A new year is here and Muay Thai and Kickboxing seem to have more events popping up than ever before. There are many great matchups that could take place all we need is the fighters to agree and a promoter willing to pay them. With that said we have compiled four fights we would love to see happen in 2016.
Ognjen Topic does not hold back. He is the Lion Fight champion and still goes to Thailand to compete, without belts, or big TV broadcasts.
How Gambling is Ruining the Art of Muay Thai: John Wolcott talks about the part of Muay Thai that many people tend to ignore.
In this Caley Reece interview she talks about life after retiring from Muay Thai as well as how she got involved in Muay Thai to begin with.
Max Muay Thai 2016 took place yesterday in Thailand and the event featured a 75kg 4-man tournament as well as some super fights.
Matt Embree challenges Saenchai to MMA fight after the Thai legend made comments about being able to defeat UFC champion Conor McGregor.
New Japan Kickboxing Winners 2016 took place earlier today and kicked of 2016 for the New Japan Kickboxing promotion.
The IKF started an internal review of the bout and today announced that the decision was reversed and Gaston Bolanos was declared the winner of the bout.
Dutch striker Jorina Baars will be fighting at on John Wayne Parr's Caged Muay Thai Series on March 5. CMT 8 will take place at the Logan Metro Sports Centre in Queensland, Australia. Baars opponent on the night will be Australia's Stephanie Glew.
Buakaw's MMA debut is set to take place the end of year for Kunlun Fight, although a specific date has not been announced yet.
John Wayne Parr vs. Brad Riddell will serve as the main event at CMT 8. The event will take place on March 5 at the Logan Metro Sports Centre in Queensland, Australia.
CMT 7 took place yesterday in Australia and the event featured Muay Thai fights in a cage with MMA gloves.
A photo essay by John Wolcott of Dean James Training at FA Group in Bangkok.