Muay Thai Fights
Smoker fights and exhibition matches
Thinking about stepping into the ring one day? A great way to get exposure is to sign up for a smoker fight, hosted regularly by Muay Thai gyms in the region. The venue is often at the gym itself, so it's quite a lowkey setting, with members and friends of participating gyms watching. The atmosphere is usually very positive and exciting. If you want to fight, this is a great way to get a taste. Smoker fights are heavily monitored by the referee to ensure no use of excess force. There should be no knockouts in a smoker. No elbows. It's like an intense sparring session. You're expected to wear headgear, a mouth piece, 16 oz gloves and shin guards. Fighters participating in smokers should commit to a full fight camp as if it were an amateur fight.
When we feel you are ready for your first amateur fight, we sign our fighters up for any of the myriad of promotions. The fights are sanctioned, meaning that it is approved by the state and monitored by the state athletic commission. Under Kaensak's training camp, you will undergo serious mental and physical conditioning. You should be prepared to complete 4 weeks of fight camp leading up to the fight, with a minimum of 3 hours of training everyday for at least 6 days a week.