Reality TV star, model and Muay Thai enthusiast Kaz Crossley has launched a new collection of clothing for the latter sport. The half Thai social media star shared some exclusive photos on Instagram just now.

Crossley has traveled the world to train Muay Thai and is a regular visitor to the Wor Watthana Gym in Korat. It seems she has some friends who are into the sport too as the 28 year old shared some photos of them modelling the new line of clothing along with a caption that reads,

I can’t believe I’m saying this. I have my very own collection with Venum!

Online following

Venum has a long association with Muay Thai. The synonymous training camp in Pattaya is home to the likes of Alaverdi Ramazanov and Sajad Sattari. 

The company also replaced Reebok as the UFC’s official apparel sponsor in 2020. It has sponsored kickboxing stars like Giorgio Petrosyan and Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong who, like Ramazanov, are among the top contenders currently on the ONE Championship roster.

But none of them has quite as large an online following as Crossley who boasts an impressive 1.1 million Instagram followers. She made her name appearing on Love Island, the British reality TV show that also helped made Tommy Fury a household name in the UK.

Well travelled 

Crossley features regularly in the tabloid press. But when she wants to let off steam the half Thai beauty likes nothing better than to go and work out with a Muay Thai trainer.

She has travelled as far afield as Costa Rica and Mexico to train Muay Thai as well as making regular trips to Thailand. Crossley also appears to be a big MMA fan who has been pictured cageside at UFC and Bellator events in the UK.

By the looks of it she isn’t the only social media star in the UK who has got into Muay Thai. Crossley is pictured alongside fellow models Clarisse Juliettè and Ellie Brown.

Between them these three ladies have 2.6 million followers on Instagram. It just goes to show that Muay Thai is becoming a truly mainstream source, as well as an unlikely source of inspiration for some influential figures in the fashion industry.