannot be older than 200 years. Members of the Muay Lopburi have not yet been able to answer the question of what their techniques were called before. that time.

👉🏻 *Kru Muay Association* The Kru Muay Association originated from the separation of the amateur Muay Thai from the professional Muay Thai. This division pursued the goal to have Muay Thai recognized as an Olympic discipline by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). A project that has not been successful until today. The officials of professional Muay Thai would like to have nothing to do with Kru Muay. For them this club is only a necessary evil. If you take a closer look, you will notice that all the so-called traditional teachers of the Kru Muay Thai Association have simply appointed each other as teachers and are now worshipped by wealthy foreigners once a year. The whole association is very political, but has less fighting competence than an average boxer in Rajadamnern Stadium or a Buakauw (who is a Cambodian and not a Thai by the way). Despite comprehensive state support, the Kru Muay Association still has no coherent teaching concept for traditional Muay Boran and Muay Thai is still not Olympic.

👉🏻 *Thaiachira* A spin-off of Muay Chaiya, which originated from a student sports group at Ramkhamhaeng University and therefore has nothing to do with old fighting styles, but pretends to make themselves important. The chairman of Thaiachira (Kru Lamp) has no qualification as a teacher (Krob Kru). He has also never fought in a boxing ring. His sword knowledge is based solely on student sports and stage fencing (Krabi Krabong), which is taught at the university. The rest comes from Muay Chaiya (see above).

*tl;dr* All major Muay Boran lineages are fake. All these Muay Boran styles above, that are praised as "traditional", are in fact derived from modern boxing Muay Veti (Muay Thai) or were made up. Muay Veti (awesome sport, no fake) remains as the only authentic Thai martial art. MUAI (part of Pahuyuth, no sport, no fake) remains as the only authentic predecessor of Muay Veti.


*For Acknowledgments*
Kasey Scott on FB: https:// www.facebook. com/kasey.scott.0852

Author — Lion Peters

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👉🏻👉🏻👉🏻 Some facts about Muay Chaiya: The Muay from the city of Chaiya mainly refers to a certain Ajarn Ket Sriyapai. Ket Sriyapai was the son of a governor who was active in sports promotion and brought Muay Veti fighters (Muay Thai) from Chaiya to Bangkok to promote them there. Ajarn Khet never learned Muay Thai himself. The only reason why he is called "Ajarn" is that he has written and published some (fictional) stories about Muay Thai fighters. Ajarn Ket came from a high-ranking family and therefore never fought in a boxing ring. That would have been inappropriate for his standing. His actual profession was civil servant in the building industry. Later Muay Chaiya generations (for example Ket's school friend Tonglor Yalee) mixed normal Muay Thai techniques with Silat (Indonesia), Wushu (China) and Jiu Jitsu (Japan). For these reasons Muay Chaiya, and everything that comes from this direction, can neither be called an old nor a real Thai martial art. Source: Pantip.com (dig deep and you’ll find what they don’t want you to know! 🤫)

Author — Seraphine Roth

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if you want to see authentic muay boran go to thailand

Author — MuayTube

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👉🏻👉🏻👉🏻 Some facts about Kru Muay Association: The Kru Muay Association originated from the separation of the amateur Muay Thai from the professional Muay Thai. This division pursued the goal to have Muay Thai recognized as an Olympic discipline by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). A project that has not been successful until today. The officials of professional Muay Thai would like to have nothing to do with Kru Muay. For them this club is only a necessary evil. If you take a closer look, you will notice that all the so-called traditional teachers of the Kru Muay Thai Association have simply appointed each other as teachers and are now worshipped by wealthy foreigners once a year. The whole association is very political, but has less fighting competence than an average boxer in Rajadamnern Stadium or a Buakauw (who is a Cambodian and not a Thai by the way). Despite comprehensive state support, the Kru Muay Association still has no coherent teaching concept for traditional Muay Boran and Muay Thai is still not Olympic. Source: Pantip.com (dig deep and you’ll find what they don’t want you to know! 🤫)

Author — Nika Koehler

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👉🏻👉🏻👉🏻 Some facts about Kru Muay Association: The Kru Muay Association originated from the separation of the amateur Muay Thai from the professional Muay Thai. This division pursued the goal to have Muay Thai recognized as an Olympic discipline by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). A project that has not been successful until today. The officials of professional Muay Thai would like to have nothing to do with Kru Muay. For them this club is only a necessary evil. If you take a closer look, you will notice that all the so-called traditional teachers of the Kru Muay Thai Association have simply appointed each other as teachers and are now worshipped by wealthy foreigners once a year. The whole association is very political, but has less fighting competence than an average boxer in Rajadamnern Stadium or a Buakauw (who is a Cambodian and not a Thai by the way). Despite comprehensive state support, the Kru Muay Association still has no coherent teaching concept for traditional Muay Boran and Muay Thai is still not Olympic. Source: Pantip.com (dig deep and you’ll find what they don’t want you to know! 🤫)

Author — Olivia Lehmann

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ce n'est pas du tout du muay boran la, ça ressemble plus à un mélange de plein de truc avec des habit tradtionnel mais rien de plus. ça fait globi boulga de technique prise à droite à gauche...

Author — Kem

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J'ai les yeux qui saignent.. Distance technique c'est tout sauf du Boran... My heart is bleeding. Distance, technicity, it's not Boran...

Author — Thyra Phone

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Désoler de vous le dire mais cette démonstration est ridicule, rien n’est respecté, mR muscle n’a rien à faire là, cette démo n’est absolument pas représentative du muay boran, une honte pour ce sport ....

Author — MastaMike

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Muay Thai copy from prodal serey Muay boran copy from Bokator Thailand kingdom of copy!

Author — sok sambo

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Non mais la blague le mec bourré aux stéroïdes, quel manque de respect pour le siam et son art si fluide
Il y a bien mieux comme français pour représenter cet art.

Author — Marcel Chèvre