The Purple People Eater To Host a Two Week Camp At Khongsittha in March 2018
We’re proud to announce that in March 2018, professional US Muay Thai fighter Justin Greskiewicz will be hosting a two week Bangkok training camp focused on all facets of Muay Thai. Justin will be training alongside participants twice a day, six days a week, going to watch fights, taking a trip to the ancient city Ayutthaya, and more.
Justin is one of the top pound for pound Muay Thai fighters in the country. He fights anywhere from 140-147 lbs, but has fought as light as 138 lbs and as heavy as 155 lbs as a professional. Justin has been fighting since June 2005, and has amassed over 65 fights to date, 25 amateur and 40 professional.
Justin has fought some of the top fighters in the world, including Malaipet Sasiprapa, Kevin Ross, Salah Kalifah, Matt Embree, Shane Campbell, and Liam Harrison. Justin is one of the few East Coast fighters who has earned a WBC title belt, an international title against the WBC UK champion, Bernie Mendietta of England. Justin has competed in some of the nation's largest promotions, including Lion Fight and K-1.
He has been a staple in the Muay Thai community, working to grow Muay Thai in America. In addition to competing often on the country's biggest stages, Justin is the owner and head coach at Stay Fly Muay Thai in Philadelphia, PA. He is also a NJSACB referee and judge, has worked as a judge at Lion Fight, and as a referee for the WKA.
Greskiewicz works as a striking coach for some of Philadelphia's top MMA fighters. His clients include UFC fighters Charlie Brenneman and Zack Makovsky, as well as Bellator's Will Martinez. Justin also had the pleasure of being the main event on both New Jersey and Pennsylvania's first full rules Muay Thai events, historical milestones he is very proud of.
Justin's love for the sport of Muay Thai makes him eager to share his knowledge and passion with those who have a chance to train with him. Whether a beginner student, aspiring fighter, or established professional, Justin can help you expand you knowledge and love for Muay Thai.
Prepare for March
Justin and I had a great talk about the future of Muay Thai world-wide and the US in particular. Our mission is to promote Muay Thai as a way to achieve physical and mental health, and to allow everyone the opportunity to explore the city of Bangkok with like-minded individuals and soak up Thai culture. We expect Justin’s training camp to be filled with a ton of exciting activities, top notch training, incredible food, and the opportunity to watch a ton of fights.
If you’re interested in coming out to train in Thailand for two weeks in March, go ahead and reserve your spot now! You can find more details about the camp here.Check out Justin's Personal Website and Blog : http://muaythaistayfly.ning.com/