TOP YOD 2018/2019 OF 135 LBS/140 LBS

Special report

by Serge TREFEU (2019)

 

 

The categories of 135 lbs and 140 lbs are currently categories where evolve great Thai champions who have often met several times. Great stars of the rings fight in these very high categories such as Superlek, Tanonchai, Phanpayak, Rodtang, Yodlekphet, Sangmanee, Seksan, Tawanchai, Kulapdam, Muangthai.

French Yod (Super Champion) Rafi Singpatong (Lumpinee Champion, WMC World Champion, WBC World Champion) although he is normally in the 147 lbs category (Rafi is the current Lumpinee Champion in 147 lbs), has recently challenged champions in this category, he made fights in 140 lbs against champions like Inseetong Por Pinnapath (Victory), Attachai Thor Morsee (Victory), Kongsak PK Saenchai Gym (Victory), Chujaroen Dabransarakarm (Defeat), Manachai Yokhaosanchai Gym (Victory), Chamuakthong Fighter Muay Thai (Victory), Yodpanomrung Jitmuangnon (Victory), Sangmanee Sor Tienpho (Defeat), Yodlekphet Or Pitisak (Defeat).

 

RAFI SINGPATONG

 

Malaysian champion Amir Nasri (WMC World Champion, A1 World Champion) fighting for the Tiger Muay Thai Gym in Phuket also won in the 140 lbs category. On July 27, 2019, he became the second foreigner in the world to win the Omnoi stadium belt (The first is Youssef Boughanem, Omnoi champion in 160 lbs in 2015). Amir Nasri defeated Petchmahachon Jitmuangnon for the title of Omnoi champion in 140 lbs!

 

AMIR TIGER MUAYTHAI GYM

 

The Jitmuangnon Gym, a true champion factory, provides the biggest Yod in these categories with Phanpayak, Rodtang, Nuenglanlek and Yodpanomrung. Then, the famous Teeded 99 Gym is also well represented with Superball, Phetmorakot and Yodlekphet as well as P.K. Saenchai Gym with Kawna, Tawanchai and Muangthai. The big camps of Bangkok are also full of talented champions in several categories including 135 lbs and 140 lbs such as Sor Sommai Gym with Phet-Utong and Seksan, Petchyindee Academy Gym with Mongkolpetch, Kietpetch Gym with Sittisak, 13 Coins Gym with Sangmanee or Sit Chef Boontham Gym with Phanpayak. The famous provincial camp Kiatmuu9 is mainly the star Superlek in the category 135 lbs and in 140 lbs the great champions Phetpanomrung and Singdam. But Phetpanomrung and Singdam are no longer fighting in the big stadiums of Bangkok, they only fight abroad now.

 

Yod category 135 lbs

 


Age: 24 years 

City of birth: Tako Tapi (Buriram region in the northeast)

Team: Kiatmuu 9 Gym

Title: WBC World Champion in 130 lbs (2016), Thailand Champion in 126 lbs (2013), Lumpinee Champion in 118 lbs (2013), Lumpinee Champion in 115 lbs (2012), Thailand Champion in 112 lbs ( 2011), Thailand champion in 105 lbs (2011)

Purse: 100,000 Baht

Opponents he beat: Sarawut Phitaphadeang, Wanchai Rambo Isaan, Palangpon Watcharachai, Mondam Sor Weerapon (KO), Hongtonglek Chor Faplaengsi, Phetsakon FA Group, Rungphet Kaiyanghadao (KO), Fonluang Sitboonmee, Tong Puideenaidee, Wanpichit Meenayothin, Superbank Sackchaichote, Ponsanae Sitmonchai (KO), Bangpleenoi 96 Peenang (KO), Khaimukkhao Por Thairungruangkamai (KO), Muangthai PK Saenchai, Thanonchai Thanakorn, Sangmanee Sor Tienpho, Superbon Teemuangleuy (KO), Seksun Sor Sommaï, Phanpayak Jitmuangnon, Sangmanee Sor Tienpo, Phet Utong Or Kwanmuang, Rungkao Wor Sangprapai, Suakim P.K. Saenchai Gym

Particular Sign: Superlek is the nephew of star Singdam Kiatmuu 9 and champion Suadam Kiatmuu 9. This young prodigy was already champion of Thailand at only 16 years old and at just 17 years old he became champion of Lumpinee. Superlek was elected “Best Boxer of the Year 2012” by the Sports Authority of Thailand. In 2014, Superlek beat two great champions by KO. On September 10, at the Radja stadium, he struck down in the first round with a superb High Kick, the bull Pornsanae Sitmonchai. One month later, on 9 October, at the stadium of the Radja, he put KO in the third round, Khaimukkhao Por Thairungruangkamai. Superlek also beat twice by KO the fearsome Bangpleenoi 96 Peenang, in 2015 and 2016. Superlek fights in 130 lbs in stadiums in Bangkok and in 135 lbs in the organization One Championship

Match in 2018 (3 wins, 2 losses, 1 draw):

On January 25, he beat by points Phet Utong Or Kwanmuang

On June 14, he drew against Phet Utong Or Kwanmuang

On August 17, he lost by points against Phanpayak Jitmuangnon

On October 13, he beat England's Jonathan Haggerty by injury.

On October 29, he beat by KO Spanish Cristian Opazos

On December 26, he lost by points against Kawna P.K. Saenchai Gym

Match in 2019 (6 wins, 1 loss, 1 draw):

On February 16, he defeated Cambodian Lao Chetra

On April 4, he beat by points Rungkit Morbeskamala

On May 10 he beat by points Portuguese Rui Botelho

On July 11, he lost by points against Rungkao Wor Sangprapai

On August 8, he beat by points Rungkao Wor Sangprapai

On September 5, he beat by points Rungkit Wor Sanprapai points

On October 5th, he drew against Kawna P.K. Saenchai Gym

On November 7, he beat by points Suakim P.K. Saenchai Gym

 

Age: 26 years

City of birth: Satuek (Buriram region in the northeast)

Team: V. Win Gym

Title: S1 World Champion in 130 lbs. Thanonchai has not yet conquered Bangkok's stadium belt, he fought and lost for the Radja belt in 2007, the Lumpinee belt in 2013 and the Thailand belt in 2013 and 2014.

Purse: 100,000 Baht

Opponents he beat: Lamnammoon Sakchaichote, Luknimit Singkhlongsi, Fonluang Sitboonmee, Rungrat Naratrikul, Phetthavee Sor Kitichai, Sangmanee Sor Tianpo, Muangthai P.K. Seanchai, Seksun Or Kwanmuang, Yodtongthai Por Telakoon, Sirimongkol P.K. Seanchai, Thaksinlek Kiatniwat, Phet-Utong Or Kwanmuang (KO), Phanpayak Sitjatit (KO)

Particular Sign: Formed by the legend Sangtiennoi, he fought then for the other legend of the rings Samart Payakaroon. Today he fights for Camp V. Win Gym in Koh Samui. Thanonchai is nicknamed by the fans of Muay Thai, «Rambo 2» in reference to the great champion of the 80s «Pongsiri Rambo Por Ruamruedee», one of the biggest durable boxer in the history of Muay Thai. Thanonchai also has on his shorts the famous «Skull of Death» worn by Rambo Pongsiri. Thanonchai’s terrible clashes in 2014 and 2015 against Seksan and Sangmanee can be ranked among the hardest fights of the year. In 2015, Thanonchai was voted "Best Boxer of the Year" by Siam Kilaa magazine. After almost two years without fighting, Thanonchai came back in force on the rings in 2019 where he beat the fearsome Yassine Hamlaoui on March 16

