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Ramon Dekker passed away

Ramon Dekker, one of the greatest and well-known European Muay Thai Fighter who was born in Breda, North Brabant, the Netherlands passed away at the age of 43 on February 2013.

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Traditional music

By tradition, both Wai Kru Ram Muay ritual as well as the actual Muay Thai contest itself are followed to the accompaniment of traditional rhythmic music performed by four musicians. The instruments used are pee chawaa (Javanese oboe), glong kaek (a pair of Thai drums played by two musicians) and ching (small Thai cymbals).

Historical heroes

During the 16th century, the Burmese ruled over parts of Siam. Naresuan was born to King Maha Dharmaraja but until the age of 16 he was a hostage of the Burmese. Upon his return to Ayutthaya, he renounced allegiance to Burma on behalf of his father the king. Having studied at Wat Buddhaisawan, Naresuan was well-versed in fighting with the single edge sword (krabi).

Introduction and a glossary of techniques

Proper footwork is definitely a heart of Muay Boran and also Muay Thai. Traditional footwork is called Yaang Sam Khum (The Muay Shuffle). Muay Boran still follows closely the traditional Yaan Sam Khum and it has remained also in modern Muay Thai as an elaborate part of Ram Muay. Mae Mai Muay are the "mother techniques" of Muay Boran involving fists, feet, knees, and elbows, for attacking and defending.