28 Disember 2010
27 Disember 2010
ASUS berlangsung dengan jayanya pada 22 November lalu di Pusat Konvensyen Antarabangsa Putrajaya (PICC), Putrajaya dan dirasmikan oleh Ketua Setiausaha Kementerian Belia dan Sukan (KBS), Datuk Mohid Mohamed yang mewakili menterinya, Datuk Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek.
Selain Kategori Persatuan Sukan, sebanyak tujuh anugerah lain disediakan pada tahun ini iaitu Kategori Pemimpin Lelaki ASUS, Kategori Pemimpin Wanita ASUS, Kategori Keluarga Aktif ASUS, Kategori Penggerak/Sukarelawan ASUS, Kategori OKU Pemimpin ASUS dan Kategori Kelab Sukan Komuniti (KSK) Cemerlang.
Secara amnya, objektif Anugerah ASUS itu diadakan bagi memberi pengiktirafan kepada pihak yang telah menyahut seruan kerajaan ke arah menjayakan sukan untuk semua Apa yang pasti pengiktirafan kerajaan melalui ASUS akan menjadi pemangkin kepada individu serta organisasi untuk menyumbang tenaga, jasa dan khidmat bakti mereka secara lebih gigih untuk memartabatkan sukan untuk semua.
There are so many great places to train in Siam that it all depends on you. Ask yourself a few of these questions. What do I wish to achieve by training in the Land of Smiles? Do I want to fight a pro match? Am I looking just to improve my technique and fitness? Do I want to able to train by day and party by night? All these elements come into existence while searching for the best gym that suites you. Once you’ve answered these questions, selecting a gym should not be to difficult.
Most gyms in the same regions charge about the same price for training, food, and accommodation. If you don’t want to stay at the gym, you can find a room somewhere else but the cost can be higher or lower depending on the accommodation your choose. You always want more than enough spending cash. Thailand is inexpensive for most falangs due to the exchange rates. If you are focused on training, you will not be spending too much money daily. I’d say not more than 250 baht. That is paying for bottled water, a couple snacks you may pick up between training sessions like those bags of fruit for 15 to 20 baht depending on who you buy from and you may get hungry after dinner is served so you stroll to the closest 7-11. Another thing to look at while training is going to fights. If you are in Bangkok (BKK), you will be visiting Rajadamnern and Lumpinee. Possibly some like Siam Omnoi, Tv7 Stadium or Channel 5. Depending on the gym you train at and what night of the week it is, you may be able to get in free to the fights. That depends on how well the gym you choose is connected. I’d say go in expecting to pay and if you don’t have to, great! Total monthly budget should be about RM1500 for the man or woman that is concentrating on training. That includes travel to and from the stadiums for fights by whatever manner of transportation you choose, cover charge to enter, food and drink not provided by the gym, those Saturday nights that may come along where you and your news training mates go out for dinner and drinks and pay you’re your trainers meal. (Don’t let him barrow any money!) and other miscellaneous items. If you are partying more and on a muaythai holiday, your cost can rise substantially. It’s too difficult for me to do the math on that due to the unknown amount of variables.
How long should I stay to actually improve my skills?
I’d say at least one month. THAT IS THE BARE MINIMUM. That is also putting your all into your training. Putting your all does not mean going 100% at all times on the bags or pads. Please don’t skip out on the morning runs or situps either. I understand that it will take a few days for you to acclimate to the time change and heat but once you have, do what you came to do. Many farangs may only get two weeks vacation/holiday time whichs blows but if you still want to come train, do it!! You probably will not be able to improve as much cause of time constraints but you will still learn something and any knowledge is useful if you know how to use it. If you can stay for 2, 3, or 4 months, go for it. Your game will go through the roof and upon returning home, I doubt any of your training partners will be able to keep up with you unless they are seasoned.
How is the healthcare if I was to get injured?
Pretty good actually. I suggest getting travelers insurance below you leave home.
Should I bring my own gear or use the gyms’ gear?
Bring your own if you have it.
This varies camp to camp. All try to maintain a healthy environment for the their boxers but you as a falang may not be immune to certain infections and irritants. Shower right after every training session too.
How easy can I get a fight and how much is the pay?
