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What is muay Thai?

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2007-05-15 16:41:24
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Muay thai is also known as Thai boxing. It is conducted in a ring similar to boxing matches. It is not the same as kickboxing. There are few restrictions on strikes, elbows, knees, kicks and punches are all allowed, as are some throws. Muay Thai boxers are in very good shape and able to withstand a great deal of abuse in the ring. The martial art traces its history back hundreds of years. A style of kickboxing...

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