List of WBC Muaythai world champions

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This is a list of WBC Muaythai world champions, showing every world champion certificated by the World Boxing Council Muaythai (WBC Muaythai). The WBC, which is one of the four major governing bodies in professional boxing, started certifying their own Muay Thai world champions in 19 different weight classes in 2005.

Super heavyweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 Denmark Edmoud M’Bulu-Monso / Ed Monso / Ed Monzo March 21, 2009 ? ? 0
M’Bulu-Monso defeated Stipan Radić ( Croatia) by KO in 1R at Ridehuset in Aarhus, Copenhagen, Denmark.[1][2]
After this bout, he had been certified as "in recess" for years.
2 Australia Steve Bonner March 14, 2013 ? ? 0
Bonner defeated Tafa Misipati ( New Zealand) by the unanimous decision (49-44/50-43/49-44) after 5R at Kingsway Indoor Stadium in Western Australia, Australia.[3][4]
3 Cameroon Cyril Bonye December 5, 2014 ? ? 0
Bonye defeated Sébastien Favre ( France) by TKO in 3R at Pattaya Stadium in Pattaya, Thailand.
The referee stopped the contest by cut after Favre had got Bonye's left elbow strike.[5][6]
4 Thailand Benz RSM May 27, 2016 February 23, 2017 272 0
Benz defeated Yassine Boughanem ( Belgium) by unanimous decision (50-47, 49-47, 50-46) after 5R at Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.
5 United States Steven Banks February 23, 2017 ? ? 0
Banks defeated Benz RSM ( Thailand) by KO with an left elbow strike at 3R at Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.
6 Belgium Yassine Boughanem February 26, 2018 Current 361 0
Boughanem defeated Steven Banks ( United States) by decision after 5R at Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand, and he won the vacant title. He won the vacant title of Phoenix World Super heavyweight championship.[7]

Heavyweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 United States Shane Del Rosario / Rocky Rosario September 8, 2007 January 12, 2008 126 0
Rosario defeated Ricardo van den Bos ( Netherlands) by KO when he was knocked down 3 times in 2R at the Normandie Casino in Gardena, California, United States.[8][9]
2 Netherlands Ginty Vrede January 12, 2008 ? ? 0
Vrede defeated Shane Del Rosario ( United States) by KO in 1R at the Hilton Casino Hotel in Las Vegas, United States.[10][11]
Two weeks later, on January 28, 2008, Vrede died aged 22 from cardiac arrest during a training session in Amsterdam.
3 United States Shane Del Rosario / Rocky Rosario July 26, 2008 ? ? 0
Rosario defeated Raul Romero ( Mexico) by KO at 2R 1:20 at Las Vegas Hilton Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.[12][13]
4 Argentina Christian Bosch / Cristian Gabriel González Bosch April 2, 2011 June 9, 2012 434 0
Bosch defeated Raúl Romero ( Mexico) by KO at 1R by a right cross in Mexico City, Mexico.[14][15][16]
5 Brazil Fabiano Aoki / Fabiano Gonçalves Aoki June 9, 2012 ? ? 0
Aoki defeated Christian Bosch ( Argentina) by KO at 2R 2:28 by a jumping right knee attack at Impact Exhibition and Convention Center in Muang Thong Thani, Pak Kret, Nonthaburi, Thailand.[17][18][19]
After this bout, he had been certified as "in recess" for few years.[20]
6 Azerbaijan Zabit Samedov August 23, 2016 Current 913 0
Bosch defeated Cătălin Moroșanu (Romania) by KO at 1R by a right knee shot at Sports Hall Collision in Grozny, Russia.[21][22]

Super cruiserweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 Australia Steve McKinnon June 20, 2008 Current (In recess) 3899 3
McKinnon defeated Ashwin Balrak ( Netherlands) by the unanimous decision (50-46/49-46/50-45) after 5R at Trelawny Stadium in Montego Bay, Jamaica.[23][24] Originally, this bout was for the vacant interim championship, and McKinnon was going to fight against the winner of another inerim championship between Ramazan Ramazanov ( Russia) and Rodney Faverus ( Netherlands) for unify the title.[25][26]
McKinnon defeated Eduardo Maiorino ( Brazil) by KO with a knee attack at 1R on October 16, 2010 at Luna Park in Sydney, Australia, and he retained his title(1).[27][28]
McKinnon defeated Stéphane Susperregui ( France) by split decision after 5R on December 19, 2010 at Hainan Island, China, and he retained his title(2).[29]
McKinnon defeated Frank Muñoz ( Spain) by KO with a right overhand hook at 1R on June 9, 2012 at Impact Exhibition and Convention Center in Muang Thong Thani, Pak Kret, Nonthaburi, Thailand[30][31]
. After this bout, he had been being certified as "in recess".

