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Khunsuk ready to face dangerous American Charles Johnson


Khunuek Tor Langu has rapidly become one of Max Muaythai's biggest names, ei]with strong performances in all his recent fights. Now he has the chance to put an end to the win streak of another strong performer, America's Charles Johnson. Both meet in the main event on this Sunday the 7th of October's Max Muaythai Ultimate show.

Khunsuek is a strong technical fighter with a high Muaythai IQ, along with a strong, determined clinch and knee game and is on a strong run of wins against some of max Muaythai's biggest names, including stoppage wins over Luke Barr from Wales and Saensab Sor Ponpimon. Cartlkes Johnson is also on a strong run of wins and is ready to put himself to the test against one of Max Muaythai's current stars, training out of Sitjaopho gym in Hua Hin under the watchful eye of Petchtor Sitjaopho, Charles has been getting stronger every fight. The Max Muaythai promotions team are confident this will be a main event not to be missed as Charles steps up to face his biggest test to date.


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Focus on Fighting and Family: American Charles Johnson Takes Nothing for Granted
American Muay Thai fighter Charles Johnson will be fighting Buanguen Kaisansukgym in the main event of the Max Muay Thai Ultimate show on Sunday, December 16, 2018. Johnson has been fighting for Max Muay Thai for the past two years, steadily climbing the ranks in the 70 kilogram division. Johnson currently trains and fights out of Sitjaopho Gym in Hua Hin. But his start in Muay Thai began in Houston, Texas. In between training, the American juggled a 12-hour work shift with being a father and husband. But he knew if he wanted to fully realize his potential as a fighter he’d have to do something few others do: up sticks and move to Thailand--with a family. After making the big decision with his wife, Johnson left his well-paying job, home, extended family, and friends to live and fight in Thailand, a country he and his family had never even visited before. "I promised myself that once I was given the opportunity to do so, that I would give everything I have to make it work and never take my time out here for granted,” Johnson said. For some Western fighters, with all the distractions that Thailand has to offer, it’s easy to take training in Thailand for granted. Johnson, though, was never one for partying and drinking, and with his family alongside him he stays even more motivated. "[With] the sacrifices that my wife made to come out here with me and having my kids away from their family, everyday I feel obligated to give 100%,” Johnson said. “So even on days I want to stay in bed, deep down I feel as though I owe it to them to get up and make it happen.” This Sunday, Johnson has yet another chance to make it happen, to further realize his dream and potential of becoming the best version of himself. You can watch Johnson fight live on the Max Muay Thai Facebook page or YouTube channel. Or you can download the Max Muay Thai app for iOS or Android.
For Max Muay Thai Fighter Samuel Gough, Fighting is the End of Term
Mahidol University is one of Thailand’s most prestigious schools. Located on the West end of Bangkok, students enroll in Mahidol to learn mostly about medicine and health. But getting into and staying at the university requires passing rigorous entrance exams and keeping up with challenging tests at the end of each term. Just a stone’s throw away from Mahidol is Kiatphontip Gym. Students enroll there for a different kind of course: a course in the art of fighting Muay Thai. And one of those students is Samuel Gough. Fighting for me is a way to end the training camp,” Gough said. “It’s like a test at the end of the term. You get to put into practice all you’ve been working on the past few weeks.” Gough, who comes from England, fights regularly on the Sunday night Max Muay Thai show. Among the sea of Thai and Western faces, it’s hard to miss the Englishman. At 192 centimeters he’s usually the tallest boxer in the locker room. And he uses his height to his advantage. In seven out of ten of Gough’s wins at Max, he’s stopped his opponents mostly by KO or TKO from within the clinch. His knees and elbows are a thing to witness. So it comes as no surprise that Gough spends a lot of time training in the clinch, sometimes rotating between multiple training partners. Gough’s next end-of-term test comes this Sunday, December 9th, against Tijl Van Heijningen of the Netherlands. You can watch Gough fight live on the Max Muay Thai Facebook page or YouTube channel. Or you can download the Max Muay Thai app for iOS or Android.
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