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Lumpinee Boxing Stadium
(Sanam Muay Lumpinee)
New Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in 2014
Map
LocationRama IV Road (8 December 1956 – 8 February 2014),
Ram Intra Road (11 February 2014 – present)
Bangkok, Thailand
Coordinates13°52′1.36″N 100°36′31.88″E / 13.8670444°N 100.6088556°E / 13.8670444; 100.6088556
OwnerRoyal Thai Army
MG Rachit Arunrangsee,
President
OperatorRoyal Thai Army
Capacity5,000
Field size3007.5 m2
Construction
Built1956
Opened8 December 1956
Expanded11 February 2014 (move ground)
Tenants
Songchai Promotions
Annual King's Cup
Website
muaythaitickets.com/lumpinee-stadium-events/

Lumpinee Boxing Stadium (Thai: สนามเวทีมวยลุมพินี) is a sporting arena in Bangkok, Thailand. Opened more than a decade later than Rajadamnern Stadium, Lumpinee is run by the Royal Thai Army. It has become the symbol of modern Muay Thai. Only Rajadamnern Stadium rivals the prestige of holding the title of "Muay Thai Champion of Lumpinee". The ranking system and championship titles are held from mini flyweight (105 lb) up to super welterweight (154 lb).[1]

Muay Thai bouts are held on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. The fights usually start around 18:00.[1]

The final event at its original site on Rama IV Road near Lumphini Park was held on 8 February 2014.[2] The stadium then moved to its new home on Ram Intra Road which can hold up to 5,000 spectators.[3] The new stadium held the first fight on 11 February 2014 and was officially opened on 28 February 2014.[4]

History[edit]

The bell of the old stadium
Muay Thai ring at the old stadium in 2005
Inside the new stadium

General Praphas Charusathien was the driving force behind the construction of the Lumpinee Stadium, the second national stadium built in Thailand after Rajadamnern. Lumpinee opened its doors on 8 December 1956. The stadium is operated by the Army Welfare Department of the Royal Thai Army. All proceeds from the fights go towards supporting the various departments of the Thai Army.[5] The board of directors, as of 2020 headed by Army Commander Apirat Kongsompong, consists entirely of army officers.[6]

Eleven promoters are responsible for booking boxers to fight at the stadium. The rules are the same as at Rajadamnern: boxers must weigh more than 100 lb (45.4 kg), older than 15 years, with a weight difference between boxers of not more than a 5 lb (2.3 kg). Women are not allowed to fight in the stadium or enter the ring.[7]

One of the most famous Lumpinee champions was Dieselnoi Chor Thanasukarn who reigned without defeat in the early-1980s, holding the Lightweight title for four years. He was eventually forced to retire because he ran out of opponents.[8]

Lumpinee Stadium was implicated in a cluster of COVID-19 cases during the coronavirus pandemic in Thailand in 2020.[9] Boxing matches were held on 6 March 2020 in spite of a government shutdown order issued on 3 March.[10][11] Among those later stricken by COVID-19 was the chief of the Army Welfare Department, who had been at the stadium.[12]

In early 2021, it was reported that the Army was considering releasing the stadium to the private sector, or turning the stadium into a museum.[13] In response to this, Lumpinee management announced their intention to re-brand and implement major changes. These changes included allowing women to fight in the stadium, begin hosting mixed martial arts bouts and ban gambling in order to attract a non-gambling audience.[14][15]

Traditionally reserved for male fighters, Lumpinee Stadium eventually hosted its first female fight card on November 13, 2021. The main event featured Buakaw Mor.Kor.Chor.Chaiyaphum facing Sanaejan Sor.Jor.Tongprajin for the WBC Muaythai mini flyweight championship and Lumpinee Stadium women's mini flyweight championship, with Sanaejan winning by decision.[16]

Having long been a venue for Muay Thai, Lumpinee Stadium made history by holding its first mixed martial arts event on January 16, 2022, hosted by Fairtex Fight Promotion. The event consisted of both Muay Thai and MMA fights.[17][18] In August 2022 it began hosting ONE Championship events, with nearly all fights under Muay Thai rules.

