Ukraine Muay Thai fighter Serhii fighting out of Kombat Group, fights for a third time at Max Muay Thai in Pattaya and claims a 3rd victory by TKO, this time on the Max Muay Thai Ultimate event.
Serhii from Ukraine returns to Thailand to train and sharpen his Muay Thai skills again at Kombat Group in preparation of fighting at the Max Muay Thai Stadium in Pattaya for a second time.
We are pleased to announce that traditional Thai massage and holistic therapies will now be available in our dedicated massage cabin inside of the camp, overlooking the swimming pool and recreation area.
Kombat Group Athlete Andrea Altomani Return’s to the Ring for a Muay Thai Match at Boxing World in Pattaya
It was a triumphant return for Italian boxer Andrea Altomani, 29 years old, who won by TKO in his first match after a break of more than a year due to an injury.
On December 27th 2017, during the annual Sitpholek Fight Night for charity at the Pattaya Boxing World Stadium, Christian Daghio competed in a boxing match and took home a new victory.
On November 23rd, 2017 our pro boxing fighter Micheal Whitehead fought a 6 round match in Bangkok.
Are you wondering where you can buy some of our signature Kombat Group gear?
Come and visit our gear shop! Located in the new reception area, the shop is set in a fighting cage to remind you what you’re shopping for. Plus it looks really cool too.
On August 15th Christian Daghio squared up for a 12 round match in Bangkok's Ram 100 stadium against the strong Nattapon Plangpimai for the World Boxing Federation International Boxing Championship. The gala started at 19:00 with a few international fights in which Thai fighters fought against Vietnamese, Japanese, or other fighters from around the world. Then came the main event of the night...
This year the WKL Muay Thai fight was very challenging and Christian did not find an easy opponent in the young and strong fighter from Poland. In an exclusive interview, he shares the training methods that led to his 7th World Muay Thai Champion win.
Kombat Group Thailand presents seminars focused exclusively on clinching.
When talking to Christian about the idea, he shared with us that clinching techniques and its endurance is often underestimated in a traditional Muay Thai training. And while you can learn to punch and kick well in a relatively short time (a few months for example), learning how to clinch properly takes a much longer time. It can be years of experience before you really master it. But this time can be shortened a bit by educating yourself on the proper technique and also by rigorous work on your stamina and coordination.