"From the bottom of my heart, I would never want to change my team. In my hour of need Kru Zubair and Kru Chris constantly checked up on me, making sure I was okay when my mom got into a car accident. I love you guys so much, and thank you so much for helping me become a fighter and for helping me overcome emotional obstacles I've had. Thank you two and everybody at Warrior Muay Thai for everything."
- Amin Almelik (15 yrs old - June 27th, 2011)
"Dear Zubair you should know this. Today at school gym class, Rayyan asked a fellow student to use deodorant because he was smelling. In turn the the boy punched Rayyan in his face. Rayyan could have easily hurt him really bad, instead he kept calm and let the teacher take action. That boy was suspended the teacher and principal praised Rayyan for his self restrain and when she learnt Rayyan does kick boxing, she was all praises for Rayyans classes and instructors. Here is my thanks to all your instructors for building such discipline in your students. I am proud of Rayyan and Warrior Muay Thai."
- Afroz Khan (Father of Rayyan, 12 yrs old, June 15th, 2011)
“The Canadian world of Muay Thai cannot be spoken without mentioning (coach) Kru Zubair Khan. As founder and head of Warrior Muay Thai, he leads an impressive brotherhood of Champions. He leads by example and they perform in such a light. We shared a night as champions winning belts in our respective weight classes, but that night he won my heart as a brother. The enormous support of family, friends and community leaders that came to cheer Kru Zubair and share with him that night was amazing. The love, and humility he showed and gave them was enormously indicative of his character. His support while I was in Thailand was greatly needed and appreciated. Although we were technically from different camps, being Canadian, and being a true humble warrior broke all walls. All the way, to the last day he gave of his time, and of his knowledge. I will always remember that. He is a family man, a man of moral fiber and faith. I count myself fortunate to call him friend.”
-Kru Samir Seif (Head Coach of Samir's Combat Reaction, Stoney Creek, On - June 19, 2010)
"Warrior Muay Thai has created a strong brotherhood and friendly atmosphere, where I always feel the encouragement from both coaches and peer members. As a PhD student that majors in computer engineering, I used to have back pain due to long time sitting in front of the computer. Now my back pain is completely gone, and the flexibility of my legs, hips and lower back has also seen great improvement. Joining Warrior Muay Thai has made all those improvements happen in such a natural and enjoyable way. I feel lucky that I am a member of this great gym!"
-Di Niu, PhD Student
"Nothing has given me a shot in my unmotivated arms to get punching more than Warrior has! My gym routine was getting stale and I was looking for something challenging and enjoyable to spice things up. The Muay Thai training at Warrior is an hour-long total-body gauntlet. After a year of training at Warrior, I can still say that my muscles ache the next day. I love the sense of community that you guys foster and the way everyone encourages, supports, and welcomes new people into the fold. The owner and coaches of the gym are the real deal. They are knowledgeable and and experienced, and they clearly live and breathe Muay Thai. Their passion is reflected in the students who are willing to donate their time and effort to bring success to the gym, whether through training for a fight, building a ring, or installing new carpeting. In short, we're not just clients of a business, we're a group of friends who want to help the gym build upon its remarkable foundation because this place is worth it."
-Joanne Yeung, Member of women's program