Match in 2019 (5 wins):

On March 16th, he beat by points the French Yassine Hamlaoui

On June 17, he beat by points Iran's Mostafa Tabtaghzade

On July 22, he beat by points Cambodian Ly Phea

On September 15, he beat by KO Chinese Liu Moudon

On October 17, he beat by KO Thaksinlek Kiatniwat

 

Age: 24 years 

City of birth: Buriram (Northeast)

Team: Sor Sommai Gym

Title: Radja Champion in 130 lbs (2016, 2017)

Purse: 100,000 Baht

Opponents he beat: Luknimit Singklongsi, Jatujak Sakhomsin, Mongkolchai Kwaytonggym, Phetmorakot Wor Sungprapai, Nongbeer Chokngarmwong, Superbank Mor Ratanabandit, Songkom Srisuriyanyothin, Singtongnoi Por Telakoon (KO), Superlek Kiatmuu9 (KO), Thaksinlek Kiatniwat, Samingdej Dekfaifa (KO), Phanpayak Sitjatik, Saen Parunchai (KO), Phanpayak Jitmuangnon (KO), Nuenglanlek Jitmuangnon (KO), Kawna P.K. Saenchai Gym, Suakim P.K. Saenchai Gym

Particular Sign: The father of Phet Utong is a former champion named Tawatchai and his uncle is the legendary Fasuchon Sit O (Best fighter of the year in 2000, 3 times Thailand champion, Lumpinee champion, 500 fights). Phet Utong is one of the few fighters to have beaten by KO stars Superlek Kiatmuu9 and Phanpayak Jitmuangnon. Phet Utong also beat the phenomenal Superbank by points. In 2016, Phet Utong received the "Best Fighter of the Year" award from The Sports Writers Association of Thailand

Match in 2018 (4 wins, 3 losses, 1 draw):

On January 25, he lost by points against Superlek Kiatmuu9

On February 20, he beat by points Phetwason Or Daokajai

On March 22, he beat by KO Extra Sitworrapat

On June 14, he drew against Superlek Kiatmuu9

On July 25, he beat by KO Yamin Rattanabundit University

On November 9, he beat by points the French Arthur Meyer

On November 29, he lost by points against Superball Teeded 99

On December 21, he lost by points against Superball Teeded 99

Match in 2019 (2 wins, 2 losses):

On January 10, he lost by points against Jamsak Supermuay

On April 30, he beat by points Suakim P.K. Saenchai Gym

On May 29, he lost by KO against Rungkit Wor Sanprapai

On October 10, he beat by points Rungkao Wor Sanprapai

 

Age: 23 years 

City of birth: Nong Bua Lamphu (Northeast)

Team: Teeded 99 Gym

Title: Thailand Champion in 122 lbs (2014)

Purse: 100,000 Baht

Opponents he beat: Jamesak Sak Buriram, Tong Puideenaidee, Songkhom Sakhomsi, Bangpleenoi 96 Peenang, Jompichit Sitchefboontham, Phet Uthong Or Khwanmuang (3 times), Petchnangam Or Khwanmuang (KO), Yok Pranchai, Yamin P.K. Saenchai Gym (KO)

Particular Sign: Superball is from the same region as superstar Yodsaenklai Fairtex, Nong Bua Lamphu. Nicknamed Khun Khao Nong Bua (The Kneeling of Nong Bua), he was Thailand champion in 122 lbs, a belt he won on April 11, 2014 against Choknumchai Sitjakong by beating him by KO in the second round. Superball fought several years for the great Petchyindee Academy Gym. Today, he trains at Teeded 99 Gym which is located in Bangkok at the top of a building. This camp has had great champions like Superbank Sakchaichot and Phetmorakot Teeded 99. Superball is currently among the best in the category of 135 lbs

Match in 2018 (5 wins, 1 loss):

On May 23, he beat by points Yok Pranchai

On July 12, he beat by KO Petchnangam Or Khwanmuang

On October 4, he beat by points Yamin P.K. Saenchai Gym

On November 7, he lost by points against Kawna P.K. Saenchai Gym

On November 29, he beat by points Phet Uthong Or Khwanmuang

On December 20, he beat by points Phet Uthong Or Khwanmuang

Match in 2019 (3 wins, 2 losses):

On February 7, he beat by points Phet Uthong Or Khwanmuang

On April 25, he lost by points against Kawna P.K. Saenchai Gym

On May 30, he lost by KO against Yamin P.K. Saenchai Gym

On September 2, he beat by KO Yamin P.K. Saenchai Gym

On November 7, he beat by points Yamin P.K. Saenchai Gym

 

Age: 24 years 

City of birth: Roi Et (Northeast)

Team: Petchyindee Academy

Title: Winner of the Toyota Marathon Tournament in 140 lbs (2018), Lumpinee Champion in 130 lbs (2017)

Purse: 120,000 baht

Opponents he beat: Khunkrai Parunchai (KO), Rungpetch Kiatcharoenchai (KO), Sakchainoi M-Uden, Serkim Sit-Sor Tor Taew, Saen Parunchai, Yodthongthai Sor Sommai, Nawapon Lukprakrit, Petchsongphat Sitjareonsap, Yok Parunchai, Phet Uthong Or Khwanmuang, Chanasuk Kor Kampanat (KO)

Particular Sign: Mongkolpetch was previously called Mongkoldechlek Kesa Gym and fought for the small Kesa Gym camp in Bangkok. He joined the famous Petchyindee Academy camp in 2018. On September 6, 2017, Mongkolpetch won the Lumpinee Belt in 130 lbs against Serkim Sit-Sor Tor Taew. On December 21, 2018, in southern Thailand in Hatyai, he won the famous Toyota Marathon tournament in 140 lbs by defeating Petchsongphat Sitjareonsap. In 2017, Mongkolpetch won the TV7 Best Fight Trophy at the TV7 stadium for his victorious match against Nawapon Lukprakrit

Match in 2018 (3 wins, 4 losses):

On January 19, he beat by points Phetpabut Situbon

On March 6, he lost by points against Muangthai P.K. Saenchaigym

On June 5, he lost by points against Suakim P.K. Saenchaigym

On July 6, he beat by points Yok Parunchai

On September 13, he lost by points against Yamin P.K. Saenchaigym

On November 22, he lost by points against Detsakda Pukongyat-Udomsuk

On December 21, he beat by points Petchsongphat Sitjareonsap

Match in 2019 (6 wins, 1 loss):

On January 19, he beat by points New Zealander Alexi Serepisos

On March 20, he beat by KO Chanasuk Kor Kampanat

On April 24, he beat by points Petchgnam Kietkampon

On July 18, he beat by points Phet Uthong Or Khwanmuang

On September 6, he beat by points Italian Joseph Lasiri

On October 18, he beat by points Thiradej Chor Hapayak

On November 21, he lost by points against Rungkit Wor Sangpraphai

 

Age: 28 years 

City of birth: Chai Montri (Nakhon Si Thamarat region in the south)

Team: P.K. Saenchai Gym

Title: Phoenix World Champion in 130 lbs (2018), Lumpinee Champion in 108 lbs (2007)

Purse: 120,000 baht

Opponents he beat: Petpanomrung Kiatmuu9, Luknimit Singklongsi (KO), Superbank Sakchaichote, Phetmorakot Teded99, Superlek Kiatmuu9, Saen Parunchai, Jamsak Sakburiram (KO), Nuenglanlek Jitmuangnon, Phet Utong Or Kwanmuang, Seksan Sor Sommai, Superball Teeded99

