Sean Fagan is a professional Muay Thai fighter, online entrepreneur, world traveler, and host of Muay Thai Guy Podcast.
When you fight top tier competition in stadiums like Lumpinee, Rajadamnern and MAX Muay Thai, you're bound to become an absolute savage... and that's exactly what Ognjen Topic has done.http://traffic.libsyn.com/muaythaiguy/MTG105.mp3<enclosure url="http://traffic.libsyn.com/muaythaiguy/MTG105.mp3" length="40492651" type="audio/mpeg" />
It’s very rare when someone is willing to take a leap of faith and pursue their Muay Thai dreams full on, but Angela Chang took that leap and ended up living, training and fighting out of Sitsongpeenong Gym in Thailand.Angela is one of the new writers for Muay Thai Guy and has been putting out quality articles about the training in Thailand. Not only that, but she’s been able to get interviews with top fighters like Sittichai and Dechsakda from Sitsongpeenong which have been awesome.Click Here or on the podcast player at the top of the page to listen to MTG 106: Angela Changhttp://traffic.libsyn.com/muaythaiguy/MTG106_AngelaChang.mp3<enclosure url="http://traffic.libsyn.com/muaythaiguy/MTG106_AngelaChang.mp3" length="34311698" type="audio/mpeg" />
Muay Thai Guy Podcast - Episode 104Ever since I first started in Muay Thai, Brett Hlavacek's name was one that I recognized early on. He was one of the top dogs who trained under the great Kru Phil Nurse from The Wat, so I knew whenever I watched him I would be in for a treat. With his powerful roundhouses, calm composure and deadly counter skills, it was always fun to watch him fight.Now Brett holds the WBC belt and has been racking up wins both locally in NYC as well as abroad. On top of that he will also be hosting the new Nak Muay Nation training camp in July and is looking to fight at one of Thailand's top promotions like MAX Muay Thai or Super Muay Thai. We talk about his upcoming trip plus much more including:How his start in Taekwondo eventually led to his love for Muay Thai.Why he decided to start competing at the early age of 12.How the Muay Thai scene was much different when he was growing up in the sport.His decision to move to NYC to train full-time under Phil Nurse at The Wat.What made him want to pursue Muay Thai as a career rather than a traditional job his parents wanted.What his past experiences in Thailand have been like and what he expects in his upcoming trip.How he's developed into a coach and trainer throughout his years at The Wat.What he and Kru Nurse look for when bringing up young fighters.How he develops young fighters through training, interclubs and demo fights.Why as he's gotten older he's decided to cut less weight for his fights.And much, MUCH more!Click Here or on the podcast player at the top of the page to listen to MTG 104: Brett HlavacekTo subscribe to the most badass Muay Thai podcast in existence, use the links below.Click here to subscribe via iTunesClick here to subscribe via RSS (non-iTunes feed)Be cool and click here to leave a rating and review.<enclosure url="http://traffic.libsyn.com/muaythaiguy/TMTG037.mp3" length="55649014" type="audio/mpeg" />
The Muay Thai Guy Podcast - Episode 103Totally dedicating your life to Muay Thai can be a difficult thing to do, especially with it being so difficult to make a living. But the lack of extrinsic reward doesn't deter fighters like Nak Muay Nation sponsored fighter, D.J. Miller from creating a lifestyle that allows him immerse himself in the sport.The first day D.J. stepped foot in a Muay Thai gym, he knew that Muay Thai was going to be a big part of his life. Since then he's had over 30 amateur fights, 12 championship belts and is off to a solid start in his professional career. I had a chance to talk with D.J. about his career including things like:How the movie "The Protector" peaked his curiosity about Muay Thai.Why even as a high school wrestler and experienced grappler, he chooses to stay away from MMA and focus solely on Muay Thai.How his location makes it hard for him to get fights as both an amateur and a pro.Why he chose to fight in so many Muay Thai tournaments throughout the states.The ups and downs of his career and how he was able to overcome a tough KO loss.Why he thinks Muay Thai needs more personality to grow in the U.S.How he able to train in small spurts throughout the entire day with his job.Why he takes it on himself to coach and lead a team of fighters.How he's able to balance training his team and training himself.His thoughts on weight cutting and why he would rather go up in weight than cut weight.And much, much more!Click Here or on the podcast player at the top of the page to listen to MTG 101: Ashley NicholsTo subscribe to the most badass Muay Thai podcast in existence, use the links below.Click here to subscribe via iTunesClick here to subscribe via RSS (non-iTunes feed)Be cool and click here to leave a rating and review.Let us know what you thought about the interview in the comment section below!<enclosure url="http://traffic.libsyn.com/muaythaiguy/MTG103.mp3" length="35499917" type="audio/mpeg" />
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Location
New York, NY, USA
Episode Count
110
Podcast Count
5
Total Airtime
4 hours, 6 minutes
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