Feted by kings and statesman, from 1970 to 1975 Pud Pad Noy was the multi-weight daddy of the Muay Thai ring.
Lost to the flames of Grenfell Tower in London, the Dale Youth Boxing Club vows to box on.
Could 18-year-old Savvas Michael be the next Ramon Dekkers? It's in the hands of the Muay Thai Gods...
During the 1980s, the so-called "Golden Age of Muay Thai", Thanikul was the No. 1 fight promoter in Thailand.
He was crowned “Fighter of the Century” by the King of Thailand and was the first nak muay to be given his own display at the Thai National Museum. No Muay Thai boxer, before or since, has made such an impact on the sport.
You don't have to be a dead German philosopher to know that in life, or a Muay Thai ring, one must be either the hammer or the anvil.