Daniel McGowan (kickboxer)

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Daniel McGowan
London, England
Other namesDaniel Petchyindee
NationalityUnited Kingdom British
Height168 cm (5 ft 6 in)
Weight56 kg (123 lb; 8.8 st)
StyleMuay Thai
Fighting out ofLondon, England
TeamSuperpetch, Petchyindee, Team Tieu
Kickboxing record
By knockout6
By knockout2

Daniel McGowan is a British Muay Thai fighter.


Daniel started muay thai at 11 years old after trying Tae Kwon Do and kickboxing. He was one of the youngest non thai to fight at the Rajadamnern Stadium at 15 years old promoted by Petchyindee Academy where he spends times regularly since that fight.[1]

McGowan became a force to be reckoned with when he knocked out multiple weights stadium champion Rungnarai Kiatmuu9 at YOKKAO in October 2017.[2] This win opened him for big fights in Thailand where two months later he beat Thanadej Thor.Pran49 but injured his hand in the process.

For his comeback in September 2018 Mcgowan knocked out Saengmorakot Sakphinyo with an elbow on the televised portion of a big event at Rajadamnern Stadium. Two months later he beat Ratanaphon Nor.Anuwatgym but injured his hand again and had to have surgery in early 2019 which took him out of competition for most of the year.

Titles and accomplishments[edit]


47Kg WRSA World Champion

49Kg GBMA World Champion

51Kg WRSA World Champion


2016 Muay Thai Grand Prix Bantamweight Champion[3]

2017 ICO World -55kg Champion[4]

Muay Thai record[edit]

Professional Muay Thai Record

Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes


  1. ^ "Dan McGowan interview with MTBUK". Muay Thai Blog. January 15, 2017.
  2. ^ "Single Post | Siam Fight News | Muay Thai | Thailand". siamfightnews.
  3. ^ John, Dean (June 12, 2016). "MTGP5: Official Results".
  4. ^ "Liam HARRISON bat Charles FRANCOIS avant la limite". Muaythaitv.