2 Algeria Zinedine Hameur-Lain February 4, 2017 Current 748 0
Hameur-Lain defeated Budimir Bajbić ( Serbia) by KO with a left middle kick in 1R at the Parc des Sport in Vandœuvre-lès-Nancy], Meurthe-et-Moselle, France.[32][33][34]

Cruiserweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 Australia Nathan Corbett December 10, 2005 ? ? 0
Corbett defeated Ryo “Magnum" Sakai ( Japan) by KO with a right knee strike in 3R at Gold Coast Convention Centre in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.[35][36]
2 France Frédérique Bellonie / Frédéric Bellonie December 22, 2008 February 13, 2010 418 0
Bellonie defeated Bruno Kamga ( Cameroon) by KO at 2R.[37]
3 Croatia Ivan Stanić February 13, 2010 ? ? 0
Stanić defeated Frédérique Bellonie ( France) by split decision after 5R at Kvarner Hotel in Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, Opatija, Croatia.[38]
After this bout, he had been certified as "in recess" for few years.[39][40]
4 United Kingdom Marlon Hunt March 7, 2014 ? ? 0
Hunt defeated Andreij Manzolo ( Estonia) by decision after 5R at Oracle Conference Center of Dolmen Hotel in Bugibba, Malta.[41][42][43]
The bout was unification match with ISKA Muay Thai World Cruiserweight title.[44][45][46][47]

Light heavyweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 Denmark Basam Chahrour December 2, 2006 ? ? 0
Chahrour defeated Simon Lenetof (Sweden) by decision after 5R in Copenhagen, Denmark.[48][49]

Originally, Chahrour was going to fight against Marcus Öberg (Sweden) on September 2, 2016 at MusikTeatret Albertslund in Albertslund, Denmark, but the bout was changed.[50][51]

2 Thailand Kaoklai Kaennorsing March 14, 2010 February 23, 2011 346 0
Kaoklai defeated Ryo “Magnum" Sakai by KO at 3R 1:22 with a left elbow strike at El Monte Expo Center in El Monte, California, United States.[52][53][54]
3 Russia Artem Levin February 23, 2011 ? ? 1
Levin defeated Kaoklai Kaennorsing ( Thailand) by unanimous decision after 5R at Sold-Put Arena in Chelyabinsk, Russia.[55][56][57]

Levin defeated Cheick Sidibe ( France) in Chelyabinsk, Russia on March 3, 2012,[58][59] and he retained his title(1).
After this bout, he had been certified as "in recess" for few years.[60]

Interim United States Joe Schilling October 21, 2011 ? ? 1
Schilling defetaed Kaoklai Kaennorsing ( Thailand) by TKO(Referee stoppage) with 3 knock downs at 1R at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, California, USA,[61] and he won the interim championship.

Schilling defetaed Karapet Karapetyan ( Armenia) by unanimous decision (47-49/47-49/47-49) after 5R on June 9, 2012 at Impact Exhibition and Convention Center in Muang Thong Thani, Pak Kret, Nonthaburi, Thailand.[62][63][64][65]

5 France Cédric Tousch February 27, 2016 Current 1091 0
Tousch defeated Luis Malyck Tavares ( Netherlands) by decision after 5R at Salle Jean-Marie Bialy in Rue du Petit Plessis, La Riche, France.[66][67]

