Fairtex

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FAIRTEX
TypePrivate
IndustryMuay Thai, Kickboxing Brand, Brazilian jiujitsu, Mixed martial arts
Founded1958; 63 years ago (1958) in Bangkok, Thailand
FounderPhilip Wong
HeadquartersBang Lamung District, ,
Area served
Worldwide
ProductsMartial arts equipment, sporting equipment, clothing, accessories
ServicesManufacturer, fighter management
Websitefairtex.com

Fairtex is a Thailand muay thai, boxing, mixed martial arts and clothing brand that was founded by Bunjong Busarakamwongse (better known as Mr. Philip Wong)[1] in Bangkok, Thailand in 1958.[2][3] Fairtex won the Best MMA gloves Award at World MMA Awards in 2008. Fairtex is gloves partner of ONE Championship events since 2010 to present.[4][5]

Fairtex is now headed by Mr. Philip Wong's son, Prem Busarabavonwongs at the brand's headquarters located in Pattaya,[6] also the location of the Fairtex Training Center.

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  1. ^ Docto, Daniel C. (2006-06-15). "The King of Muay Thai, Mr. Philip Wong, wants to share — SEVEN Master Defensive Moves of Muay Thai Fairtex". Fight Times Magazine. Retrieved 2020-11-09.
  2. ^ "Fairtex History - Fairtex Australia - The Official Site For Fairtex in Australia. - Fairtex Australia The Official Site For Fairtex in Australia".
  3. ^ "Fairtex History - Creating Muay Thai World Champions".
  4. ^ "How Fairtex Became The Gold Standard In Martial Arts". ONE Championship – The Home Of Martial Arts. 2020-05-24. Retrieved 2021-05-01.
  5. ^ "ONE x Fairtex Boxing Gloves (Black)". ONE.SHOP | The Official Online Shop of ONE Championship. Retrieved 2021-05-01.
  6. ^ "How Fairtex Became The Gold Standard In Martial Arts | ONE Championship - Features". ONE Championship - The Home Of Martial Arts. 2020-05-24. Retrieved 2020-11-09.

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