Damien Trainor Muay Thai Documentary: Mike Tyson & Ramon Dekkers Fighting Style (Part 2) – How Damien Trainor’s fighting style was moulded by two of his favourite fighters from the world of, Boxing & Muay Thai in: Mike Tyson & Ramon Dekkers – influenced the former two-time Muay Thai world champion in developing his fighting skills and adapting from his experiences of living and fighting in Thailand.
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This video is part two of a new Muay Thai documentary series on Damien Trainor’s journey as a martial artist, becoming a professional fighter and multiple world champion including, the influences of both Mike Tyson and Ramon Dekkers on his own fighting style and what lead to him living and fighting in Thailand.
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Nick Hemmers is the head coach and gym owner of Hemmers Gym and the younger brother of the late great, Ramon Dekkers. With lifelong experiences that easily surpass most and still only in his late 20s at the time of this recording, Nick shared some truly amazing experiences and technical knowledge for both fighting and coaching, having grown up and trained with the likes of: Gokhan Saki, Errol Zimmerman, Filip Verlinden, Marat Grigorian, GLORY welterweight world champion, Nieky Holzken and the UFC’s Alistair Overeem.
Casey Greene is a US kickboxer and MMA fighter, born and raised in Los Angeles who, was first coached in the Dutch Style of kickboxing by Carlo Dekkers (the brother of the late, great Ramon Dekkers). Before the GLORY 30 4-man welterweight tournament, Greene talked to Anoop Hothi, about: how his kickboxing career began and has unfolded in GLORY; pursuing a long term career in MMA and gaining an extra edge by kickboxing in the interim, the helpfulness and positive influence of Joe Schilling, and his ongoing journey as an evolving martial artist #ProjectWIT.