Discussion in 'OT Bar' started by kopetzki, Jan 23, 2010.
coming for that belt in '10
That guy has no business in the ocatagon.
You had better thank your lucky stars I'm not in charge around here because you'd be banned for bad fellowship and racism.
Back on topic here, i watched this vid without sound- im guessing there must be somewhat of a language barrier. The instructor really made it clear with his body how to fix the small mistakes with his awkward looking kicks. God i would just love to go down there and just train for a few months.
Samart and especially Yod speak very good English, his kicks just aren't that coordinated lol. The videos are of his first session with both trainers though. He looked a lot more fluid by the time he left.
He only knew a handful of english when I met him last April.
lets be honest... the only reason he has a match is cause of the aussie croatian connection
Different Samart. The one at Tiger is a former Rajadamnoen boxing and MT champion. Defended both belts at the same time for like 2 years or something.
are you still at tiger?
i'm headed to bangkok in april
Yeah I live here year round. I'm going to Malaysia to train for a 4-5 days tomorrow. Probably heading to southern Thailand for a week in April to hang out with my trainer, cuz he's old and cool like that lol.
Where are you training in Bangkok? I've only spent a couple days at various gyms there, but it was a lot of fun.
did you see a girl training at Tiger recently, pretty big, like almost 6', 185+ lbs? pale, freckles.
probably keatkhamtorn or kaewsamrit. what kind of visa do you have? are you just living off savings and fight purses?
she kicks like a god damn horse.
I think hes the first guy I have seen fight in the UFC with a below 500 record.
Long orange hair, sak yant on her back, usually doing privates at night with Sanansanchai or one of the other intermediate trainers?
I've heard a lot of good things about Kaewsamrit. Might train there for a few days at the beginning of May.
I live tourist visa to tourist visa but I'll be looking into a 1 year ED through a language school when I'm back from Malaysia (in KL right now). I've been doing visa runs for like 3 years so I highly doubt my application will get approved this time, but I'll have a month to sort everything out. It's really not that difficult.
As far as money, Tiger takes good care of me. I have about $5000 that I throw back and forth between accounts, withdraw and redeposit, etc..to make it look like I use it lol. In reality I have about $5 to my name. Life is good when you're a minimalist though.
My friend Jerry rolled with him like a year ago, said he knocked him down with a power jab, immediately pounced on him, gained mount after a brief struggle, transitioned and secured an armbar, but that's not the end of it, my friend was expecting a tap, but it never came, he looked down and said Elvis was out cold, KO'ed by armbar. Elvis Sinosic, ROFL.
so is that all you do basically? train and fight over there? sounds like a pretty sweet deal to me, i wish i had the balls to just up and move somewhere like that for a year or two.