Bangkok Fight Lab provides quality instruction for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Muay Thai, MMA and Boxing, from world-class instructors in its fantastic facilities.
Morgan began training under 7th degree red/black belt Master Pedro Sauer in 1995 at age 15. He received all his belts under Master Sauer, his black belt in October 2015 (lineage: Helio Gracie – Rickson Gracie – Pedro Sauer), and is the only Pedro Sauer certified Gracie Jiu-Jitsu black belt in Asia. In 2005, Morgan graduated from University of Utah and moved to Thailand to teach BJJ in 2006 as one of the earliest instructors in the Bangkok BJJ scene. He teaches both traditional Gracie Jiu-Jitsu self-defense and modern sport Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
An experienced fighter and coach from the USA, our Head MMA and Boxing coach Luke leads a dynamic pro team and plenty of great amateur fighters as well as hobbyists in mixed classes.
Kru Thep is an active competitor still fighting in Muay Thai and also Western boxing. He has 272 Muay Thai fights under his belt with 200 wins, 70 losses and 2 draws. He started training at age 9 in the Eastern province of Ubon Ratchathani. He is the Max Muay Thai reigning champion at 55kg (121lbs) and also the WPMF (World Professional Muay Thai Federation) current champion. In boxing he has recently had title fights for the WBA, WBC and IBF. He trains hard and has a very classic style of fighting. We are proud to have him represent Bangkok Fight Lab in his continuing combat sporting career.
39 year old Kru Nam, full name Pornpirum Nimma, Muay Thai name Bitpom Lougchowpawpaklong, started Muay Thai at age 15. He has fought 60 times, with 42 wins and 18 losses. A humble, happy coach who has a great understanding of the different needs of his students. He teaches classic Muay Thai techniques and training methods but makes every class fun, perhaps putting a little less pressure on his students than our other trainers.
Thien started training BJJ in the UK with the Gracie Barra team at The University of Nottingham and received his blue belt from Ben Poppleton. He also trained with Braulio Estima in Birmingham and after two years in Nottingham, he then had the chance to train with the London Shootfighters team, which helped him develop wrestling and No-Gi skills. He then joined Carlson Gracie London and was awarded his purple belt by Wilson Junior. In 2008, he returned to Bangkok and continued his study of BJJ receiving his brown belt from Lee Livingstone and recently his black belt from Professor Pedro Sauer.