Due to unforeseen circumstances with Visa issues, our previously scheduled instructor Lerdsila will no longer be able to attend the camp. However, we have found a highly qualified replacement who will ensure the camp succeeds.
We are excited to welcome our new instructor the Man with the Golden Elbows Nathan “Carnage” Corbett, who brings experience and knowledge to the table. They are passionate about martial arts and are committed to providing you with an unforgettable experience at the KWU SENSHI camp.
Nathan “Carnage” Corbett is Australian Muay Thai kickboxer, color commentator for Lion Fight Promotions on CBS Sports, and feature author at Fightmag. He is a former 11-time Muay Thai World Champion and is one of the most decorated heavyweights in the history of Muay Thai.
Hailing out of the Urban Fight Gym, Gold Coast Corbett was the World Muaythai Council (WMC) Cruiserweight World champion, the K-1 Scandinavia 2007 tournament champion, the World Boxing Council Muaythai (WBC Muaythai) Cruiserweight World Champion, and former World Kickboxing Network (WKN) Heavyweight Muay Thai Champion (including three defenses).
Nathan Corbett started practicing martial arts with karate at the age of 14, which then led him to shoot boxing and Muay Thai.
Corbett turned professional in 1997 and rose to national prominence in 2002 when he defeated Australian legend Scott ‘The Cannon’ Bannon with a slicing right elbow. He then followed up this strong performance with a 1st-round KO win over Clifton Brown of Canada, winning his first WMC World Title.
On 26 June 2005 at Xplosion 10 event in Australia, Corbett won his second WMC World Title over Russian fighter Magomed Magomedov.
At the 3rd MARS World Fighting GP in Chiba, Japan in 2006 he suffered his first KO loss of his career against American Heavyweight Alex Roberts.
We look forward to seeing you at the camp and introducing you to our new instructor.
Thank you for your understanding and continued support. Let’s make the KWU SENSHI camp the best one yet!