Honour Muay Thai was started for the love of Muay Thai which shall carry on by giving the opportunity to fighters from around the world to enjoy this sport.
Ajarn Nuey has had more than 200 fights under his belt.
Ajarn Super Boy has had more than 300 fights in his records.
Ajarn Pepsi has had more than 170 fights under his belt and is still fighting actively.
from Thailand, November 2018
"Excellent training in a familiarly environment "
I've never done muay Thai, just kickboxing back home. Howard and his team shown and explained me everything patiently. Very important for me was the fact, that they treat you like one of them - part of the family. That meant much for me and was the reason I felt very well there!
Can highly recommend this gym with the best Thai dishes and great trainers.
from Thailand, October 2018
"What a week!"
These guys were awesome. You don’t just train with them, you are invited to be part of their family. The itinerary is extreme but they adjust it to suit you. I was a complete novice, they could undoubtedly see it but I felt like they helped me make incredible progress and they really built me up. If Carlsberg made Muay Thai training camps...
from Australia, October 2018
My son and i were trained in a tailored fashion, as neither of us had any experience with Muay Thai. It was a sensible approach to maximise the benefit. Meals and accommodation were terrific! Great experience and thoroughly recommend Honour Muay Thai.
David William Barnes United Kingdom
Attended a charity boxing event with 6 amateur fights on the card. These lads had trained hard and were supported by family and friends. There was a big difference in quality but a lot of money was raised for worthy charity causes. The set up was excellent with a constant flow of liquid refreshment. The referees and judges were of a high standard and got all the major decisions right. Well done the organizers on a thoroughly good nights entertainment.