Muay Thai fights are fought in many different countries with different rules depending on which country the fight is in and under what organization the fights are arranged. In basic fight rules, Muay Thai fights have no more than 5 rounds, with each round of the fight lasting 3 minutes. During fights, fighters wear gloves and shorts. It is not allowed to wear a shirt or shoes in a fight. A Mongkol is worn before a fight for the Wai Khru, a ritual to pay homage to ancestral teachers of the thai combat sport, the mongkol is to be removed for fights. Fights can be fought with different rules, such as k1 or full muay thai. In k1 you can only fight using punches, kicks and knees but no elbows, whereas full muay thai allows all of those fight techniques.
Highlights K1 Rules Muay Thai Ergun vs. Wagner
Fight Night IKBO World Title Match
Tekin Ergun defended his IKBO World Title against Geoffrey Wagner at the Grand Casino Baden Fight Night in September 2011. The Muay Thai fight was fought under K1 rules and included some great kicks and punches.Watch highlights of this spectacular fight between the French Muay Thai fighter Geoffrey Wagner and the Swiss Muay Thai fighter Tekin Ergun from Diamond Gym in Basel. Ergun was wearing red gloves and his opponent Wagner, fighting for Steeve Valente Gym was wearing the blue. This fight was the main event of this Fight Night which included many great Muay Thai fights. Highlights of every fight can be found on MyFightTV.com. Ergun was the clear winner of this fight and therefore won the World IKBO Middleweight Title. IKBO stands for International Kick Boxing Organisation.
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