On behalf of World Muay Federation (W.M.F.), I congratulate you all for the work and support you have continuously shown to our programs, aims and developments.
I’ve observed always good spirits and great conduct among our members and athletes. All our athletes have always shown good sportsmanship and have been at the top of their game.
As a sport, Muay requires focus, concentration and determination from its practitioners and followers, only through this qualities, they excel individually and for the country they represent.
But, Muay is not just a sport. It is more than sport. It’s a martial art or martial science how I prefer to see it. Muay is a physical and mental educational system which contains ancient wisdom and philosophy, it is a way of life. Continue reading
With a rich heritage and the place few Martial Arts were born, SE Asia had brought to the world one of the finest, most exquisite, popular and effective Martial Art.
Muay has existed for more than a thousand years under different names, some of the earliest being recorded in Thailand as Muay, yet its historic and cultural implications are as important today as they were when it first began.
Even to date, the sport of Muay and the events around it continues to instill much pride and honor in the people in Asia and more popularly and well known the Thai population.
Like everyone know by now, Sports are a powerful tool to draw together people from around the world, from all walks of life, of all faiths encouraging a spirit of understanding and fair play that goes beyond winning or losing. Continue reading