I remember when I started Muay Thai Blog as ‘Muay Thai Blog UK’ and I would be buzzing from finishing training down at Northern Kings and I would write my blog post on the train home. Trickling my thought down on paper for the world to see, hoping that even one or two people might read my ramblings. Oh things have changed. I can’t quite believe what has been achieved with Muay Thai Blog since launching the new website exactly a year ago today.
Muay Thai Blog soon grew into something that I am super proud of and I will continue working on it and pushing it to achieve great things. Over the past year, I have worked with some of the biggest names in Muay Thai, Fabio Pinca, Neiky Holzken, Liam Harrison, Jordan Watson, Dakota Ditcheva, Reece McAllister and many more. Everyday I am forever grateful for the opportunities that Muay Thai has given me.
It’s strange how your perspective on things change as you grow as a person and as you learn the art of whatever it is that you have decided to pursue in your life. A lot has happened for me in my personal life recently but two things have been consistent within that; my family and Muay Thai (blog). I have rebranded and made MTBUK into a place that people can come and gain knowledge about the Art of 8 Limbs and grow as a Nak Muay.
But “The Hustle Never Stops’ (my new tagline/slogan ;)) and Muay Thai Blog is now venturing in to a whole new realm. I once attempted beginning a podcast and I failed. I went away, reassessed the situation over a period of time and came back with the answer. Muay Thai BlogCast. I have only had two guests on so far and they have been fantastic. They have opened something up that draws the excitement to the forefront of what I do and have motivated me to carry on pushing to achieve what I could only dream of achieving. The next two guests are stupendous (like seriously awesome!!) and would love to be able to tell you but… I can’t… Yet.
I have a good feeling about the podcast as it is a perfect outlet for fighters, bloggers, gym owners and people form every walk of life to come on and tell their story, let a wider audience know about them and
what they are about as a person. It also let’s me do the things that I love to do; talking to and getting to know new and exciting people. I have also recently passed my driving test (wahoo!) so now I can do what I have wanted to do for a very long time, to visit gyms and interview fighters, do some filming there and get the names of the local and national talent known.
Muay Thai Blog has a huge audience now, which is why I don’t want anyone to miss out on an announcement that is made or exclusive content that is available to you, which is why I have created the Muay Thai Blog Newsletter that will be coming out once a month as an update to you on what has happened in the world of Muay Thai Blog and any announcements that have been made too.
If you would like to be signed up on the mailing list, you can right here, that means you won’t miss out on anything that we have going on! There would be so much to tell and I could rant on all day, but I just wanted to thank you for continuing to support me in my venture and continue motivating me to keep pushing Muay Thai Blog further and further. I may have to begin doing these a bit more regularly. It is good to sometimes have a bit of a rant about what excites me and let the people know what Muay Thai Blog have been up to.
I am always open to feedback and to talk to people so if you would like to you can drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and say hi! Let me know what your thoughts are on the things I am doing, or if you would like to see a guest on the podcast, or just generally to say hello. Until then, I bid you farewell… I’m about to do an interview with someone who is huge in the word of Muay Thai blogging so I will leave you with this. The Reaper Cometh… Again.