Notable champions[edit]

Boxer in new Lumpinee Boxing Stadium

Only six non-Thai athletes have become Lumpinee champions. The first winner was French-Algerian fighter Morad Sari, who claimed the super lightweight championship in 1999. French fighter Damien Alamos won the super lightweight title in 2012 and was the first foreigner to defend the belt later that year. France's Rafi Bohic, won the welterweight title in 2017 and defended the belt four times. Moroccan-Belgian Youssef Boughanem won the middleweight title in 2018. Japan's Nadaka Yoshinari became mini flyweight champion in 2019, though he won the belt at an event in Japan. The last non-Thai fighter to win the belt was Jimmy Vienot in 2019 at middleweight.[19] A number of non-Thais have achieved top 10 rankings within the stadium. Ramon Dekkers was one of the most renowned foreign fighters in Lumpinee history, but he never won the Lumpinee belt.[20] Stéphane Nikiéma would have been the second foreign Lumpinee champion, but his title fight ended in a no-contest.[21]

Current champions[edit]

Weight Class Champion Date won Days
Mini Flyweight Vacant 0
Light Flyweight Vacant 0
Flyweight Vacant - -
Super Flyweight Vacant
Bantamweight Vacant
Super Bantamweight Vacant
Featherweight Vacant - -
Super Featherweight Vacant 0
Lightweight Kanongsuek Gor.Kampanat April 29, 2023 412
Super Lightweight Vacant - -
Welterweight Vacant
Super Welterweight Kongthailand Kiatnavy May 6, 2023 405
Middleweight Denpanom Pran26 June 17, 2023 363
Super Middleweight Vacant

Championship history (incomplete)[edit]

Pinweight Championship[edit]

Weight limit: 102 lb (46.3 kg)
Name Date Defenses
Thailand Piti Muangkhonkaen
(def. Sakarinnoi Suansampran)
November 2, 1976
Inaugural champion. Piti vacated the title in 1977.
Thailand Jakrawan Kiattisaktewan
(def. Mongkoldej Sakwittaya)
February 10, 1978
Jakrawan vacated the title in 1978.
Thailand Hanuman Sitporluang
(def. Somyot Sor.Thanyaburi)
1978
Thailand Kongtoranee Payakaroon
(def. Hanuman Sitporluang)
December 15, 1978
  • def. Kingchai Phisanchai on March 23, 1979
Thailand Bangkhlanoi Sor.Thanikul
(def. Kongtoranee Payakaroon)
June 26, 1979
Bangkhlanoi vacated the title in 1979.
Thailand Samart Payakaroon
(def. Kongsamut Sor Thanikul)
February 11, 1980
Thailand Chamuekpet Hapalang
(def. Samart Payakaroon)
August 8, 1980
Thailand Rungchai Thairungruang
(def. Chamuekpet Hapalang)
January 9, 1981
Thailand Wisanupon Saksamut
(def. Rungchai Thairungruang)
July 14, 1981
Wisanupon vacated the title in 1982.
Thailand Palannoi Kiatanan
(def. Paruhatlek Sitchunthong)
May 21, 1982
Palannoi vacated the title in 1982.
Thailand Paruhatlek Sitchunthong
(def. Chakpethnoi Sitsei)
December 7, 1982
  • def. Kaophong Sitmorbon on January 7, 1983
Paruhatlek vacated the title in 1983 and the Pinweight championship was later discontinued.

Mini Flyweight Championship[edit]

