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cody stevens
 #26 
Hello,
       My name is Cody Stevens I am a fighter from Mansfield,Ohio.  I have just currently won the NAAFS featherweight title (amatuer).  I will be making my pro debute on Feb.16.  I am 9-1 as a amatuer.  I currently train with JP Pocock.  He is the one who told me of tigermuaythai, he has nothing but good things to say about the camp and people involved.  Im wanting to come out and train for a few months because I know it would greatly improve my mma game. Looking forward to hearing back from u guys!

"its not how hard u hit, its how hard u can get hit and keep moving forward." 

Will
 #27 
Sawasdee Cody,

Please contact magicalray@aol.com (our head MMA coach) and he can give you details on what training in MMA program details and availability of having MMA / Muay Thai fights here in Thailand.

If you train with J.P. I know you are a serious fighter. J.P. is an excellent coach and good friend of mine. He will be back here after the Arnold's and looking forward to seeing his mug again.

I really think training 2 X per day with Ray Elbe will improve your fight game both through advancing your cardio conditioning and practical fighting techniques.

Contact Ray and we will work out your arrival and training.

Tell J.P. I am looking forward to seeing him again.

Cheers

Will

Saohin
 #28 
Sawadee Krup,Khun Cory.  
How aer you?Good work in Las Vegas at Master Toddy Gym.Work on 2 Year long time.I thinking about Tiger Muay Thai.Saohin.

Eohmcee
 #29 
Hello, I'm a Nineteen year old 140 pound 6 foot male from around Detroit, MI, USA.  I would like more than anything to become a professional MMA fighter. Unfortunatly I'm not even an am. fighter yet. I train hard every other day for many hours. I would like any help I can get to get into the sport. I have seen many fights on T.V. and love muay thai. I would do anything, and I'd love to join your camp even if it meant going to thailand. Is there anything you can do for me, or any advice you can give.
                                                                              Respect and Admiration,
                                                                           Eohmcee.


Eohmcee
 #30 
Hello, I'm a Nineteen year old 140 pound 6 foot male from around Detroit, MI, USA.  I would like more than anything to become a professional MMA fighter. Unfortunatly I'm not even an am. fighter yet. I train hard every other day for many hours. I would like any help I can get to get into the sport. I have seen many fights on T.V. and love muay thai. I would do anything, and I'd love to join your camp even if it meant going to thailand. Is there anything you can do for me, or any advice you can give.
                                                                              Respect and Admiration,
                                                                           Eohmcee.


stoits
 #31 
hey if someone comes over with say a good knowlege of standup and ground experience and trains hard daily and you get him fights-how much could you generally be excepted to be paid? so more or less what is the process fight in thailand then move up?
brian ebersole
 #32 
 Ray.  I'd love to hear from some of these keen boys, as I have opportunity in Perth, West Australia for athletes.  If Thailand isn't suitable/possible, feel free to contact me through email about opp. here in Australia.

The sport is growing, in Thailand and Australia alike .  Both have great striking reputations (Oz has very high level thai fighters/trainers), and many of the fighters are inexperienced. Great place for a "beginner" to begin competition--and again, the training at Tiger MT, and here in Australia are tops.

Again, not trying to hijack the thread.  But any opportuity/information for these guys is all positive.  Hard to break into the game when you aren't sure how to throw yourself in, or whether you really want to.

Interesting, and fruitful lifestyle boys.  Not always financially, but it's the journey that matters.

Cheers,
Brian Ebersole
Magicalray
 #33 
I look forward to expanding Tiger Muay Thai into Australia's market

Brian feel free to contact me with any other possible fight opportunities and I'll help you fill a few fight cards with some international talent.

Magicalray@aol.com

Good luck against Wade, he is training hard...and I have no doubt you will be a tough fight for him. 

See you soon, winner has to buy the loser a beer at the afterparty

Ray

sherwin
 #34 
Hey guys at TMT and Ray. It's me, Sherwin. You might remember me as the one who dislocated his shoulder after grappling with Hutch at Lordz of Pain about 3 weeks back.
After checking out the website, I think you've got an awesome thing going on here and I'd really love to train with you guys. The only question burning at the back of my mind now is, let's say I go over to Phuket, and yes I train, and live in the bungalows and work hard and stuff. Without a job, how will I be able to go about earning the necessary income that I need to finance my stint over there?

