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Topic:Loopy Lou Vs Muaythai Monster
Posted: 2005-06-11 08:03:06
loopy lou vs muaythai monster

bothgirls are ax members and great girls.
looking forward to this fight.
anyone wanna bet on the outcome?
Posted: 2005-06-11 08:05:25
Errrrrrrrrrrrrrm, NO.
Posted: 2005-06-11 13:03:01
That's a hard one to call. Both girls are very talented and incredibly tough. I'm really looking forward to this one. Good luck to both girls.
Posted: 2005-06-11 23:22:39
Two questionsL

1. who is "muay Thai monster? (meaning whatis her real name)

2. which one has fought most recently?
(thats the one I would bet on)

Muaythai King
Posted: 2005-06-12 03:13:47
1. Muay Thai Monster is Michelle Ness (Nee Doig).
2. Both grls haven't fought for a while. Michelle for over a year. I think Louise is in the same situation!

stevie nisbet
Posted: 2005-06-12 03:53:51
michelle Ness beat Paula wilkie last yr, louise hasnt fought since nov 03, since then she has been travelling,
michelle balfour
Posted: 2005-06-12 09:59:30
ok since no will else will i'm gonna.i think this gonna b a realy good fight.i kno both girls have been training very hard for this one.i can only say for what i have seen and that is loopy lou training like a basset prediction is that loopy lou will win it on points
Posted: 2005-06-12 12:26:43
Posted: 2005-06-12 17:21:31
Go on loopy, you're born cheeky - you train hard, have a great attitude, fight hard - you deserve to do well!

Posted: 2005-06-12 18:22:21
The only thing i'll bet, is that it's going to be a cracking bout, involving two of the most 'driven' and 'talented' females in Scottish Muay Thai.

Good luck to them both!
Posted: 2005-06-12 20:23:23
so what is the date, venue, rules, number of rounds, contract weight, and the place to buy tickets, etc? I want to publicize it on my site.

it certainly deserves maximum support and publicicty

stevie nisbet
Posted: 2005-06-13 12:07:37
feel free to use the poster etc dan , we also have another female title stacy butler (GTBA) v trisha Carson (Caledonian) at -45, louise and michelle are fighting under 67kgs


stevie nisbet
Posted: 2005-06-13 12:10:54
I would just like to say at this point.

i have never trained a basset hound, nor seen one training, or fighting, nor would i encourage others to do so, however im sure given the chance they ould train really hard , not sure what size of gloves they would wear though
Posted: 2005-06-13 13:43:06
Stevie d'ya mean 54kgs for Trish / Stacey... or should I go get trish to start sleeping in the sauna...? ;-)
Posted: 2005-06-14 08:05:23
Thanks Guys, I got the info posted.

please email us the results after the fight,


Posted: 2005-06-14 08:05:56
loopy is my pick for this 1
michelle balfour
Posted: 2005-06-14 12:07:40
lol da @ never trained a basset hound ,at least u got the point i was trying to make. that the main thing.i wish both these girls the best of luck it gonna b a cracker.
Posted: 2005-06-19 10:14:05
well done mrs ness
michelle balfour
Posted: 2005-06-19 13:24:53
yes very well done to michelle she totaly deserved it, and it just shows hard work realy does pay off. also well done to mr ness both fights were a joy to watch.both of you showed true heart and determination throughout.a credit to scottish muay thai

also mr jarvie and mr clark well done another 2 great fights
James Graham
Posted: 2005-06-19 15:35:52

James Graham
Posted: 2005-06-19 15:38:49

Well done Michelle
Posted: 2005-06-20 04:46:45
big congrats
Posted: 2005-06-20 06:32:48
Well done Michelle.Great result when you consider Loopys experience and record,nice one!A good night for the gym especially the Ness family!!
Posted: 2005-06-20 07:47:37
whats michelles record now?
Muaythai King
Posted: 2005-06-20 12:55:03
6 Fights.
6 Wins.
Posted: 2005-06-26 10:53:59
how is loopys leg any one no how she is doing
stevie nisbet
Posted: 2005-06-27 02:20:17
not too bad lilevil, shes off work becouse of it, and had to use a crutch for a few days but she'll be back in the gym this week
Posted: 2005-06-29 05:51:42
Pictures from the fight can be found here

Posted: 2005-06-29 09:12:29
I got to see 3 1/2 rounds of this fight with my good eye :) It was a nice matchup. I was impressed with both ladies too. And the sportswomanship and mutual respect for each other too as illustrated in the pic.

Are either of the fighters planning to head over to the IFMAs?
Muaythai King
Posted: 2005-06-29 16:14:37
Michelle wont be.
She concentrates on Pro Muay Thai rather than Amateur.
stevie nisbet
Posted: 2005-06-29 16:52:25
louise is a bridesmade that week, i hear its been cancelled anyway
Posted: 2005-07-01 15:52:37
Is it more common to have fighters start fighting no pads (pro) versus doing interclubs, eventually taking several amateur fights, then moving to the pro ranks? At least in Scotland & other areas in the UK?

Gary O'Brien STBA
Posted: 2005-07-01 16:13:54
To be honest, there isn't a big market here to promote Amateur MuayThai! We held a Scottish Amateur show a few years ago, which was good for the amount of fighters participating, but unfortunitly didn't attract any crowd!

I think the general way fighters are brought through here is via Interclubs, then straight into novice unpadded 3x2 modified rules! Trying to develop the Amateur side of the sport is also going to be a lot harder if the WMC can't even get organised! We finally got a large and strong team of over 35 people, most booked up to go to fight in Thailand at the World Champs, but now the have been postponed, most will not be interested in going again! As a result, we will lucky to have 3 people in the team in March!

So predominantly Pro (unpadded) in the UK in general!

Sorry, better stop Hijacking this thread, should post my 1st rant on the other thread about the World Championships getting postponed!
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