If you’re looking for a trainer, the shirtless selfie is a sure sign that the individual in question should be avoided.
The following was the basis for a discussion on the ABC FM Radio National ‘Life Matters’ segment.
If you google Wim Hof, Wikipedia will tell you that he is a Dutch daredevil, famous for feats of seemingly supernatural endurance.
Ben Edwards is a beast. After making a significant impression on international heavyweight boxing and kickboxing, he is poised to make an elephantine splash at the deep end of the swimming pool of MMA. He fights Absolute MMA stalwart Jeremy Joiner this Friday night in Canberra on Monaro Fight Circuit 26
Many people would argue, myself included, that Thai boxing is a tall person’s sport.
Judd Reid says, “At the end of the day, your best kick is the leg kick. It’s very painful, easy to land and it stops your opponent moving. The less they move, the easier they are to hit.”
International Kickboxer Magazine, Volume 16, Number 3
Australian Heavyweight Jarrod Boyle lives in Breda, Holland, where he trains out of the world-renowned Golden Glory Gym, home to such champions as Semmy Schilt, Errol Zimmerman, Gokhan Saki and Stefan Leko. In the following story, Jarrod takes us inside a typical Dutch ‘A Class’ training session.
You’ve been quiet. What have you been up to since you lost the Oz Heavyweight boxing title to Peter Graham?
International Kickboxer Magazine, March/April 2016
Glory 26 was held on December the fourth of last year in Amsterdam, the unofficial capital of European kickboxing. The two biggest draw-cards of the event were respective world champions at both welterweight and superheavyweight; Nieky Holzken and Rico Verhoeven.