Frequent question: How do you win the first fight in Muay Thai?

How do I win my first fight?

STRATEGY FOR YOUR FIRST FIGHT!

  1. Touch Him. This is the most important part of the first round. …
  2. Box Him. Unless he’s wide open for your right hands, don’t go in there trying to knock him out. …
  3. Breathe. …
  4. Sit Down On Your Punches. …
  5. Follow Up With More Punches. …
  6. Move After the Last Shot. …
  7. Defend the Mirror Side. …
  8. Automatic Combinations.

Should I fight in Muay Thai?

So can you train Muay Thai without fighting? You can train Muay Thai without Sparring as it is usually optional and you still improve your self-defense in case you ever need to use your Muay Thai in a real situation. However, I still recommend Sparring, as Sparring should always be light and playful.

How long should you train before a fight?

Firstly, it is recommended between seven to 10 days before your fight, you are to reduce your workout. If you don’t, it will be very difficult for your body to heal up and recover. The first thing you will like to do is to reduce the intensity of training and stop sparring around 7 to 10 days before your fight.

How do Muay Thai fighters fight?

If you’ve ever watched a Muay Thai match, whether live or on TV, it would be easy to confirm this. You’ll see both fighters striking one another alternately or simultaneously. They’ll fight toe-to-toe and pound each other with kicks, elbows, knees, and punches. They also get sweep and thrown to the canvas.

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How is a Muay Thai fight scored?

Each round is scored with a total of 10 points, which is accumulated for the total of 5 rounds to equal 50 points, unlike boxing where it’s scored in individual rounds. Points are scored according to clean strikes; punches, kicks, elbows, knees and sweeps.

What is illegal in Muay Thai?

“STRAIGHT 12-6” Dropping or Spiking Downward Elbows (Where the fist is ABOVE the Elbow on Impact) are Illegal and NOT ALLOWED! No strikes are allowed to the Groin, Knees or Spine.