Rise to Dynamite Naksoo (Dynamite Warrior)

Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee prides itself on the team’s saying “One Club, Many Strengths!” meaning team work makes the dream work.



Committed to traditional and competition Muay Thai, ring craft, technicality and fine tuning of the fight family’s individual skills whilst retaining a distinct and recognisable trait amongst all of  the fighters of Kru Dennis of Dynamite Muay Thai’s fighting wing of the club, ‘Sor. Nak Dee’ or Dynamite Warrior.


Proving to the newer generation of members and students wishing to become competitors or members simply looking for that edge that the training provides. The methods may be extreme in some cases and quite tame in others though through and through all the ideals are trialled, tested and constantly evolving to enhance the mark of excellence for the ones that progress through to become a Sor. Nak Dee fighter eventually going on to represent the gym, the City, the state and most cases the country on the international Dynamite Muay Thai event  held across Indonesia, Malaysia and now Australia from 2016.


99.9% of  Dynamite Sor. Nak Dee’s fight team have been trained from zero to fight prep in-house with no previous knowledge or experience. Beginning usually with a series of in-house competition experience held internally for ‘Dynamite members only’ concreting skills sets and diminishing fear of the ring as early as 3 months post joining the club. From here the fighter will learn teamwork, camaraderie and proven basics, effective for competitive Muay Thai fighting.


Named ‘DYNAFITE’ This competition is held approximately every 2-3 months for experience and whilst great for building confidence in and out of the ring, Kru Dennis and Dynamite Muay Thai utilise this as a talent search and an invitation to represent Team Sor. Nak Dee. 


In other words Dynamite’s Dynafite was created to better prepare the Sor. Nak Dee up and comers for the ugly side prior to the bright lights and loud cheering crowds. We are talking grass roots to a new extreme. Starting with a fight regimen, minimum 6 kilogram final week weight cut and to compete modified Muay Thai rules 3 x 1.5 minute rounds, 3 x 2 minute rounds, 5 x 2 minute rounds and 4 man/4 women eliminator tournaments.


For the newer fighters who’ve yet to step into a real fight promotion, the novice will use shin pads, for the amateur contenders, no shin pads and or 5 x 2 minute rounds of hard sparring to make it as real as possible.




Fight photos to come, stay tuned…