It’s usually very easy to get a fight since they are happening every night of the weeks somewhere. If you are good, you may be able to get a fight on a weekend card at one of the big stadiums. Don’t worry about the money cause it will not be good. I’m sure you are fighting for the experience more than the money anyway. If you wanted money, you’d be like Floyd Mayweather Jr and take up western boxing and fight for Goldenboy Promotions.
1. Head trainer: Kru Raja Ahmad (Cikgu Kacak) 15 years experience
2. Authentic Muay Thai training
3. Classes available two times a week
4. Learn Muay Thai for fitness, self-defence or to fight
5. Kids - Beginners - Advanced
6. Fighter training programs for amateur to professional
7. Fully structured Muay Thai training system
8. Private sessions available
9. Located inside inspired life - Taman Rakyat Klang
24 Disember 2010
18 Disember 2010
Muay Thai bukan sahaja mengajar bagaimana untuk mempertahankan diri daripada serangan dan membalas serangan, tetapi elemen seperti tatasusila, adab sopan, moraliti dan juga nilai-nilai murni juga ada diterapkan oleh jurulatih (kru) yang mengajar agar pelatih bukan sahaja mahir dalam seni Muay Thai bahkan mereka juga tahu membezakan yang mana baik dan yang mana buruk dan memanfaatkan apa yang mereka pelajari semaksimum mungkin.
17 Disember 2010
14 Disember 2010
It is an achievement that was recognized by the Sport Authority of Thailand when Saenchai was named fighter of the year for the second time in 2008, almost ten years after he first won this prestigious accolade in 1999.
Saenchais’ longevity is quite exceptional and he actually believes he is improving with age, ‘I think I am a better fighter now than I was when I was first named fighter of the year because in 1999 I won just one award but last year I won five,’ he says.
Aged 28, Saenchai is almost universally regarded as the best pound for pound Muay Thai fighter in the world and he believes he still has much more to offer, ‘Young fighters are always emerging but that does not worry me, it is normal. It is good for me to feel pressure. If I feel pressure then I will not let myself lose.’
Since 1999 Saenchais’ appeal has gone global. The man who has won the Lumpinee Stadium Championship in three different weight classes, moving up a staggering 15 lbs in the process, has increasingly had to look abroad to find new challenges, fighting in England and Australia already this year.
Having already conquered Thailand it is only natural that Saenchai should want to take on the world, ‘My next three fights will be in England, France and Holland. I am proud to be considered the best fighter in Thailand and I like being able to fight abroad,’ he says.
Saenchai knows he cannot continue to fight fo ever and acknowledges that, ‘I am already very old in Muay Thai years with 20 years of experience. I don’t think I will carry on fighting past the age of 35. After that I would like to have my own gym, I like teaching tactics and of fering instructions but I don’t want to actually be a trainer myself, if I have my own gym I will hire the trainers.’
However time does not appear to be catching up with Saenchai just yet and he is looking forward to testing himself against more foreign fighters, ‘There are many farangs who are good in Muay Thai but right now Thais are still better than farangs because Thais start training when they are very young,’ he says.
For Saenchai there are advantages to fighting overseas, ‘I am not allowed to use the cartwheel kick here in Thailand beause it is against the rules but I am allowed to do it if I am fighting abroad. It was my own idea but it comes from the Thai sport Ta Kro and I like it because it is different. Also if I fight abroad I can fight at my natural weight of 65kgs whereas in Thailand I normally have to cut weight to get down to 57kgs,’ he says.
Innovative and entertaining techniques such as the cartwheel kick have endeared Saenchai to fight fans and he has developed his own unique fighting style, ‘I like to think for myself and to do things for myself rather than following anybody else. I don’t really have a role model or even a favourite fighter, only myself!’ Saenchai may claim not to haveany role models himself but his seven year old son may well be following in his fathers footsteps
He has been training in Muay Thai for a year and according to Saenchai, ‘He really likes it and I think he is It is up to him if he wants to fight or not, I am not going to force him to be a fighter. At the moment he plays rather than trains.’
Such is Saenchais’ dominance that fighters in Thailand are increasingly reluctant to fight him and the man from Mara Sarakham is having to look further and further afield to find opponents. He may be fast approaching his third decade as a fighter but Saenchai Sor Kingstar is still very much number one and it is not a role he has any intention of relinquishing.
12 Disember 2010
Pertarungan yang dijangka sengit adalah antara bekas juara 14 wilayah selatan Thailand yang pernah mengalahkan Akhbar Hanafi dua tahun lepas, Dato (SKV Gym, Thailand) menentang bekas juara Kelantan, Seman Nong Kok (Kota Bharu).
