You've already listened to the exclusive interview that Steven Wright had with MPL's Clifton Brown, which is of course timely as we've been discussing over the past few weeks some serious issues with MPL, but have you listened to Warman's Kickfighting show featuring both myself and Steven? We go over the Fight Code Rhinos series, M-One Muay Thai from Los Angeles, including a look at American's in Muay Thai and we talk about a whole lot of other great stuff, including Ismael Londt.
As always, you have many ways of listening to it; the first and easiest is on iTunes to search for it (keyword: LordGaul), or to listen to it on the dedicated blog, or of course just listen to it on here.
This week on Steven "The Warman" Wright's Kickboxing Podcast, MPL president and former fighter Clifton Brown sat down for an interview to discuss the MuayThai Premier League. Among the many topics discussed were production, availability and scoring. Clifton gave some great insight on the ongoings of the promotion and answered some great questions posed by Steven. This is a must-listen for fans of kickfighting as there are some great breakdowns and information given by Clifton Brown.
As always, the show can be downloaded on iTunes (search: LordGaul) or on the PodBean site. Here's a direct link to listen also.
Another week and another episode of Warman's Kickfighting show where I join Steven Wright to discuss the goings on of the worlds of kickboxing and muay thai. This week we look at the results from this past weekend's Fight Code event as well as the fallout from it, including Fight Code organizing two rematches from the show and the one disqualification being overturned. We also go into depth on SuperKombat's last GP event which did not feature the same level of talent as per the last few shows but still delivered on a few different levels, as well as their business model going forward and why it is vital for them to get their act together.
And of course, you can't talk about the last week in the Kickboxing world without talking about K-1. This means talk about the show being cancelled, possibly postponed and the news finally being released that there are many potential buyers for the company but Master Ishii seems to be the lone force holding the company back. As always, the show can be downloaded on iTunes (search: LordGaul) or on the PodBean site. As always, I'm going to embed it, but there does seem to be a timeout with these files, so if it isn't working make sure to go and download it yourself.
In episode 54 of the Warman Kickfighting Show I once again join Steven Wright to discuss the happenings of the Kickboxing and Muay Thai worlds. As Steven was in attendance at the UFC event over the weekend cornering Shane Roller of Team Takedown, which meant travel, this show which was supposed to be up sooner took a little bit longer, but it was worth it. We work out any technical issues we had the first time around and take a look at the recent K-1 MAX, It's Showtime and Thai Fight events, as well as SuperKombat and Mike Zambidis having a successful comeback fight after the loss to JWP.
It was a lot to cover and we did so in the course of an hour, with a look at how stars are made within the tournament format and how there are a lot of bright spots coming up in the kickboxing world, especially at 70kg. (Direct Download)
There is a whole lot to cover and we do our best, which leads us into the next episode! The next episode we take a long, hard look at the loss of Badr Hari, Gokhan Saki and possibly Tyrone Spong from the kickboxing world and just what that means. We also look at how Hari and Saki would potentially make a Boxing career work and what impact they could really have. There has been a lot of negative stuff going around focusing on lack of depth of talent and a lot of that simply is not true, as we go into depth on these issues and more. (Direct Download)
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