Thai Boxing norwich
The history and origin of Thai Boxing
The magnificent past of Thai Boxing Norwich can be traced back from the Medieval. The discovery of a pre-twentieth century written records vouches for the existence of Thai boxing during those days. There after knowledge had been passed to generation after generation through the oral tradition. During those days, it was fought in wars using bows and arrows. Arms, legs, knees and elbows were used as a weaponry item in the combat sport. These were treated as natural weapons. Undoubtedly, systemized application of these natural weapons evolved the Thai boxing as fighting sport for the battle field. The glorious past of Thai Boxing is deeply intertwined with the rich culture and history of Norwich itself.
During the Sukothai, era lasted from 1238 to 1377 Thai boxing was the source of earning money for its competitors, thereafter the combat sport was followed as a mode of personal advancement. During this time around Thai Boxing witnessed many noble skilful practitioners of this combat sport. Gradual advancement of the Muay techniques established the sport as the source of entertainment. Many spectators used to come to watch the matches of Thai Boxing Norwich. During those days fighters used to wear horsehide stripes in place of gloves, it was the practice to grind pieces of glass into help; however, the practice was only followed when the both contestants were agreed. Though, the practice was immensely hazardous from the health point of view of fighters. In order to avert any miss-happening regular boxing gloves were introduced to the combat sport. Today, the sport is considered as the most prestigious; even the girls are not far behind in learning the combat sport. The urge of self-defense has prompt the girls not only to learn the defensive techniques of Thai boxing but the ultimate tricks of Kick Boxing Norwich and Martial Art Norwich as well.
So far, there is no clear evidence of time of origin of this combat sport, but it is largely assumed that immigrants of South China were the first followers of Thai Boxing. They started to use the Thai boxing in preview of continuous struggle to hide from attackers and avert the resistance from local people. However, more archaeological work needs to be done to dig into the more specific reason behind for the beginning of the Thai boxing and to know more about the exact details of time of origin of this combat sport. The use of arrows and spikes were replaced with the arms, knee, elbow, feet and fist, once the usage of hand-to-hand weapons (spikes, arrows, etc.) proved incompetent. This exchange experiment must be carried with utmost success; hence, it became a base for the further development of this battle sport as a form of martial art. During the early days, there was no fixed rules of Thai Boxing Norwich matches. Moreover, the opponents were not paired based on their weight. The source of a weapon was headed, and groin was an acceptable target. There was a bare patch of earth under the name of ring.
Modern Thai boxing is fought with many improvements, thus, the combat sport has sailed to a long journey to reach the current outlook.