Female Fighter

Prepping for the World Stage

Day Three; Dynamite Muay Thai Fighter, Team Australia Fighter and all round talented athlete Zia Seua Sor. Nak Dee 9 has commenced final preparation and weight cutting ahead of the weigh-in next week for the World Muaythai Organisation’s World Martial Arts Games.







Zia will be representing not just Dynamite Muay Thai and her comrades of Sor. Nak Dee 9, she is representing on the world stage what Muay Thai of Melbourne looks like under the national team banner, WMO Team Australia.



Zia is not new to fighting under such pressure and prestige. Zia is also a current, active fighting member of the WAKO Team Australia senior team. Previously the winner of NAKSOO MUAYTHAI – Asia Fight Tour female 4 women eliminator to represent Australia in Malaysia and then onto to win that eliminator.





Zia then being invited by the Indonesian armed forces (TNI) Ret.General to fight in the prestigious ASIAN Muay Federation ‘President’s World Championship’ in Jakarta, INDONESIA that same year. Zia went on to winning all her 48kg division tournaments under Team Australia. With no losses in all her international appearances prior to the WAKO World Championships – Bosnia, where she was met first round with a very experienced world champion who would later win the tournament.





Under Dynamite Muay Thai’s training, and the tutelage and guidance from Kru Dennis, Zia has had a steady fight career still in its infancy, spanning on and off for only four years competing in Muay Thai, and now K1 rules.




When Zia has a moment, preferably after this week of fights we will catch up with her for a few words regarding the “Dynamite Fight Life.”







“Zia is not always trying to make herself heard or making herself stand out. In fact she is the opposite. Personally I’ve come across it all and the most important thing is she’s always there! She is the first to arrive, the last to leave, she is definitely always the hungriest, hardest worker and the most generous helper with her time. When someone is in fight camp, the weeks, the days, the seconds are crucial. To still put her gym, her teammates and her trainers above herself is not a common trait. This level of awareness has to be disciplined in.” – Kru Dennis – Dynamite Head Coach.









“You see with Zia, she already had that trait, which is not something you find in a lot of fighters. Fighters are hungry and it’s quite easy to forget about everyone around you if you’re the only one in your gym fighting. I am fortunate to have a gym full of fighters which are separated into a tier system but train together as one. Not all started with Zia’s traits haha but the majority understand the culture of Dynamite Muay Thai and it’s the reason we do so well.” - Kru Dennis – Dynamite Head Coach.







Let’s send our Dynamite fighter all the positive vibes and wish both Zia, Kru Dennis and Team Australia success for this next fight and then a speedy recover and regroup for the followingt fight in Amsterdam in just over ten days.





 Stay Tuned for the first draw of Zia’s division…






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Dynamite TKO win in round 2

From strength to strength! What a superb way to finish the year. Melbourne inner city Muay Thai gym, Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee showcasing their style and charisma in the ring with many Sor. Nak Dee fighters making their unforgettable debut leaving their individual mark in the 2016 Muay Thai Victorian scene.





The Dynamite Mauy Thai Sor. Nak Dee style to the untrained eye may just look like a gym that is doing well on the local and international fight scene, little do outsiders know what goes on beneath the secrecy and preparation of the Dynamite Sor. Nak Dee fight family.





Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee fighter left takes the stunning 2nd round TKO win via knee to the nose





“Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee Fighter Nat ‘The Texas Rattlesnake’ Sor. Nak Dee happens to be one fo the hardest working fighters ive been lucky enough to teach, inspire and motivate. By early morning she’s up and taking the morning class at our city based gym, then off to work for a few hours followed by university and then back at training around 5:30pm all the way until 10pm and then goes home to prepare her meals for the next day.” Kru Dennis





“Being a fighter by no means is a simple task of just rolling up to training and hitting pads. The regimen for the fighters at Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee is brutal” Sonya B.





Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee’s Nat is studying law so the gruelling hours in training, work, holding pads as well as hitting them, she still has to attend university and find time to study.

Year of the debut at Dynamite

At 45Kg, Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee fighter Nicole ‘Blackness’ Sor. Nak Dee is the smallest of her Dynamite fight family and at 150cm tall she had nothing intimidating about her size.. But her power packed frame went on to deliver a world of hurt for her opponent.





‘Blackness’ made her debut on the Melbourne promotion WARRIORS WAY card to fight a close quarter battle against a girl 3 weight divisions above her weight category.







Nicole fought in the female 50kg division just to be able to secure her 2016 debut alongside many of her Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee fight family who jumped at the opportunity to get in the ring before year end. With under 10 months training at Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee and having absolutely no previous knowledge of the sport Nicole made the transition quite smoothly from training once per week in the first few months of training to being a die hard Muay Thai fanatic training upto 6 sessions per week and making her professional fight debut without even entering any grass roots level competition.








Nicole went on to showcase some brilliant Muay Thai technique, very distinct in the Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee fight style with her fluency in the clinching, catching and dumping of her noticeably larger opponent.







