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tony jaa doesnt even do muay thai he does muay boran which is an older version of muay thai and how can you think he is the best when he rarely competes and his muay boran is more of a performance than practicale in a real fight
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tony jaa doesnt even do muay thai he does muay boran which is an older version of muay thai and how can you think he is the best when he rarely competes and his muay boran is more of a performance than practicale in a real fight
It may have been a joke.
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tony jaa doesnt even do muay thai he does muay boran which is an older version of muay thai and how can you think he is the best when he rarely competes and his muay boran is more of a performance than practicale in a real fight

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He's the best because he's Tony Jaa. Just like Jackie Chan is the best cause he's Jackie Chan. And he doesn't only do Muay Boran, he just knows that too. And his own style called Muay Kotchasan. Oh, and you'd lose if you were in a fight with him.

Best Muay Thai practitioner in MMA is Anderson Silva by a furlong. No doubt.

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Some Australia MMA news...Australian Muay Thai world champ Nathan "Carnage" Corbett may be fighting in MMA so his strikes will be devastating for his Australian opponents if he does decide to fight MMA.


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Real simple. Best mt kicks would be Mirco Crocop. Pure mt technique would go to Anderson Silva. Kit Cope is a really good mt fighter (you don't come out of Master Toddy's gym without really technical skills like or hate the guy.. The problem and the truth is that 1. He would lose to the Europeans (mainly due to the fact that Americans don't travel to Thailand and these Europeans not only go there, but live there and even speak the language.
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