Super middleweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 Thailand Jaochalam Chatjanokgym / Jaowchalam Chatjanokgym ? January 8, 2011 ? ?
2 United Kingdom Stephen Wakeling January 8, 2011 ? ? ?
Wakeling defeated Jaowchalam Chatjanokgym (Thailand) by KO with a left knee attack at 4R in Tipp Plaza in Pattaya, Thailand[68][69][70][71][72][73]
Interim France Grégory Choplin May 4, 2013 Current (Interim) 2120 1
Choplin defeated Luís Reis (Portugal) by decision after 5R at Salle Pierre Scohy in Aulnay-sous-Bois, Seine-Saint-Denis, France.[74][75]
Choplin defeated Ramon Kübler by TKO(Cut) at 2R on April 14, 2016 at Espace Venise in Sarcelles, Val-d'Oise, France.[76] He retained his title(1).
After this bout, he was demoted to the interim champion.
3 France Yohan Lidon September 20, 2014 ? ? ?
Lidon defeated Jaochalam Sitkanokgym (Thailand) aka Jaochalam Chatjanokgym by KO with a right high kick at 1R at Palais des Sports de St Fons in Saint-Fons, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France[77][78]
Interim France Samy Sana May 27, 2016 ? ? 0
Sana defeated Eakchanachai Kaewsamrit (Thailand) by TKO with left hook at 3R 2:15 at Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.[79][80]
4 France Hamza Ngoto August 23, 2018 Current 183 0
Ngoto defeated Thongchai Sitsongpeenong ( Thailand) by KO (Right vertical elbow strike to head) at 2R at "Best Of Siam XIII" at Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand, and he won the vacant title.[81][82][83]

Middleweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 United Kingdom Stephen Wakeling March 12, 2006 February 25, 2007 350 0
Wakeling defeated John Wayne Parr ( Australia) by split decision (48-49/49-48/48-47) after 5R at Wembley Conference Centre in Wembley, London, England.[84][85]
Inerim Thailand Lamsongkram Chuwattana June 3, 2006 February 25, 2007 267 0
Lamsongkram defeated Alan Ofeyo ( Kyrgyzstan) by decision after 5R at Bishkek capital city arena in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.[86][87]
2 Thailand Lamsongkram Chuwattana February 25, 2007 November 28, 2009 1007 4
Lamsongkram defeated Stephen Wakeling ( United Kingdom) by decision after 5R at the York Hall in Bethnal Green, London, England,[88][89] and he unified WBC Muaythai World Middleweight championship.
Lamsongkram defeated Yohan Lidon ( France) by unanimous decision (50-44/49-46/49-46) after 5R at Normandie Casino in Gardena, California on September 8, 2007,[8][90][9] and he retained his title(1).
Lamsongkram defeated Farid Villaume ( France) by decision after 5R in Montengo Bay, Jamaica on June 20, 2008,[91][92] and he reatined his title(2).
Lamsongkram defeated Mukai Maromo ( Canada) by KO (Body shot) at 2R 1:23 at San Manuel Indian Casino & Bingo in Highland, California, United States on September 4, 2008, and he retained his title(3). Originally, Lamsongkram was going to fight against Shane Campbell ( Canada), but it had been changed.[93][94]
Lamsongkram defeated Pavel Abozny ( Belarus) by TKO with left low kick at 3R 0:57 at National Olympic Sports Center in Beijing, China on January 18, 2009, and he retained his title(3).[95][96] Originally, he was going to fight against Youness Elmshannri, it had been changed.
3 France Yohan Lidon November 28, 2009 ? ? 1
Lidon defeated Lamsongkram Chuwattana ( Thailand) by KO with right overhand hook at 1R at Palais des sports de Lyon-Gerland in Lyon, France.[97][98][99]
Lidon defeated Grégory Choplin ( France) by TKO(Doctor stoppage:left leg injury) at 4R at Casino Le Lyon Vert in La Tour de Salvagny, France on December 17, 2011, and he retained his title(1).[100]
After this bout, he had been certified as "in recess" for few years[39]
Interim United States Ky Hollenbeck May 14, 2011 ? ? 1
Hollenbeck defeated Grégory Choplin ( France) by unanimous decision after 5R at the Star of the Desert Arena at Buffalo Bill's Casino in Primm, Nevada, United States.[101][102][103][104]
Hollenbeck defeated Simon Chu ( United Kingdom) by unanimous decision (50-45/49-47/49-47) after 5R at the Star of the Desert Arena at Buffalo Bill's Casino in Primm, Nevada, United States on August 20, 2011.[105][106][107][108]
Interim France Raphaël Llodra March 9, 2013 ? ? 0
Llodra defeated Jakub Gazdík ( Czech Republic) by KO at 1R at Salle Jean-Marie Bialy in La Riche, France. Originally, he was going to fight against Vladimar Moravcik ( Slovakia).[109][110][111]
After this bout, he had been certified as "in recess" for few years.[112]
4 France Raphaël Llodra 2013 2016 ? 0
Llodra was promoted to the regular champion because Yohan Lidon, the current regular champion, was demoted to recess champion in 2013.

