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.

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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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How Charlie Peters Beat Liam Harrison: The New King of British Muay Thai

Three-time Muay Thai world champion, Kieran Keddle, breaks down how Charlie Peters beat Liam Harrison at Muay Thai Grand Prix 17 via unanimous decision, becoming the new King of British Muay Thai.

Liam Harrison had retained the UK number one 67kg ranking in British Muay Thai for the last 13 years until, Charlie Peters beat “The Hitman”, in a fight that literally everyone gave Peters no chance of winning, with many predicting a knockout victory for Harrison who, had ruled the division and British Muay Thai as the undisputed King.

So, how exactly did Charlie Peters cause a huge upset in what was the biggest fight ever in British Muay Thai history?

The former Muay Thai Grand Prix champion who, has been coached by Kieran Keddle for the last 12 years, had a smart strategy devised by his coach which, Keddle breaks down concisely as to how, Yokkao world champion, Liam Harrison, lost to the new ‘UK number one’ and (unofficially newly crowned) King of British Muay Thai, Charlie Peters.

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Liam Harrison vs Charlie Peters “was close” but “Charlie was more up for it” – Kieran Keddle – MTGP 17

Kieran Keddle’s immediate reaction to Liam Harrison vs Charlie Peters, resulting in a massive upset in British Muay Thai; and Keddle admitting it “was close” from a Muay Thai scoring perspective but “Charlie was more up for it”; and describes the “emotional drive” that added to Charlie Peters defeating Liam Harrison via unanimous decision in the headline bout of, Muay Thai Grand Prix 17 and much more.

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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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Liam Harrison’s “Game Plan” Against Charlie Peters? Damien Trainor Previews: Harrison vs. Peters

Two-time world Muay Thai champion, Damien Trainor, breaks-down Liam Harrison’s most probable “game plan” against, Charlie Peters, leading up-to their headline bout at Muay Thai Grand Prix 17 (MTGP 17) in this preview. Liam Harrison vs Charlie Peters will see Harrison being challenged for his UK number one status which, he’s retained for over a decade in the British Muay Thai welterweight (67kg) division.

Billed as MTGP 17: Battle of Britain, Liam Harrison vs Charlie Peters is simply the biggest fight ever in UK Muay Thai history between two of the best fighters of their respective generations in British Muay Thai. Damien Trainor provides an insightful perspective between the two Muay Thai champions and their strengths against one another.

Over the last couple of years, the intense rivalry between Peters and Harrison has been building up between both fighters with Harrison having promised to knock-out Peters after their initial date was cancelled in 2017 after “The Hitman” sustained an injury and was lambasted by Peters.

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Why Charlie Peters beats Liam Harrison – Evan Jays – MTGP 17

UK Muay Thai prodigy, Evan Jays, explains why Double K team mate, Charlie Peters beats Liam Harrison when they UK’s top two Muay Thai welterweights (67kg), finally fight one another, in the main event of, Muay Thai Grand Prix 17 (MTGP 17).

Undoubtedly the biggest fight in UK Muay Thai history (and Europe), Liam Harrison vs Charlie Peters was initially scheduled for 2017 but an injury to Liam Harrison forced him to withdraw, causing an infamous reaction from Charlie Peters (questioning Harrison’s integrity) and mass uproar amongst the UK Muay Thai community; and further ignited the beef (and rivalry) between both fighters.

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Charlie Peters “has to be on his absolute best” to beat Liam Harrison – Dean James – MTGP 17

Three weight world Muay Thai champion, Dean James believes that Charlie Peters “has to be on his absolute best to beat” Liam Harrison when they clash at Muay Thai Grand Prix 17 (MTGP 17) on July 7, 2018.

Liam Harrison is the UK number one at 67kg (Muay Thai welterweight) for over a decade and defends his status against the UK number two, Charlie Peters, in the headline bout of MTGP 17. Three weight world Muay Thai champion, Dean James, previews the much anticipated ‘Battle of Britain’ between the two rivals with K1ANOOP.

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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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“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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Why Bellator 200 “Has Come Under Fire” in the UK

Bellator 200 London “has come under fire” in the UK for many reasons and not just because the fight card started to fall apart in fight week due to well reported injuries/pull-outs; and is now headlined by, Rafael Carvalho vs Gegard Mousasi. You’d think with the second biggest MMA promotion in the world returning to London would be delivering a much anticipated and huge event.

However, when compared to UFC Liverpool and reflecting on the the wider scale of operations for both MMA and Kickboxing promotions, both globally and especially here in the UK, there are some deeper issues influencing matters.

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