Particular Sign: Kawna was trained early at the Muay Thai at the age of 5 in the Thor Kanya camp where his father was the head coach, a camp that was in the southern region of Thung Song. Kawna’s name was Nongbeer Chokngamwong and he fought then for 10 years for the Petchsupapan Gym, a camp in the Petchaburi region located 80 km south of Bangkok. It's was under the colours of Petchsupapan Gym that he won his 108 lbs Lumpinee belt at the age of 17. In 2017, he joined P.K. Saenchai Gym in Bangkok. On 26 February 2018, he beat the star Superbank Sakchaichote for the Phoenix World Champion title in 130 lbs. Kawna and Superbank faced off five times with 2 wins each and one draw. Kawna also beat the terrible Seksan Sor Sommai 3 times

Match in 2018 (7 wins, 1 loss, 1 draw):

On January 25, he lost by points against Petchwason Daowkrajai

On February 26, he beat by points Superbank Sakchaichote

On April 28, he beat by points Petchwason Daowkrajai

On June 28, he drew against Seksan Sor Sommai

On July 25, he beat by points Seksan Sor Sommai

On September 27, he beat by points Seksan Sor Sommai

On November 7, he beat by points Superball Teeded99

On December 9, he beat by KO the Japanese Nobu Bravely

On December 26, he beat by points Superlek Kiatmuu9

Match in 2019 (2 wins, 2 losses, 1 draw):

On April 25, he beat by points Superball Teeded99

On May 29, he lost by points against Seksan Sor Sommai

On August 16, he lost by points against Phanpayak Jitmuangnon

On October 5, he drew against Superlek Kiatmuu9

On November 7, he beat by points Seksan Sor Sommai

 

Age: 23 years 

City of Birth: Samut Prakarn (Central Region, 30 Km from Bangkok)

Team: Jitmuangnon Gym

Title: Lumpinee Champion in 126 lbs (2015), Lumpinee Champion in 118 lbs (2014), Radja Champion in 108 lbs (2013), Radja Champion in 105 lbs (2012)

Purse: 150,000 Baht

Opponents he beat: Jomhod Eminentair, Wanchalong P.K. Saenchai Gym (KO), Phet Or Phimonsri, Suakim Sit Sor Thor Taew, Lukmimit Singklongsi, Sam-A Kaiyanghadaogym (KO), Superlek Kiatmuu9 (4 times), Kawna P.K. Saenchai Gym (5 times), Chalam Parunchai (KO), Superbank Mor Ratanabandit, Rodlek Jaotalaytong, Phet Utong Or Kwanmuang, Seksan Sor Sommai, Sangmanee Sor Tienpo, Phanpayak Sitchefboontham

Particular Sign: Formed at Luksadet Bangmanhai Gym, Phanpayak now represents Jitmuangnon Gym in Nonthaburi, north of Bangkok. This longiligne and technical boxer is a young prodigy who won his first Radja belt in 105 lbs at the age of 16 by beating Phet Or Phimonsri. At only 23 years of age, he already totals 286 fights for 243 victories, 40 defeats, and 3 draws to his credit. The young Phanpayak received in March 2016 for the third time in a row the prestigious trophy of "Best boxer of the year" which is given by the famous institution The Sport Writers Association of Thailand. He won this famous trophy in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Phanpayak is entering the pantheon of champions by being the first to win this trophy three times in a row, he received a special cup for this performance

Match in 2018 (4 wins, 2 losses):

On February 20, he lost by points against Yodlekpet Or Pitisak

On May 12, he lost by KO against the Brazilian Henrique Muller

On July 7, he beat by points Brazilian Davisson Paixao

On August 16, he beat by points Superlek Kiatmuu9

On October 27, he beat by points Iranian Ehsan Khorshidvand

On December 27, he beat by points Portuguese Rui Botelho

Match in 2019 (4 wins, 1 loss):

On January 31, he lost by KO against Muangthai P.K. Saenchai Gym

On July 18, he beat by points Yamin P.K. Saenchai Gym

On August 16, he beat by points Kawna P.K. Saenchai Gym

On September 6, he beat by points Japanese Masahide Kudo

On November 28, he beat by points Phanpayak Sitchefboontham

 

Age: 22 years

City of birth: Phattalung (South Region)

Team: Jitmuangnon Gym

Title: World Champion One Championship in 135 lbs (2019), Omnoi Champion in 130 lbs (2017), Max Muay Thai Champion in 126 lbs (2016)

Purse: 150,000 Baht

Opponents he beat: Mongkonkeaw Sor Sommai (KO), Suakim P.K. Saenchai Gym, Sakchainoi M.U.Den (KO), Phetnamgnam Or Kwanmuang, Petchdam Petchyindee Academy, Rodlek Jaotalaytong, Superbank Mor Ratanabandit, Chorfah Thor Sangtiennoi, Seksan Sor Sommai

Particular Sign: Rodtang comes from a very poor family whose parents worked in the latex harvest, he's the 8th child of a family of 10 brothers and sisters. Rodtang was trained at the Kietchoochom Gym in Paphayom in the southern region of Phattalung. At the age of 13, he joined the famous Jitmuangnon Gym in Bangkok, his first birthday cake was offered by the owners of the Jitmuangnon Gym, for lack of financial means, Rodtang’s parents were never able to buy him a cake or a birthday present. His fighting name Rodtang (Battle Tank) was given to him by his first coach who loved the Radja champion, Peunkon (Machine Gun) Thor Surat who is also from the Phattalung region. And Rodtang carried his fighting name well because he became a powerful Muay Mat (Strong in fist) who advances over his opponents like a tank, taking the hits. Rodtang is nicknamed by Muay Thai fans «The Iron Man». Today, Rodtang has become very rich thanks to his big purse which he receives in particular in the famous One Championship organization. On August 2, 2019, he won the One Championship World Champion Belt by defeating English Jonathan Haggerty, a belt he victoriously defended two months later against Brazilian Walter Goncalves

Match in 2018 (9 wins, 2 losses):

On February 8, he beat by points Petchdam Petchyindee Academy

On March 28, he beat by points Suakim P.K. Saenchai Gym

On April 28, he beat by points Phetnamgnam Gold Kwanmuang

On May 23, he beat by points Rodlek Jaotalaytong

On June 16, he lost by points against Japanese Tenshin Nasukawa

On July 12, he beat by KO Mongkonkeaw Sor Sommai

On August 7, he beat by points Superbank Mor Ratanabandit

On August 30, he beat by points Chorfah Thor Sangtiennoi

On September 22, he beat by points Dutch Sergio Wielzen

On October 25, he lost by points against Rungkit Morbeskamala

On November 17, he beat by points Japanese Egawa Yuki

Match in 2019 (8 wins):

On January 25, he beat by points Tunisian Fahdi Khaled

On March 7, he beat by points Chorfah Thor Sangtiennoi

On March 31, he beat by points French Hakim Hamech

On May 10, he beat by KO Cambodian Sok Thy

On August 2, he beat by points English Jonathan Haggerty

On August 16, he beat by points Seksan Sor Sommai

On September 12, he beat by points Seksan Sor Sommai

On October 13, he beat by points Brazilian Walter Goncalves

 

Age: 23 years 

City of birth: Kalasin (Northeast)

Team: Jitmuangnon Gym

Title: Omnoi Champion in 135 lbs (2018), Lumpinee Champion in 130 lbs (2016)

Purse: 100,000 Baht

Opponents he beat: Sirimongkol P.K. Saenchai, Yokvitaya Phetsimuu, Grandprixnoi Pitakpaphadeang, Jamsak Sakburiram, Petnamgam Or Kwanmuang, Kaimookao Petchyindee Academy (KO), Rodlek Jaotalaytong, Design Rachanon (KO), Phanpayak Sitchefboontham, Kulapdam Sor Jor Piak Uthai (KO), Muangthai P.K. Saenchai Gym (KO), Yodlekpet Or Pitisak