Selain itu, perlawanan yang akan merangsang adrenalin penonton pastinya antara Eddiey Selindang Kuning (Kirsty Muay Thai Fight Club) yang akan turun menentang Cyrus Washington (USA).
Eddiey, jurulatih di Kirsty Fight Club, Ampang.
Dato (seluar biru) kini menjadi jurulatih di Merican Gym, Mont Kiara.
11 Disember 2010
09 Disember 2010
Muay means "box" or "boxing" in Thai so Muay Thai is "Thai Boxing"! Same thing, same meaning. The terms refer to the same sport.
There is no "Muay Thai Kickboxing" or "Thai Kickboxing" because muay simply means "boxing" not kickboxing.
Some people will argue that "Thai Boxing" refers to the modern ring sport you see today whereas "Muay Thai" refers to the "traditional" style practiced exclusively in Thailand. The truth of the matter is the terms mean one and the same any way you cut it. "modern" or "westernized" version may seem different (not much extended clinching, absence of elbows and throws perhaps?, more emphasis in boxing) but it's not. It's merely a subset of what Muay Thai is or was. It wouldn't make it "modern" because the core techniques and distinct character are still there.
Muay Thai is also used as a generic term to refer to ALL of Thailand's martial arts. The individual arts each have their own names, but the term Muay Thai is often used generically to refer to them all, much like the term Kung Fu is generically used to refer to Chinese martial arts.
Thai Boxing is merely the English interpretation of Muay Thai. The word Muay has a few different meanings, including singularity and a reference to how Thai's arrange long hair.
Muay Thai or Thai Boxing are kinda redundant ways to refer to the sport. These terms are used mostly to help identify at a glance what the sport or martial art is about to the uninformed masses. The term Muay Thai might mean nothing to your average layman, but if you tell them Muay Thai Kickboxing, they will at least have a basic idea of what its about even if they have never seen it before.
I think too many people read too much into the different terms used. They are all just interchangeable terms used to refer to the sport.
08 Disember 2010
06 Disember 2010
03 Disember 2010
Ditubuhkan pada Jun 1996 oleh Allahyarham Ustaz Abdul Wahab Ibrahim. Pada mulanya ilmu keturunan ini disebarkan kepada keluarga allahyarham. Tetapi atas minat dan sokongan dari penduduk setempat ia telah disebarkan kepada semua penduduk dan seterusnya kepada semua orang ramai. Kini ilmu ini telah diturunkan kepada Waris Utama Allahyarham, iaitu Guru Ezry atau lebih mesra dengan panggilan Paksu yang merupakan anak bongsu allahyarham dan isteri allahyarham yang merupakan Waris Adat Puan Ramlah Uda atau lebih mesra dengan panggilan Opah.
GCS yang membawa maksud G-Gabungan, C-Cengkaman dan S-Sakti merupakan nama silat Melayu dan Muay Thai bermaksud ilmu seni mempertahankan diri yang berasal dari Thailand. Ilmu ini telah digabungkan dan menjadi satu pendekatan ilmu yang kukuh.
Silat Gabungan Cengkaman Sakti ialah satu perguruan yang mempunyai elemen permainan atau gaya binatang. Elemen tersebut ialah Harimau yang digelar Sikasa, Helang digelar Siputih, Kera yang digelar Siluman dan Kala Jengking yang digelar Sikala. Dengan gabungan elemen gaya binatang ini maka permainan ilmu beladiri ini boleh beraksi dalam setiap sudut. Muay Thai atau Tomoi pula ialah ilmu yang dipelajari allahyarham daripada keturunannya memandangkan beliau adalah dari keturunan fatani (Thailand).
Satu langkah demi langkah diambil oleh Guru Ezry bagi mengetengahkan kelab dan mencungkil bakat ahlinya secara serius. Kelab ini juga telah berjaya menjadi salah satu aktiviti rasmi di bawah Gerakan Belia 4B Perak. Objektif utama kelab adalah untuk menjadikan kelab sebagai salah satu kumpulan dalam menarik seberapa ramai golongan belia untuk terus bergerak aktif selaras dengan kempen yang disarankan oleh pihak kerajaan. Selain dari itu, GCS juga sering dijemput menjadi fasilitator dalam kursus jangka pendek di sekolah, IPT, Puteri UMNO dan NGO.
