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Pi Coop


Coop is the successor of the family throne that is Rawai Boxing Camp. The land has been in his family for over 60 years, first purchased by his grandfather Ahn (อั้น). Coop's father, Peecha, (ปรีซา) opened the Muay Thai Camp & Stadium in 1997 as an outlet to keep young men and children out of the streets and off of drugs. Back then it was known as Rawai Muay Thai. The space has changed hands and names a few times over the years but now it is back being run by the family under the vision and management of Coop. In 2020 Coop felt the calling to keep his family legacy going and decided to take over the facility, renaming it Rawai Boxing Camp.

Coop manages the gym with passion and vision, under his direction Rawai Boxing Camp offers not only Muay Thai but Western Boxing and Weights & Conditioning as well. The facilities have been updated and the camp now includes a weights room, the space to train has been expanded, the housing for fighters has been remodeled, and the property has been beautified with plants and lush greenery. Coop has put just as much thought and intention in his staffing as he has done in everything else, just read the teams bio and you will see. 

Coop is a solid guy and a family man. When not keeping up with his sons or dreaming of new ways to better the gym you may catch him fishing or playing snooker (pool) and enjoying his favorite dish Tom Yung Kung or a nice Papaya Salad.

Was bell boy & Worked in the hotel industry for many years 
It makes me happy to spread the sport of Muay Thai with the world.

Pi Coop
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