Toby Smith spends hours in the gym coaching the future muaythai stars out of Australia.
Toby Smith, 23, is a multiple world champion in muaythai. Perth-born fighter made his debut at the age of 7. For over a decade he has competed throughout the country as well as in Thailand, the birth place of the Art of Eight Limbs. “The Weapon” cemented his name as an elite representative of the leading stand-up fighting sport.
Smith was last seen in action in May 2016. He faced off a prominent Frenchman Johane Beausejour. Australian came out victorious in the main event of Nemesis 11 Perth.
Although not lately entering the boxing ring Smith hasn’t stepped far away from the gym. He indeed spends countless hours coaching and assisting the rising stars.
Smith is based at the Thai Boxing Pit aka Synergy. The gym is known as the factory of champions out of Western Australia. The club broke the news Last November with 8-year-old Noah Beckwith getting ready for his debut in Brisbane. He since also ventured to Thailand.
“Last sesh before the little beast goes to Bangkok Numponthep gym. Chok Dee brother,” Toby Smith captioned the photo on his Instagram ahead of Beckwith’s trip.
Recently Smith shared a new snap that sees him alongside another warrior-in-making. “Little apprentice is getting the work done boy,” he captioned.