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TSC presents “Profiles in American Muay Thai” Vol. 2 – Kevin Ross

NOTE: With the release of our recent podcast with Kevin Ross on March 22nd, 2016, we decided to bring this article back to the front page as it is a great complement to the podcast because it gives fans a more in depth look into Kevin’s start in Muay Thai and the obstacles he had to overcome to get where he is. The podcast can be found here: Ordering Valium

Kevin “The Soul Assassin” Ross – Article by Galen Okazaki

In•spi•ra•tion. According to Webster’s it means: “the action or power of moving the intellect or emotions”. Many of our greatest individual accomplishments are fueled by inspiration. We find inspiration in the stories of others overcoming great odds, achieving great things or in rare cases…. both.


In December of 2010, I had the opportunity to photograph my first headline Muay Thai fight card. In the main event, American nakmuay Kevin Ross defeated 7 time world champ, Malaipet Sasiprapa by unanimous decision. This victory over a celebrated Thai fighter would propel Kevin to the forefront of American Muay Thai (in February of 2011 he would be voted North America’s 2010 Fighter of the Year). A few weeks after photographing this event, I received a “friend request” on Facebook from someone named “Huggy Bear”. Hmmm…after taking a look at his page and some of the pictures on it, I finally realized that “Huggy Bear” was none other than Kevin “the Soul Assassin” Ross, silly me! After watching this hard hitting, tatted up bad ass fighter, I didn’t make the connection to ahem…“Huggy Bear”. And so went my simple introduction to someone who would fascinate and inspire me as I got to know his story.

Born in Reading, Pennsylvania on July 27, 1980, the main thing that Kevin Ross remembers about growing up was the constant moving. Sometimes the family would stay in one place for just a couple of months and move on. Not the son of military parents, there was really no discernible reason for the constant moving, it just seemed to be the norm for this family. The one other thing he remembered about his childhood was his constant dream of one day becoming a fighter.

Valium Rx OnlineFinally in 1994, Kevin and his family settled in the city that he continues to call home today, Las Vegas. Kevin soon found himself running with a circle of friends whose primary goal in life was to party. His teen years were a fog, spent partying. Throughout this time Kevin grew close to one friend in particular, Moe. In time, Moe became the only one that Kevin shared his dream of being a fighter with. With his encouragement, Kevin visited Master Toddy’s gym to look into Muay Thai training. But the cost and the commitment it would take at the time were too much, so it was back to the partying life. Throughout their friendship, Moe was dealing with health issues. He needed a heart transplant and had been on the list for a heart transplant for a number of years. Sadly, Moe later passed away while in a hospital in California. The shock of Moe’s death sent Kevin into depression and a downward spiral of addiction. The spiral would last for four long years.

In 2003, a series of traumatic events would be the impetus for Kevin to turn his life around. First, one of his partying friends struck an oncoming car while driving under the influence and on the wrong side of the road. The driver of the other car was seriously injured. Shortly after that, another friend from the same circle put himself through his car windshield, almost killing himself while also driving under the influence. And then finally, while driving home after another round of partying, Kevin was pulled over for driving 120 mph in an emergency lane. He was stopped just a few feet from entrance of his neighborhood and for reasons he still doesn’t understand to this day, the officer did not arrest him and let him continue the short distance home. The combination of these three events in such a short period of time served as a huge wake-up call.

What finally turned Kevin’s life around for good was a talk he had with his father. While hanging out one night with Gina (Carano), his stepmother and his father, Kevin finally told his dad about his dream of becoming a fighter. When his father asked him what was stopping him, Kevin told him about the cost. After hearing all of this, Kevin’s father offered him a deal, he told him that if Kevin were to give up drinking, he would pay for it all. At that moment Kevin’s father pointed to the drink in Kevin’s hand and asked, “how about that one?”. Kevin poured out the drink and the deal was struck. He stopped drinking cold turkey, went back to Master Toddy’s gym the very next day, and started training in Muay Thai.

It wasn’t as simple as that though, four years of chemical addiction had taken a serious physical toll and there were still the withdrawals to deal with. It was a struggle and Kevin’s mettle would be tested to the core. Two things helped Kevin get through this period: his unwavering dream of becoming a fighter and the memory of his friend Moe, who dealt with the health issues that would ultimately take his life with dignity and who believed in Kevin’s dream of becoming a fighter.