Particular Sign: Nuenglanlek is the eldest of a family of three brothers and sisters. He was trained at Muay Thai at the age of 6 by his father, a former great boxer named Neungpeuncent Sor Rungniwet. Nuenglanlek fought under the name of Pornpitak Sit Phorjor, he fought for several boxing camps such as the Sor Rathanakhun, the Sittikanchai and the Sor Sommai Gym before joining the Jitmuangnon Gym at the age of 18 where he is now. Nicknamed Khun Hua Khao Phalang Maa (The knee with horse power), it is a formidable Muay Khao (Strong in knees). On August 5, 2016, he won the Lumpinee belt in 130 lbs against TV7 champion Jamsak Sakburiram. Nuenglanlek is one of the few fighters to have twice beaten by KO stars Kulapdam Sor Jor Piak Uthai and Muangthai P.K. Saenchai Gym

Match in 2018 (3 wins, 5 losses):

On February 8, he lost by points against Kaimookao Petchyindee Academy

On March 17, he beat by KO Kaimookao Petchyindee Academy

On May 1, he lost by points against Kulapdam Sor Jor Piak Uthai

On June 16, he beat by points Extra Sitworapat

On July 10, he lost by points against Tawanchai P.K. Saenchai Gym

On September 6, he beat by points Phanpayak Sitchefboontham

On November 8, he lost by points against Sangmanee Sor Tienpo

On December 7, he lost by points against Tawanchai P.K. Saenchai Gym

Match in 2019 (4 wins, 1 loss):

On February 12, he beat by KO Kulapdam by Sor Jor Piak Uthai

On March 27, he beat by KO Muangthai P.K. Saenchai Gym

On May 10, he lost by points against Kulapdam Sor Jor Piak Uthai

On July 4, he beat by points Yodlekpet Or Pitisak

On October 5, he beat by KO Kulapdam by Sor Jor Piak Uthai

On November 7, he beat by KO Muangthai P.K. Saenchai Gym

 

Age: 27 years 

City of birth: Maha Sarakham (Northeast)

Team: Teeded 99 Gym

Title: Omnoi Champion in 135 lbs (2019), Thailand champion in 130 lbs (2016), Lumpinee champion in 130 lbs (2016), TV7 champion in 130 lbs (2016), Lumpinee champion in 126 lbs (2014), TV7 champion in 118 lbs (2013), Thailand champion in 108 lbs (2011), Lumpinee champion in 105 lbs (2010)

Purse: 100,000 Baht

Opponents he beat: Satarnfar Eminentair (KO), Norasing Lukbanyai, Rungphet Kiatjareonchai, Fonluang Sitboonme, Apidet Sor Somai, Nuenglanlek Jitmuangnon, Design Rajanont, Mongkoldetlek Kesagym, Jompichit Sitchefboonthum, Palaphon Pumphanmuang, Phetsaifar Sor Jor Vichipadriew, Chalamsuk Nitisamui, Phetkecha Prasoetratchaphan

Particular Sign: Phetmorakot was trained at Teeded 99 Gym at the age of 12. He's also training today in the camp created by the star Superbank, the Arrakkha 57 Gym which is located in the Pathumthani region, very close to the northern suburbs of Bangkok. Phetmorakot won his first Lumpinee belt at 18, the Lumpinee belt in 105 lbs. On May 25, 2019, he won his eighth belt, defeating Chalamsuk Nitisamui for the Omnoi stadium championship belt in 135 lbs, a title he still holds to this day. Phetmorakot is a superb technician, an experienced champion who made 207 fights with 178 wins, 26 losses and 3 draws. He is one of the most successful champions of his generation, he has won titles in three of the four largest stadiums in Bangkok, the stadium of Lumpinee, stadium TV7 and the stadium of Omnoi

Match in 2018 (2 defeats):

On January 12, he lost by KO against Aphiwat Sor Somnuk

On November 11, he lost by points against Taksila Chor Haa Phayak

Match in 2019 (3 wins, 2 losses):

On January 8, he lost by KO against Tuanpai Sor Sommai

On April 2, he beat by points Mueangfanlek Por Phetsiri

On May 25, he beat by points Chalamsuk Nitisamui

On August 16, he lost by KO against Denkriangkrai Singhmawin

On November 12, he beat by points Phetkecha Prasoetratchaphan

 

Age: 22 years

City of birth: Khiri Rat Nikhom (Surat Thani region in the south)

Team: Jakkayanmuaythai Gym

Title: TV7 Champion in 135 lbs (2018)

Purse: 80,000 baht

Opponents he beat: Petchpadung Phetsimuu (KO), Pornchainoi Teeded99 (KO), Petchkasa Prasertratchaphan, Sakchainoi M.U. Den, Petchsuriya M.U. Den, Jamsak Sakburiram, Inseetong Por Pinnapat, Shadow Suan Ahanpikmai

Particular Sign: Ferrari’s real name Kittiphop Muangphrom was formed at the Kiat Ratsada Gym, a small camp near his home. He then fought for the Kor Sathian Gym camp in Phupin, a camp in the Surat Thani region of southern Thailand, fighting under the name of Petchsingkhorn Kor Sathian Gym. This camp closed and Ferrari then joined the Jakkayanmuaythai Gym which was in the same area. The camp owner later opened another camp in the Bang Rak Noi district of Nonthaburi, a suburb of Bangkok. Ferrari is now training in this Nonthaburi camp. Jakkayanmuaythai means “Muay Thai bikes” because his founder owned a bike shop. When the young Kittiphop Muangphrom started fighting for the Jakkayanmuaythai, his father said “he started boxing like a little bike but later he will be like a Ferrari car in the ring!” , his new fighting name was found. On August 12, 2018, Ferrari won the TV7 Stadium Belt in 135 lbs against Jamsak Sakburiram who was TV7 champion in 105 lbs and 126 lbs

Match in 2018 (4 wins, 4 losses):

On January 5, he beat by points Sakchainoi M.U. Den

On March 6, he beat by points Sibsaen Thor Jareonthongphuket

On May 1, he lost by points against Yok Parunchai

On June 5, he lost by points against Tawanchai P.K. Saenchai Gym

On July 6, he beat by points Petchsuriya M.U. Den

On August 12, he beat by points Jamsak Sakburiram

On September 26, he lost by KO against Patakthep Sinbeemuaythai

On December 2, he lost by points against Sithisak Chensimuay Gym

Match in 2019 (3 wins, 3 losses):

On February 10, he beat by points Inseetong Por Pinnapat

On March 19, he lost by points against Kulapdam Sor Jor Piak Uthai

On May 10, he lost by points against Shadow Suan Ahanpikmai

On June 26, he beat by points Mahadech Chor Ajchriya

On September 13, he beat by points Shadow Suan Ahanpikmai

On October 5, he lost by points against Muangthai P.K. Saenchai Gym

 

Age: 32 years

City of birth: Lao Suea Kok (In Ubon Ratchatani area in the Northeast)

Team: Kietpetch Gym

Title: TV7 champion in 135 lbs (2019), WMO world champion in 140 lbs (2018), Lumpinee champion in 135 lbs (2016), WPMF world champion in 135 lbs (2015), Omnoi champion in 135 lbs (2015), TV7 champion in 130 lbs (2012), Thailand champion in 130 lbs (2011), TV7 champion in 122 lbs (2006), TV7 champion in 108 lbs (2002)

