I’m Sean Fagan, a professional fighter and instructor who lives, trains and fights in Thailand.
I’m originally from a small town called New Paltz in upstate NY and began my training under JJ Russo, owner of Stockade Muay Thai in Kingston, NY. I’ve trained in the sport for 10 years now and have competed in over 30 fights. I’ve won two amateur championships (one with a broken arm), fought on national Thai TV, competed on Lion Fight, and won a title at Madison Square Garden...
… it’s been quite a journey so far!
When I’m not training or fighting, I’m either running my website, interviewing champions on The Muay Thai Guys podcast, hosting Muay Thai Vacations all over the world, or spending some downtime with my wife Liz and my Thai dog Suay.
Although Muay Thai is a huge part of my life, I am well aware that I do not know everything there is to know about it... and I never will.
But isn’t that one of the beautiful things about Muay Thai?
It’s a never-ending journey of self-improvement and discovery where there is always something new to learn.
Muay Thai has given me purpose and has taught me more about myself than I would have never known otherwise. Since it’s helped me carve out this amazing life, my mission is to help you use Muay Thai as a tool to become the best version of yourself.
Yea, I know, it sounds corny and cliche, but it’s SO TRUE!
In order to help you grow as a nak muay (otherwise known as a “Thai boxer”), I’ve created this website. On these pages is essentially a compilation of everything I’ve learned throughout my time in the sport.
Not only does this include my own personal experiences inside and outside the ring, but it also includes the knowledge and experiences of hundreds of other top fighters, coaches and practitioners who’ve I’ve been lucky enough to interview (or train with) at one point or another.
Whether this site helps encourage you to try your first Muay Thai class or plays a small role in you winning a championship title, my hope is that this site helps you along your Muay Thai journey in one way or another.
I want to personally thank you for stopping by my site and for being a part of this worldwide Muay Thai community!