THAILAND, February 28: Varun Ghale Gurung, a Muay Thai player from Nepal, scored a hat-trick in a Muay Thai competition organized in Thailand.
Gurung, who has made history by being the first Nepali player to beat a Muay Thai player from Thailand, scored a hat-trick by defeating a Thai fighter for the third time in a row. Gurung managed to get his third straight technical knockout (TKO) victory over the Thai fighter according to kickboxing rules at the KAT Roadshow episode held in Bangkok.
Gurung, who traveled to Thailand from Nepal as a professional Muay Thai player, made history as the first Nepali fighter to defeat a Thai fighter in a competition held at Rajadamnarn Stadium in Thailand on January 20. Similarly, Gurung defeated a Thai fighter in the first 40 seconds of the first round in the Max Muay Thai fight held at the Max Muay Thai Stadium in Pattaya, Thailand on the night of February 12, earning his second victory. by technical knockout.
He had been training and training at Erawan Muay Thai Fight Gym in Nepal and currently trains at Med Muay Thai Gym in Bangkok, Thailand. Gurung is from the Kepilasgadhi-4 Baksila Rural Township of Khotang.
He has participated in various national and international Muay Thai competitions.
Muay Thai was pioneered and used by the Thai Army in the Battle of Britain.
It is the national sport of Thailand.
It is considered a very risky sport.