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The Muay Thai Guys Podcast

By noreply@blogger.com (Sean Fagan)

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Fighters Sean Fagan and Paul Banasiak cover all aspects of Muay Thai. They discuss training in Thailand, fighting strategies, upcoming fight cards and much more! If you're a fan, fighter or full-fledged Muay Thai addict, this podcast was made for you!

Customer Reviews

Great information presented by super cool guys

I’ve been training in Muay Thai for a little over 2 years but haven’t bothered to understand anything more than physical technique. This podcast has already taught me so much in the first week or two of listening. Thank you guys so much for taking the time to create this content! You’ve definitely earned a new fan and I can’t wait to listen to all the past episodes.

The first stop for Muay Thai!

Great way to keep your mind on Muay Thai especially at work doing the grind. Extremely informative podcast! Love learning about Sean’s and Paul’s journey! Thank you and keep up the good work

Eric Glass

Much Love

What Up Bros. I just discovered your podcast 2 weeks ago and am now hooked. BTW Reaper, awesome performance @Lionfight. You put on a hell of a show and fought so tough. Just to introduce myself and give a little backround my name is Ryan. I am a 29 year old father of two(toddler and newborn). I work as a Paramedic for the Baltimore County Fire Dept. in Maryland. I am just now starting to get in a flow w/ my balancing act after the birth of my second child one month ago. After dabbling in BJJ and Muay Thai for the past 2 years I have decided to focus soley on Muay Thai. My gym is a Bang Muay Thai affiliate, so not traditional Muay Thai and more BJJ oriented. All the coaches, fighters, and members of my gym are awesome people, and the training is great. Your podcast has given me the guidance and knowledge to put forth a proper training routine. Time management and training focus has been somewhat of an issue before. With all the info you have provided over numerous podcasts, I am now able to say I wake up every day with clear trainig goals. Having a schedule laid out makes the trainning all the more enjoyable. What you two have done is become a one stop shop for everything Muay Thai. All the hours of trainig and research you guys put in is much appreciated. I don't think I will make it to Thailand until maybe 5 years , I still love the content. Your in depth coverage and discussion of Thai culture, and training is greatly appreciated, by those of us who can't travel freely. I can drive to work listen to Muay Thai Guys Podcast and instantly be linked to an amazing culture, I would otherwise be blind to you. I hope to travel to Thailand within 5 years and start out with some amautuer fights here soon. Just wanted you 2 to know that all the work your putting in is motoivating to others and truely helpful. I know you guys aren't becoming millionairs off of Muay Thai and it shows you do everything out of straight passion. While I am well aware I will never be a great pro fighter, I love training, sparring, and appreciate the knowledge. I plan to join Nak Muay Nation and look forward to watching you guys fight and gain the recognition you deserve.

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