Muay Thai is popular throughout the Kingdom, so gyms are found in every town. To learn more about specific gyms, see the web sites listed below.
Sorvorapin Gym, located in the Banglumpu section of Bangkok. Five minutes from Khao San Road, Sorvorapin charges 400 baht ($10) for one workout, 3700 baht for two weeks, and 7000 baht for one month. Weekly and monthly rates include up to two 3-hour workouts per day.
Fairtex Muay Thai Fitness Camp, on the outskirts of Bangkok, offers a more comfortable and upscale experience. Facilities are clean and modern. The camp offers a variety of packages for foreigners: shared room with fan plus full day training (two 3-hour sessions) costs 963 baht per day ($25). At the high end, a private air con room plus full day training costs 1650 baht per day ($45). A half day of training (one 3-hour session, morning or afternoon) costs 386 baht ($10).
In the south of Thailand, in close proximity to beaches and resorts, is the Phuket Muay Thai Gym. They charge 400 baht per day and 2000 baht per week (up to two workouts per day).
For those who prefer the mountains in the north, Siam Number 1 Gym is in Chang Mai. They charge 300 baht per day, 1500 baht per week, and 5500 baht per month.
Muaythai rules & regulations of Lumpinee boxing stadium B.E. 2500( Alterations & additional edition B.E. 2535 (1992) ) ( All rights reserved )
THE RING Muaythai contests in general. The ring must consist of the following: The ring must be in two square sizes. One is a small size of 4.90 m. (16 ft.) and the other one is a large size of 7.30 m. (24 ft.) Both sizes are measuring within the ropes.
The ring must be built in a safety, proper level, without any obstruction, and must extend outside the ropes of at least 50 cm. (20 inches). The erect posts of the four corners must be well covered, or in any other ways that will not cause danger to the contestants.
The ring floor must be covered with soft cloths, straw mat, wood filings, compressed cork, and etc. The ring floor's thickness must not be less than 2 inches (2.50 cm.) and must not more than 2 inches (5 cm.). The stadium must be covered with a stretched tight canvas that covered the entire ring floor. There must be 4 paralleled ropes, with a diameter of at least 1.50 inches to 2 inches that stretched from the posts of the corners. The rope heights from the ring floor are: the first rope 55 cm. (1 ft. 10 inch.), the second rope 85 cm. (2 ft. 6 inch), the third rope 115 cm. (3 ft. 10 inch.), and the fourth rope 145 cm. (4 ft. 10 inch.). The ropes must be covered with soft and smooth material. At the 4 corners, the insides of the ropes must be covered with soft materials.
There must be stairs at the opposite corners of the ring for the contestants, referee and others to get up and down.
THE GLOVES The boxers must wear gloves that weight of one glove not less than 4 oz. (133.4 g.) and not more than 6 oz. (170.1 g.)
For Mini-Flyweight to Featherweight (100 lbs.-126 lbs.) division, the fighters must use 6 oz. (170.1 g.) gloves.
BANDAGE The width of bandage must not exceed 2 inches and the length of each bandage that will be wrap around each fist of the fighter must not exceed the following limit:
From Mini Flyweight to Featherweight Division, the fighter must use the bandage that not exceeding 10 yards or 2 rolls of bandages. Plaster can be used to cover, but not exceeding 1 packet, or the contestants will agree themselves, and not to cover the fist bone. If agreeable not to exceed 1 packet, and the width of the plaster not to exceed 1 inch., the length not to exceed 5 yards (1 packet).
THE DRESS The contestants must dress as follows: The protector and the trunks must be worn according to the color of the corner. Not to wear cloth and shoes. Keep polite hairstyle, and cleanly shaved. Nails must be cut and short. The superstitious magical substances can be tied on the upper arms or waist, but not to be dangerous to the opponent. The ankle can be used not exceeding one on each leg. Belt and anything which is metal is not allowed. Using of Vaseline or anything which will be dangerous or diskle on the face, arms or on upper portion of the body are not allowed. A sacred cord must be worn on the head and one has to pay homage.