2016 Francisco Matos from Portugal Win World Title please insert in list [113]
Llodra was demoted to recess champion in 2014.[114]

5 France Jimmy Vienot 23 February 2017 Current 729 0
Viennot defeated Denpanum Kelacorath ( Thailand) by KO at 3R by left elbow strike at Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.[115][116]
Interim France Jimmy Vienot January 2018 April 2018? ? 0
At least, he was demoted to interim champion in January 2018.[117]
In recess France Jimmy Vienot April 2018? Current ? 0
At least, it is confirmed that he was demoted to In-recess champion at the rating on April 2018.[118]
6 Belgium Youssef Boughanem February 26, 2018 Current 361 0
Boughanem defeated Noppakaw Sairiruckmuaythai ( Thailand) by TKO(forefit) at 3R, and he won the vacant regular title.[119][120] In this bout, Boughanem retained his titles of Rajadamnern stadium middleweight and Phoenix world middleweight.

Super welterweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 Thailand Yodsanklai Fairtex December 10, 2005 2009 ? 2
Yodsanklai defeated John Wayne Parr (Australia) by decision after 5R at Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre in Queensland, Australia.[121][122][123] Yodsanklai became the 1st world champion of WBC Muaythai in history.
Yodsanklai defeated Mark Vogel (Germany) by TKO(Referee stoppage) with left elbow strike after 1R at Bayer-Sporthalle Wuppertal in Wuppertal, Germany on November 11, 2006,[124][125][126] and he retained his title(1).Yodsanklai defeated Malaipet Team Diamond (Thailand) by TKO(Doctor stoppage: cut) at 3R 3:00 at Trelawny stadium in Montengo Bay, Jamaica on June 20, 2008,[91][92][127] and he retained his title(2).
2 Equatorial Guinea Alejandro Asumu Osa February 13, 2010 June 6, 2012 856 0
Asumu Osa defeated Prakaysaeng Sir Oar (Thailand) by KO at 3R at Sofitel Malabo President Palace in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea.[128] Originally, this title was going to be held between Kem Sitsongpeenong (Thailand) and Ali Abrayem (Belgium) in France on January 31, 2010.[129]
3 Thailand Kem Sitsongpeenong June 6, 2012 January 25, 2014 598 1
Kem defeated Alejandro Asumu Osa ( Equatorial Guinea) by TKO(Referee stoppage) with right elbow strike at 2R at Impact Exhibition and Convention Center in Muang Thong Thani, Pak Kret, Nonthaburi, Thailand.[130][131][132][65][133]
Kem defeated Dylan Salvador ( France) by split decision (47-48/49-47/50-45) after 5R at Stade Volnay à Saint-Pierre in Réunion, France on September 7, 2013.[134]
4 Belarus Vitaly Gurkov January 25, 2014 2014 ? 0
Gurkov defeated Kem Sitsongpeenong ( Thailand) by decision after 5R at the Mediolanum Forum in Mirano, Italy.[135][136]
After this bout, he had been certified as "in recess".[137]
5 Thailand Kompetlek Lookprabaht December 5, 2015 2016 ? 0
Kompetlek defeated Matheus Pereira ( Brazil) by unanimous decision (49-48/49-48/49-48) after 5R at the Siam Oamnoi Boxing Stadium in Krathum Baen, Samut Sakhon, Thailand.[138][139]
6 Thailand Noppakrit Gor Kampanart August 23, 2018 Current 183 0
Noppakrit defeated Anthony Ford ( Canada) by decision after 5R at "Best Of Siam XIII" at Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand, and he won the vacant title. Originally, he was going to fight against Manaowan Sitsongpeenong ( Thailand) who was former WBC Muaythai welterweight champion.[82][83]

Welterweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 Thailand Noppadeth II Chuwatthana December 2, 2006 August 4, 2008 611 0
Noppadeth II defeated Leroy Beck ( Denmark) by decision after 5R at Vejlby-Risskov Hallen in Aarhus, Denmark.[140][141][142]
2 Thailand Big Ben Chor Praram VI August 4, 2008 June 9, 2012 1405 2
Big Ben defeated Noppadeth Chuwatthana II ( Thailand) by unanimous decision (49-47/50-47/49-47) after 5R at Rajdamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.[143]
Big Ben defeated Singyok Sor. Sisan ( Thailand) by unanimous decision (50-47/50-47/50-46) after 5R at Rajdamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand on September 21, 2009, and he retained his title(1).[144]
Big Ben defeated Lomisan Sor. Chokkitchai ( Thailand) by KO at 1R at National Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand on November 4, 2011, and he retained his title(2).[145]
3 France Fabio Pinca June 9, 2012 2015 ? 0
Pinca defeated Big Ben Chor Praram 6 ( Thailand) by the unanimous decision (49-48/49-48/47-48) after 5R at Impact Exhibition and Convention Center in Muang Thong Thani, Pak Kret, Nonthaburi, Thailand.[65]
After this bout, he had been certified as "in recess" for few years[146]
4 France Mehdi Zatout September 7, 2013 September 6, 2014 364 0
Zatout defeated Singmanee Kaewsamrit ( Thailand) by unanimous decision (49-48/49-47/50-48) after 5R at Stade Volnay à Saint-Pierre in Réunion, France.[147][148][149]
5 United Kingdom Liam Harrison September 6, 2014 Current (In recess) 1627 0
Harrison defeated Mehdi Zatout ( France) by unanimous decision after 5R at the Liverpool Olympia in Liverpool, England, U.K..[150][151][152]

6 France Morgan Adrar January 23, 2016 January 28, 2017 0
Adrar defeated Mehdi Zatout ( France) by decision after 5Rat Espace Sportif Maurice Nicod in Arbent, France.[153][154]
Originally, Adrar was going to fight against Liam Harrison ( United Kingdom) who was the current champion.[155]
7 Thailand Manaowan Sitsongpeenong January 28, 2017 ? ? 0
Manaowan defeated Morgan Adrar ( France) by split decision (48-47/47-48/48-47) after 5R at Salle Espace Louis Simon de Gaillard in Gaillard, Haute-Savoie, France.[156][157]
8 Thailand Buakiew Sitsongpeenong February 27, 2018 ? ? 0
Buakiew defeated Bobo Sacko ( France) by TKO(Referee stoppage) at 4R at Rajdamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand, and he won the vacant title

.[158][159]

