Junied “Jay” Razaq was inspired to pursue boxing by Operation Breakthrough at the early age of 15 , where he then fell in love with the sport which eventually became his main passion in life. He is a Certified boxing trainer (Box ‘N Burn Academy: Boxing Fitness Certification) with over 5 years of coaching experience. Additionally, Jay represented the Hong Kong Police Boxing Team and Operation Breakthrough in many local boxing tournaments and charities around Hong Kong (Amateur Boxing) before joining the Warrior Hong Kong family as a boxing trainer.
An active amateur boxer with lots of competition experience, he also frequently prepared different fighters for their competitions. If you are looking for competition-level boxing knowledge, he’s the man you need.
Originally from Hong Kong, Purcell has been practising Muay Thai since 2005 and coaching since 2011. While she started Muay Thai as a hobby, it has now become her passion. She started competing in 2014 in Hong Kong, Thailand and China. In her 28 fights, she has 18 wins, 6 loses and 2 draws with 2 of the wins coming through TKOs. She is both a PK-1 International Champion and IPCC International Champion at the bantamweight division. She is a role model to women in Hong Kong to take a shot at Muay Thai.
91 fights: 75 wins | 3 draws | 13 lose
Nom is one of OG Thai trainers at Warrior. He started learning Muay Thai when he was 11 years old. He started his career as a Muay Thai trainer when he was 26 years old and trained with the Muay Thai legend Seanchai for more than 15 years!
Mang Numchai Samarn
120 fights: 98 wins | 3 draws | 19 lose
Mang started learning Muay Thai when he was 10 years old.
He worked as a bodyguard in Macau for 13 years before he started teaching Muay Thai in Hong Kong. This is the reason why he can speak Chinese fluently.
100 fights: 80 wins | 3 draws | 17 loses
Sakhon started learning Muay Thai when he was 10 years old. He became a HK permanent resident in 2021. He has a cool Chinese nickname called 瀟灑哥 (Siu Sa Gor).