Thai champions

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Special report

by Serge TREFEU (2020)

 

 

Today, there are many Thai champions who win many titles in their careers, in addition to the famous complimentary titles from the great stadiums of Bangkok.

In the 60s and 70s, the Thai champions who earned several belts of different stadiums were very rare. There were only two major important stadiums, the Radja and the Lumpinee stadiums and others a little less known. It was not until the 80s that some champions have won many titles to their list as Chamophet Ha Phalang (9 belts), Kongthoranee Payakaroon (6 belts), Saencherng Pinsinchai (5 belts), Chanchai Sor Tamrangsit (5 belts).

During the 1990s, with the appearance of many world champion titles, super-titled champions proliferated. Omnoi Stadium, which opened in the late 1980s, and the expanding TV7 Stadium, also increased the number of titles. Great champions conquered several belts such as Jomhod Kiatadisak (7 belts), Samkor Kietmontep (5 belts), Langsuan Phayutaphum (5 belts), Namsaknoi Yudthagarngamtor (5 belts).

The 2000s saw an enormous number of phenomena like Saenchai P.K. Saenchai (15 belts), Buakaw Banchamek (14 belts), Nong O Sit Or (12 belts), Singdam Kiatmuu9 (10 belts), Anuwat Keawsamrit (10 belts), Yodsaenklai Fairtex (10 belts), Jomthong Chuwattana (10 belts), Kem Sitsongpeenong (9 belts), Pornsanae Sitmonchai (8 belts), Orono Wor Petchpun (7 belts), Kongnapa Watcharawit (6 belts), Tongchai Tor Silachai (5 belts).

For the years 2010 and so far, young wonders of the rings have won numerous titles like Petchboonchu F.A. Group (14 belts), Sangmanee Sor Tianpo (9 belts), Phetmorakot Teeded 99 (8 belts), Sittisak Petchyatphahai (8 belts), Superlek Kiatmuu9 (8 belts), Sam-A Kayanghadao (7 belts), Phanpayak Jitmuangnon (6 belts), Seksan Sor Sommaï (6 belts), Yodpanomrung Jitmuangnon (6 belts), Penaik Sitnumnoi (6 belts), Komphet Sitsarawatseua (6 belts), Wanchalong P.K. Saenchai Gym (5 belts), Kiew Parunchai (5 belts), Jomhod Eminentair (5 belts)!

 

80's:

Chamophet Ha Phalang (9 belts)

Title: Lumpinee Champion in 102 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 108 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 112 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 118 lbs, Radja Champion in 105 lbs, Radja Champion in 122 lbs (2 times), Radja Champion in 126 lbs (2 times)

Particular Sign: Received the award of "Best Boxer of the Year" in 1985 by The Sport Writers Association of Thailand

 

Kongthoranee Payakaroon (6 belts)

Title: Lumpinee Champion in 102 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 108 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 112 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 115 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 118 lbs, European Champion in 140 lbs

Particular Sign: Received the award of "Best Boxer of the Year" in 1978 by The Sport Writers Association of Thailand

 

Saencherng Pinsinchai (5 belts)

Title: Lumpinee Champion in 105 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 112 lbs, Radja Champion in 118 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 122 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 130 lbs

 

Chanchai Sor Tamrangsit (5 belts)

Title: Lumpinee Champion in 118 lbs (2 times), Lumpinee Champion in 126 lbs, World Champion in 130 lbs, TV7 Champion in 130 lbs

 

90's:

Jomhod Kiatadisak (7 belts)

Title: Lumpinee Champion in 140 lbs, Radja Champion in 140 lbs, Radja Champion in 147 lbs, World Champion, WMC, ISKA, WPKL in 168 lbs, WKA Kick Boxing World Champion in 168 lbs

 

Samkor Kietmontep (5 belts)

Title: Lumpinee Champion in 122 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 135 lbs, Thailand Champion in 130 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 130 lbs, WMC World Champion in 154 lbs

