OFFICIAL RULES 7 REGULATIONS FOR
- Weight Classifications.
- Number of Rounds.
- Medical Examiantion & Weigh – in.
- Drows & Byes with Diagrams.
- Fighting Technique.
- Awarding of Scoring Points.
10.Fouls that don’t score.
11.Score Result if Equal.
RULE 1 : THE TATAMI AREA.
The Tatami / Floor area shall conform to the following specification:
1.1 Size. The Tatami inner area size shall be 8.00 metres x 8.00 metres (26 feet x
26 feet) and be Red in colour, with a larger area called the safety zone which shall
be 12.00 metres x 12.00 metres (39 feet x 39 feet) which will be Blue in colour, for
the Tatami areas to comply with world & NOC /OCA rules, measured from the inner
Side of the area.
The ancient capital of Ayutthaya is home to the annual World Thai Martial Arts Festival and Wai Khru Muay Thai Ceremony. For individuals trained in the ancient Thai art of boxing or ‘Muay Thai’, the annual Wai Khru Muay Thai Ceremony held during the annual Thai Martial Arts Festival is the most important date on their calendar. Muay Thai boxers from around the world return to Ayutthaya to pay respect to their teachers, and to pay homage to the legendary Muay Thai folk hero, Nai Khanom Tom.
Formally known as Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, the ancient city of Ayutthaya, was founded in 1350 by King U-Thong and remained the capital city of the Kingdom of Siam for 417 years, from 1350 to 1767...
History Characteristics of Muay Thai
Muay Thai is a combative sport which allows the use of almost all bodily organs, e.g., head, hand (fist), foot, knee, and elbow, as weapons in combat. Furthermore, it is an art demonstrating ability in moving various parts of the body in combat and self-defense to the accompaniment of music. It is a kind of sport that develops functional efficiency in the body systems, as well as mental development and self-comidence. It can be very useful in daily life since Muay Thai requires prompt decision making. Those who train consistently in Muay Thai will be enabled to make good swift decisions oto solve their problems effectively.
Muay Thai is an individual unarmed combat activity, therefore a high level of fitness, both physical and mental must be re...
Human beings were born with an instinct to fight for survival, especially self-defence against the most serious danger, that is, “the danger of war”. Each human race created methods of self-defence both with and without weapons, varing according to geographical and racial characteristics, until they became their national art of self-defence and a part of their culture. In Thailand, the Thai art of self-defence with bare hands is “Muay Thai” and one of those withweapons is, e.g., Krabi-Krabong. Both of the arts of fighting have kept Thailand an independent country up until the present day.
The Sukhothai, Ayudhaya, Thonburi and early Rattanakosin (Kings Rama I – IV) periods of Thailand were all periods of wars against invaders...