Fighters

Episode 34 – Kevin Ross

In this episode we speak with none other than “The Soul Assassin” & “El Presidente” Kevin Ross! He is a man that needs no introduction. A true American Muay Thai Legend, Kevin Ross has faced the best of the best, and win, lose, or draw always brings an exciting fight. He is a fan favorite for reasons that go beyond fighting. He is simply an passionate, inspirational athlete. In this episode we discuss the Lion Fight controversy surrounding Tiffany Van Soest, his recent WMC Intercontinental win over Leandro Duarte, his recent signing for Bellator Kickboxing, the pressure of being considered “America’s Best Muay Thai Fighter”, and much. much, more! Enjoy!

Episode 32 – Asa Ten Pow

In this episode of The Striking Corner we speak with upcoming Muay Thai star Asa Ten Pow. Asa has had over 50+ fights in Muay Thai, Sanshou/Sanda, Kickboxing, MMA, and Boxing. He has won titles for the IKF, TBA, and has represented for Team USA at the IFMA Muay Thai World Cup in Banhkok. On February 26th, 2016 he makes his long awaited pro debut at Lion Fight 28. We have seen this kid competing since he was 13 or 14. Vinny and I reminisce about our old days in Kung Fu, Sanshou, and how excited we are to see Asa having so much success in the ring. Keep an eye on this kid. He is another upcoming talent in the North American Muay Thai scene!

Episode 30 – Ashley Nichols

In this episode of The Striking Corner we speak with Ashley “AK-47” Nichols. Professional Canadian Muay Thai Fighter and pride of the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, Ashley will be facing off with Tiffany Van Soest at Lion Fight 27 on Friday, January 29th for the vacant Super Bantamweight Lion Fight title. We speak with Ashley about her journey in Muay Thai, her accomplishments in Muay Thai, K1, BJJ, and other disciplines, as well as what we can expect to see when she stands face to face with the always explosive Tiffany Van Soest.

In addition Ashley discusses her desire to represent not only Canadian and Women’s Muay Thai but to be an example for the First Nations people, the aboriginal people of Canada. Ashley is without a doubt a disciplined, skillful, and extremely driven women, and it was a pleasure talking to her and learning more about her story. We hope you enjoy her story as much as we did.

Also as on a side note, during the portion of the podcast where Ashley was thanking her coaches, teammates, and sponsors, she forgot to mention one of her biggest sponsors, Ring Royalty Supply Co. so she wanted us to make sure we mentioned how grateful she is for all of their support. Check out their site for top quality Muay Thai gear and apparel.

Episode 29 – Justin Greskiewicz Pt. 2

As promised here is Part 2 of our interview with Stay Fly Muay Thai’s, Justin Greskiewicz! In this episode of The Striking Corner we continue our conversation with Justin and we discuss the scary injury he suffered during the Muay Thai in America show a few years back, his fight to get the promoter to help cover the cost of his recovery, and we also talk about his upcoming bout with Ky Hollenbeck at Lion Fight 29! Check it out!

Episode 28 – Justin Greskiewicz Pt. 1

In this episode of The Striking Corner we speak with none other than Philadelphia based Muay Thai fighter and head coach at Stay Fly Muay Thai, Justin Greskiewicz. Justin is a fun guy to talk to and someone a lot of people respect because he has never backed down from a fight. We have a few laughs, talk about who he has fought, the origin of Stay Fly, and Vinny and I also discuss Muay Thai, Vinny’s disdain for the UFC, and other fun stuff. We could talk for hours with Justin and he will definitely be a repeat guest on the show. This podcast ran longer than we wanted so we divided it in two parts. Here is the first part and you catch the second part next Tuesday, January 12th!

Episode 25 – Victor Saravia

In this episode of The Striking Corner we discuss the hot topic of what exactly is keeping our beloved sports of Muay Thai and Kickboxing from growing in America and we sit down with a very exciting, young and upcoming fighter from California, Victor Saravia.

Victor’s drive, desire, and focus on becoming one of the best in the sport is evident in the way Victor speaks and carries himself. Honestly, he is that rare breed of athlete that is so ultra focused on his goals that, as an observer, you feel just as confident in his ultimate success, as he does.

This young man is destined for some truly great things in the sport. If you haven’t heard of or seen Victor fight, here is your chance to get to know him and meet him. Trust us when we say that he will be household name in this sport very very soon.