Alexander Reynolds

FIGHTLAND

Pud Pad Noy Worawoot: The “Golden Leg” of Muay Thai

Feted by kings and statesman, from 1970 to 1975 Pud Pad Noy was the multi-weight daddy of the Muay Thai ring.
Alexander Reynolds
7.19.17
FIGHTLAND

Lenny McLean vs. Roy Shaw: Battle of the Guv’nors

When two of London's hardest mob enforcers went to war in the brutal and dirty world of unlicensed boxing.
Alexander Reynolds
7.6.17
FIGHTLAND

Dale Youth ABC: The Boxing Gym on the First Floor of Grenfell Tower

Lost to the flames of Grenfell Tower in London, the Dale Youth Boxing Club vows to box on.
Alexander Reynolds
6.23.17
FIGHTLAND

The Legend of the Fighting Dutchmen

Kaman. Dekkers. Aerts. Dutch kick fighters are in a league of their own. But who was the best of the bunch?
Alexander Reynolds
6.21.17
FIGHTLAND

Farewell to the Super Computer of Muay Thai

Plagued by injury, Yodsanklai Fairtex throws in the towel on a glittering career. Or has he?
Alexander Reynolds
6.14.17
FIGHTLAND

Savvas Michael: The Greek Hero of Muay Thai Boxing

Could 18-year-old Savvas Michael be the next Ramon Dekkers? It's in the hands of the Muay Thai Gods...
Alexander Reynolds
5.31.17
FIGHTLAND

Mindfulness and Muay Thai

For the cage fighter or the nak muay, a Buddhist state of mind will make you box clever.
Alexander Reynolds
5.9.17
FIGHTLAND

Superlek versus Panpayak: Duel of the Gunfighters

In Thailand, revenge is a dish best served again and again (and again).
Alexander Reynolds
5.5.17
FIGHTLAND

Confessions of an English Ganja-Smoking Nak Muay

In the life of a Fightland writer, or an aging nak muay farang, a week without weed is simply not worth contemplating.
Alexander Reynolds
4.20.17
FIGHTLAND

Apidej Sit Hurun: The Hardest Kick in the History of Muay Thai

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.
Alexander Reynolds
4.19.17
FIGHTLAND

Superlek vs. Sangmanee: An Instant Muay Thai Classic

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.
Alexander Reynolds
4.11.17
FIGHTLAND

Death of a Nak Muay

Two weeks ago Jordan Coe went to do his roadwork in Thailand and never returned. What killed the Muay Thai fighter from Scotland?
Alexander Reynolds
4.6.17
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