Purse: 90,000 baht

Opponents he beat: Wancharachai Rajanon, Apisit KT Gym, Chamuaktong Sor Yupinda, Chujaroen Dabransarakam, Petchmai Deuklapataya (KO), Nonthakit Thor Morsi, Yodawut Kaoklai Gym, Petchnamek P.K. Saenchai Gym, Ferrari Jakkayanmuaythai, Mahadech Chor Ajchriya, Sibsaen Thor Jareonthongphuket

Particular Sign: Sittisak is an old fox of the rings who won nine belts in his long career. Sittisak was formed in the Por Cherdkiat Gym located in the village of Phu Khiao in the province of Chaiyaphum in the northeast of Thailand. For this camp he won his first two belts, the belt TV7 in 108 lbs and the belt TV7 in 122 lbs. Around the age of 18, he joined in Bangkok the famous camp Kietpetch Gym of promoter N°1 of Lumpinee, Mr. Phirapong Theradeatpong (Chun Kietpetch). On June 3, 2016, at 29, he won the Lumpinee belt in 135 lbs against Chujaroen Dabransarakarm. In early 2018, he won a WMO belt against Rungsangtawan Sit Or Boonchop. On February 10, 2019, at age 32, he conquered his fourth belt of the stadium TV7, the belt TV7 in 135 lbs against Mahadech Chor Ajchriya, a belt which he defended victoriously on July 7 against Sibsaen Thor Jareonthongphuket, he still holds the TV7 belt in 135 lbs at 32 years old

Match in 2018 (4 wins, 1 loss):

He beat by points Rungsangtawan Sit Or Boonchop

On July 1, he beat by points Petchnamek P.K. Saenchai Gym

On August 11, he beat by points Kiatpetch Swanahanpikmai

On October 7, he lost by KO against Mahadech Chor Ajchriya

On December 2, he beat by points Ferrari Jakkayanmuaythai

Match in 2019 (3 wins, 1 loss):

On February 10, he beat by points Mahadech Chor Ajchriya

On April 14, he lost by points against Sibsaen Thor Jareonthongphuket

On July 7, he beat by points Sibsaen Thor Jareonthongphuket

On October 20, he beat by points Takaokew Singmayin

 


Age: 25 years

City of birth: Nong Kee (Buriram Province in the Northeast)

Team: P.K. Saenchai Gym

Title: Thailand champion in 135 lbs (2017), champion TV7 in 130 lbs (2014), champion of Lumpinee in 108 lbs (2012)

Purse: 100,000 Baht

Opponents he beat: Grandprixnoi Phithakpabhadang (KO), Pokaew Fonjangchonburi (KO), Tuanpae Thebest-Udon (KO), Penaik Sitnumnoi, Panphet Kiatjaroenchai (KO), Thanonchai Thanakorn, Phet-Utong Or Kwanmuang (KO), Thaksinlek Kiatniwat (KO), Sangmanee Sor Tienpo, Saen Parunchai (KO), Yodlekpet Or Pitisak, Petpanomrung Kiatmuu9 (KO), Kaimukkao Por Thairungruangkamai (KO), Rambo Por Tor Tor, Kulabdam Sor Jor Piak Uthai, Mongkoldetlek Kesagym, Phanpayak Sitchefboontham, Phanpayak Jitmuangnon (KO), Ferrari Jakayanmuaythai

Particular Sign: Muangthai is from the same city as the legends Namkabuan and Nampon Nongkee Pahuyuth. Muangthai was elected "Best Fighter of the Year 2014" by the Sports Authority of Thailand and "Best Fighter of Lumpinee Stadium" in 2016. Muangthai is one of the few fighters to have knocked out the great champion Pokaew Fonjangchonburi. On August 29, 2014, at the stadium of Lumpinee, during the revenge match (Pokaew had won the first match in points), the young Muangthai defeated Pokaew in the second round with a terrible elbow sticking up his chin, Pokaew fell out for more than the count and was evacuated from the ring on a stretcher. Nicknamed «Sok Saylay Mangkorn» (The Dragon’s Left Elbow) he's fearsome Muay Sok (Strong at Elbow) who executed many opponents with his elbow techniques. On January 31, 2019, at the Radja stadium, he beat the star Phanpayak Jitmuangnon by KO. On March 7, 2017, Muangthai won the Thailand Belt in 135 lbs by beating the solid Rambo Por Tor Tor

Match in 2018 (3 wins, 4 losses, 1 draw):

On January 26, he lost by points against Rambo Por Tor Tor

On March 6, he beat by points Mongkoldetlek Kesagym

On June 5, he drew against Kulabdam Sor Jor Piak Uthai

On July 6, he lost by KO against Kulabdam Sor Jor Piak Uthai

On September 4, he lost by points against Seksan Sor Sommai

On October 5, he lost by points against Superlek Kiatmuu9

On November 9, he beat by points Cyprus Panicos Yusuf

On December 21, he beat by points Phanpayak Sitchefboontham

Match in 2019 (3 wins, 3 losses):

On January 31, he beat by KO Phanpayak Jitmuangnon

On March 27, he lost by KO against Nuenglanlek Jitmuangnon

On May 23, he lost by points against Yodpanumrung Jitmuangnon

On August 16th, he beat by points Japanese Kenta Yamada

On October 5, he beat by points Ferrari Jakayanmuaythai

On November 7, he lost by KO against Nuenglanlek Jitmuangnon

 

Yod category 140 lbs

 

Age: 25 years

City of birth: Maha Sarakham (Northeast)

Team: Dabransarakham Gym

Title: Top King World Series Champion in 140 lbs (2018), TV7 champion in 140 lbs (2017), Lumpinee champion in 135 lbs (2015), winner of the tournament Fooktien group in 130 lbs (2014)

Purse: 100,000 Baht

Opponents he beat: Monkao Chor Janmanee (KO), Saksurya Chor Kow Haa Isuzu, Hannatee Kiatjareonchai, Wanek Sor Supap, Pedsaenlek Rachanon, Sitisak Chengchiyagym, Kongsak P.K. Saenchai Gym, Yodpanomrung Jitmuangnon, Sangthongnoi Thanasuranakorn, Rambo Phetpokaw (2 times), Chamuaktong FighterMuaythai, Ritheewada Sor Nipapon (2 times), Thananchai Rachanon, Rafi Singpatong (KO)

Particular Sign: Chujaroen is nicknamed «Khun Khao Muang Maha» (Maha’s kneeling in reference to his native region Maha Sarakham). He was Lumpinee champion in 135 lbs, a belt he won on September 4, 2015 by beating Yodpanomrung Jitmuangnont. On 29 October 2016, in France, in Paris, at the show Best Of Siam 9, he beat French champion Rafi Bohic by KO. Chujaroen won the TV7 Stadium belt in 140 lbs against Rambo Phetpokaw on December 10, 2017. Chujaroen still fights in 140 lbs in the stadiums of Bangkok but now he fights in 147/154 lbs in the organization Top King World Series. Chujaroen trains at the Dabransarakham Gym which is near his home in the village of Ban Lad 10 km from the town of Maha Sarakham. It's currently one of the largest camps in the region, a camp owned by Lieutenant Colonel Niran Yodpon

Match in 2018 (6 wins, 1 loss):

On February 16, he beat by points Ritheewada Sor Nipapon

On April 28, he beat by points the French Cédric Do

On June 16, he beat by points Israeli Ilya Grad

On July 10, he lost by points against Thananchai Rachanon

On September 29, he beat by points Iranian Keivan Soleimani

On November 27, he beat by points Thananchai Rachanon

On December 31, he beat Brazilian Victor Santos and Swedish Magnus Andersson

Match in 2019 (2 wins, 3 losses):

