Increíbles lesiones de MMA

Al igual que todos los deportes de contacto, la naturaleza de las artes marciales mixtas sin duda conlleva el riesgo posibles lesiones. Puedes tener las típicas lesiones de los combates (huesos rotos, músculos desgarrados, etc.) pero también es posible sufrir lesiones que no son normales, simplemente porque hay patadas y puñetazos por todas partes. Tomemos,…

Short People in Wrestling

One may believe that bigger is better in martial arts — and it’s hard not to buy into this fact. Practical thinking would suggest that whoever has a physical dominance will naturally have the advantage during the fight. However, just because a wrestler may be lacking in height and size, doesn’t mean he or she…

Crazy MMA Injuries

Like all contact sports, the physical nature of mixed martial arts undoubtedly carries a risk of potential injuries. While you have your typical combat injuries — broken bones, torn muscles, and such — it’s also entirely possible to sustain injuries that are out of the ordinary, just because fists and feet are flying everywhere. Take,…

Entrena como Buakaw

Se necesita mucho esfuerzo, dedicación y trabajo duro para llegar a los niveles más altos en los deportes, y el ex dos veces campeón del Estadio Omnoi, el campeón de Lumpini Stadium Toyota Marathon, el campeón de peso pluma de Tailandia y el dos veces K-1 campeón de World MAX, Sombat “Buakaw” Banchamek lo sabe…

Train Like Buakaw

It takes an immense amount of drive, dedication, and good old-fashioned hard work to make it to the upper echelons of sports, and former two-time Omnoi Stadium champion, Lumpini Stadium Toyota Marathon champion, Thailand Featherweight champion and two-time K-1 World MAX champion, Sombat “Buakaw” Banchamek knows this all too well! Buakaw has steadily been climbing…

Post-MMA Careers

What happens to fighters after they leave the Octagon for good? A retirement from MMA means that they’re going from constant training and anticipation of the next big fight, to… silence. It’s a silence that can be deafening when you’re used to the crowd cheering your name as you walk down the aisle. It takes…