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Muay Thai: Quiz

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Question 1: In ________, Muay Thai evolved from muay boran (ancient boxing), an unarmed combat method which would probably have been used by Siamese soldiers after losing their weapons in battle.
ThailandMalaysiaPapua New GuineaCambodia

Question 2: Along with karate, Muay Thai is slowly gaining popularity in the ________ as well.
Ultimate Fighting ChampionshipThe Ultimate Fighter 3 FinaleUFC 94The Ultimate Fighter 1 Finale

Question 3: As a result, western practitioners have incorporated much more powerful hand striking techniques from ________ although some Thai purists accuse them of diluting the art.
BoxingKickboxingWorld Boxing CouncilMartial arts

Question 4: It is superficially similar to a karate roundhouse kick, but omits the rotation of the lower leg from the knee used in other striking martial arts like ________ or taekwondo.
KarateOkinawan martial artsAikidoJujutsu

Question 5: The kicks demonstrated were the ________ side kick, the Chinese flying double kick, the taekwondo spinning back kick and the Muay Thai knee strike performed by the Muay Thai champion Melchor Menor.
AikidoOkinawan martial artsKarateJujutsu

Question 6: Muay Thai along with savate, ________, and taekwondo heavily influenced the development of kickboxing in Japan, Europe, and North America.
AikidoMartial artsKarateOkinawan martial arts

Question 7: Mid section ________ can also be caught/trapped, allowing for a sweep or counter attack to the remaining leg of the opponent.
Mawashi geriMixed martial artsKarateRoundhouse kick

Question 8: Starting in the 1990s, Muay Thai has enjoyed a boost in popularity worldwide as it has been very effective in ________ training and competition.
StrikeforceIt's ShowtimeSLAMM!! EventsMixed martial arts

Question 9: With the success of Muay Thai in the ________, it has become the de facto style of choice for competitive stand-up fighters.
SLAMM!! EventsIt's ShowtimeMixed martial artsStrikeforce

Question 10: The ascension of ________ (Rama V) to the throne in 1868 ushered in a golden age not only for muay but for the whole country of Thailand.
JessadabodindraVajiravudhChulalongkornPrajadhipok







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