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Mourning the Death of Rama IX, Bhumibol Adulyadej, King of Thailand

It is with profound sorrow that we report the passing of Thailand’s beloved monarch. December 5, 1927 – October 13, 2016 Our deepest condolences to the people and nation of Thailand.

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Lion Fight 29 Results

Lion Fight XXIX Full Results Mashantucket Pequot Foxwoods® Resorts ♦ Casino Ledyard, Connecticut Friday, May 27, 2016 MAIN EVENTS: Regian Eersel (The Netherlands) def. Jo Nattawut (Kingdom of Thailand by way of USA) by TKO (Head Kick) @2:02 of Round … Continue reading

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Muhammad Ali: January 17, 1942 – June 3, 2016

“He was bigger than boxing, bigger than sports.  The man was a great man beyond anything as far as color.  I’ve traveled the world and people have whispered in my ear from every corner of the earth Ali, Ali.  There’ll … Continue reading

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NJACB COMBAT/CONTACT SPORTS MEDICINE SYMPOSIUM

Richard Hughes Justice Complex 25 Market Street, 6th Floor Library Point Conference Room Trenton, NJ Tuesday, June 16, 2016 AGENDA CONTROVERSIAL TOPICS & CLINICAL PEARLS IN RINGSIDE MEDICINE OPENING REMARKS    9:00 am – 9:05 am LARRY HAZZARD SR., COMMISSIONER New … Continue reading

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New York State’s MMA Legalization: The Good, The Bad, and The Be Careful What You Wish For

Time now for a reality check about how the New York State Legislature does business.  Legalization does for Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) what the carried interest tax loophole does for income inequality.  It institutionalizes economies of scale through mandates that … Continue reading

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Redemption Makes a Comeback in Martial Arts Legacy

It is believed that authentic martial arts, unlike contemporary sports derivatives, trace their origins to Asian battlefields.  If we can believe the human genome project, by the same token, mankind as a species originated in Africa.  So it was that … Continue reading

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Mourning the Death of Grand Master Bob Chaney

Grand Master Bob Chaney will almost certainly be remembered by those who knew him personally for his essential human warmth and dignity.  At a basic gut level, some losses are irreplaceable.  This is one of them. Bob Chaney trained in … Continue reading

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Lion Fight 28 Convenes a Jury of Fury

Going dump a chump in his first title defense, hash tag Ognjen Topic for why the ground game doesn’t score high in Muay Thai.  Neither does tactical predictability win a whole lot of fights, as opposed to say a surprise … Continue reading

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OneSongchai and S1’s “Dragon Punch Promotion” Showcases Thai Fighting Prowess in China

Showcasing Thai fighting prowess at its most ferocious, Thailand’s national prestige scored a win with quadruple victories on Chinese soil in front of a Chinese tv audience.  “Dragon Punch Promotion” was televised live this past March the 5th on Thailand’s … Continue reading

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