The craving for something new and improved in the consistent desire in the human experience.
Our wants and hopes in the competitive female submission grappling industry is no different.
Who is the new girl on the block?
Her names is Vegas and she lives in London.
But what a stunning figure the Alpha Femmes new wrestler Vegas has.
Just look at her. Isn’t she gorgeous?
The management at alphafemmesuk.com luvs to share. “Vegas in the ring baby! Our new and exclusive bubbly athlete has joined the wrestling industry and the Alpha Femmes UK team.
This lady has the most extraordinary, muscular thighs. They are a solid 26 inches. Imagine those crushing the life out of you! Vegas has been training in Maui Thai for 2 years, and is currently in training for a White Collar Boxing event, and has also has recently taken up practicing Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. To top it all off Vegas is an active half marathon runner too.
Vegas is a formidable athlete with solid muscle on every inch of her body (you can find out for yourself). She is strong and has a fighting spirit to match, complimented by her stamina and endurance. You will be charmed and flattened by this lady and you won’t know what hit you harder.”
Available for session and video work.
All weekdays and weekends with reasonable notice.
We are really impressed that she has Maui Thai skills to be admired.
It’s a new and unknown discipline to many. Maybe you too.
Muay Thai is a hard technique martial art from Thailand. Descended from muay boran (ancient boxing), Muay Thai is Thailand’s national sport, also known as Thai boxing.
The word muay derives from the Sanskrit mavya and Thai comes from the word Tai. Muay Thai is referred to as the “Art of Eight Limbs” or the “Science of Eight Limbs” because the fighters use eight ‘points of contact’; punches, kicks, elbows and knee strikes. This is different to “two points” (fists) in Western boxing and “four points” (hands and feet) used in sport-oriented martial arts. A practitioner of Muay Thai is known as a nak muay.
There are few written records pertaining to pre-twentieth century Muay Thai history. Knowledge has been passed down by oral tradition, which makes it difficult to be sure of the facts. However we can be sure that various forms of kickboxing have long been practiced throughout mainland Southeast Asia.
Without going into too much historic details, it is believed that in Thailand, Thai boxing evolved from muayboran (ancient boxing), an unarmed combat method which would probably have been used by Siamese solders after losing their weapons in battle.
But even in times of peace self-defense techniques have always been of great importance to Thai military leaders and the monarchy. We can be sure that Thai soldiers have studied Thai boxing since early times.
Thai boxing has most likely earned money for its competitors since the Sukothai era (1238 – 1377). During this time Muay Thai boxing gradually became a means of personal advancement as the nobility increasingly esteemed skillful practitioners.
Before the introduction of weight classes, a fighter fought all comers regardless of size and weight differences. With the introduction of the weight classes, the fighters are now more evenly matched and instead of having one champion, there is one for each weight class.
Today, Thai boxing still remains one of most overwhelming martial arts on the planet. The integration in mixed martial arts (MMA) competitions makes is popular through the whole world. Thai boxing has become an accepted amateur sport in many countries with both men and women of all ages participating in regular training sessions. They can challenge their skills at the amateur World Championship for Muay Thai which is held annually in Thailand.
To this day, Muay Thai is an essential part of Thai culture. Thais have a fiery belief in the lethal effectiveness of their fighting art and have proved it time and again.
Damir Butkovic is the founder of martialartsfreetips.com, an online community for people who need advice about mixed martial arts (MMA). For instant access, free exercise tips, strength training advice and guidelines for proper nutrition, go to http://www.martialartsfreetips.com
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