After nine months of training, Kevin’s dream was finally realized, he had his first fight. It took place in Salt Lake City, Utah. Unfortunately, the opponent Kevin was supposed to fight didn’t show up and the only other available opponent was 20 pounds heavier and had already had 30 fights. No one would have blamed Kevin for not taking the fight but there was never a question in his mind, he took the fight. He lost when his corner threw in the towel. But in taking on this opponent, he had shown a trait that has now become his signature and most talked about characteristic,…he would never back down from a fight.

Kevin doesn’t recall losing another amateur fight after that but being a fighter was still a struggle. During this time Kevin ended up living in the gym…literally. He did this for three years. Having nowhere else to go, he lived in a makeshift living space and even then it was difficult to make ends meet. This was a true test of how badly he wanted to be a fighter. When people would tell him he should get a “real” job he knew that it was something he could not do and he never wavered.

When I asked him where this motivation, this unwillingness to give up and find a “real” job came from, his answer was a simple one. “If you are going to do something that truly means something to you, then you do it for all you’re worth and you strive to be the best you can be at it or you don’t do it at all“. This singular devotion to his dream would be demonstrated in many ways over the coming years.

There are other reasons for a fighter to give up, pain is one of them. There are many moments in a fighter’s career where his brain will tell him it’s time to stop during a fight or even training. As Kevin describes it, it’s a self preservation thing. You can see it taking over when a fighter takes a little longer to get up after a knock down, just long enough to get counted out. While Kevin has certainly experienced the desire to stop the pain himself many times throughout his career, he has never once succumbed to it.

There was one fight in particular where Kevin recalls his brain telling him to throw in the towel. It was his August 30, 2008 rematch with Kang En for the WBC Super Light Weight International title. Hurt very badly in the first round, Kevin was able to gather himself and went on to knock Kang out to regain his title.

More recently at Lion Fight Promotion’s inaugural “Battle in the Desert” event on February 12, 2011, Kevin took on a very tough Sittisak Por Sirichai. After taking a number of elbows to the head, Kevin’s face was a bloody mess and at times he was seeing three Sittisaks. When the ringside physician stopped to look at Kevin mid-round, Kevin of course told him everything was fine. The doctor told him that if it was anyone else he probably would have stopped the fight, but after seeing a number of Kevin’s fights, this doctor knew that Kevin could still fight on. Kevin went on to lose the fight in a split decision, but it was obvious to everyone who was there, that he was a warrior nonpareil.

This was just another example of Kevin’s drive to be the best he can be at his chosen profession. It is the reason why he continues to take on tough opponents, he knows it is the only way he can grow and push himself as a fighter. Kevin has never been interested in what affect an opponent might have on his win-loss record. It has always been about what affect the opponent has on his own growth as a fighter. Still not convinced?

Buy Ardin DiazepamIn what many consider the seminal event in American Muay Thai, Kevin took on someone who is considered by many to be the best pound for pound Muay Thai fighter in the world, Saenchai Sinibimuaythai, at Stand-Up Promotion’s M-One Grand Muay Thai Championships on August 14, 2011. Kevin took a beating in rounds 2 and 3 but as is his style, he never stopped pressing the fight and actually looked to be the fresher fighter by the end of round five. Kevin ended up losing a majority decision, but left no doubt that he belonged in the same ring with the Thai legend.

So how does someone like Kevin Ross follow-up a performance like this? He takes on Sakkedao Petchpayathai at M-One Grand, this October 21st in Los Angeles CA. Sakkedao is currently the Lumpinee Stadium champion at 135 lbs and oh yeah, he also happens to be the only person to have recently defeated Saenchai.

As Kevin and I first talked about doing this story, he told me that his life is all about inspiring others to follow their dreams. Today, just eight short years after starting his career as a Muay Thai fighter, Kevin is living his own dream. The more I learned about Kevin, the more I knew that I had to tell his story. What he has overcome and achieved in this short period of time is the stuff of greatness. It has inspired me and no doubt it has inspired others. When I mentioned to Joe Schilling (who will be fighting for the WBC Super Middleweight World title on the same October 21st M-one Grand fight card as Kevin) that I would be writing an article about Kevin he told me that Kevin was the fighter that he aspired to be. I can think of no better testament to what Kevin has accomplished.