Outside of Dynamite Muay Thai, Nicole ‘Blackness’ Sor Nak Dee is a dental apprentice so fight training, work and general training could be balanced with a fight nutritionist to suited her with her flexible hours and intensive training schedule. Who said dreams don’t come true..


All Dynamite fighters professionally made weight

All Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee fighters professionally made weight and on point with the help of nutritional specialists in combat and competitive sports, ONE FIGHT.




Nicole ‘Blackness’ Sor. Nak Dee will give 5 kilograms up to her opponent at the Warriors Way event fight due to the lack of opponents at this category. Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee fighter Nicole being the smallest of the Sor. Nak Dee fight team would normally fight at 44.8kg – 46kg at either FTR or Mod.







At only 9 months of training, Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee fighter Nicole (Blue corner) is stepping into professional level competition on the main stage. This is a regular occurrence at Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee by choice of the fighter due to the high level of technical training.



Dynamite Head Coach Kru Dennis Sor. Nak Dee believes Nicole is skilled enough and strong enough to step up to fight this time at two divisions above her weight category.





Fighter number two of Melbourne’s premier Muay Thai fight gym, Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee fighter Michael ‘The Croatian Sensation’ Sor. Nak Dee at 75Kg will take on a last minute fight against a more experienced fighter in FTR as the last two opponents had to pull out leading up to this fight.





Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee fighter Michael ‘The Croatian Sensation’ Sor. Nak Dee (Blue corner) shaping up to opponent at the weigh in press conference of Warriors Way Melbourne



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Kru Dennis off to Hong Kong

Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee’s Head Coach Kru Dennis Sor. Nak Dee will fly off to Hong Kong in support for the ATMA’s first Muay Thai event held in New territory, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong this weekend.






Often at times Dynamite Muay Thai’s Head Coach Kru Dennis will have to wear many types of hats in the industry of Muay Thai. Not only is he the Head Coach and owner of Dynamite Muay Thai he commands the well respected Sor. Nak Dee fight team along from grass roots level all the way up to international level pro with 99.9% of his team trained solely out of Melbourne based Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee with majority of the fighters having no prior knowledge or experience in Muay Thai or any other martial arts.





Kru Dennis is also one half the promotions Dynamite NAKSOO Muay Thai Fight Series and Dynamite NAKSOO Female Fight Tour which he shares the role with Coach Lily as the promoter for these events in Indonesia, Malaysia and now Melbourne, Australia.







“When we travel which is quite often, it may be to set up some fights for our next Dynamite NAKSOO event, but it is also to talent scout and search for Muay Thai fighters coming up the ranks who might need that extra push in terms of sponsorship or recruitment. We love to share our dream with fighters who have the same passion but are struggling to find fights or to get recognition for example the female Muay Thai fighters who rarely have the option to travel and showcase. We also head out to help and assist training fighters in South East Asia at various camps hoping to provide support for the future champions”.

Weigh-ins done!

Dynamite Muay Thai will make its debut in the Prestige Fight Series this weekend at Geelong with Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee Fighter Nat ‘The Texas Rattlesnake’ Sor. Nak Dee jumping in last minute 3 categories above her weight to take on a more experienced fighter.





Melbourne CBD’s Dynamite Muay Thai will showcase Nat who would normally fight at 52kg to step up and challenge herself at 57kg of 3×2 Muay Thai action this weekend.



Dynamite Muay Thai HQ Sor. Nak Dee Fight Team Coach Liily, Nat, Zia, Kru Dennis



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Like a BOSS!

Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee’s, Zia Sor. Nak Dee walked out, went under the ropes and performed the Dynamite Sor. Nak Dee Fight Family Wai Kru Ram Muay to pay respects and to set the scene for what could be fight of the night by many. Zia come away too technical, too strong and too hungry to take the fight out of her opponent.



Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee Fighter Zia Seua (pictured left with arm raised)  representing Melbourne CBD winning via all judges scoring Unanimous Points Decision


Zia came off with a strong convincing victory over three rounds of concise Muay Chess. Zia started strong with technical sweeps and lots of elbows.



 Steeped in tradition authenticity Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee fighter Zia having the scared Mongkok (Muay Thai Head dress) placed on by Kru Dennis after entering under the ropes. Zia Sor. Nak Dee will perform a ritual Muay Thai dance (Wai Kru Ram Muay) paying respects prior to going to war with her opponent




Strong all round fight game from Dynamite Muay Thai Sor. Nak Dee Fighter Zia with a barrage of combinations, sweeps, dumps, plenty of clinching and elbows



Playing the Muay Thai kicking game in round 3


Waiting for the footage still but great technical display of clinching, elbows, sweeps, dumps and footwork for a UPD Unanimous Points Decision win from all three judges.






Zia Sor. Nak Dee is prepping for a fight in Malaysia on the 12th of March but still at the confirmation stage of negotiations.