NAKROBTUEN - THE AWAIKENING FIGHTER
nak·rob·tuen nạkrb tụ̄̀n (THAI: นักรบตื่น [nạkrb tụ̄̀n] the awakening fighter, นักรบ warrior or fighter, ตื่น awake)
Muay Thai is the national sport of Thailand and an important part of Thai culture. For centuries thousands of young fighters have battled each other in bloody exchanges in the muay thai stadiums of Thailand.
However, only the very best of those fighters make it to the big stadiums in Bangkok to earn the big fight purses and the chance to fight for the most prestigious titles in the sport.
As muay thai appeals to more and more western visitors each year, it’s interesting to highlight the differences one might experience at the most well-known stadiums in Bangkok.
Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, Rajadamnern Stadium, Channel 7 Stadium and Siam ''Omnoi'' Boxing Stadium are the four biggest muay thai stadiums in Bangkok.
The first official ring for a thaiboxing competition was used in 1921.
In 1929 boxing gloves were used for the first time and fixed mechanical functional lap times were also introduced, depending on the competition class, between 2 × 2 minutes and a maximum of 5 × 3 minutes.
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