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K1ANOOP
Freelance Video Editor/Videographer: Sports Filmmaking, Events & Promotional Videos. My YouTube channel:
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Joe Rogan Jul 15
Friends, my brother Robin Black got his Instagram page taken down. Please follow his new page . Robin is a great person, a great friend and one of the best martial arts analysts on earth. His one…
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K1ANOOP Jul 15
Replying to @Delisketo
Dude. Don’t worry about who follows you & who doesn’t too much You do good work that is appreciated by tweeps whether they follow you or not. They’re sharing your work without doing copyright infringement and Twitter is still crediting you. Focus on the positives from this😎✌🏽
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K1ANOOP Jul 15
Replying to @Delisketo
Hmm. It would seem he’s using something authorised by Twitter that does still auto-credit you. Yes, it’s not the usual RT that most of us are use to & I’ve no idea how this is done but it does credit you. I’ve seen this method practiced by others for this unusual RT method fyi
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K1ANOOP Jul 11
might be able to help?
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K1ANOOP Jul 10
Replying to @andremgeorgiou
PML!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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K1ANOOP Jul 10
Andreas "The Bowery King" of Socials;)
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K1ANOOP Jul 10
Replying to @andremgeorgiou
Yawn...too long for the sequel. Next please. 😂✌🏽
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Karim Zidan Jul 9
This was a difficult podcast to do — more than I could have imagined. It was also cathartic, genuine & as personal as I have ever gotten. Here, I wear my heart on my sleeve so you can learn from my experiences. I’ll leave the rest for you to decide
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Brendan Loughnane Jun 25
My opponents leg 7 days after but it’s not ‘savage’ enough 😂
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Focus Fights Jun 24
Former & Champion making his J-Kick Debut? Sounds like a fight folks will love to see! "Soul Assassin" Kevin Ross () makes his / debut vs. Daiki Watabe () at on July 28th! --
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K1ANOOP Jun 24
No it wasn’t. Neither were several names that come to mind and how Glory didn’t manage those situations at the time very well either. No promotion is perfect. Learning from making less mistakes is always a good thing.
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K1ANOOP Jun 24
Yes, it is pleasing to see Marshall making the US market a priority again after it had been previously abandoned (more than once). The more they do in key markets the better. Currently it’s not enough but if they continue & don’t scrap it again then good but they canned UK again.
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K1ANOOP Jun 24
Glory events are packaged as 3 different events for 3 different broadcasters - this has been explained to me in person by C level at Glory. To this day, I get asked how can I watch x, y and z including Glory AND other shows, predominately kickboxing. Again, room for improvement.
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K1ANOOP Jun 24
Replying to @_Yodsanan @Dazz59 and 2 others
It’s great as it is but it’s not enough. Surely we all agree more need to be done across the board? I just feel we can including myself can be more supportive and more constructive with our cristiscms instead of what come across as knee jerk reactions at instant. That’s all✌🏽
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K1ANOOP Jun 24
Replying to @_Yodsanan @Dazz59 and 2 others
There’s more orchestrated efforts that need to be more applied in Thai/Kickboxing that we all love as outside of Thailand commercial niche sports for continued growth but so far the ceiling is low as been problem compared to other combat sports; Until casuals are better targetted
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K1ANOOP Jun 24
Replying to @_Yodsanan @Dazz59 and 2 others
Boxing has similar but not as bad issues with growing the personal brands of fighters. Most don’t care as much (hardcore fans) about who’s below the main/comain event of the night (including MMA et al.) unlike more dedicated fans like most of us in this thread...
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K1ANOOP Jun 24
Replying to @_Yodsanan @Dazz59 and 2 others
They don’t all come from Thailand - that country has its own world ofnfighjting and gambling and making a living unique to any other, especially all the westerners that make kickboxing including various rulesets more of a commercially global yet niche sport...
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K1ANOOP Jun 24
No. He’s just one example that came to mind with how much story telling et. they did to make more people outside of Southeast English Thai/Kickboxing know about him around the world in comparison.
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K1ANOOP Jun 24
Replying to @RobMDK
I feel for them but there’s so much more to their issues and it would get too long for Twitter and they won’t be the first nor the last, sadly.
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K1ANOOP Jun 24
Replying to @RobMDK
Wouldn’t be surprised if more Thai/Kickboxing enthusiasts paid more attention to the UFC and Bellator over the weekend than Glory too and that’s speaks volumes too.
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