Michael "The Great Guardian" Pyrenee is a Muay Thai master who mastered the art of push kicks (teeps). This is a historically important technique for avoiding damage and controlling aggression.
It is a technique many people in the west have not yet adopted, resulting in unnecessary head trauma and eventual CTE. Those who are good at teeping will tend to avoid gym wars, and so Kru Doggo shows the young and brash sheep nak muays the way.
Historically, Samart Payakaroon of the great Sityodtong camp has the best display of teeps I've ever seen on film. This Muay Thai Doggo is a close second place. Study the greats.
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