Atas dasar mahu terus mendidik anak bangsa, kelab juga telah mewujudkan kumpulan tarian melayu asli (Kumpulan Sri Inang sari) di bawah pimpinan Cikgu Fazlyna (isteri Guru Ezry).
28 November 2010
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25 November 2010
24 November 2010
23 November 2010
Pelanggan Sitkrumat bukan sahaja terdiri daripada pengamal Muay Thai, tetapi juga pesilat dan artis beladiri lain. Barang-barang dipos sehingga ke Sabah, Sarawak, Singapura dan Indonesia. Bagi pengeposan dalam negeri, Sitkrumat Trading menggunakan Poslaju manakala pengeposan antarabangsa menggunakan syarikat kurier seperti Kanggaroo atau Citylink.
Walaupun menjual barangan secara online, Sitkrumat Trading sentiasa menjadi pilihan pembeli kerana lebih menjimatkan masa dan wang. Sitkrumat Trading cuma berpegang kepada prinsip "Anda percaya kepada kami, kami percaya kepada anda" dalam sebarang urusniaga.
Pembeli cuma perlu menghantar pesanan melalui e-mel atau sms kepada Cikgu dan akan mendapat maklum balas secepat mungkin. Selepas bayaran penuh dibuat ke akaun Maybank atau CIMB, barang akan dipos secepat mungkin yang biasanya mengambil masa selama 2 hari untuk sampai. Kos pengeposan ditanggung oleh pembeli berdasarkan rundingan yang dibuat.
Jika barangan yang ditempah tidak seperti yang dikehendaki, barangan boleh dipulangkan untuk diganti. Tiada sebarang unsur penipuan dan Sitkrumat Trading sentiasa memberi yang terbaik untuk pembeli.
Sitkrumat Trading sedia membekalkan apa sahaja barangan yang diperlukan oleh pembeli. Dari semahal-mahal barangan Raja Boxing hinggalah semurah-murah barangan FBT, semua ada dijual oleh Sitkrumat Trading. Sertailah Sitkrumat di Facebook.
17 November 2010
I have had the privilege and honor of training with and meeting several Muay Thai masters over these past 15 years. I have zero regrets in choosing Muay Thai as my career. Muay Thai has taught me so much about myself, what I value, what I believe, and what amazing possibilities await us if we have patience, disicpline, an open mind and an honest heart.
I have traveled every corner of Malaysia, as well as to Thailand. I have trained cops, athletes, and MMA fighters. I have been on national TV, magazines, newspapers and DVD’s. Some might even consider me a celebrity. Wow, me a celebrity, It’s enough to make a boy’s head get pretty big. But, you know what, I’m still just me, Cikgu Kacak, working my way through the ups and downs of life like everyone else. Though I have lofty goals and tons of ambition, I try to make a positive contribution to someone’s life, large or small.
Reflecting back, I realize just how blessed I’ve been. I have been given an opportunity to reach for the stars and yet keep my feet planted solidly on the ground. I believe we can achieve our dreams, fulfill our destiny and leave more than we take when given an opportunity.
Some of my most favorite hours in the week come when I teach kids’s classes at our camp. Yes, that’s what I said – teaching our tiger’s classes for me is an absolute joy. The youngest age we accept as students is five. These kids come to camp with eyes wides open, beaming with genuine innocence and freshness.
“Hello Master,” I followed by hugs and tugs of spontaneous enthusiasm, fill the atmosphere. It is important to connect with each child. Listening to their words and answering questions build a bond of trust and comfort.
Investing positive energy in children’s lives is surely one of the most important activities in which one can engage. Yes, teaching young children can also be extremely challenging and sometimes even exhausting, yet for me, the rewards are priceless.
I stress the basics when working with these very young children. Eye-hand cordination, simple calisthenics, such as jumping jacks, push-ups, and sit-ups, are daily staples when introducing these young fighters to the physical culture. I also stress courtesy, focus, and politeness. Learning to say, “yes, please” and “thank you” are as valuable in my camp as physical training. At the end of every class we all line up and each little tigers shakes my hand and thanks me. I monitor each child during this important task, making sure he makes eye contact with me and pleasantly smiles. After all, what’s the point in teaching these beautiful little children if we don’t offer them valuable and essential social skills?
