The Future of British Muay Thai: George Jarvis Documentary (Part 3)

The Future of British Muay Thai: George Jarvis Documentary (Part 3) – In this concluding part of the series, 18 year old British Muay Thai fighter, George Jarvis looks ahead at the future of British Muay Thai talent (ranging from 18-25 years of age) and how the likes of: Jonathan Haggerty, Daniel McGowan, Evan Jays, Thai Barlow, Joe Craven (and many more) are already proving that they will be competing on the world stage of, Muay Thai and Kickboxing, over the coming decade (if not longer).

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This video is Part 3 of The George Jarvis Muay Thai Documentary series.

CREDITS:

Edited, filmed & interviewed by, Anoop Hothi – Instagram @anoophothi

Find George Jarvis on Instagram @georgejarv1

Additional footage sourced via: Muay Thai Grand Prix, ROAR Combat League, Yokkao Boxing & John Jarvis.

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Ambitions of a Muay Thai Fighter: George Jarvis Documentary (Part 2)

Ambitions of a Muay Thai Fighter: George Jarvis Documentary (Part 2) – This video is part two of a three-part mini-documentary series about 18 year old British Muay Thai prodigy, George Jarvis & his development as a young fighter with, close comparisons to a couple of other British Thai-boxing sensations in: close friend, Jonathan Haggerty & Daniel McGowan.

George Jarvis recently won his Lion Fight debut in the USA by third round KO & fights out of, Crawley Martial Arts in England; and is trained by both his father, John Jarvis and four-time Muay Thai world champion, Paulo Da Silva.

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This video is Part 2 of The George Jarvis Muay Thai Documentary series.

CREDITS:

Edited, filmed & interviewed by, Anoop Hothi – Instagram @anoophothi

Find George Jarvis on Instagram @georgejarv1

Additional footage sourced via: Muay Thai Grand Prix, ONE Championship, Yokkao Boxing & John Jarvis.

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Daniel McGowan: Ambitions as a Muay Thai Fighter

Daniel McGowan: Ambitions as a Muay Thai Fighter – A mini documentary about 22 year old, two-time world Muay Thai champion, Daniel McGowan – who’s ambition it is to become the first British Thai-boxer to win one of the most prestigious Muay Thai stadium championships in Thailand.

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Daniel McGowan has been coached since the age of 11 years old by former Muay Thai champion, ParnPetch Rirom and recounts: how his journey began as a martial artist; the influence of the late, great Liam Robinson; the life lessons he learnt in his fighting career from childhood into adulthood; and why his ambition to become the first British Thai-boxer to win a Thai stadium championship means so much to him and more.

CREDITS:

Follow Daniel McGowan on Instagram @danielmcgowanmt

With thanks to: Kieran KeddleParnPetch RiromScience Of 8 Promotions & Muay Thai Grand Prix.

Edited, filmed & interviewed by, Anoop Hothi – Instagram @anoophothi

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Evan Jays on Joe Le Maire being “a real test of skill, heart, determination” – MTGP 17

Evan Jays vs Joe Le Maire will feature tonight at Muay Thai Grand Prix 17 which, is headlined by Liam Harrison vs Charlie Peters at the O2 Indigo, London. Jays and Le Maire are both 19 and 20 years of age, respectively and two of the most talented young and upcoming Thai-boxers in Europe.

Joe Le Maire has been training extensively in Thailand at Petchyindee Gym and has is an IFMA Muay Thai medalist of note. Evan Jays is coming off a loss from his Lion Fight debut in the USA at Lion Fight 42 but is in good spirits leading up-to what has all the ingredients of being an exciting match-up between a counter fighter in Jays and a strong offensive fighter in Le Maire.

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Why Liam Harrison Beats Charlie Peters – Daniel McGowan – MTGP 17

Another UK Muay Thai prodigy in two-time world Muay Thai champion, Daniel McGowan, breaks-down why Liam Harrison beats Charlie Peters in the headline bout of, MTGP 17: Battle of Britain.

There’s been no love-lost between the two British Muay Thai rivals in a much anticipated clash. Does Liam Harrison retain his UK number one status (67kg) which, he’s safe-guarded for over a decade, or will the the UK’s number two in Charlie Peters, cause a massive upset at Muay Thai Grand Prix 17?

All this and more previewed and analysed by Daniel McGowan, who’s seen first-hand (in the gym) what both Harrison and Peters have in their Muay Thai arsenals.

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How Daniel McGowan Almost Stopped Fighting Muay Thai

22 year old, two-time, Muay Thai world champion, Daniel McGowan, opens-up on how recently came close to not fighting anymore and the mental and emotional hurdles he’s had to overcome to persevere with his professional fighting career whilst finding the right balance overall in life; with some wise words of advice for other young fighters & much more.

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Daniel McGowan Wants “To Be The First UK Fighter To Win a Stadium Title” in Thailand

Daniel McGowan is a 22 year old, two-time Muay Thai world champion and British number one junior featherweight who, wants “to be the first UK fighter to win a stadium title” in Thailand – the home of Muay Thai – where the most prestigious Thai-boxing stadiums are: Lumpini, Rajadamnern, Channel 7 and Omnoi stadiums.

Widely considered as one of the best young British Muay Thai fighters of his generation and to-date, Daniel McGowan was interviewed by, Anoop Hothi for K1ANOOP. McGowan is planning to fly-out again to Thailand and actively fight over there for the next two years in a serious attempt to pursue his ambition of becoming the first British Muay Thai stadium champion in Thailand.

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“People Are There To See Blood. They Want KOs” Not Traditional Muay Thai & Wai Kru – Daniel McGowan

“People are There To See blood. They Want KOs” not traditional Muay Thai and the Wai Kru which, is a very convincing argument by, two-time Muay Thai world champion, Daniel McGowan. As McGowan and K1ANOOP assess the real problems holding back both UK Muay Thai and Kickboxing from breaking into the mainstream and being broadcasted on national TV in Britain.

Dan McGowan provides some very insightful comparisons between Thailand and the UK in how Muay Thai works behind-the-scenes including, the gambling culture in Thailand and how that actually has a bad influence on fights and much more in what needs to change for the sport to become much more popular in the UK.

Widely considered as one of the best young British Muay Thai fighters of his generation, 22 year old, Daniel McGowan was interviewed by, Anoop Hothi; as McGowan plans to fly-out again to Thailand and actively fight over there for the next two years, in a serious attempt to pursue his ambition of becoming the first British Muay Thai stadium champion in Thailand.

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