On February 5, he beat by points the French Rafi Singpatong

On May 10, he lost by points against Sangmanee Sor Tienpo

On June 29, he lost by points against Chinese Feng Lei

On September 16, he lost by points against Tawanchai P.K. Saenchai Gym

On September 29, he beat by points Chinese Li Xin

 

 

Age: 25 years

City of birth: Village of Suwanaphum near the town of Roi Et (Northeast Region)

Team: Teeded 99 Gym

Title: Champion King Of Knockout in 135 lbs (2018), Lumpinee champion in 135 lbs (2017), Radja champion in 135 lbs (2015, 2017)

Purse: 110,000 Baht

Opponents he beat: Ekkarit Krungthep Thonburi, Por Tor Thor Phetrungruang, Kongsak Sitboonme, Samingdetch Lukmichumphon (KO), Phanpayak Sitjatik (KO), Khaimukaw Por Thairungruang (KO), Bangpleenoi Moopingaroy (KO), Phetngarm Kiatkamphon (KO), Rambo Phet Por Tor Or (KO), Rodlek Jaotalaytong, Phanpayak Jitmuangnon, Sangmanee Sor Tienpo (3 times), Rafi Singpatong

Particular Sign: Yodlekphet (Iron Diamond) trained in a small camp the Sitwatket. He then fought for camp Nawamindrachinee, a camp at the Artillery Battalion 21 military base in the Chonburi area. Today, he trains at the famous Teeded 99 Gym in Bangkok. Yodlekphet is a very powerful "Muay Mat" (Strong Fist Fighter) with his fists and low kicks, he's also a big durable boxer. He's nicknamed "Samson2" in reference to the terrible puncher of the 90s Samson Isaan. Yodlekphet defeated by KO Samingdeat Dekfaifa and Phanpayak Sit Chef Boontham for the Radja Belt and Rambo Phet Por Tor Or for the Lumpinee Belt. In March 2018, Yodlekpet was voted "Best Boxer of the Year 2017" by Siamkila Magazine

Match in 2018 (7 wins, 1 draw):

On January 18, he beat by points Sangmanee Sor Tienpo

On February 20, he beat by points Phanpayak Jitmuangnon

On April 14, he beat by KO Japanese Yosuke Mori

On May 17, he drew against Yodpanomrung Jitmuangnon

On June 28, he beat by points Sangmanee Sor Tienpo

On August 19, he beat by points Japanese Kazuma Takahashi

On October 7, he beat by points Japanese Yusuke Iwaki

On November 29, he beat by points Sangmanee Sor Tienpo

On December 20, he lost by points against Seksun Sor Sommai

Match in 2019 (3 wins, 2 losses):

On February 11, he beat by points Mongolian Altandulguun Boldbaatar

On April 29, he beat by points Japanese Chan Hyung Lee

On July 4, he lost by points against Nuenglanlek Jitmuangnon

On August 16, he lost by points against Sangmanee Sor Tienpo

On November 7, he beat by points French Rafi Singpatong

 

Age: 22 years

City of birth: Mancha Khiri (Khon Kean Province in the northeast)

Team: 13 Coins Gym

Title: Winner of Lumpinee Tournament in 126 lbs (2014), Radja Champion in 115 lbs (2013), Radja Champion in 112 lbs (2012), Radja Champion in 108 lbs (2012), World Champion S1 in 110 lbs (2012), Lumpinee Champion in 105 lbs (2012)

Purse: 100,000 Baht

Opponents he beat: Prajanchay Por Phetnamtong, Cherry Sitdarpauan, Kanongsuek Sor Sritong, Ruengsak Sitniwat (KO), Nikhomlek Tor Tawat, Phet Lukmakhamwan, Dedkad Por Pongsawan, Kudsakornnoi Sor Junlasen, Insee Kao Rachanon, Muangthai PK Seanchai Gym (KO), Thanonchai Thanakorn, Seksun Or Kwanmuang, Phanpayak Jitmuangnon, Phet-Utong Or Kwanmuang, Superlek Mor Ratanabandit, Superbank Sakchaichote, Lamnammoon Sakchaichote, Mongkolchai Kwaytonggym (KO), Phetmorakot Teded99, Sean Parunchai, Chujaroen Dabransarakarm, Yodlekphet Or Pitisak, Tawanchai P.K. Saenchai Gym, Yodpanomrung Jitmuangnon, Rafi Singpatong

Particular Sign: Sangmanee, nicknamed “Tharok Nung Laan” (Million dollar Baby), is a ring wonder boy who fought his first fight at just six years old. At 15, he was already champion of Lumpinee and at 16, champion of Radja. This «pretty boy» has become a real little star in Thailand, he's constantly followed by fans, especially girls, who support him in all his fights. In 2012, Sangmanee was awarded the Best Fighter of the Year Award by The Sport Writers Association of Thailand. Sangmanee has long fought in small categories, today he has gained weight and muscle and regularly fights in 140 lbs

Match in 2018 (6 wins, 4 losses):

On January 18, he lost by points against Yodlekphet Or Pitisak

On February 10, he beat by stop referee Russian Kirill Smirnov

On March 17, he beat by points French Awos Mansour

On April 28, he beat by KO Korean Kim Dong Hwan

On May 26, he beat by points Kyrgyz Timur Mamatisakov

On June 28 he lost by points against Yodlekphet Or Pitisak

On August 7, he lost by points against Yodpanomrung Jitmuangnon

On September 22, he by KO Brazilian Marlon Santos

On November 8, he beat by points Nuenglanlek Jitmuangnon

On November 29, he lost by points against Yodlekphet Or Pitisak

On December 31, he beat by KO Irish Martin Avery

Match in 2019 (6 wins, 1 loss):

On March 26, he lost by KO against Tawanchai P.K. Saenchai Gym

On May 10, he beat by points Chujaroen Dabransarakarm

On June 26, he beat by points Tawanchai P.K. Saenchai Gym

On August 16, he beat by points Yodlekphet Or Pitisak

On September 12, he beat by points Yodpanomrung Jitmuangnon

On October 5, he beat by points French Rafi Singpatong

On November 8, he beat by points French Azize Hlali

 


Age: 30 years

City of birth: Nakhon Si Tammarat (South)

Team: Sor Sommai Gym

Title: Radja Champion in 140 lbs (2018), WBC World Champion in 140 lbs (2018), IBF World Champion in 135 lbs (2017), Winner of the Kunlun Fight Tournament in 135 lbs (2017), Muay World Champion Thai Warriors in 135 lbs (2012), TV7 champion in 122 lbs (2010)

Purse: 130,000 baht

Opponents he beat: Khaimukkhao Chuwattana (KO), Thongchai Sitsongpeenong, Yodvicha Por Boonsit, Wanchalerm Chor Chernkamon, Singtongnoi Por Telakoo, Detnarong Wor Sungprapai, Penaik Sitnumnoi (KO), Pakorn PK Saenchai, Phetmorakot Wor Sangprapai, Kongsak PK Seanchai, Muangthai PK Saenchai, Thaksinlek Kiatniwat, Rodlek Jaotalaytong, Yodlekpet Or Pitisak, Superbank Mor Ratanabandit, Panphayak Sitchefboontham, Kawna P.K. Saenchai Gym