On his fan page Kevin Ross delivers this message: “People often sacrifice pursuing their dreams because they are worried about being poor or unstable. But no amount of money will ever make you happy and all you will do is live your life in regret. If you’re not living or pursuing your dream right now, stop what you’re doing and go after it.” As you come to know his story you realize that there is no better example of this message than the person delivering it. Be inspired!

Editor’s Note: Aside from being an accomplished fighter, Kevin is also a talented artist. In the gallery below you will find the photographs used in this article, taken by Muay Thai is Life’s Galen Okazaki (who also happened to have written this article) and some samples of Kevin’s artistic work, which we also feel you should see.



TSC Presents “Profiles in American Muay Thai” Vol. 11 – Gaston Bolaños

There’s a particular story that tends to reincarnate itself at different gyms all over the world. It almost always starts with a ridiculous description of a guy who thinks he’s the next Bruce Lee. It’s a relatively close-minded individual that has a distinct idea that he already knows everything he needs to know. The ego on this fellow is huge, he’s usually belted in some sort of traditional martial art, and he’s typically impossible to teach. These guys come in on sparring days with big unrealistic dreams of their current selves as being the prodigal son of martial arts without ever having actually learned anything about realistic fighting. As they start to spar it becomes quickly apparent that they have something to prove and don’t understand the etiquette of combat sports. They spar too hard and they swiftly become a negative presence in the learning process for everyone else. At this point, most gyms either just kick the person out, or they have a particular member of the fight team they like to call on in these circumstances to teach some humility.

This is how a 16-year old, Gastón Bolaños earned the nickname he still carries today at 23, “The Dream Killer”

The Dream Killer started training at the F-14 School of Champions in Lima, Peru when he was around 10 years old. Immediately feeling his own talent, he jumped into full training and took a couple junior amateur fights in his home country. At 13, he and his and father moved to California and surrounded themselves with extended family and found by coincidence, that Fairtex Mountain View was right around the corner. Gastón immediately started back with his training under the experienced eyes of trainers Jongsanan Fairtex and Kirian Fitzgibbons. Fitzgibbons, who would later become the full-time trainer of Gastón, had only been in the same room with The Dream Killer a couple of times at this point. It wasn’t until the 2008 IFMA World Championships in Busan, South Korea, that he actually got a chance to witness the heart and grit of the young fighter and decided to take him on as his student full time.

After the IFMA’s, Gastón decided his best chance to make something out of his love for Muay Thai was to move to Dublin and become a full time fighter at Combat Sports Academy under Kirian. However, he was a minor and needed a legal guardian to finish high school and his father was set on moving back to Peru. That’s when Kirian took him in as one of his own. Fitzgibbons became his legal guardian so Gastón could finish out high school and started the extraordinary trainer/fighter relationship they still share today.

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As an amateur, Gastón had almost 30 sanctioned fights going 23-3 with 1 draw and various smoker fights that he doesn’t include in his record. When he was still just 15, they had run through all of the juniors in the area. They had to lie about his age so he could continue to get experience until he turned 18. He was fighting grown men before he even hit his second growth spurt. On one occasion, as Gastón recalled on the phone, he was fighting in an amateur modified rules Muay Thai fight at the 6-Flags theme park in California with a 30-something year old man who apparently trained predominantly in MMA. The man, who was losing at the time, picked Gastón up in his frustration and slammed him down as if they were in the cage in an illegal throw that badly injured The Dream Killer’s arm. Gastón thought he’d broken his collarbone. When he returned to the corner he told Kirian that he couldn’t move his left arm and Kirian responded, “Shut up, you’re going to get DQ’d, just knock him out with your right”. Gastón responded promptly by knocking out the 30-something year old MMA man with a straight right cross and a smile. My jaw dropped even further when he told me he had a fight scheduled for two weeks later and he didn’t drop out. Instead, he trained in a sling and just focused on using the right side of his body. Right there in that moment it became apparent to me what Kirian saw in him at the IFMA’s in 2008. He went on to fight two weeks later to a badly decided draw in his opponent’s hometown and found out after that he had a grade II separation in his shoulder.