THE RING EQUIPMENT The ring must have the following equipment: • Resting seat for the boxer before the match, 3 seats for each corner. • 2 towels • 2 sponges • 2 bottles of water • 2 water cups • 2 buckets of water • Tables & chairs for officers • Bell • 1 or 2 stop watch • Points recording cards • 1 box for keeping points recording cards • 3 points giving tables • set of First Aid equipment • Board indicating Round, Event & Time
CLASS & WEIGHT USED IN THE MATCH 1. Mini Flyweight weights not exceeding 105 lbs. (47.629 kg.) 2. Junior Flyweight weights not exceeding 108 lbs. (48.990 kg.) 3. Flyweight weight not exceeding 112 lbs. (50.805 kg.) 4. Junior Bantamweight weights not exceeding 115 lbs. (52.166 kg.) 5. Bantamweight weight not exceeding 118 lbs. (55.341 kg.) 6. Junior Featherweight weights not exceeding 122 lbs. (55.341 kg.) 7. Featherweight weight not exceeding 126 lbs. (57.155 kg.) 8. Junior Lightweight weights not exceeding 130 lbs. (58.971 kg.) 9. Lightweight weight not exceeding 135 lbs. (61.238 kg.) 10. Junior Welterweight weights not exceeding 140 lbs. (63.506 kg.) 11. Welterweight weight not exceeding 147 lbs. (66.681 kg.) 12. Junior Middleweight weights not exceeding 156 lbs. (70.764 kg.) 13. Middleweight weight not exceeding 160 lbs. (72.578 kg.) 14. Junior Heavyweight weights not exceeding 175 lbs. (72.578 kg.) 15. Heavyweight weight not exceeding 175 lbs. ( 79.383 kg.) upwards.
WEIGHT-IN Weighting of the contestants is from 08.00 AM. To 12.00 AM. On the matching day. When the contestants over weight, reweigh is allowed, weighin the limit time not exceeding 12.00 AM. If still over weight, it is stopped, in this weighting, the contestants weigh nakedly.
Before weighing, the contestants must be certified and body check from appointed Diploma Doctor that they are fully healthy to perform the fight. The weight must not below 100 lbs., age not less than 15 years and the weight must not differ more than 5 lbs.
NUMBER OF ROUNDS The fight normally not exceeding 5 round, a round is 3 minutes, interval during the rounds is 2 minutes, and the fight must not less than 3 rounds. In case of accident causing the fight cannot perform again, if it necessary to get the result, the fight must be more than 3 rounds, and the result of the fight can be decided by points.
BOXER SECONDS Each contestants has the fight to have 2 boxer seconds and must be under the following rules:
The boxer seconds will not advise, help or support their contestant during the round in the fight.
The boxer seconds will not give up the fight for the contestant by throwing sponge or towel into the ring, except there is special agreement. During the fight is going on, both the boxer seconds and their assistant will not standing at the edge of the ring. Before starting each round, the boxer seconds must take towel, bucket, etc. out from the edge of the ring. The boxer seconds of both corners must dress politely. If it is a Championship fight, 3 boxer seconds are allowed. If the boxer seconds or assistant violate the above rules, they may be blamed, and may be decided not to be the boxer seconds of that fight. For the contestant, the referee may warm or blame or decide to be defeated.
THE DECISION COMMITTEE There are 4 members, 1 Referee and 3 Judges. The above mentioned member must be well learned and studied, and have experience in doing their duties.
THE DECISION COMMITTEE The Referee has the duty to control the fight in the ring according to the rules with justice during the fight. Has the full power in decision solely, nobody can object it. Advises the contestant or boxer seconds who do not perform according to the rules.
The Referee must not give points. Collects & checks total of points in points recording cards of the 3 judges after the fight ends, and decide according to the most points & give the points recording cards tot the chief of decision. The Referee must use 3 orders i.e. The Referee must point out some rules to the contestants & chief of the boxer seconds before commencing the first round.
DUTY OF REFEREE The Referee has duty to control the match according to the rules with justice.
POWER OF REFEREE The Referee has the power to do in the ring. To stop the fight when considers that one has skill more than the other. To stop the fight when considers that the contestant has received severe injury so that he cannot continue the fight. To stop the fight when considers that the contestant does not really fight. In this case, the referee may stop one contestant or both. In any round of the fight, if the boxer is counted, & is ordered to box and after though consideration that the counted boxer does not fully perform the fight, the Referee has the right to stop the fight. To stop the fight to warn the boxer when be does not box according to the rules or by other reasons, thus to make justice in the fight and to reaky do according to the rules. To let the disobey boxer out of the fight. To let the disobey boxer second out of the fight and if reasonable, may let the contestant out of the fight also. (The boxer must responsible his own seconds) To let the foul boxer out of the fight, whether being warned or not, or if considers that such deed is to let him be defeated by foul. The decision of h/ the referee in final without any appeal. In case the referee has made wrong decision, he can re-decide to correct according to points recording cards.