Super lightweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 Thailand Danthai Siangmanasak September 17, 2006 November 28, 2009 1168 0
Danthai deeated Kieran Keddle ( United Kingdom/ ENG) by decision after 5R at Rivermead Leisure Complex and Gym in Reading, Berkshire, England, UK.[160][161]
2 France Fabio Pinca November 28, 2009 January, 2012 ? 0
Pinca defeated Danthai Siangmanasak ( Thailand) by TKO at 3R at the Palais des Sports de Lyon Gerland in Lyon, Lyon Metropolis, France.[98][162]
3 Thailand Sagetdao Petpayathai October 21, 2011 January, 2012 ? 0
Sagetdao defeated Kevin Ross ( United States) by TKO (Doctor Stoppage) at 3R 3:00 at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, California, United States.[163]
4 Thailand Sagetdao Petpayathai January, 2012 November 15, 2014 ? 1
Sagetdao was promoted to the regular champion in January, 2012.[164]
Sagetdao defeated Sofiane Derdega ( France) by TKO at 3R at Impact Exhibition and Convention Center in Muang Thong Thani, Pak Kret, Nonthaburi, Thailand on June 9, 2012,[65] and he retained his title(1).
Sagetdao defeated Tetsuya Yamato ( Japan) by TKO (elbow strike) at 4R at San Manuel Indian Casino & Bingo in Highland, California, United States on May 16, 2013, and he retained his title(2).[165]
Interim Thailand Arannchai Kiatpatarapran September 7, 2013 September 27, 2015 750 0
Arannchai defeated Kamel Jemel ( France) by TKO at 3R at Stade Volnay à Saint-Pierre in Réunion, France,[166] and he won the interim championship.
6 Japan Testuya Yamato November 15, 2014 September 27, 2015 316 0
Yamato defeated Sagetdao Petpayathai ( Thailand) by TKO (Doctor stoppage/nose injury by left elbow strike) at 3R 1:53 at Korakuen Hall in Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan.[167][168]
7 Thailand Arannchai Kiatpatarapran September 27, 2015 May 27, 2016 243 0
Arannchai defeated Tetsuya Yamato ( Japan), the current regular champion, by unanimou decision (50-46/50-45/49-47) after 5R at Korakuen Hall in Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan,[169][170] and he unified WBC Muaythai World Super lightweight championship.
8 France Rafi Bohic May 27, 2016 Current (in recess) 1001 0
Bohi defeated Arannchai Kiatpatarapran ( Thailand) by split decision (49-48/47-48/48-49) after 5R at Rajdamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.[171][172][173] After this bout he had been sanctioned as "champion in recess".[174]
7 Thailand Seksan Aor Kwanmuang April 28, 2018 Current 300 0
Seksan (aka Seksan Aor Kwanmuang) defeated Rodlek PK Seanchai ( Thailand) by the unanimous decision after 5R at Patong Boxing Stadium in Phuket, Thailand.[175][176]

Lightweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
Interim Thailand Kongpipob Petchyindee November 29, 2007 2009 ? ?
Kongpipob defeated Kamel Jemel ( France) by TKO(Doctor stoppage: cut) with left elbow strike at 1R at Stade Pierre de Coubertin in Paris, France.[177][178][179]
Interim Thailand Jaroenchai Ood-Donmuang August 21, 2010 January, 2012 ? 0
Jaroenchai deeated Hiromasa Masuda [ja] ( Japan) by split decision 2-1 after 5R at Haikou City Stadium in Haikou, Hainan, China.[180][181][182]
At least, he has been sanctioned as the interim champion until January 2012.[183]
1 Thailand Jomthong Chuwattana November 4, 2011 January 2016 ? 1
Jomthong defeated Hiromasa Masuda ( Japan) by TKO(Referee stoppage:punches) at 2R at Nimibutr Stadium of National Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.[184][185]
Jomthong defeated Yetkin Özkul ( Turkey) by the unanimous decision (50-46/50-46/50-46) after 5R at Impact Exhibition and Convention Center in Muang Thong Thani, Pak Kret, Nonthaburi, Thailand, and he retained his title(1).[65]


At least, he had been sanctioned as the regular champion until June 2015.[186]
He had been sanctioned as "champion in recess" from August 2015 until January 2016[187][188]

2 Turkey Yetkin Özkul March 8, 2014 ? ? 0
Özkul defeated Pornsanae Sitmonchai ( Thailand) by KO with punches at 3R at Palais des sports de l'Ile des Vannes in Saint-Ouen, Seine-Saint-Denis, France.[189][190]
Unfortunately, he had never been introduced as the champion in the official rating.
3 Thailand Panpayak Sitjatik February 23, 2017 Current 729 0
Panpayak defeated Phoneak Mor.Phuwana ( Thailand) by the unanimous decision (49-48/49-48/49-47) after 5R at Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand[116]