Particular Sign: Seksan is nicknamed by Muay Thai fans «Kon Mayom Kon» (The one who refuses nobody). But his other fighter nickname that suits him perfectly is «Robocop», because he's an extraordinary durable boxer, a warrior who never backs down, like a robot he advances on his opponents to destroy them with his powerful strikes. He has always fought for the famous Sor Sommai Gym in Bangkok. In September 2011, at the Radja stadium, Seksan beat the Radja champion Khaimukkhao by KO, this memorable fight was voted «Best fight of the year at the Radja» (Seksun beat twice by KO Khaimukkhao). At 29, on 15 November 2018, he won the Radja belt by beating Phanphayak Sitchefboontham, a belt he successfully defended three months later against Kawna P.K. Saenchai Gym. Seksan was voted "Best Boxer of the Year 2014" by Siam Keela magazine

Match in 2018 (5 wins, 4 losses, 1 draw):

On February 26, he lost by points against Panphayak Sitchefboontham

On March 22, he beat by points Phanphayak Sitchefboontham

On April 28, he beat by points Rodlek Jaotalaytong

May 13, he lost by points against Chinese Zhao Chongyang

On June 28, he drew against Kawna P.K. Saenchai Gym

On July 25, he lost by points against Kawna P.K. Saenchai Gym

On September 4, he beat by points Muangthai PK Saenchai

On September 27, he lost by points against Kawna P.K. Saenchai Gym

On November 15, he beat by points Panphayak Sitchefboontham

On December 20, he beat by points Yodlekpet Or Pitisak

Match in 2019 (2 wins, 4 losses):

On March 10, he beat by points Japanese Taiga

On May 29, he beat by points Kawna P.K. Saenchai Gym

On July 21, he lost by points against Japanese Taiju Shiratori

On August 16, he lost by points against Rodtang Jitmuangnon

On September 12, he lost by points against Rodtang Jitmuangnon

On November 7, he lost by points against Kawna P.K. Saenchai Gym



Age: 20 years

City of birth: Chonburi (East Region)

Team: P.K. Saenchai Gym

Title: Muay Thai Sports Association Champion in 135 lbs (2018), Thailand Champion in 126 lbs (2017)

Purse: 100,000 Baht

Opponents he beat: Chalam Parunchai, Mongkolchai Shengsimewgym, Ferrari Jakkrayanmuaythai, Nuenglanlek Jitmuangnon (KO), Kulapdam Sor Jor Piak Uthai (3 times), Sangmanee Sor Tienpo (KO), Chujaroen Dabransarakarm

Particular Sign: Trained at the Petchrungruang Gym in Pattaya, Tawanchai joined the famous P.K. Saenchai Gym in Bangkok at the age of 16. Tawanchai won the Thai champion belt in 126 lbs at just 17 years old. On 18 February 2017, at the stadium of Lumpinee, he beat Wayunoi Phetkiatphet for the title of Thai champion, a belt which he defended several times with success notably against the fearsome Mongkolchai Shengsimewgym. Tawanchai was the first to knock out the phenomenal Sangmanee Sor Tienpo. In 2018, he won three prestigious trophies, the Siam Kilaa trophy of «Best Boxer of the Year 2018», the trophy awarded by the Thai Sports Authority of «Best Boxer of the Year 2018» and the trophy of the stadium of Lumpinee «Best Boxer of the Year 2018»

Match in 2018 (7 wins):

On March 28, he beat by points Yok Parunchai

On June 5, he beat by points Ferrari Jakkrayanmuaythai

On July 10, he beat by points Nuenglanlek Jitmuangnon

On September 7, he beat by points Kulapdam Sor Jor Piak Uthai

On October 5, he beat by points Kulapdam Sor Jor Piak Uthai

On November 8, he beat by points Kulapdam Sor Jor Piak Uthai

On December 7, he beat by KO Nuenglanlek Jitmuangnon

Match in 2019 (4 wins, 1 loss):

On March 26, he beat by KO Sangmanee Sor Tienpo

On June 26, he lost by points against Sangmanee Sor Tienpo

On July 27, he beat by points Chinese Zhang Wensheng

On September 6, he beat by points Chujaroen Dabransarakarm

On September 29, he beat by points Chinese Ji Xiang

 

Age: 21 years

City of birth: Surin (Northeast)

Team: Sor Jor Piak Uthai Gym

Title: Lumpinee Champion in 140 lbs (2019), Lumpinee Champion in 135 lbs (2018), Thailand Champion in 135 lbs (2017)

Purse: 150,000 Baht

Opponents he beat: Suntos Setsakda (KO), Phet Thor Thepsuthin (KO), Kongkrai Chor Thaiseth (KO), Aikphipop Mor Krungthepthonburi (KO), Chamuakphet Sor Takudtong (KO), Diesellek M.U. Den (KO), Pinphet Sitjedaeng (KO), Petchkantat M.U. Den (KO), Nuanglanlek Jitmuangnon, Muangthai P.K. Saenchaimuaythaigym (KO), Ferrari Jakkayanmuaythai, Shadow Suan Ahanpikmai

Particular Sign: Trained at Sor Kanyanee Gym in Surin, he joined Sor Jor Piak Uthai Gym at age 15. Her younger brother Phetmorakot also trains at this camp in Uthai Thani province. His fighting nickname is “Khio Morakot” (Green Emerald). This boxer from a very poor family whose parents worked in the rice fields became rich today, Kulapdam is currently one of the champions who receive the biggest purses of the circuit of Thai professional boxers. He’s already earned 300,000 baht. Kulapdam was voted “Best Boxer of the Year” in 2017 by the prestigious Sport Writers Association. In March 2019, he received the Golden Glove Trophy for the “2018 Most Aggressive Boxer of the Year Award”. In 2016, he received the special prize «Art Martial from TV7 stadium»

Match in 2018 (4 wins, 3 losses, 1 draw):

On February 18, he beat by KO Japanese Genji Umeno

On April 1, he beat by points Darky Sawansangmanja

On May 1, he beat by points Nuanglanlek Jitmuangnon

On June 5, he drew against Muangthai PK Saenchaigym

On July 6, he beat by KO Muangthai PK Saenchaigym

On September 7, he lost by points against Tawanchai PK Saenchaigym

On October 5, he lost by points against Tawanchai PK Saenchaigym

On November 9, he lost by points against Tawanchai PK Saenchaigym

Match in 2019 (4 wins, 2 losses):

On February 12, he lost by KO against Nuanglanlek Jitmuangnon

On March 19, he beat by points Ferrari Jakkayanmuaythai

On May 10, he beat by points Nuanglanlek Jitmuangnon

On June 26, he beat by points Shadow Suan Ahanpikmai

On September 6, he beat by points French Bobo Sacko

On October 5, he lost by KO against Nuanglanlek Jitmuangnon

 

Age: 25 years

City of birth: Surin (Northeast)

Team: Sit Chef Boontham Gym

Title: Radja Champion in 140 lbs (2019), Phoenix World Champion in 135 lbs (2018), WBC World Champion in 135 lbs (2017), Winner of the Shell Rimula Tournament in 126 lbs (2015)

Purse: 120,000 baht

Opponents he beat: Yokvitaya Phetsimuu, Mongkolkeaw Sor Sommai, Kaonar PK Saenchaigym, Fasatan Numsangkorsang (KO), Rodlek Jaotalaytong, Phet U-Tong Or Kwanmuang (KO), Seksan Sor Sommai, Phonaik Mor Phuwana, Yodpanomrung Jitmuangnon, Thaksinlek Kiatniwat (KO), Chamuaktong Fightermuaythai