COUNTING OF THE BOXER FALLING OUT OF THE ROPES When any boxer falls out of the ring, the referee can count immediately. If the boxer falls out of the ring, the Referee will count. If count up to 20, the fallen boxer cannot come up on the ring, he will be lost by KO If the fallen boxer can come up on the ring before counting up to 20, he can continue the fight without losing the points counted. When any boxer falls out of the ring is opposed by the audiences or held up not to go up the ring, the Referee will stop counting and clearly warn and continue counting. When both the boxers fall out of the ring, the Referee will begin counting, if any boxer tries to hold up by any mean, will stop counting and clearly warn the continue counting. If that boxer does not listen, fines him as lost. When the boxers fall on the floor by any mean, the Referee separates the boxers first and stand-in the middle and beginning counting. In case of both boxers are counted, if one can stand up, stop counting that one and counts the still fallen boxer.
JUDGES Three judges must sit at each side of the ring separate from the audiences. Each judge is free in considering points within the rules. The judges must pay attention to both the boxers only. The judges must give points to each boxer in points recording card, after end of each round. Then total up the points after the fight and write the name of the winner with his signature in the points recording card, then give to the Referee. The points announcing will be done only in Championship title contest.
THE TIMEKEEPER The specify duty of the Time-Keeper is to keep time of each round, amount of round, interval time during the round, and stopping time when the Referee gives signal without mistake by following procedures: Must sit on one side of the ring. 5 seconds before each round, must clear the ring by giving signal to let the seconds out of the ring. Giving signal of starting- ending each round by striking the bell. Stopping the time while temporary pause or when the Referee orders. Keeping correct time every period by portable watch or stopwatch. Giving manual signal to the Referee every seconds the Referee counts when the boxer is fallen down. At the end of the round which is not final, if there is a boxer falling or the Referee is counting, when the time fished (3 min.), the bell must not be striked, the striking of bell when the Referee order "BOX" At the end of final round, if there is a fallen boxer and the Referee is counting, when the time finishes (3 min.), the timekeeper must strike the bell immediately.
THE DECISION Must be done according to the following rules: Wins by Knock Out is the contestant falls on the floor or stands holding the rope losing consciousness on the rope, cannot fight or protect himself within 10 seconds, i.e. when the Referee counts up to 10. Wins by Technical Knock Out is as follows:
A. When the opponent is disadvantaged and badly injured and may be more dangerous.B. When any boxer cannot perform his fight, after interval during the rounds.C. Or if the boxer is injured, i.e.
I. When the referee considers the wound not less than 2 cm. (Approximately 3 stitches)II. In case the Referee is not sure, he may consult the stadium doctor. Winning by points. After the fight ends, the Referee collects his own recording card and from the judges at both sides, and decides the boxer who gets most points is the winner. In case both boxers received severe injuries, so that both of them cannot perform the fight, and have agreed to get the results before the fight, if the fight, has been performed not more than half of the specified round, the decision will be draw, if the fight more than half of the specific round, the decision will be according to the points. The winning by the contestant is to be lost, i.e. his opponent does not fight according to the rules so that the Referee decides him to lose the fight with or without any warning before. No decision. When the boxer is decided a "No contest" both or any side, the fight will be declared as "No decision" such as, any boxer has fought with the attempt to lost or both agree with one another or damage to the stadium, the audiences are not in peace so that the fight cannot be continued. If the decision of the decision Committee cause the audiences are not in peace So that the fight cannot be continued the stadium or Chief of technique section decide as a no contest and declared "No Contest"
POINTS GIVING There are 5 points in a round. The best boxer will get full 5 points, and his opponent is reduced by 4 , 4, 3 , 3 accordingly, and not to give points as 4 or 4 . In the draw round, he will get 5 points each. The loser in the not clear round will get 4 points, the winner gets 5 points. The loser in the clear round will get 4 points, the winner will get 5 points. The loser that has clearly seen all the round, with least opposition, fallen down and scramble up again and is counted will get 3 points, the winner gets 5 points. The loser who has done for through the round and is counted twice in one round will get 3 points, the winner gets 5 points. The giving of points will be considered according to the following rules:1. Any boxer uses Muaythai weapons (fist, kick, knee, and elbow) according to the rules, against his opponent more is the winner.2. Any boxer use Muaythai weapons against his opponent severely, clearly, violently, badly injured at most important parts is the winner.