Super featherweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 Thailand Kaew Fairtex January 28, 2006 March, 2010 ? 1
Kaew defeated In-Wook Bin ( South Korea) by TKO(Refedee stoppage : Right elbow strike) at 4R at Plaza de Toros in Cancun, Mexico, and he won the title.[191]
Kaew defeated Genki Yamamoto ( Japan) by the unanimou decision (50-47/49-46/50-45) after 5R at Normandie Casino in Gardena, California, United States on September 8, 2009.[192][9]
He was sanctioned as the regular champion until September 2009.[193]
2 Thailand Kompetlek Lookprabaht January 2, 2010 ? ? 0
Kompetlek deeated Yetkin Özkul ( Turkey) by decision after 5R at the Theatre Arena of Mike's Shopping Mall in Pattaya, Thailand.[194][73]
3 Thailand Jomthong Chuwattana July 14, 2011 2011 ? 0
Jomthong defeated Petek Ekbangsai or written as Phetaik Kiatyongyuth ( Thailand) by decision after 5R at Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.[195]
4 Thailand Kongsayarm Tor-Pitakchai November 4, 2011 ? 0
Kongsayarm defeated Saengmorakot Chuwattana ( Thailand) by decision after 5R at Nimibutr Stadium of National Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.[185] At least, he was sacntioned as the champion until January 2012[183]
5 Thailand Kaimukkaow Watcharachaikgym July 5, 2012 January, 2013 ? 0
Kaimukkaow defeated Eaklith Mor Krunthepthonburi ( Thailand) by KO at 5R at Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand, and he won both of WBC and Rajadamnern Stadium Super featherweight title.[196]
At least, he was sacntioned as the champion until January 2013.[197]
6 Japan Genji Umeno November 15, 2014 June 2018 ? 2
Umeno defeated Jompitchit Chuwattana ( Thailand) by the unanimous decision (50-45/50-47/49-47) after 5R at Korakuen Hall in Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan.[198][199] Umeno defeated Pethboonchu Sor.sommai by KO with right upper cut at 3R 2:13 Korakuen Hall in Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan on July 20, 2015. Umeno was sanctioned as succeeding defending his title(1) before the bout had been started because Pethboonchu failed to pass weighing. Pethboonchu's weight was 60.80kg at the first weighing, and it was heavier than the limit 2kg. He faile second weighing 2 hours later. The bout was handicaped match that Pethboonchu was deducted his point -1 and forced to wear 10 oz gloves.[200]
Umeno defeated Keith McLachlan ( United Kingdom) by TKO (Referee stoppage : Punches) at 2R 0:34 at Korakuen Hall in Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan.[201][202]

In June 2018, Umeno announced that he returns his WBC Muaythai title because he can not defend his title against Superlek Mor Rattanabundit the interim champion within 3 months due the plan of the rematch against Kulapdum Sor.Jor.Piek-Uthai.[203]

Interim Thailand Superlek Mor Rattanabundit September 23, 2016 June 2018 ? 0
Superlek defeated Saeksan Or. Kwanmuang ( Thailand) by decision after 5R at Lumpinee Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.[204][205]
7 Thailand Superlek Mor Rattanabundit June 2018 Current ? 0
Superlek got promoted to the regular champion because Umeno returned his title.

Featherweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 Thailand Anuwat Kaewsamrit October 19, 2006 July 31, 2008 651 0
Anuwat defeated Singtongnoi Por Telakun ( Thailand) by TKO(Referee stoppage: Right cross) at 3R at Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.[206]
2 Thailand Jomthong Chuwattana July 31, 2008 2011 ? 2
Jomthong defeated Anuwat Kaewsamrit ( Thailand) by the unanimous decision (47-49/47-49/47-49) after 5R at Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.[207]

Jomthong defeated Albert veera Chey ( France) by decision after 5R at the Palais des Sports de Lyon Gerland in Lyon, Lyon Metropolis, France on November 28, 2009, and he retained his title.[208] [209]

Jomthong defeated Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym ( Thailand) by decision after 5R at Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand on May 26, 2011, and he retained his title.[210][211]

3 France Hakim Hamech September 20, 2014 ? ? 0
Hamech defeated Chaichana ( Thailand) by KO (Knee shot to liver) at 1R at Palais des Sports de St Fons in Saint-Fons, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France.[212]
On February 27, 2018, there was going to be held the bout for the vacant championship between Elias Mahmoudi ( France) vs. Rungkao Petchyindee ( Thailand) at Lumpinee Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand, but it was changed to "non-title bout" because Mahmoudi failed to make the 126lbs weight limit.[213] WBC Muaythai announced that "only Rungkaao can become champion" at first, but it had been changed. In addition, originally Pakkalek Tor Laksong ( Thailand) was going to fight instead of Rungkao.[214]
4 Thailand Petchdam Petchyindee May 10, 2018 Current 288 0
Petchdam defeated Rungkit MorBeskamala ( Thailand) by decision after 5R at Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.[215]

