Jomhod Kiatadisak

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Jomhod Kiatadisak
จอมโหด เกียรติอดิศักดิ์
Born (1970-07-05) July 5, 1970 (age 46)
Phang Nga
Native name จอมโหด เกียรติอดิศักดิ์
Other names King of the Ring
Nationality Thailand Thai
Height 1.77 m (5 ft 10 in)
Weight 70 kg (150 lb; 11 st)
Division Featherweight
Style Muay Thai
Stance Orthodox
Fighting out of Helsinki, Finland and Phuket, Thailand
Kickboxing record
Total 303
Wins 276
By knockout 80
Losses 24
No contests 3
last updated on: 13/01/2012

Jomhod "King of the Ring" Kiatadisak (born 5 July 1970) is a professional muay Thai fighter from Phang Nga province in the South of Thailand. He started learning muay Thai at the age of 7 and won his first fight when he was 11 years old. In 1986 Jomhod won the Southern Thailand Championship in 59.6 kg weight category and the same year, at the age of 16, he moved to Bangkok and began his proper fighting career.

Jomhod fought in Lumpinee stadium for the first time in 1989. At the age of 18 he won the Lumpinee Lightweight Title, he never lost the belt but vacated it to move up in weight. In 1994 he won the Rachadamernn Championship in the same weight class, followed by the super lightweight title the next year and at one stage simultaneously held titles in both Lumpinee Stadium and Rajadamnern Stadium.

In 1995 Jomhod moved to Finland after a request to come fight and coach there. He lived in Finland for 11 years winning numerous titles in muay Thai and kickboxing. In 2006 he moved back to Thailand to be head coach at the J. Prapa Gym in Kata Beach, Phuket but recently opened his own gym, Jomhod Muay Thai, near Phuket airport and Nai Yang beach.

In 1998 he won the Muay Thai Champion's League Final in Amsterdam beating Sakmongkol Sithchuchok by TKO (round three) in the final. He holds a notable win over Ramon Dekkers from the King's Cup in 1996 and a notable K-1 loss to Buakaw Por. Pramuk from 2006. Other Western opponents he has beaten include Ivan Hippolyte, Ole Laursen and Eval Denton.

Jomhod has continued to fight occasionally in Phuket even though he is now in his 40s and in December 2012 he returned to Bangkok, beating former Olympic gold medal winner Somluck Kamsing by decision at Lumpinee Stadium.[1][2][3]


  • 2011 W.M.C. Muay Thai World Champion -76.2 kg
  • 2004 W.M.C. Muay Thai World Champion -72.6 kg
  • 2003 I.S.K.A. Muay Thai World Champion -69.8 kg
  • 2002 W.P.K.L. Muay Thai World Champion -69.8 kg
  • 2002 I.S.K.A. Muay Thai World Champion -69.8 kg
  • 2001 W.P.K.A. Muay Thai World Champion -69.8 kg
  • 2000 W.K.N. Muay Thai World Champion -72.6 kg
  • 2000 W.P.K.L Muay Thai World Champion -69.8 kg
  • 2000 W.M.C. Muay Thai World Champion -69.8 kg
  • 2000 Muay Thai Champions League Tournament Champion -70 kg
  • 1998 I.S.K.A. Muay Thai World Champion -66.7 kg
  • 1998 W.K.A. Muay Thai World Champion -67 kg
  • 1998 I.K.B.F. Kickboxing World Champion -66.68 kg
  • 1996 W.M.T.A. Muay Thai World Champion -67 kg
  • 1995 Rajadamnern Stadium Champion -67 kg
  • 1994 Rajadamnern Stadium -63.5 kg
  • 1991 W.M.T.C. Muay Thai World Champion -67 kg
  • 1989 Lumpinee Stadium Champion -63.5 kg
  • 1986 South Thailand Champion -59.6 kg

Muaythai record[edit]

Kickboxing record

Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes

See also[edit]


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  • Ryhänen, Tapio. A telephone call with Jomhod Kiatadisak on June 2012.
  • Jomhod Kiatadisak website. Jomhod Kiatadisak.
  • Ryhänen, Tapio. An telephone interview with Jomhod Kiatadisak on January 2012.
  • Immonen, Riku. Jomhod vs. Buakaw: One night in Bangkok. URL last accessed June 13, 2007.
  • Jigotai. Nuorena vitsa väännettävä. URL last accessed June 13, 2007. (In Finnish)
  • King of the Ring. Jomhod Kiatadisak. URL last accessed June 12, 2007. (In Finnish)