FOUL The fight not according to rules and fouls is as follows: Bite, stab eyes, spit his opponent, stick out the tongue, and strike with head. To embrace or to throw down or lock arms his opponents. Holding the rope or trying to hold the rope for his fight and another benefits. Pretend to fall over his opponent or repeat against his opponent who has been fallen down. Using judo and wrestling styles. Using unsuitable words during the fight. In case the fight is going on and there is embracing, when the Referee orders to stop, but both or one boxer do not do according to his order, let the Referee stops the fight any gives warning, or order to out point. If such fight caused knock out to the contestant or received severe injury, the disobeyed boxer is lost by foul means. Kneeing the protector purposely, i.e. catch the neck & kneeing the protector, kneeing the protector or throwing knee at the protector. (In consideration of the Referee whether purposely or not)
FALLEN DOWN If any part of the body touch the floor except the feet, or standing unconsciously on the rope, or is boxed out of the rope, or standing unconsciously with opened eyes & falling hands with incapable of protect himself, will consider that boxer as being fallen down. In case any boxer is fallen down 1 second, the Referee will begin counting, let his opponent steps back to the farthest corner immediately. If he does not step back as ordered, the Referee must stop counting until that boxer does according to order, then the Referee will continue counting from the previous count. When the fallen boxer stands up and is order to box from the Referee. He then can continue his fight. When any boxer is fallen down, the Referee counts loudly from 1 to 10 with interval of 1 second counting. The Referee must give hand signal also so that the fallen boxer knows that he is counted. Before counting 1, the period from falling to the floor 1 second, then begins counting 1. If the fallen boxer can stand up before the referee counts to 10 and he is ready to fight, then he can continue to fight. But if the Referee has counted up to 10, the fight is finished and decides the fallen boxer lost by "KO" If both the boxers are fallen, the Referee continues counting all the time any boxer still fallen down. If both of them still fallen down up to counting to 10, the decision is a draw, if there is no other agreement. During the Referee is counting, but not yet up to 8, the counted boxer whether ready to fight or not, the referee will continue his count from the counted number. If any boxer cannot perform his fight after the interval has finished, will be counted or not being in the consideration of the Referee.
GIVING OF POINTS TO COUNTED BOXER BY THE REFEREE In any round of the fight, when any boxer is being done by Muaythai weapons (fist, feet, knee, elbow) according to the rules, till he is counted by the Referee, the counted boxer will lost 1 point, by thee counted boxer gets 4 points, the other boxer gets 5 points. ( 5:4 ) If he is counted again for the second time in the same round, the counted boxer gets 3 points, the other boxer gets 5 points. ( 5:3 ) And the boxer who is counted twice in the same round is fallen down again for the third time, the Referee will stop the fight by deciding his opponent wins by Technical Knock Out. In any round of the fight, If the contestants have equal points. When any one is counted by the referee once, the counted boxer gets 4 points, the other boxer gets 5 points. ( 5:4 ) In any round of the fight, any boxer has point more (Before or after counting), the consideration is as follows: The leading point boxer is counted once, will lost point, the counted boxer gets 4 points, the other boxer gets 5 points. ( 5:4 ) The leading point boxer, bit is counted second time in the same round, will lose 1 points, the counted boxer gets 3 points, the other boxer gets 5 points. ( 5:3 ) In any round of the fight, any boxer has 1 point more, (Before of after counting) the consideration is as follows: The leading point boxer is counted once, the result in that round, both the boxers will get 5 points each.( 5:5 ) The leading point boxer is counted twice in the same round, the counted boxer will lose 1 point, the counted boxer gets 4 points, the other boxer gets points. ( 5:4 ) In any round of the fight, any boxer gets point less, (Before of after counting) The consideration is as follows: The lesser point boxer is counted by the Referee once, will lose 1 points, the counted boxer gets 3 points, the other boxer gets 5 points. ( 5:3 ) The lesser point boxer is counted by the Referee for the second time in the same round, the counted boxer gets 3 points, (The lowest points of the fight) is counted by the Referee once, the counted boxer will lose 2 points, the counted boxer gets 3 points, the other boxer gets 5 points. ( 5:3 )
THE HANDS SHAKING There will be hand catching before starting Round 1 and final round. The boxers will catch hands as traditional, to mark that they will fight as sportsmen, with cleanness according to the rules of the fight and not to catch hands during the fight.