After he ran out of opponents again, it became clear it was time to go pro.

Bolaños met Brian Del Rosario at Lion Fight 14 for his pro debut and proved he was ready for the big leagues in dramatic fashion. The fight ended with a huge spinning back elbow that landed on the face of Del Rosario, opening a cut that stopped the fight by TKO. Bolaños thanked his trainer and his team and took his win with a huge smile and a humble attitude as he moved onto his next training camp.

Since then he’s had 7 professional bouts and some incredible patterns have already started to emerge. The first one and probably the most obvious is what Kevin Ross and rest of the team at CSA like to call the “Hellbow” or the spinning back elbow.

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The spinning back-elbow is an impressive strike to land in any way, but it’s also a technique that less experienced fighters are inclined to be excited about because it’s flashy. This leads most of these inexperienced fighters to have no set-ups or intelligent uses for the strike at all, they really just wing it and hope it lands.

What makes Gastón’s spinning back-elbow so impressive is that it’s used cerebrally. It’s professional, it’s used technically and he makes this obvious by how many different situations he can use it in. Coming forward, he uses the overhand to set up the spin for the elbow. He interlaces the two strikes together so his opponents never know if the overhand is coming to the face or its being used to peel the defense away, which makes them ripe for the elbow. If the elbow misses he can simply keep spinning with another overhand or straight right and use the momentum he’s created for an impressive display of dominance in combination. With the powerful forward momentum, sometimes he lands inside the clinch. As we can see when he KO’d Caleb Archer, he quickly gets inside, frames the clinch with bicep control and immediately explodes into a vicious spinning elbow that ends the fight.

He can also use it moving backward as a counter. This is probably the most impressive use of the strike because it requires expert level timing and composure when an opponent is being the aggressor. In his fifth professional fight he met the veteran, Ben Yelle, who had over 8 times the experience. The Spinning-Elbowlaños caught Ben as he came in with his 1-2 combination in perfect timing right over the top of his straight right hand. The elbow made Ben Yelle do the stanky leg and opened up a huge cut that stopped the fight by TKO.

LF27-29The spinning back elbow isn’t the only pattern that’s emerged. If I had to classify The Dream Killer in any category of fighter I would place him among the great fighters who fight with a rhythm. As he pushes forward on his opponents, there are stretches of time within his offense that he almost appears to be dancing. As if you placed a single bass beat on each of his shots that land in sequence, they would sound like a DJ mixing a beat. In his zone, he appears to be fully connected to everything around him. His fakes and feints are sewn-in seamlessly with the punching combinations and the powerful leg kicks that make up his arsenal and without which, wouldn’t make the spinning back elbow so dangerous. He mixes up his offense so often that it seems impossible to find a stretch of video where he throws the same string of combos in the same round. He’s unpredictable, fast, creative and technical and he always seems to leave his opponent’s blood on the canvas.

Gastón Bolaños AKA The Dream Killer, AKA The Spinning- Elbowlaños is a WMC South American Champion as a professional, and as an amateur he was a 2x US champion and a Junior World Champion.

His current record is 7-1 as a professional after a terribly decided split decision loss against Khronpet Phetrachapet at Lion Fight 27. He credits his team and his sponsors for his accomplishments so far in the sport. He made it a point to tell me how grateful he is for his coach, Kirian Fitzgibbons, and his training partners like Kevin Ross, Ky Hollenbeck, Gina Carano, Diego Llamas and the rest of the fight team at CSA in Dublin, California for creating such a family atmosphere.

The sponsors that give us the great pleasure of seeing an athlete like Gastón perform are Action Pro Gear, Out Of The Cave for his meal prep, Nutrishop in Dublin, and for the best shorts in the game, Muay Thai Addict.

He also asked me to add a big thank you to Lion Fight for facilitating so many of his fights and giving him the platform he needs to excel.

(EDITOR’S NOTE: Since the writing of this article the IKF has officially overturned Gaston Bolaños split decision loss versus Khronphet Phetrachapet. Therefore, Gaston still retains a perfect record of 8-0. Also, we must add that Gaston did not ask for the bout to be overturned and had nothing to do with that decision as he took the loss with class and never complained about the outcome of the fight. It was the IKF that independently decided to look into the judging of the fight and decided to overturn the decision. )