Better for what? Both are Martial Arts. Both of them require a lot of practice to build up the skills and abilities to do properly. Most people will agree that Muay Thai practitioners are more effective in their ability to destroy an opponent.
Kick Boxing:alowed kicking and punching and no attacking below the belt
Muay Thai: Anything goes
We have to say Muay Thai Boran : It means the orginally Muay Thai. Muay Thai and originally Muay Thai is different with how to boxing. Muay Thai Boran is so old more than 500 years.
Both Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and Muay Thai have their own unique qualities and benefits.
Muay Thai culture is going rich in Sydney, Australia. However there are no of Muay Thai Gyms in Sydney. You can visit & analyze the following. If you like it than its upon you that which one you select. 1) SRG Thai Boxing Gym, Sydeny 2) VT1 Gym Sydney 3) Taipan Sydney You can select at your own after full analysis about the facilities & faculty they offer. That's why I've only mention their names, you can find their adresses by browsing their names.
No, Team Davis has the only real Muay Thai instructors the rest all no good.
Muay Thai kickboxing tends to focus on areas other than the knees and may be your best bet, if you really want to take up kick boxing. It is likely a better idea to simply take up regular boxing, as this takes focus away from the legs completely.
other than muay thai i dont know
Going by the series of human weapons ep:pradal serey pradal serey is considered to be more brurtal than thai boxing since they make more use of the elbow techniques other differences there most be some basic differences as same art cannot have two different names
Yes Mexico's Boxing Is better.
mauy thai is a man and women, although women intend to be better at mauy thai than men!
The question of one art being better than another art is ALWAYS a matter of opinion based on individual likes, dislikes, and preferences. As to the successful application of one method or another in real-life self defense, it depends greatly on the level of skill and development of the practitioner, as well as the quality of instruction more than the art itself.
Muay Thai Ziquor: I disagree and say Jiu-Jitsu - without a doubt. In mixed martial arts where hundreds of different fighting styles are used - anywhere from boxing to wrestling to kickboxing - Jiu-Jitsu has by far the highest win percentage. When fights occur that include a Jiu-Jitsu fighter - the Jiu-Jitsu style wins greater than 82% of the time. For reference Muay Thai fighters win 60% of their fights and Judo style fighters win 58% of their fights. I agree with the guy above me Brazilian jiu jitsu is an excellent fighting style that has a great self defence so if you were to work on one Jiu jitsu is the way to go.
1. Karate 2. Taekwondo 3. Judo 4. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu 5. Greco-Roman Wrestling 6. Freestyle Wrestling 7. Krav Maga 8. Kendo 9. Boxing 10. Savate 11. Silat 12. Eskrima 13. Muay Thai 14. Kung Fu 15. Sambo 16. Pankration as you can see, there are more than seven