Meet 31 year old music teacher, Ciaran Mullin. Find out why he got started with martial arts and how it helped him transform as a person…

Getting started is always tough… Your insecurities take over – Will I be good enough? Will I fit in? I don’t know anyone? What will the others think of me? Here at Champions Gym, 86% of people who start with us have never done anything like this and we understand that although initially it can be daunting, the fear outweighs the benefits in the long run becoming a member of a club that supports success whether it be health and wellbeing – Fat loss, improvement in muscle tone, stress relief or to learn new skills, develop self defence or to meet new people! Check out the video above and see why the first choice for Muay Thai, Boxing and Strength & Conditioning is Champions Gym with two clubs located in Perth – Highgate and Myaree.

“The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”…

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The story of Scottish born Muay Thai champion Chris “Killer” Watt. Born in Aberdeen, Scotland, see how a quirky, geeky kid found his love for martial arts and how it transformed him into the man he is today…

Chris “Killer” Watt is an Australian Muay Thai Champion hailing from Western Australia, by way of Aberdeen, Scotland. Chris Watt is an ISKA Australian Champion and three time WKA & WMC State champion. He fights out of Champions Gym, Perth.

Chris “Killer” Watt is an ISKA Australian Middleweight Muay Thai Champion. Hailing from Aberdeen Scotland, Watt has been a three time Western Australian champion winning the WKA championship twice along with the WMC championship.

Since starting karate at 8 years old, Watt’s family migrated to Australia and found a new life in Perth, Western Australia where he has since fought competitively across kickboxing and Muay Thai since age 14. Watt’s trademark walk forward and love for throwing elbows guarantees an exciting match and has the crowd on the edge of their seats!

Watt has fought and beaten some of the best in Australia including Franz Sanchez, Alex Ilijoski, Jakeb Whitman, Ric Pisaneschi, Tom Lawrence and Matt Moss with an Australian title loss against current champion Luis Regis he looks to rematch in 2020. Watt looks to continue his success with some big match ups scheduled for the remainder of 2019…

Keep an eye out for Chris “Killer” Watt as he looks to earn his way to the international One Fighting Championship circuit!

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Highlights of female Western Australian Champion Victoria Sullivan winning the Muay Thai Australian Title defeating Leonie Macks Saturday March 2, 2019. The event was Futures IX brought to you by Chantel Green of True Grit Thaiboxing in Mandurah Aquatic and Recreation Centre. Read the original article here

Victoria Sullivan is the reigning WMC lightweight (61.2kg) female Australian Champion, the undisputed four time Western Australian champion and Assistant Muay Thai coach fighting out of Champions Gym, Western Australia.

The championship bout was fought fought over five, three minute rounds between underdog Victoria Sullivan challenging seasoned veteran Leonie Macks from Queensland. This bout was at Sullivan’s natural weight division, in which she holds four State Championship titles. The title win against Macks was well deserved following a hard year of learning that was 2018 where in August Sullivan was defeated by split points decision by Brooke Cooper fighting for the Australian Title in the weight division below where the two fought for the Super Featherweight Title (58.9kg) WMC Australian Championship (twelve weeks prior Sullivan suffered a slipped disk in a weight lifting accident).  In February 2018, Sullivan was also defeated Chelsea Hackett in a five round thriller for the WBC Muay Thai Lightweight Australian Championship on the Gold Coast.

Thank you to these female Muay Thai champions paving the way for the future generations!

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