One important aspect in teaching children and/or adults is to understand that we have a short amount of time to positively influence students. It broke my heart when a child would quit our camp and leave our program forever. However, over the years I have come to realize that if I do my job well, truly connect and belive in the kids and myself, I will have an indelible impact on these young lives.
In some small way, I have perhaps ignited a spark that will help guide them through their life’s challenges. Well, maybe it does still break my heart a little bit when they leave me, yet I am grateful for the moments we shared. Having looked into these young children’s eyes is certainly worth the joy.
16 November 2010
Place: Imperial Queen’s Park Hotel, Queen’s Park 2 Ballroom
SUN NOVEMBER 28, 2010
10.00 - 12.00 Opening: The History of Muaythai
12.00 - 13.00 Lunch
13.00 - 15.00 Introduction to the WMC- IFMA Khan Programme
MON NOVEMBER 29, 2010
09.00 - 12.00 Waikhru: The Different Types and Meanings
12.00 - 13.00 Lunch
13.00 - 16.00 Khan 1-5
TUE NOVEMBER 30, 2010
09.00 - 11.00 Rules & Regulations of Professional Muaythai
11.00 - 12.00 National & International Sport Structure by Sakchye Tapsuwan Ph.D
12.00 - 13.00 Lunch
13.00 - 16.00 Khan 6-9
WED DECEMBER 1, 2010
09.00 - 12.00 Review of Khan 1-9
12.00 - 13.00 Lunch
13.00 - 15.00 Injury Prevention in Muaythai
15.00 - 17.00 Khan 10-11
THU DECEMBER 2, 2010
09.00 - 10.00 How to Protect Yourself and Your Gym by Mervyn Tan, Legal Chairman, Asia
10.00 - 12.00 Muaythai Towards IOC Recognition & Social Values of Muaythai by Stephan Fox
12.00 - 13.00 Lunch
13.00 - 16.00 Khan 12-13
16.00 - 21.00 The Benefits of “Nuad” for Muaythai
FRI DECEMBER 3, 2010
09.00 - 12.00 Muaythai Forum
12.00 - 13.00 Lunch
13.00 - 16.00 Review of Khan 1-13
SAT DECEMBER 4, 2010
09.00 - 16.00 Visit to training and sport facilities in Bangkok
SUN DECEMBER 5, 2010
Khan Certification Ceremony @ Sanam Luang/IFMA World Championships Closing
12 November 2010
10 November 2010
Kru Raja Ahmad, ingeniuously picked a recreational park to serve as the camp’s training centre. As Kru Raja Ahmad is also a high school teacher, most of the camp’s pioneering trainees, consisted of his own students at school.
The syllabus taught at Sitkrumat is complete and exhilarating as it encompasses Muay Thai teaching and education for pre-school. Kru Raja Ahmad has studied the training systems of the Muay Thai camps and gyms in Thailand; and subsequently adapted it to attract everyone in the local community.
Despite not having permanent gym premises like the other Muay Thai gyms in Malaysia; Sitkrumat has drawn and received remarkable public attention and support. The camp’s location at the centre a recreational park, clearly proves to be an advantage as it enables any member of the public to literally walk in and join the training. This gives the camp an edge over other camps, in terms of public accessibility. To date, Sitkrumat has trained almost 200 high school students and adults.
Sitkrumat is also responsible for introducing a Muay Thai awareness programme known as the 1Malaysia Authentic Thai Kickboxing Workshop. For merely RM100 (USD30), Muay Thai enthusiasts will be able to learn Muay Thai from local champions and also trainers from the best clubs in Malaysia. Sitkrumat is also instrumental in spreading Muay Thai in Sabah, with the recent success of the 1Malaysia Authentic Thai Kickboxing Workshop in Kota Kinabalu. 50 Nak Muay were literally produced, via the said workshop.
09 November 2010
08 November 2010
Saketdao Petchpayathai: yes well, a little tired because I have to lose weight for my fight next week.
B.K.: How old are you?
S.P.: I have 22 years old
B.K.: You come of what region of the Thailand?
S.P.: I come from Isaan (northeast of the country)
B.K.: You have brothers and sisters?
S.P.: We are three children in the family
B.K.: You have brothers who also boxing?
S.P.: No, I am the only one to make of the Muay Thai
B.K.: You began the boxing at which age?