THE MEANINGS Any meaning of this rule or any problem arises due to the contestants, even does not mention in this rule, the Referee will decide. Except such problem has been occurred, & Technical Committee of the Lumpinee Stadium has laid down the procedures, to perform according to such procedures.
AenkenAnklet, protecting instep and shin Andap, Ratings Baak, Mouth Bangkok, Capital of Thailand Bat, Block Chaikrong, Floating ribs Champ, Champion Chiang Mai, Provincial capital in the North. Seond largest city in Thailand Chok, Fight Choraked faad haang, Turn kick, literally 'crocodile thrashes its tail' Dadsin, To judge, to decide Daihuachai, Region under the heart, a vital point. Dermpan, A form of betting. Dontree Muay, The music played during a match Dtaa, Eyes Dtaai, To die Dtae, To kick Dtae kao, Knee kick Dtae Tao, Kick with foot Dtae Wiang, Round kick Dtai, Kidneys, a vital point. Dtai Kao, Knee kick from side Dtee, To hit Dtee Mat, To hit with the fist Dtee Sawk, To hit with the elbow Dtoi, To box, boxing Dtoi Lom, Shadow boxing, literally to box with the wind or air. Faad, To thrash, wipe, swipe Faidaeng, The red corner Fainamnerng, The blue corner Gamagan, Referee Gaan Dadsin, Judging Gangkeng Muay, Boxer's trunks Gawn Welaa, Literally before time. "Gawn welaa" bouts, reserved for novices, are held before the program starts. Grajab, Groin guard Grammon Srisa, Top of head, a vital point Grasawb, Bag, punching bag Hua, Head Huajai, Heart Jad, Promote Jamook, Nose Kaa, Leg Kaen, Arm Kai, Camp Kai Muay, Boxing camp Kagangai, Jawbone, a vital point Kamab, Temples, vital points. Kao, Knee Kao Kong, Over-arm knee kick Kao Loy, Jumping knee kick Kao Drong, Frontal knee kick Khuen Kroo, The ceremony during which a teacher accepts a new student. Koo Ek, Main bout on a card, literally the "number one pair". Kradot, Jump Dradot Dtae, Jump kick, Druang Rang Bands worn around biceps Kroo Muay, Boxing teacher Kwaa, Right, to the right Lang Tao, Instep Limpee, Solar Plexus, a vital point Mat, Fist Mat At, Uppercut Mat Drong, Straight punch Mao Mat, "Punch drunk" Mongkon, The headband worn during pre-fight ceremony Muay Acheep, Professional boxing Muay Thai, Thai-style boxing Muay Sakon, International-style boxing Na Kaeng, Shin Nak Muay, Boer Namnak, Weight Na Paang, Forehead Nuam, Gloves Pang-nga, To dodge, evade Paa Pan Mue, Bandages worn under gloves Pee Liang, Seconds Raigaan Muay, Boxing program Ram Muay, Boxing dance, part of the pre-fight ritual Run, Weight category Saai, Left, to the left Sanam Muay, Boxing stadium Sawing, the word comes from the English "swing" Sawk, Elbow Sangwien, Ring Ropes Sawk Chieng, Diagonal Elbow Sawk Hug, Levering Elbow Sawk Klab, Reverse Elbow Sawk Ku, Double Elbow Sawk Sob, Chopping Elbow Sawk Tad, Jab Elbow Sawk Tong, Smashing Down Elbow Taitai, Nap, a vital point Tao, Foot Teep, Push or thrust with the underside of the foot Teep Dan Lang, Foot thrust to the rear Teep Duen Son, Heel push Teep Drong, Straight forward foot push Ting, Throw Tong, Stomach Tong Noi, Lower stomach, a vital point Uppercut, borrowed from English Wai Kroo, Obeisance to the teacher, part of the pre-fight ritual. Wehtee, The ring, a stage Wong, Band Wong Muay, The orchestra that plays during matches Yaeb, Jab, borrowed from English Yaek, Break, used by referee in the ring to separate fighters. Yang gan fan, Mouth guard Yang Sam Kung, Three step dance, part of the Ram Muay Yok, Round Yud, Stop, used by referee
Commonly Used Phrases
Sa wadee, Hello La kon, Goodbye Aroon sa wadee, Good morning Sayan sa wadee, Good evening Ra tree sa wadee, Good night Chan shue, My name is Khob chai mark, Thanks, very much Khob ton rub tharn, You are welcome Tharn sa bi dee rhuee, You are welcome Chan mai khao chai, I don't understand Shuay chan noi doi ma?, Can you help me? Chan ma chark saha rat, I am from the U.S. Tharn wa yarng rai?, How do you say? We la tao rai?, What time is it? Chan ma chark saha rat, I can't speak Thai Chan pood dai tae pasa Anglish, I speak English Prode pood hai sah kwa nee, Please speak more slowly
