Pama strain of gamecock may have been originated by the Burmese Kings and Princes. Burma is a neighbor of Thailand.
When King Naresuan was just a Prince of Thailand, Prince Naresuan was captured by the Burmese Prince. He may have gain freedom or avert war when Prince Naresuan and the Burmese Prince agreed to have a cockfight instead of war.
Prince Naresuan fighting with his Leung Hang Khao strain of gamecocks.
The Burmese Prince fighting with his Pama strain of gamecocks.
Pama is another word for Burmese. Burma is now named Myanmar.
Thai strains of gamecocks of today are mixed with Pama or Burmese strain of gamecocks to improve its fighting style.
Leung Hang Khao strain of gamecock was originated by King Naresuan of Thailand.
This strain of gamecock is also known as LHK or Thai LHK.
Pradu Hang Dam strain of gamecock was originated by King Ekatotsarot of Thailand.
King Ekatotsarot is brother of King Naresuan of Thailand.
This strain of gamecock is also known as PHD or Thai PHD.
I am Igon, one of the Philippine Asils, from Bicol region of the Philippines. I am typically spurless (do not grow natural spur). I am typically about 1.7-2.2 kilograms. I come on any colors and can be hennie feather too.
My specialty is naked heel. I typically fight for 2.5-3.5 hours to a draw.
In order for me to win, I must be able to hit the head accurately without wasting my power hitting the body. Sometimes, if I feel I can take my opponent down with my power blows I will hit him in his back, shoulders, and neck too. But again, the head as a target is my specialty. Also I am a wheeler when the ring is larger and I can be locker or standup in smaller ring.
My other game is long knife fighting. I have to be fought with fuller body in this game. I have to be selected for body punching in this game. I must have a complete style for this game.