Particular Sign: Phanpayak was trained at the Sitjatik Gym. Then he joined the renowned Saengmorakot Gym located in the center of Bangkok, the camp of the Lumpinee Promoter Mr. Tidipong Aomanun (Jartui). Phanpayak is now at Sit Chief Boontham Gym. Phanpayak is a fighter who has tremendous experience in the ring with more than 350 fights to his credit. Phanpayak received the WBC Trophy "Best Fight of the Year 2018" given by officials of the prestigious WBC federation in Bangkok for his terrible fight against Seksan Sor Sommai. Phanpayak and Seksan met four times with a win for Phanpayak and three wins for Seksan. On August 22, 2019, Phanpayak won the Radja belt in 140 lbs by defeating the fearsome Chamuaktong Fightermuaythai

Match in 2018 (4 wins, 4 losses):

On February 26, he beat by points Seksan Sor Sommai

On March 22, he lost by points against Seksan Sor Sommai

On June 14, he beat by points Yodpanomrung Jitmuangnon

On July 14, he beat by points Yodpanomrung Jitmuangnon

On September 6, he lost by points against Nuanglanlek Jitmuangnon

On October 22, he beat by points Thaksinlek Kiatniwat

On November 15, he lost by points against Seksan Sor Sommai

On December 21, he lost by points against Muangthai PKSaenchaimuaythaigym

Match in 2019 (2 wins, 3 losses):

On February 7, he lost by points against Ponaek Or Kwanmuang

On May 16, he beat by KO Thaksinlek Kiatniwat

On June 27, he lost by points against Chamuaktong Fightermuaythai

On August 22, he beat by points Chamuaktong Fightermuaythai

On November 28, he lost by points against Phanpayak Jitmuangnon

 

Age: 26 years

City of birth: Udon Thani (Northeast)

Team: Jitmuangnon Gym

Title: Thailand champion in 140 lbs (2017), WMC world champion in 140 lbs (2016), TV7 champion in 140 lbs (2016), TV7 champion in 135 lbs (2016), WPMF world champion in 135 lbs (2015 ), Omnoi champion in 135 lbs (2015)

Purse: 120,000 baht

Opponents he beat: Seangmorakot Chuwattana, Apisit KT Gym, Chamuakphet Phetkasem, Saksongkram Popteeratam (KO), Saketdao Phetpayathai, Ritheevada Sitthikul (KO), Chujaroen Dabransarakam, Sittisak Chengsiyagym, Rambo Por Tor Or, Chamuaktong Fightermuaythai, Thananchai Rajanon, Sangmanee Sor Tienpo, Thaksinlek Kiatniwat, Muangthai P.K. Saenchai Gym

Particular Sign: Yodpanomrung is nicknamed «Khun Khao Say Faa Fat» (The knee stroke of the lightning). Yodpanomrung has a big ring experience with 307 fights for 233 victories, 72 defeats and 2 draws. In 2014, Yodpanomrung was awarded the trophy for “Best Fight of the Year at Stadium TV7” for his match against Ritteewada Sitthikul (Lumpinee Champion, WMC World Champion, TV7 Champion). On January 24, 2016, he won the TV7 belt in 135 lbs against Sittisak Chengsiyagym. On June 3, 2016, at the Lumpinee Stadium, he won the WMC World Champion Belt in 140 lbs by defeating Ritteewada Sitthikul. On July 31, 2016, he won the TV7 belt in 140 lbs against champion Ritteewada Sitthikul who held the title. On March 7, 2017, in the stadium of Lumpinee, he beat Ritteewada Sitthikul again for the belt of Thailand in 140 lbs. Yodpanomrung and Ritteewada have faced each other six times with 5 wins for Yodpanomrung

Match in 2018 (5 wins, 4 losses, 1 draw):

On January 17, he beat by points Thananchai Rajanon

On February 10, he beat by points Brazilian Julio Lobo

On March 17, he beat by points Chinese Han Zihao

On May 17, he drew against Yodlekpet Or Pitisak

On June 14, he lost by points against Phanpayak Sitchefboontham

On July 14, he lost by points against Phanpayak Sitchefboontham

On August 7, he beat by points Sangmanee Sor Tienpo

On September 22, he lost by points against French Fabrice Delanon

On October 10, he lost by points against Chamuaktong Fightermuaythai

On November 15, he beat by points Phonaek Or Khwanmuang

Match in 2019 (5 wins, 3 losses):

On January 31, he beat by points Rambo Por Tor Tor

On March 7, he beat by points Thaksinlek Kiatniwat

On April 11, he beat by points Thaksinlek Kiatniwat

On May 18, he beat by KO English Tyler Hardcastle

On May 23, he beat by points Muangthai P.K. Saenchai Gym

On July 26, he lost by points against French Rafi Singpatong

On September 12, he lost by points against Sangmanee Sor Tienpo

On October 15, he lost by points against Thananchai Rajanon

 

Age: 25 years

City of Birth: Satuek (In Buriram Province Northeast)

Team: Por Pinnapath Gym

Title: Thailand Champion in 140 lbs (2019)

Purse: 80,000 baht

Opponents he beat: Phichitchai Ror Kilacorat, Wangtong Sitpanancheong, Fahnamchai Por Mongkolsap, Mahadech Chor Ajchriya, Pinphet Sitjedang, Granprixnoi Petchkietpetch, Pedsaenlek Rajanon, Seanchoengnoi Nayoksaya

Particular Sign: His camp, the Por Pinnapath is in the southern suburb of Bangkok in the district of Bang Khun Thien, it's a camp that belongs to Mr. Sihapou Por Pinnapath where the Banlangngern champions train (TV7 Champion in 108 lbs), Superjeng Por Pinnapath (Lumpinee Champion in 122 lbs ) and Samsingh. Samsingh Por Pinnapath is the little brother of Inseetong, nicknamed “Khun Khao Krateksay” (The Knee Knocks), he's a dangerous Muay Mat who was finalist in 2017 of the prestigious Tiger Cement tournament in 122 lbs. On April 1, 2019, at the Suan Lum Night Bazaar Ratchadaphisek center in Bangkok, Inseetong won the 140 lbs Thai champion belt by beating Padsaenlek Rajanon, a belt he still holds today. In August 2019, Inseetong was selected to participate in the famous Isuzu tournament in 140 lbs with seven other fighters. The Isuzu tournament will celebrate his 30th anniversary. For this special tournament of the 30th anniversary Isuzu a "Isuzu Super Fight Cup 2020" will be offered in 2020 to the great winner of the tournament as well as a million baht and a 4x4 pick-up Isuzu D-Max. On September 14 at Omnoi Stadium, Inseetong lost by points against Prapsuek Siopon in his first match of the Isuzu tournament. On November 2, he won his second match of the Isuzu tournament by defeating Seanchoengnoi Nayoksaya. On November 30, he lost his third match of the Isuzu tournament against Kingstar Ror Ror Kelacorach

Match in 2018 (3 wins, 4 losses):

On February 16, he beat by points Granprixnoi Petchkietpetch

On March 22, he lost by points against Pinpetch Sitcheandeang

On May 22, he lost by points against Pedsaenlek Rajanon

On June 25, he lost by points against Sumai Sor Weerawan

On August 12, he beat by points Khunhanlek Kiatjaroenchai

On September 15, he beat by points Pedsaenlek Rajanon

On November 24, he lost by points against Kietpetch Swanahanpikmai

Match in 2019 (3 wins, 4 losses):

On February 10, he lost by points against Ferrari Jakkayanmuaythai

On April 1, he beat by points Pedsaenlek Rajanon

On June 1, he lost by points against Mahadech Chor Ajchriya

On July 20, he beat by points Italian Mathias Gallo

On September 14, he lost by points against Prapsuek Siopon

On November 2, he beat by points Seanchoengnoi Nayoksaya

On November 30, he lost by points against Kingstar Ror Ror Kelacorach

 

 

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