MUAY THAI Thai boxing, or muay-thai (Thai: มวยไทย, "boxing of the Thai people"), abbreviated as Thai boxing, is a martial art classified in the West among the box feet-fists.
Thai boxing originated in ancestral martial practices, especially in muay boran (traditional boxing) and krabong krabi (practice with weapons). It is the most popular boxing in Southeast Asia (Burmese boxing, Khmer boxing, Laotian boxing, Vietnamese boxing) and owes its popularity to the fact that it is a professionalised national discipline. His practice allows many practitioners, athletes (even very young), coaches, managers and promoters, to live. It represents a lucrative market in Thailand generating around it a significant economy. Like her cousins, she has the reputation of being a particularly violent combat practice and she is criticized above all for spreading the idea that "every stroke is allowed"