Carnage Training Hits Serbia
Training camp with Nathan Carnage Corbett and Robin van Roosmalen is held from 22nd to 26th August in Novi Sad, Serbia.

Nathan Carnage Corbett schedules the training camp this August in Serbia.

Muay Thai star from Australia Nathan Carnage Corbett has been flat out, flying in and out. He unofficially retired in 2014 after the fight with Gokhan Saki in Turkey. The bout ended in TKO due to an ear injury. Since then he shares his knowledge with others. Indeed, eleven-time world champion is on demand throughout the world. Corbett has built his outstanding resume via world’s favorite stand up fighting technique, muaythai elbow strikes.

Last June, following two installments of EuroTour in 2015-2016, alongside the dozens of seminars across Australia, Corbett flew across the sea to South America. He aimed to spend some time off work. Indeed, landing in the birthplace of MMA in Brazil, he planned to have a deserved holiday. However, the man with the golden elbows was immediately approached to run a workshop in one of the local gyms. The result saw two more installments of Carnage Seminar. Over 30 people attended each gig.

On return to Gold Coast, QLD few weeks back, Corbett already holds two seminars on the other side of the country. Western Australian Perth hosted Carnage Seminar last weekend. The next is happening this Saturday, 16th July. Furthermore, the journey to New South Wales is also on the cards.

From 22nd to 26th August Nathan Corbett stays in Novi Sad, Serbia. This is where Ronin-Carnage Global accommodates a five-day training camp. Corbett will teach Carnage Striking. Kickboxing star Robin van Roosmalen will also be there to deliver his knowledge to those wanting to learn from the best. The list of coaches includes William Van Roosmalen, Misa Baculov and Nikola Pavkovic.

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Parviz Iskenderov
Parviz Iskenderov is a muaythai fighter from Perth, Australia. He is a former national champion of Belarus, and also a finalist of IFMA European Cup. He is an editor and journalist at FIGHTMAG. He covers national and world news. Iskenderov is also the WKN (World Kickboxing Network) international coordinator for Australia.

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