Dynamite Muay Thai USA

Team USA fighting hard!

Remi Paul Sing (Lion) fought over the weekend on the FightForce Promotion “Worlds Collide” semi main event card.

Team USA walk out during "Worlds Collide" in Melbourne

American born fighter hailing out of Long Island, New York Remi Represents Team USA fighting out of Dynamite Muay Thai USA and Militia MMA under the tutelage of the shows main event fighter Cyrus Washington. Remi will be here in Melbourne, Australia coached by Kru Dennis of Dynamite Muay Thai Melbourne Team Sor. Nak Dee.

Remi’s head coach Cyrus accepted the challenge to fight local champion Tim Antonio under F1 rules in Melbbourne Australia.

F1 is the new label for K1 or Modified Kickboxing to allow single arm clinch and knees as opposed to Muay Thai, F1 does not allow full clinch, elbow strikes catches or any sweeps or dumps so basically striking rules used in famed promotion giant GLORY.

Remi went in Thai style during his fight, meaning very composed tactical and feeling out his opponent. With solid kicks and great circling ability he went toe to toe against his heavy hitting opponent who was able to trade enormous blows on each other.


Training Team USA

Team USA will make their way down under to debut on FightForce Promotions “WORLDS COLLIDE this coming Friday the 16th of May at the Mathew Flinders Hotel.

Dynamite Muay Thai Melbourne Team Sor. Nak Dee host Team USA against Australia at Worlds Collide in Melbourne

The much anticipated fight will see Team Australia take on two of the USA’s East Coast heavy hitters.

Remi Paul Sing the American 20 fight Muay Thai vet training under the tutelage of Cyrus Washington of Dynamite Muay Thai USA and Militia MMA will take on Tim Antonio as the semi main event.

Yokkao Fight Team sponsored fighter Cyrus Washington, WMF American national champion, WBC American Champion multiple WMC champion, the man they call “Black Dynamite” with over 90+ fights experience having fought the biggest names such as Nieky Holzken, Buakaw etc will take on Current Pacific Champion Les Clarke on the Main Event for the IKBF World Champion belt