At the end of 2002, the administration of the Thai Boxing Federation of Kiev in the Svyatoshinsky district of Kiev opened its own hall - the hall of the Fighter club. The representatives of this club formed the city team, which took part in all-Ukrainian and international tournaments. Juniors, along with adults, entered the ring both in Muay Thai tournaments and in classic boxing competitions. For example, Ilya Primak became the absolute champion of Ukraine in Thai boxing and the winner of the VII and VIII international boxing tournaments. Maxim Zinkovsky and Vladimir Virko became the champions of Ukraine in Muay Thai and the winners of the VII international boxing tournament. Today, these adults, athletes successfully defend the honor of the club in competitions at various levels, and in children's groups confidently declare new talents. So, Nikolay Lutsenko, born in 1997, became the champion of Ukraine in tayboxing (W.P.K.A.).
A significant part of the athletes who were brought up in the club subsequently went into professional sports, where they confirmed their high level. For example, Timur Akhundov and Alexander Sadovshchikov participated in the first professional free-fight tournament “Land of Re-development” in 2001. Timur won the tournament, and today is a boxer of the leading Ukrainian promotion company K2 East Promotions. Boxer Vadim Safonov, reprofiled in the hall for Thai boxing and kickboxing. In 2000, he participated in the Olympic Chersonesos tournament, when the club took third team place. By the way, teams of cities of Ukraine, which included the best athletes from various clubs, took part in the team event in these competitions. In 2002, Vadim became the champion of Ukraine in kickboxing (full contact) and went into professional boxing.
Today, the Fighter Club Hall is one of the few halls that give adherents what they claim to be - Thai boxing. The specificity of “Fighter” is that in the training process is given not only sports, but also the “applied” aspect of this style. In particular, elements of the technique of one of the traditional styles of Muay Thai Mang Gon, which has gone out of the Muay Thai Boran direction, are studied. This technique is prohibited by the rules of the competition, but has proven itself as a self-defense.
Fighter Hall is open for children aged 5-6. A completely new training system has been developed for them, built on a game form, taking into account the age characteristics of future athletes.