Muay Thai BlogCast journey – The who’s who of Muay Thai!
The Muay Thai BlogCast journey has been an interesting one thus far and it is always pushing forward to get the best possible guests for the people to listen to. The First guest on the Muay Thai BlogCast and inspiration for the pursuit of the Muay Thai BlogCast is MAX Muay Thai commentator and author of The Boxer’s Soliloquy, Matt Lucas. I was incredibly nervous for this one and really didn’t have a clue what I was doing.
Matt Lucas’ Podcast: http://www.muaythaiblogcast.muaythaiblog.co.uk/e/muay-thai-blogcast-001-matt-lucas/
I still don’t have a clue what I’m doing really but the more I do them, the easier it will become and the more natural it will feel. My next guest after Matt, was Liam Harrison. Liam Harrison is known as one of the best Muay Thai practitioners in the UK and probably one of the best pound for pound fighters outside of Thailand. It was a huge honour to spend some time with Liam Harrison and get to know a little bit more about him and his experiences in Muay Thai.
Next guest on the Muay Thai BlogCast Journey was Paul ‘The Reaper’ Banasiak. Followed shortly by Sean Fagan. These two guys, for me are a huge inspiration. They are the reason I do what I do. Listening to Sean’s Muay Thai Guy podcast and hear it evolve into what is now The Muay Thai Guys podcast was is something that I can only aspire to achieve with the Muay Thai BlogCast journey that I decided to embark on. Being able to speak to these two guys, is truly humbling for me and is really a sign of what is to come with the Muay Thai BlogCast.
Paul Banasiak’s Podcast: http://www.muaythaiblogcast.muaythaiblog.co.uk/e/muay-thai-blogcast-003-paul-the-reaper-banasiak/
I have two more guests prepped and ready to go, the first is Chris ‘Crom’ Romulo, a New York based ex-professional fighter who has had his fair share of hard times, he also recently released a book called ‘The Champions Uprising’ which is a memoir that tells the story of his development through life and overcoming the challenges that were presented along the way. This interview is going to be a fantastic addition to the Muay Thai BlogCast journey.
The next guest on the Muay Thai BlogCast is going to be another corker! When this one was arranged I was super excited at the thought of having this guy on. When I began to do my research, it quickly became apparent that this guy truly was a Muay Thai veteran. Matthew Deane is the owner of Khongsitta gym in Bangkok, he was the MC and presenter for Thai Fight and is now working with Super Muay Thai alongside his acting career. We talk about Muay Thai in Thailand, the development of the sport to engage the common fan and also who, out of his Muay Thai fighting friends has he seen in the biggest mess after some alcohol intoxication.
If you have missed out on the episodes that have been released so far, you can keep up to date with the episodes that are published by heading to the Muay Thai BlogCast page on the Muay Thai Blog website. You can find the Muay Thai BlogCast on the iTunes store or in the podcast app by following the below link or by downloading the podbean app and listening on there too!
Thank you for all the continued support and if there is anyone else you would like to see then let me know. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know!