From the sale of all the apparel below the net profits go to my Kru Fund, which is to be distributed to all the fighters and krus documented in my Muay Thai Library Preserve the Legacy project, or in the case of specific fighter shirts, directly to the fighter themselves.
Sylvie 200 Fights Shorts – Black on Black
all net proceeds go to my Kru Fund, directed toward the krus & ex-fighters in the Muay Thai Library
These shorts celebrate the achievement of 200 fights, the black and black design in respect to the passing of King Rama IX who was being buried in the month of these short’s release (October, 2017). All net profits go to the krus & ex-fighters I’m documenting. You can see what they look like here:
click on the shirt and then the dots below it to see the shirt back
These two shirts (above) celebrate the fighting of Sylvie von Duuglas-Ittu. The “Saonaklengkhao” shirt marks her Thai Press fight name: translated from the Thai as “Miss Gangster Knee”, and the Muay Khao fighting style. The “Sylvie Legend” shirt reflects the nickname Kevin gave her, and her achievement of 200 fights, as the foreign fighter who has fought more times in Thailand than any other.
Karuhat Sor. Supawan Legends Shirt
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all net proceeds go to the fighter
One of the most esteemed and stylish fighters to ever graces the ring in the Golden Age, Karuhat Sor. Supawan is celebrated in these shirts. All net profits go to the fighter himself. You can see his incredible fight style in this highlight by Muay Thai Scholar:
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