What happened to Ramon Dekkers?

What happened to Ramon Dekkers?

Muay Thai kickboxing legend Ramon (The Diamond) Dekkers died at the age of 43 in his native Netherlands Wednesday. Dutch newspaper BN DeStem was first to report the news. According to reports, Dekkers died after having a heart attack while riding a bicycle.

Who is the best fighter in Thailand?

Thailand’s 10 Most Legendary Muay Thai Fighters

  • Samart Payakaroon. A Muay Thai legend, Samart’s prowess in the ring saw him win 4 Lumpinee belts as well as becoming a WBC world boxing champion.
  • Dieselnoi Chor Thanasukarn.
  • Saenchai.
  • Tongchai Tor Silachai.
  • Sagat Petchyindee.
  • Pud Pad Noy Worawoot.
  • Somrak Kamsing.
  • Apidej Sit-Hirun.

What countries are best at Muay Thai?

Top 10 Countries In WMO Muay Thai World Rankings

  • The WMO (World Muaythai Organisations) is an Internationally renowned amateur, pro-am and professional Muay Thai sanctioning body.
  • #1 THAILAND (300+)
  • #2 UNITED KINGDOM (33)
  • See the latest on Fight Record YouTube.
  • #3 AUSTRALIA (18)
  • #4 FRANCE (17)
  • #5 USA (11)

What happened to Shawn Tompkins?

An autopsy conducted Monday revealed popular Canadian mixed-martial-arts trainer Shawn Tompkins died of a heart attack.

Is Dutch kickboxing good for MMA?

Dutch Kickboxing is known for it’s aggressive style. The benefit of this approach in utilising Dutch Kickboxing for MMA is that it encourages the fighters not to overload with power and focus more on technique, application and movement.

Where is Muay Thai most popular?

Muay Thai, or Thai boxing, is the most famous form of boxing in Thailand and the country’s national sport. Muay Thai is slowly trickling into Western rings as well, with its popularity becoming too great for the sport to remain solely in Thailand.

Why are Dutch kickboxers so good?

Because they go harder than usual during training and sparring sessions, this makes Dutch kickboxers some of the more calloused martial artists in the world. Also, as opposed to Thai boxers, who work a variety of drills on the pads with their trainers, Dutch kickboxers often repeat the same drills over and over again.