Michael Wakeling “has been around a long time. I prefer being the underdog.” – Danny Edwards Interview with K1ANOOP following the recent announcement of Michael Wakeling vs. Danny Edwards in April 2019 by Muay Thai Grand Prix for the (vacant) 76.7kg world championship title and much more.
Widely regarded as the best British Muay Thai & Kickboxing fighter of his generation, Michael Wakeling will be returning to Muay Thai after two years of inactivity (come April 2019 for, Wakleing vs Edwards) since his last fight against, Dutch Kickboxing veteran, Marco Pique, at Tanko Muay Thai League in early 2017. Whilst Danny Edwards who, fights out of K-Star Legacy Gym under the coaching of Damien Trainor, has been fighting more frequently in recent years.
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World renown kickboxing and Muay Thai commentator, Vinny Shoreman, reviews the inaugural Tanko Muay Thai League (TML 1) that took place on February 12, 2017 and explains Muay Thai scoring.
The decision win for Josh Turbill against Artur Saladiak at TML 1 was reported as being somewhat contentious with, Saladiak very unhappy about it and wanting a rematch. Shoreman explains the difference between scoring kickboxing and Thai boxing and why the decision was scored in-favour of Turbill and much more.
Vinny Shoreman is a mind coach, kickboxing and Muay Thai commentator for Enfusion Live and Yokkao as well as the host of the Mind Diet podcast.
Enfusion Live 46 will take place on February 18, 2017 in Eindhoven, Netherlands and is headlined by Ilias Bulaid vs. Zakaria Zouggary for the 67kg Enfusion world championship on a stacked fight card which, we preview in more detail on this episode of the podcast.
The very first Tanko Muay Thai League event took place over the weekend which, is also reviewed, and we look ahead at some of the big fights on the upcoming Yokkao 23 and Yokkao 24 events in March too.
Dakota Ditcheva stopped Kat Paton in the first round at TML 1: Tanko Muay Thai League on February 12, 2017 in Manchester. Speaking after her emphatic victory with her brother and fellow Thai boxer, Cody Ditchev, the pair of them addressed a good few things including, Dakota’s next big fight against, Amy Pirnie at Yokkao 24 on March 25 in Bolton.
Josh Turbill explains why he won based on Thai rules against Artur Saladiak after winning by decision at TML 1: Tanko Muay Thai League on February 12, 2017 at the Victoria Warehouse, Manchester. Turbill’s next fight will be against Jack Fallon at Yokkao 24 on March 25 in Bolton.
Artur Saladik explains why he feels the judges got the decision wrong and awarded the win in-favour of Josh Turbill at TML 1: Tanko Muay Thai League on February 12, 2017. Saladik is hopeful of securing a place on the Enfusion Live Reality show in the coming weeks but wants a rematch with Turbill.
Following his decision win against Marco Pique at TML 1: Tanko Muay Thai League on February 12, 2017 Michael Wakeling explained that his inactivity in recent years was due to the lack of ‘right money for right fights’ and that other people are fighting ‘for far too less’.
Liam Harrison defeated Jesus Romero by decision at TML 1: Tanko Muay Thai League on February 12, 2017 and along with his cousin, Andy Howson, gave a rundown of the fight. Harrison will fight Rayan Makki next at Yokkao 24 and was more candid with his opinion on Muay Thai Grand Prix champion, Charlie Peters.
Marco Pique lost by decision against Michael Wakeling at TML 1: Tanko Muay Thai League on February 12, 2017. The next day, Pique spoke in more depth about that headlining clash and his upcoming fight schedule in what will be his last year of fighting before retiring.
Liam Harrison is a multiple world Muay Thai champion and is widely regarded as one of the best Muay Thai fighters to fight out of the UK. “The Hitman” guested on the podcast a few days out from his next fight against, Jesus Romero at Tanko Muay Thai League 1 (TML 1) on February 12, 2017 at the Victoria Warehouse, Manchester.