 

Langsuan Phayutaphum (5 belts)

Title: Lumpinee Champion in 108 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 112 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 115 lbs, World Champion in 112 lbs and 115 lbs

Particular Sign: Received the award of "Best Boxer of the Year" in 1987 by The Sport Writers Association of Thailand

 

Namsaknoi Yudthagarngamtor (5 belts)

Title: Lumpinee Champion in 112 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 130 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 135 lbs, WMC World Champion in 112 lbs, WAKO World Champion in 154 lbs

Particular Sign: Received the award of "Best Boxer of the Year" in 1996 by The Sport Writers Association of Thailand and in 1999 by The Sports Authority of Thailand 

 

2000's:

Saenchai Sor Kingstar (15 belts)

Title: Lumpinee Champion in 115 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 118 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 130 lbs (3 times), Lumpinee Champion in 135 lbs (2 times), WPMF World Champion in 122 lbs, WPMF World Champion in 140 lbs, WBC World Champion in 135 lbs, WBC World Champion in 140 lbs, MIAA World Champion in 140 lbs, Toyota Tournament winner in 130 lbs and in 140 lbs, Thai Fight Tournament winner in 147 lbs

Particular Sign: Received the award of "Best Boxer of the Year" in 1999 and 2008 by The Sport Writers Association of Thailand. He also received in 2008 the award "Best fighter of the year" Siamkeela by the sports authority of Thailand

 

Buakaw Banchamek (14 belts)

Title: Thailand Champion in 126 lbs, Omnoi Champion in 122 lbs, Omnoi Champion in 126 lbs, Omnoi Champion in 135 lbs, World Champion S1, WMC, WBC Diamond and WBC in 160 lbs, Winner of the Toyota Tournament in 140 lbs, Winner of the K1 Max Tournament in 154 lbs (2 times), Winner of the Thai Fight Tournament in 154 lbs (2 times), Winner of the Kunlun Fight Tournament in 154 lbs

 

Nong O Sit Or (12 belts)

Title: Thailand Champion in 118 lbs, Thailand Champion in 122 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 122 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 126 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 130 lbs (2 times), Lumpinee Champion in 135 lbs, Radja Champion in 135 lbs, Thailand Champion in 135 lbs, Winner of the Toyota Tournament in 130 lbs and in 140 lbs, One Championship Champion in 145 lbs

Particular Sign: Received the award of "Best Boxer of the Year" in 2005 by The Sport Writers Association of Thailand and in 2010 by The Sports Authority of Thailand 

 

Singdam Kiatmuu9 (10 belts)

Title: Winner of the Toyota Tournament in 115 lbs, Thailand Champion in 126 lbs, Thailand Champion in 130 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 130 lbs, Thailand Champion in 135 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 135 lbs (2 times), Lumpinee Champion in 140 lbs, Winner of the Toyota Tournament in 140 lbs, WBC Diamond World Champion in 147 lbs

Particular Sign: Received the award of "Best Boxer of the Year" in 2002 by The Sport Writers Association of Thailand. Received the award of “Best boxer of Lumpinee stadium” in 2003

 

Anuwat Kaewsamrit (10 belts)

Title: Radja Champion in 105 lbs, Radja Champion in 108 lbs, Radja Champion in 112 lbs, Omnoi Champion in 122 lbs, Radja Champion in 126 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 126 lbs, Radja Champion in 130 lbs, WBC, WPMF and WMC World Champion in 135 lbs

Particular Sign: Received the award of "Best Boxer of the Year" in 2003 and 2004 by The Sport Writers Association of Thailand.