Super bantamweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 Thailand Kaimukdam Chuwattana November 4, 2011 June 2014 ? 2
Kaimukdam defeated Kunitaka Fujiwara ( Japan) by the unanimous decision (50-45/50-46/50-47) after 5R at Nimibutr Stadium of National Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.[216][185]
Kaimukdam defeated Methawin Kiatyongyut ( Thailand) by decision after 5R at Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand on January 25, 2012, and he retained his title(1) and he won the vacant title of Rajadamnern Stadium Super bantamweight.[217]
At least, he was sanctioned as the regular champion until June 2014.[218]
2 Thailand Jomhod Sagami May 16, 2013 ? ? 0
Jomhod defeated Romie Adanza by TKO(Cut) at 1R at San Manuel Indian Casino & Bingo in Highland, California, United States.[219][220][221]
3 Thailand Pateng Kiatponthip July 5, 2015 Febaruary 2017 ? 0
Pateng defeated Kunitaka Fujiwara ( Japan) by KO with jumping right knee shot at 3R 0:57 at Hall of Appla Takaishi in Takaishi, Osaka, Japan.[222]
.[223]
Interim Italy Joseph Lasiri February 18, 2017 Current (Interim) 734 0
Lasiri defeated Mohamed Bouchareb ( France) by decision after 5R at Palazzetto dello Sport in Monza, Italy.[224][225]

Bantamweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 Thailand Kaiyasit Chuwattana July 31, 2008 ? ? 0
Kaiyasit defeated Dawsaming Ingram-Gym ( Thailand) by the unanimous decision (49-47/49-47/50-47) after 5R at Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand, and he also retained his Rajadamnern Stadium Bantamweight title.[226][207]
2 United Kingdom Andy Howson September 9, 2014 February 2016 ? 0
Howson defeated Mohamed Bouchareb ( France) by the unanimous decision (50-47/50-46/50-46) after 5R at the Liverpool Olympia in Liverpool, England, U.K..[227]
At least, he was sanctioned as the regular champion until February 2016.[228]
3 Thailand Nongyut Sitjaekan June 7, 2018 Current 260 0
Nongyut defeated Theptaksin Sor Sornsing ( Thailand) by the unanimous decision (47-49/47-49/47-49) after 5R at Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.[229]

Super flyweight[edit]

Flyweight[edit]

Light flyweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 Thailand Praewpao Muayded XCIX May 9, 2018 Current 289 0
Praewpao defeated Sangfah Nor Anuwatgym ( Thailand) by TKO (Referee stpppage: Cut) at 4R at Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand, and he won the title.[215]
"XCIX" is pronouced as "gaao-sip-gaao" in Thai.

Mini flyweight[edit]

No. Name Date winning Date losing Days Defenses
1 Thailand Nungkongjiam Kiatsombat July 14, 2011 January 2013 ? 1
Nungkongjiam defeated Jompet Chuwattana ( Thailand) by decision after 5R at Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.[195]
Nungkongjiam defeated Singto Parnsomboon ( Thailand) by decision after 5R at Nimibutr Stadium of National Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand on November 7, 2011,[185] and he retained is title(1).
At least, he was sanctioned as the regular champion until January 2013.[197]
2 Thailand Nichaoew Suwitgym January 5, 2013 November 2013 ? 0
Nichaoew defeated Raktemroi Visutchatoenyont ( Thailand) by decision after 5R at Khlong Prao Festival Grounds in Ko Chang, Trat Province, Thailand.[230]
At least, he was sanctioned as the regular champion until November 2013.[113]
3 Japan Nadaka Eiwasports(Nadaka Yoshinari) April 8, 2018 Current 369 0
Nadaka defeated Tuantong Singmanee ( Thailand) by the unanimou decision (50-45/49-46/50-44) after 5R at Differ Ariake in Koto, Tokyo, Japan.[231][232]

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