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Madsue Interview
This is the first time I have seen a Muaythai event organized by a foreigner that could attract such a big audience.

EB: What do you remember from your first fight?
Madsue: My first fight was in my hometown of Sakon Nakorn. I got 100 Baht.

EB: What is the hardest part of being a professional fighter?
Madsue: Actually, there is nothing hard being a professional fighter. It’s only that you must not be lazy and be confident with what you do.

EB: Has any opponent ever made you angry with them?
Madsue: Never.

EB: How do you approach each fight?
Madsue: I usually start training harder about 3 or 4 weeks before each fight.

EB: How do you want to be known among Muaythai fans?
Madsue: I would like them to think of me as a strong, skillful fighter. I would be proud if many people like me.

EB: What made you start in Muaythai?
Madsue: I started to train in Muaythai after I’d seen friends of mine doing it. I started going to the Muaythai gym more often and have been training since then.

EB: Can you talk us through your fight at Siam Paragon just recently and tell us how you felt the fight went?
Madsue: I got sick just 2 or 3 days before the fight, so my body was not 100% ready. I thought I could have done better.

EB: What did you think of the Thailand VS Challenger series?
Madsue: It was amazing. This is the first time I have seen a Muaythai event organized by a foreigner that could attract such a big audience. I think it was very good.

EB: Who do you rate at the best that you have fought?
Madsue: Yodsanklai Fairtex

EB: Tell us about your trainer and training?
Madsue: He is a very good, very skillful trainer.

EB: Who would you like to fight now?
Madsue: I would like a rematch with Yodsanklai.

EB: What fulfillment do you get from Muaythai?
Madsue: Muaythai makes me healthy, fit & firm. It also takes me to other countries and brings many people into my life.

EB: What are your interests outside of Muaythai?
Madsue: I also teach and train Muaythai to other fighters.

EB: What do you feel is your strongest weapon: punch, knee, kick or elbow?
Madsue: Knee and kick.

EB: What fight has been your career highlight so far?
Madsue: It was in Australia, where I fought with John Vantas, because he’d never lost before this match. I was very proud and the fight was memorable.

EB: What is the toughest fight you've faced?
Madsue: The fight with Yodsanklai was tough because he’s left-handed.

EB: What does your training consist of?
Madsue: My training consists of running in the morning, kicking, etc.

EB: Whereabouts have you fought?
Madsue: Australia, Germany, Croatia, Russia, and China

EB: Do you have any past or present titles?
Madsue: Champion in Australia, Germany, and Macau (I-1 Champion), as well as H-1 Champion 2007 at Sanamlaung.

EB: What are your goals for the future?
Madsue: I would love to open my own gym for foreigners.

EB: Do you balance your training with a job?
Madsue: I do training before work. Because I have to train other fighters at 5 PM, I have to do running and everything else before that.

EB: There are many exciting fighters in your weight division at the moment. Who would you rate as the top three?
Madsue: I can only think of two right now: Yodsanklai Fairtex and John Vantas.

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Thailand VS Challenger
2011 Series

Grand Opening : July
Queens Cup : August
VS Europe : September
VS Asia : October
VS Germany : November