 

Yodsaenklai Fairtex (10 belts)

Title: Lumpinee Champion in 112 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 147 lbs, Thailand Champion in 154 lbs, WBC World Champion in 154 lbs, WMC World Champion in 160 lbs, WPMF World Champion in 168 lbs, Winner of the Toyota Tournament in 126 lbs, Winner of the King Cup Tournament in 160 lbs, Winner of the Thai Fight Tournament in 154 lbs, Winner of the Kunlun Fight Tournament in 154 lbs

 

Jomthong Chuwattana (10 belts)

Title: Radja Champion in 118 lbs, Radja Champion in 126 lbs, Radja Champion in 130 lbs, WMC World Champion in 126 lbs, WBC World Champion in 130 lbs, WBC World Champion in 135 lbs, World Champion S1 in 135 lbs, Winner of the Kunlun Fight Tournament in 154 lbs, Winner Max Muay Thai Tournament Gold belt in 147 lbs, Winner Max Muay Thai Tournament Silver belt in 147 lbs

Particular Sign: Received the award of "Best Boxer of the Year" in 2006 by The Sport Writers Association of Thailand.

 

Kem Sitsongpeenong (9 belts)

Title: Radja Champion in 130 lbs, Thailand Champion in 154 lbs, World Champion S1 in 154 lbs, WMC World Champion in 154 lbs, MTA World Champion in 154 lbs, WBC World Champion in 154 lbs, Winner of Toyota tournament in 147 lbs and 154 lbs, Winner of the Thai Fight tournament in 154 lbs

 

Pornsanae Sitmonchai (8 belts)

Title: Radja Champion in 115 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 122 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 126 lbs, WMC World Champion in 126 lbs, Thailand Champion in 130 lbs, Omnoi Champion in 130 lbs, Winner of the Toyota Tournament in 118 lbs, Winner of the TV7 tournament in 110 lbs

Particular Sign: Received the award of "Best Boxer of the Year" Siamkeela in 2009 by The Sports Authority of Thailand. Received the award of "Best boxer of Lumpinee stadium" in 2010.

 

Orono Wor Petchpun (7 belts)

Title: Thailand Champion in 126 lbs, Thailand Champion in 130 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 130 lbs, WMC World Champion in 120 lbs, WPMF World Champion in 140 lbs, WFCA World Champion in 147 lbs, World Champion It's Show Time in 147 lbs

 

Kongnapa Watcharawit (6 belts)

Title: Radja Champion in 122 lbs, Radja Champion in 126 lbs, Radja Champion in 130 lbs, Radja Champion in 140 lbs, IKF World Champion in 154 lbs, IKF World Champion in 160 lbs

 

Tongchai Tor Silachai (5 belts)

Title: Lumpinee Champion in 105 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 108 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 112 lbs, Radja Champion in 115 lbs, WMC World Champion in 115 lbs

Particular Sign: Received the award of "Best Boxer of the Year" in 2001 by The Sport Writers Association of Thailand.

 

2010's:

Petchboonchu F.A. Group (14 belts)

Title: Thailand Champion in 105 lbs, Thailand Champion in 108 lbs, Thailand Champion in 112 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 118 lbs, Thailand Champion in 122 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 126 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 130 lbs, Thailand Champion in 135 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 135 lbs, WMC World Champion in 135 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 135 lbs, Thailand Champion in 140 lbs, Radja Champion in 140 lbs, Toyota Tournament Winner in 145 lbs

Particular Sign: Received the award of "Best Boxer of the Year" Siamkeela in 2013 by The Sports Authority of Thailand. Received the award of "Best boxer of Lumpinee stadium" in 2013 and 2014.

 

Sangmanee Sor Tianpo (9 belts)

Title: Winner of the Tarok Nung Laan (Baby Million) tournament in 105 lbs, Winner of the Lumpinee tournament in 126 lbs, Radja champion in 115 lbs, Radja champion in 112 lbs, Radja champion in 108 lbs, World champion S1 in 112 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 105 lbs, True4U Champion in 135 lbs, Top King World Champion in 140 lbs

Particular Sign: Received the award of "Best Boxer of the Year" in 2012 by The Sport Writers Association of Thailand.