S.P.: At about 10 years
B.K.: Your first fight you made him for which age?
S.P.: In 10 years
B.K.: How did you discover the boxing?
S.P.: There was a camp not far from to me. I often went to see the trainings when I was children
B.K.: It is in this camp that you began Muay Thai?
S.P.: Yes, he was called Nalakap Gym
B.K.: You have made a lot of fight for this camp?
S.P.: About 100 fights. I stayed 7 years in this camp
B.K.: Towards what age you came to Bangkok?
S.P: In 17 years I came to Bangkok
B.K.: You came directly to the camp Kiatphet of Mr Chun?
S.P.: Yes, I am in Kiatphet for 5 years now
B.K.: You live in the camp?
S.P.: Yes, I have my room in the camp
B.K.: In what category you fight?
S.P.: - 57 Kg
B.K.: What are the titles which you gained?
S.P.: I took two belts. In 2007 I won the belt of Lumpinee and then the belt of Raja which I always have
B.K.: How much have you make of fights, how much have you of victory and defeat?
S.P.: I have 200 fights. 140 wins. 59 losses and 1 draw
B.K.: You gained many fights by KO?
S.P.: Not little
B.K.: You have which style of boxing?
S.P.: I am fiimeu, more muay khao (technician with knees)
B.K.: What was so far your hardest fight?
S.P.: Against Nongbee Kiatyongyuth in Lumpinee Stadium
B.K.: Your best memory of boxing until today?
S.P.: When I gained my belt of Lumpinee then my belt of Raja, they are two good memories!
B.K.: You have already fought abroad?
S.P.: Not never
B.K.: The best Thai boxer at present it is who for you?
S.P.: It is Seanchai Sor Kingstar!
B.K.: What are the fighters whom you beat these last years?
P.F: Puja Sor Suwanee, Sit Niwath Phetsanguan, Nong Bee Kiatyongyut (by KO), Anuwat Keawsamrit, Jomtong Chuwattana
B.K.: Who is your promoter?
S.P.: Mister Peerapong (Promoter TV7 and owner of the Kiatphet gym)
B.K.: What technique do you like most?
S.P.: My speciality they are the knocks of knees…
B.K.: You win of good purse at present?
S.P.: Yes, I still have no car but I have my motorcycle already…
B.K.: What would you like to make after the boxing?
S.P.: I would like to go up a small supermarket in my home in Isaan, to trade
B.K.: Thank you and chokdee for your fight!
S.P.: Thank you very much
Sakeddao is really the great champion of moment, it is him who gathered in the most beautiful victories lately. He won are fight against Chok Eminentair in the stadium TV7. Then he kept his belt of Rajadamnern in front of terrible to puncheur Anuwat.
In a special meeting in Lumpinee he lose to points against Seanchai (Senchai met Sakeddao in 2 round and Petchbonchoo in 3 rounds). Then in Rajadamnern he wins at points against Daoprakai Sor Sommai.
In November 2009 for the first time Sakeddao is going to fight abroad, in England he meet the redoubtable English champion Liam Harrison (World Champion WMC) whom he beats in points.
Finally at the end of the year on 2009 he meet again the star Seanchai in the stadium of Lumpinee and he takes his belt, he becomes the new champion of the Lumpinee in 135 lbs (-60 kg)!
07 November 2010
Jenama Raja dipakai oleh petinju yang bertanding di Rajadamenrn
2. Ketika itu, kami cuma ada satu punching bag, sepasang pao dan dua pasang gloves.
3. Pelatih ketika itu hanya 7 orang, kesemuanya ialah pelajar di sekolah tempat Cikgu mengajar.
4. Kami berlatih di padang rumput dalam Taman Rakyat diperhatikan oleh setiap pengunjung yang datang beriadah.
6. Semua orang di Klang mengenali Sitkrumat walaupun kami tidak mempunyai gim yang moden.
7. Sitkrumat pernah keluar dalam Akhbar Sinar Harian, Majalah Seni Beladiri dan majalah Muay Thai antarabangsa, Muay Thai Magazine.
9. Sitkrumat sering diundang membuat persembahan di majlis-majlis rasmi seperti pembukaan gim Muay Thai, pameran dan terlibat dalam perlawanan persahabatan dengan kelab-kelab lain sekitar Lembah Kelang.
06 November 2010
03 November 2010