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Enter now to win a free DVD of Born Warriors Redux: Bound Fists.

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New Born Warriors Deluxe 4 Disc Edition

The brand new Born Warriors Deluxe Edition includes all three award-winning Born Warriors documentaries, plus a bonus disc which features the newly updated Born to Battle: Burma vs. Thailand documentary and the extended edits of Fight Day & Bouts from the Archives V2, which shows rare and unseen archive footage that immerses the viewer into the competitive world of Lethwei. The complete 4 Disc set in limited DVD or Blu-ray editions runs over seven hours.

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Born Warriors Wikipedia Entry

Our new Wikipedia entry adds additional details and provides an outstanding overview to how the documentaries were made and finally released.

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Black Belt Essential Gear Section

Our Born Warriors Special Edition 3 Disc set was a recent Essential Gear pick for the months of February and March 2017.

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We are proud to announce that Born Warriors is now available on Blu-ray and DVD. Please check our Buy page for further information on ordering. More outlets in addition to iTunes and streaming will be added soon.

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The article Traditional Burmese Lethwei Lives On! by Vincent Giordano appears in the new issue of Black Belt(Oct/Nov 2016).

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Burmese Odyssey: An Interview with Vincent Giordano

by Guillermo Xegarra

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Born Warriors Redux: Bound Fists won a prestigious Award of Merit: Documentary Feature from the recent IndieFEST Film Awards in Los Angeles.

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Born Warriors Redux: Bound Fists was recently honored with the Best Documentary award at the October HIMPFF awards. This is the first win for Born Warriors Redux: Bound Fists.

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Senior Lethwei Master Saya U Bo Sein passed away on September 9th shortly after being admitted to a hospital in Yangon. He was an enormous part of the Born Warriors Project from its earliest days right up until this past year when we conducted one of his last interviews. He was a vibrant, energetic man of infinite skill and understanding. Saya Sein will be sorely missed. His memory remains with all of us who shared time with him.

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Born Warriors Redux was awarded the Best Documentary(Sports) Runner-Up Award at the 11th Annual Action on Film Festival in Los Angeles. The documentary will continue to play festivals until the new Born Warriors Redux: Bound Fists is ready to take its place on the festival circuit.

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The first trailer from Born Warriors Redux: Bound Fists on Child Fighters takes on the controversial topic of children who fight in Myanmar during the numerous holiday celebrations. Born Warriors Redux: Bound Fists focuses on the role of cultural tradition in local communities and how the indigenous Burmese sport of Lethwei is woven into the fabric of rural life and practiced in modern arenas throughout Myanmar.
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The first trailer from Born Warriors Redux: Bound Fists on Child Fighters takes on the controversial topic of children who fight in Myanmar during the numerous holiday celebrations. Born Warriors Redux: Bound Fists focuses on the role of cultural tradition in local communities and how the indigenous Burmese sport of Lethwei is woven into the fabric of rural life and practiced in modern arenas throughout Myanmar.
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We are proud to announce that Born Warriors Redux: Bound Fists is an official selection of the Roma Cinema Doc and the Hollywood International Moving Pictures Film Festivals.
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by Vincent Giordano

Burmese Lethwei, or Myanmar traditional boxing, is an ancient bare-knuckle fighting art that has survived in Myanmar despite decades of endless violence and governmental control. At times, this control threatened to wipe out Lethwei’s very existence, but the sport survived partly because rural communities throughout the country continually staged Lethwei tournaments during the celebrations and holidays that fill Myanmar’s calendar year. Including bare-knuckle matches as part of each celebration is a firmly embedded and accepted tradition within Myanmar. Central to these celebratory tournaments is the idea that, long ago, young boys engaged in Lethwei matches to display their fighting skill, courage and bravery. It was part of a rite of passage into adulthood.

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by Vincent Giordano

Burmese Lethwei, also known as Burmese Boxing in the West and Myanmar traditional boxing in Myanmar, is a bare-knuckle fighting sport well known for its traditional fighting technique and durability of its competitors. Fighters wrap their hands with only a thin gauze wrap and tape. There are no gloves used, and head-butts and throws are allowed. No judges oversee the matches to determine a points victor. The only way to win is to stop your opponent by a knockout, technical knockout or by a doctor stoppage. If there is no definitive winner then the match is declared a draw.

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by Vincent Giordano

Burmese Lethwei, also known as Burmese boxing in the West and Myanmar traditional boxing in Myanmar, is a bare-knuckle fighting sport well known for its traditional fighting technique and the durability of its competitors. Fighters wrap their hands with only a thin gauze wrap and tape. There are no gloves used, and head-butts and throws are allowed. No judges oversee the matches to determine a points victor. The only way to win is to stop your opponent by a knockout, technical knockout or by a doctor stoppage. If there is no definitive winner then the match is declared a draw.

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