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Old 06-02-2012, 08:48 PM   #16
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เคลียร์กันไม่จบ ต้องจบแบบเจ็บๆ บัวขาว ป.ประมุข ประกาศเลิกชกมวย กลางที่ประชุม หลังจากไม่บรรลุเรื่องรายได้กับ ค่าย ป.ประมุข โดยขอยุติอาชีพพ่อค้ากำปั้น ผันตัวไปปั้นนักมวยในค่ายบัญชาเมฆ และสอนมวยต่างชาติแทน ด้าน กำนันแก๊ รับหายเครียด แต่เสียดายที่ทุกอย่างต้อง

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Clear is not finished. I have a sore head and Buakaw Por announced termination date. Central to the meeting. After camp, I did not realize income on the head by a merchant settlement fist. Boxer turned to sculpture in the camp, commanded the clouds. He taught the village chief and the foreign gas, but unfortunately I get lost every need.

Some languages it works better than others...
Nutty translation.

This must be form a personal post cos it feels very much more like it's spoken than written alot of meaning is inferred.

Here is roughly what it says with a bit of tidying:

"The dispute has not been cleared up and the meeting ended very badly. At the end of the meeting Buakaw decided to resign as a boxer. Buakaw and Pramuk couldn't agree on financial terms so Buakaw decided to break all ties with Por Pramuk gym and move on to become a trainer at Benchamek gym where he will train Thai and foreign fighters. Kaman Gae Pramuk (Rojanatan) said he doesn’t care about the situation anymore, it doesn’t worry him but he is unhappy that things have ended (this way).

Actually Yaca my written and reading Thai is pretty elementary, however I can speak and understand pretty fluently. My beautiful wife is the written translator, she reads it to me in Thai and I translate it onto paper in English, we gotta system! It's good cos I understand all the commentary when I'm watching a fight I just can't really read the Thai Thai boxing mags that well, but I'm improving.

So if you need anything translated let me know no problem. If it's oral I can do it myself pretty quick but if it's written it may take longer as my missus will do it.
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A shame but it's for the best.
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Old 08-04-2012, 06:17 AM   #18
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Thailand's MT poster boyand ATG is free to get his MT life back to normal.

He's just built a new branch of his Banchamek gym in BKK nad signed a new deal with Top King. He's putting the gym to good use currently training hard for his bout against Abdoul Toure in the upcoming Thai Fight Extreme in Leicester, the U.K.

Here's some photos of him in the new gym taking by Rob Cox of Muay Thai Focus nad here's the original story form his site:

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Old 08-04-2012, 06:41 AM   #19
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It's good to here things turned out ok for Buakaw.

I was just reading this buakaw interview a few hours ago: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
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Old 08-04-2012, 09:05 AM   #20
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It's good to here things turned out ok for Buakaw.

I was just reading this buakaw interview a few hours ago: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
Thanks for the interview Yaca. He really is a an with chhoices all of a sudden. We may yet see some great bouts out of him. It's interesting about the MMA thing, I don't think any of us really though he would do it. I guess the Hong Kong MMA grroup that signed him just did it to get some quick publicity and aquick payday for Buakaw.

And about his own gym:

"We have had some foreigners come to train already, but we are not really a hundred per cent ready or sure about training foreigners fully yet."


Although I think it's more to do with not being fully up n running and the rustic conditons in the Surin and BKK gym that aren't for all farang, I think that's a good move to not really go in for trainng too many forigners. He should be very very very selective and only take in quality fighters otherwise the gym will become a circus and lose what gives fighters the edge like what has a happened to other big bloated Thai gyms.

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Old 08-18-2012, 09:54 AM   #21
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Here's Buakaw's come back on top form after all the recent problems. It was a 2 round blasting of Frenchman Toure Abdou on last night's Thai Fight bill inthe UK.

The future still looks bright for the great white lotus!

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Singmanee, Saiyok, Sudsakorn all looked very classy with wins on the card.

(Commantary by Samart!)
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