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Funny Kato Boon first day at Thai school may be his last?

Kato is 2.5 years old and is growing fast. Time to go to school and learn lessons about life. Papa Bas remembers his first day at school well. Papa Bas liked school initially, but soon he would get bored and become a young rebel. Will Kato cry and make a scene on his first day at a Thai school in the Esan district? Papa Bas asks uncle, ants, and friends what they think Kato will do? Papa Bas Boon and Mama Rak try to instruct young Kato, no fighting, no Batman and Spiderman imitations, be useful, behave, be nice.

Papa knows his son Kato will be alright and will not let himself get bullied, but how about the other kids? How will the teachers respond to Kato’s hyperactive behaviour? How will they deal with this energy “wonder”?

#KBF31 is another brilliant episode of the KatoBoonFamily series bringing you inside a Thai School in real-time. The end of this video will reveal Kato Boon third day at school, mama Rak is not amused.

(C) Bas Boon

About Bas Boon

”’Bas Boon”’ is the founder and has been the manager of Team Golden Glory since 1999, a network association of mixed martial artists, and kickboxers headquartered in the Netherlands and Thailand. He has trained and managed the likes of Alistair Overeem, Semmy Schilt, Sergei Kharitonov. Stefan Leko, Marloes Coenen, Nieky Holzken, Errol Zimmerman, Gokhan Saki and many more… Below is the biography on the Golden Glory website: :“Born and raised in Holland, Bastiaan Simon Boon is one of the most powerful figures in the fight business today. He has been promoting and producing fight events for the past 35 years. Today he is the owner of Golden Glory, the strongest and most feared fight team in the Globe. Currently Mr. Boon represents Pride, K1, Dream, UFC, and Too Hot To Handle fighters and champions. Something that has never happened before in the industry. Boon is the son of Kasper Boon the noted Professor, Doctor, and Engineer. At the age of 17, the young entrepreneur Bas Boon began his first sports-oriented company, Nikko Toshogu Sports, a Martial Arts equipment company that became enormously successful and quickly spawned a number of other businesses including Nikko Press, and production company. While still a teenager Boon became the youngest promoter of professional martial arts competitions sponsoring Thai Fighting and Kick Boxing events throughout Europe, promoting and producing more than 300 shows world-wide. As a television producer Boon was responsible for conceiving and creating 22 episodes of the series Oriental Fight Promotions which was broadcast by the Super Channel across Europe, he also produced 20 martial arts programs broadcast by Euro-Sport, and several free martial arts fighting events for the FOX TV Network in Holland. With long time partner Frederico Lapenda, Boon produced the “Red Light District” which was broadcast by FOX FILES in the United States. Boon is also the Producer of the series “You Gotta See This”, aired by FOX. Bas Boon also produced 5 Hollywood Movies together with partner Frederico Lapenda He has also distributed Fighting and Martial Arts shows for world-wide TV and DVD licensing. Boon’s ventures have generated numerous articles for such magazines as the German edition of Playboy, Dutch TV Guide, Revue, Actueel Panorama, all the major newspapers in Europe, and several sports and martial arts magazines in Japan and the United States.” Bas Boon was also an executive producer of the well-known Glory World Series which also was sold to Glory Sports International. In 2012. Bas Boon helped facilitate the sales of the Golden Glory and Nikko library to Glory Sports International and is affiliated as a consultant. Bas Boon can be found at the Fight Game Camp, Golden Glory in Pattaya, Thailand. 2- May 2012 Dureka Lang Carrasquill Tranberg capital:: Boon is a polarizing figure. Outspoken, unorthodox, and fiercely demanding when it comes to staging events, he is a suave entrepreneur with a business mind that switches between Wall Street and street hustler as the situation demands. Where the American mixed martial arts organization Ultimate Fighting Championship has the foul-mouthed fight fan Dana White as its president, GLORY has his European counterpart - the colorful and confrontational Bas Boon, president of GLORY Sports, the sporting division of GLORY Sports International (“GSI”). And where White is counterbalanced by the urbane Lorenzo Fertitta, so too is Boon contrasted with Marcus Luer, the GSI managing director.

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