Oh, and I've got two scenarios in mind. 1)I'm planning to come down maybe sometime in November when I complete my service in the Army and 2)Training there full time if that's possible.

TMT
 #35 
Sawasdee,

We are always looking for young and hungry fighters. If yu can get to Thailand, we'll do everything we can to help you train and compete in fights. We can help with discount accommodations and training and help get you fights to make $.

Contact me at info@tigermuaythai.com

Chok Dee Krup

Will

magicalray
 #36 
Sherwin

You would fit in so good with the group of guys I currently got training here!!!

If you were serious about staying long term~~~>there are lots of local gyms looking for personal fitness instructors...I'm sure you could find work in one of  those locations.

Fighting is a good second income~~~~>but if you could hussle and build some clients...I think you could make decent money personal training on the side.

Magicalray@aol.com



michael hubbard
 #37 

i am a street fighter wanting to train mma!if raw meat is what you want its me youre looking for!polish off the skills with some tiger muay thai sounds good!

TMT
 #38 
Sawasdee Mike,

You are welcome to come over and train with us and hone your "street fighting skills" into a MMA and Muay Thai style warrior. We love guys with guts and BIG hearts.
Please contact me at info@tigermuaythai.com for more info.

Look forward to having you train with us.

Cheers

TMT

richie whitson
 #39 
hello ray, will. I will be defending my x1 belt some time around november and am looking to come to thailand as soon as mid september. after that fight i would love to find a way to stay in thailand and fight for $$$. i hope to hear from you soon.
Jonny
 #40 
Sweet, will be great to see you again Richie! Good luck for your fight.
matt vela
 #41 
Im a fighter mostly mma i have toocken  muay Thai before im willing to learn and do anything to be a better fighter i have nothing to lose
Stephen Bailey
 #42 
Hello i am currently a mma fighter in my country and i am always opened to new types of training how much is the camp an for me to accommodate myself I'm only 19 years of age but Ive showed that i have alot of heart and skill in the cage. can you send on all the information needed to my email address thanks.

hopefully talk soon

Christopher stella
 #43 
Hey Ray, (magic man? oh magical one? mr magic?).. ill be seeing you in 2 weeks and was wondering if there will be any special seminars or guests for the 60 days ill be there.. i think i read mike swick will be coming. but i figured asking you would be easier
ray
 #44 
Swick is scheduled to arrive in Jan...hopefully he will be doing a seminar the day before our Nevertap tournament.

Muhsin Corbbrey should be here in Dec and will do a seminar as well.

Tony
 #45 
Hey Ray and TMT, my name is Tony and i've had a few amateur fights in muay thai.
Though my young age, i'm 18, I know for sure i'm willing to do whatever it takes to become a pro mma fighter.
I was planning to stay for around 6 months or more, you guys have any ideas of how to make a few extra $ if i would go short on money at the camp? thanks in advance. / tony
David Casey
 #46 
Hi my name is David, I'm 18, I am an aspiring mixed martial artist. I have trained a little in muay thai and I love it so far. Though I have recently moved and no longer have anywhere to train. I need to start training again asap. My only problem would be financial, so it would be a few months, but I would love to train at Tiger Muay Thai. I have all the heart and determination it takes, I love the sport and want to learn more about it. Thanks, get back to me when you can.

-David
hansi leroux
 #47 
looking for MMA and MTHAI fighters to participate in events in South Africa

55-60kg
60-65kg
65-70kg
70-75kg
75-80kh
80-90kg
90kg and up

international exposure and good $$$ guarenteed
Magicalray@aol.com
 #48 
hansi please email me details.
 
magicalray@aol.com
Lance Boyd
 #49 
I have been a MMA fighter for years now and I would like to travel around the world to fight in other countries. I fought in Jan and i won by knock out in the first round. I have another fight on Sep 26. If anyone can get ahold of me about fighting in another country let me know. Thanks.


p.s. hansi leroux let me know about what the conditions are for fighting with you. thanks.

Thomas Rzanca
 #50 
I want to come there and train even harder to fight and im ready im 5'6" 145lbs
i wrestled in high school i fought 4 mma fights already im just a born fighter and
always ready to train and learn more

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