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Kombat Group Thailand, based in Pattaya, Thailand, offers training in Muay Thai, Western Boxing, Krav Maga, Mixed Martial Arts, and Brazilian Jiujitsu.
Christian Daghio made his debut as a professional fighter in 1993 and by the year 2000, he became a pro Muay Thai European champion and became a pro Muay Thai world champion the next year. By 2002, Christian became the first Italian to fight and won at the famous Lumpini And in Bangkok. In the next year, he became a Muay Thai Boxing Champion at the Thepprasit And in Pattaya and also became the first Italian to fight at the King's Cup of Thailand in Bangkok. Currently a professional athlete in Thailand, he is the founder of Pattaya Kombat Group. He will be present in every training session.
Yai is a trainer for professional fighters and in advanced Western Boxing. His record includes 180 fights. He won the title of Champion of Chonburi Province.
Poo is a trainer for professional boxers and striking teacher for MMA. His record includes 250 fights, of which he won 237. He won two titles: Champion of South Thailand and Champion of Rayong Province.
Yut’s specialty is training for beginners. He has a record of 180 matches with 150 won. He has gained the following titles: Champion channel 7; n.1 channel 3; and Champion of Chonburi province.
Wao trains in bag work, is a striking trainer for Krav Maga, and a sparring partner. He currently fights in Thailand and in Max Muay Thai Circuit. His record includes 210 fights (150 won, 50 lost, and 10 draw).
Tee is a trainer for professional boxers, a clinch partner for MMA fighters, and a sparring partner. He currently fights in Thailand and in Max Muay Thai Circuit. His record includes 150 fights (110 won and 40 lost).
Joe is currently fighting in Western Boxing. His records in the amateur league is 44 fights, of which he won 30 and lost only 14. In the professional circuit, he has had 12 fights, winning half, and losing 3.
from Thailand, October 2020
I liked everything about it: Good trainers, nice staff, nice compound. Joel, the trainer for western boxing really has an eye on your technique and motivates you to keep going even if you´re tired and exhausted; and even though we trained so often, he mixed up things and always came up with different ways of practicing the skills. Two thumbs up! Apart from that, everything is very clean and very well maintained (the gym is cleaned 3 times a day!)
from United States, August 2017
"An Amazing Vacation Training in Muy Thai & BJJ"
I loved everything so much that I extended my stay from 7 to 10 days. The staff and facilities are amazing. The attention to detail was great and I learned so much during my time. Plus Thailand is an amazing country.