Basic Numbers 1 through 10
Nueng, One Sorng, Two Sarm, Three See, Four Ha, Five Hok, Six Ched, Seven Paed, Eight Kao, Nine Sib, Ten
Muaythai is the devestating "science of 8 limbs" from Thailand developed over 1000's of years. The exact date of the creation of this fighting art is not known but it is widely believed to be over 2000 years old. Many other martial arts are believed to be this ancient though many of them were only created in the last 100 years (Aikido, Taekwondo, Karate). Muaythai used to be referred to as Pahuyuth (multi-faceted fighting style) a couple of hundred years ago, but muaythai itself is only a part of the whole Thai fighting system that covers weapons and groundwork which many refer to as Ling-Lom, though this is not the correct name for it. Many people do not know about this "no holds barred" of muaythai and there are very few people that can teach it.The Thais are a tribal people and have had to defend their country from many invaders throughout their history. It has been developed year by year passing from teacher to student for as long as the Thais can remember. Muaythai is often referred to as the science of eight limbs as it employs not only punching and kicking techniques but elbows and knees as well.It could be said that Muaythai currently is split into two parts, the ring sport and the martial art. The art side contains many techniques that cannot be performed in a ring with gloves on.
Stadiums in Thailand
About Thai Stadiums
There are many stadiums throughout Thailand. Unlike mnay other countries, in Thailand, the home of muaythai, there are permanent stadiums dedicated to showcasing the sport. Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, has the most stadiums and is where the best fighters fight their way to the very top. Of all the stadiums in Bangkok two others are regarded up all others. These are Lumpinee Stadium (Also spelt Lumpini) and Rajadamnern Stadium (also spelt Ratchadamneorn, amongst other ways). Fighting muaythai is a way of earning a living for many many Thais and Lumpinee and Rajadamnern champions are regarded above all others. The Thai's being a small people do not have as many weight classes as say international boxing at these stadiums. At Lumpinee they have championship titles up to 147lbs, and at Rajadamnern up to 160lbs. Though both stadiums will hold fights at heavier weights.
By Tony MyersThe author, Tony Myers is an experienced referee and Judge as well as an experienced MuayThai coach. He has judged and refereed at national, international and world level, in Britain, Europe and Thailand; this year being selected to referee live on national Thai TV and in front of Thai Royalty in Bangkok. He holds World MuayThai Council (WMC) professional refereeing and judging qualification, an International Federation of MuayThai Amateur (IFMA) amateur refereeing and judging qualification. He also runs refereeing and judging courses, as well as being a senior referee and judge for, the British Thai Boxing Council, the World MuayThai Organisation and Scottish MuayThai Federation. In addition he also referees and judges for some Showsport International events.
List of Bangkok Stadiums
Lumpini Stadium Rama IV Road, Bangkok Tel: (662) 252-8765, 251-4303, 253-7702, 253-7940Fight Nights: Tuesdays and Fridays from 6.30 p.m, Saturday afternoons 5-8 p.m., Saturday nights from 8.30 p.m. Ticket prices: 500, 1,000, 1,500 Baht (ringside)
Ratchadamnoen Stadium Ratchadamnoen Nok Avenue Tel: (662) 281-4205, 280-1684-6Fight Nights: Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Sundays, starting at 6.30 p.m.Ticket Prices: 500, 1,000, 1,500 Baht (ringside); special discount on Sunday nights