Madison Square Garden hosted the first Muay Thai event in the respected stadium's history -- for their sophomore effort, KahL-One was on hand to capture the action on film.
There are a few solid videographers in the MMA world, but none that match the creative professionalism and crisp editing of Kahleem Poole-Tejada, aka "KahL-One." KahL-One has just released a video of his experience at New York's "Muay Thai at the Mecca II" show, which is embedded above.
The inaugural event was Madison Square Garden's first foray into Muay Thai kickboxing and purported to be the biggest WKA-sanctioned (World Kickboxing Association) Muay Thai event in US history. The second iteration of "Muay Thai at the Mecca" took place on November 10 and featured former UFC fighter Ryan "The Lion" Madigan and a total of 13 bouts.
The video was produced by Eddie Cuello but KahL-One handled the cinematography, directing and editing duties. You can peruse more of his videos on his Youtube page or check out his entire portfolio (film-making, photography and illustration) on his website. For you Twitter nerds, his handle is @Kahl_One.