 

Phetmorakot Teeded 99 (8 belts)

Title: Omnoi Champion in 135 lbs, Thailand Champion in 130 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 130 lbs, TV7 Champion in 130 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 126 lbs, TV7 Champion in 118 lbs, Thailand Champion in 108 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 105 lbs

Sittisak Petchphayathai (9 belts)

Title: TV7 Champion in 135 lbs, WMO World Champion in 140 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 135 lbs, Omnoi Champion in 135 lbs, WPMF world champion in 135 lbs, TV7 Champion in 130 lbs, Thailand Champion in 130 lbs, TV7 Champion in 122 lbs, TV7 Champion in 108 lbs

 

Superlek Kiatmuu9 (8 belts)

Title: AMTM Champion in 135 lbs, MNA Champion in 135 lbs, WBC World Champion in 130 lbs, Thailand Champion in 126 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 118 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 115 lbs, Thailand Champion in 112 lbs, Thailand Champion in 105 lbs

Particular Sign: Received the award of "Best Boxer of the Year" in 2012 by The Sports Authority of Thailand.

 

Sam A Kayanghaadao (7 belts)

Title: Lumpinee Champion in 115 lbs, Thailand Champion in 115 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 122 lbs, Thailand Champion in 122 lbs, Thailand Champion in 126 lbs, Toyota Tournament Winner in 126 lbs, One Championship Champion in 135 lbs

Particular Sign: Received the award of "Best Boxer of the Year" Siamkeela in 2010 and 2011 by The Sports Authority of Thailand. Received the award of "Best boxer of Lumpinee stadium" in 2011.

 

Phanpayak Jitmuangnon (6 belts)

Title: Lumpinee Champion in 126 lbs (2 times), Lumpinee Champion in 118 lbs (2 times), Radja Champion in 108 lbs, Radja Champion in 105 lbs

Particular Sign: Received the award of "Best Boxer of the Year" in 2013, 2014 and 2015 by The Sport Writers Association of Thailand.

 

Seksan Sor Sommai (6 belts)

Title: Radja Champion in 140 lbs, WBC World Champion in 140 lbs, IBF World Champion in 135 lbs, Kunlun Fight Tournament Winner in 135 lbs, Muay Thai Warriors World Champion in 135 lbs, TV7 Champion in 122 lbs

Particular Sign: Received the award of "Best Boxer of the Year" Siamkeela in 2015 by The Sports Authority of Thailand.

 

Yodpanomrung Jitmuangnon (6 belts)

Title: Thailand champion in 140 lbs, WMC world champion in 140 lbs, TV7 champion in 140 lbs, TV7 champion in 135 lbs, WPMF world champion in 135 lbs, Omnoi champion in 135 lbs

Particular Sign: Received in 2014 the award of “best fight of the year in TV7 stadium”

 

Penaik Sitnumnoi (6 belts)

Title: Omnoi Champion in 126 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 126 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 130 lbs, TV7 Champion in 130 lbs, Thailand Champion in 126 lbs, WPMF World Champion in 126 lbs

Particular Sign: Received the award of "Best Boxer of the Year" in 2011.

 

Komphet Sitsarawatseua (6 belts)

Title: Thailand champion in 108 lbs, Lumpinee champion in 108 lbs, TV7 champion in 108 lbs, TV7 champion in 112 lbs, Lumpinee champion in 112 lbs, Lumpinee champion in 118 lbs

 

Wanchalong P.K. Saenchai Gym (5 belts)

Title: TV7 Champion in 112 lbs, TV7 Champion in 115 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 108 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 115 lbs (2 times)

 

Kiew Parunchai (5 belts)

Title: TV7 Champion in 105 lbs, Thailand Champion in 112 lbs, Lumpinee Champion in 112 lbs (2 times), Lumpinee Champion in 115 lbs

 

Jomhod Eminentair (5 belts)

Title: S1 World Champion in 105 lbs, TV7 Champion in 108 lbs, TV7 Champion in 115 lbs, Radja Champion in 115 lbs, M-1 World Champion in 115 lbs

 

 

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