Weight limit: 105 lb (47.6 kg)
Name Date Defenses
The title was vacant as of 1983.
Thailand Sittichai Monsongkhram
(def. Pongdech Chomputong)
1983
Thailand Dennuea Denmolee
(def. Sittichai Monsongkhram)
June 29, 1984
Dennuea vacated the title in 1985.
Thailand Pungluang Kiatanan
(def.)
1986
Thailand Hippy Singmanee
(def. Pungluang Kiatanan)
December 19, 1986
Hippy was stripped of the title following a knockout loss to Langsuan Panyuthaphum in a non-title fight on July 31, 1987.
Thailand Hippy Singmanee (2)
(def. Saeksan Sitchomthong)
January 26, 1988
Hippy vacated the title in 1988.
Thailand Saengdao Kiatanan
(def. Jaroensap Kiatbanchong)
1989
Thailand Kompayak Singmanee
(def. Saengdao Kiatanan)
February 6, 1990
Thailand Nungubon Sitlerchai
(def. Kompayak Singmanee)
March 30, 1990
Thailand Thongchai Tor.Silachai
(def. Nungubon Sitlerchai)
August 21, 1990
Thongchai vacated the title in 1991.
Thailand Seksan Sit Chomthong
(def. )
1990s
Thailand Kongka Nor.Nakpathom
(def. Singhasamphan Kiatsingnoi)
June 28, 1994
  • def. Singhasamphan Kiatsingnoi on July 29, 1994.
Thailand Ekachai Or.Chaibadan
(def. )
1990s
Thailand Paruhutnoi Sor Jaroensuk
(def. )
1999
Thailand Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke
(def. )
1999
Thailand Pornsawan Porpramook
(def. Rungrit Sitchamong)
October 2, 1999
Pornsawan vacated the title in 2001.
Thailand Palangpon Piriyanoppachai
(def. )
August 22, 2003
Thailand Nuttapon Por.Pernruamsang
(def. Palangpon Piriyanoppachai)
November 28, 2003
Nuttapon vacated the title in 2005.
Thailand Chaiyo Soonkalabannon
(def. Numpetch Sor.Tantip)
July 20, 2004
Chaiyo vacated the title in 2004.
Thailand Rattanadeat Tor.Pansit
(def. Fahpatan Or.Seangtawee)
May 6, 2005
Thailand Nukrobdam Tor.Bangsean
(def. Rattanadeat Tor.Pansit)
October 21, 2005
  • def. Namphet Sor.Tantip on December 9, 2005.
Nukrobdam vacated the title in 2006.
Thailand Wanheng Menayothin
(def. Khunponjew Siangsawanpanpa)
June 2, 2006
Wenheng vacated the title in 2007.
Thailand Rungphet Wor.Sangprapai
(def. Kongmuengjan Or Benjamas)
December 12, 2007
Rungphet vacated the title in 2007.
Thailand Nongnan Kiatprathum
(def. Wanheng Menayothin)
December 12, 2007
Nongnan vacated the title in 2008.
Thailand Wanchai Sor Kittisak
(def. Nongbonlek Sitmutu)
March 28, 2008
Thailand Thanusuklek Or.Kwanmuang
(def. Wanchai Sor Kittisak)
July 4, 2008
  • def. Moo4 Sit Tor on January 13, 2009.
Thailand Werachai Wor.Wiwattanon
(def. Thanusuklek Or.Kwanmuang)
March 6, 2009
  • def. Choknumchai Sitjakung on December 8, 2009.
Werachai vacated the title in 2010.
Thailand Wanchai Sor Kittisak (2)
(def. Prakaypet Singklonchon)
March 5, 2010
Thailand Petchmorakot Wor.Sangprapai
(def. Wanchai Sor Kittisak)
March 25, 2011
Petchmorakot vacated the title in 2011.
Thailand Sangmanee Sor Tienpo
(def. Petch Lukmakhamwan)
April 6, 2012
Sangmanee vacated the title in 2012.
Thailand Panpayak Jitmuangnon
(def. Detkart Por Pongsawang)
September 20, 2012
  • def. Yodmanut Petpotong on January 17, 2013.
Panpayak vacated the title in 2013.
Thailand Satanmuanglek Windysport
(def. Newlukrak Pagonponsurin)
June 7, 2013
Satanmuanglek vacated the title in 2013.
Thailand Newlukrak Pagonponsurin (2)
(def. Tuktatong Por.Thairungruang)
February 28, 2014
Newlukrak vacated the title in 2014.
Thailand Ongree Sor.Dechaphan
(def. Wanpichit Menayothin)
September 5, 2014
Ongree was stripped of the title when he pulled out of his first scheduled title defense in December 2014.
Thailand Ronachai Santi-Ubon
(def. Senpayak Phor.Jaroenpeth)
December 9, 2014
Ronachai vacated the title in 2015.
Thailand Phetrung Sitsornong
(def. Ongree Sor.Dechaphan)
July 5, 2015
Phetrung vacated the title in 2015.
Thailand Nangoen Lukjaomesaivaree
(def. Koko Paeminburi)
March 4, 2016
Nongoen vacated the title in 2017.
Thailand Saksri Kiatmuu9
(def. Seeoui Singmawynn)
September 8, 2017
Saksri vacated the title in 2018.
Thailand Hercules Phetsimean
(def. Samuenthep Por.Petchsiri)
June 5, 2018
Hercules vacated the title in 2018.
Thailand Samuenthep Por.Petchsiri
(def. Ittipon Singmawin)
November 30, 2018
Samuenthep vacated the title in 2019.
Japan Nadaka Yoshinari
(def. Singdam Kafaefocus)
April 14, 2019
Yoshinari vacated the title in 2019.
Thailand Pon Parunchai
(def. Phetmalai Phetjaroenvit)
December 6, 2019
Pon vacated the title in 2020. The title was retired between 2021 and 2023 following the covid-19 pandemic.

Light Flyweight Championship[edit]

Weight limit: 108 lb (49.0 kg)
Name Date Defenses
Thailand Orachunnoi Hor.Mahachai
(def. )
1974
Thailand Yodded Singsornthong
(def. Orachunnoi Hor.Mahachai)
1974-75
Thailand Orachunnoi Hor.Mahachai (2)
(def. Yodded Singsornthong)
November 1976
  • def. Sornarai Sakwittaya on June 17, 1977
Thailand Sornarai Sakwittaya
(def. Orachunnoi Hor.Mahachai)
1978
Sornarai vacated the title in 1979.
Thailand Khunponnoi Sitprasang
(def. Kongtoranee Payakaroon)
November 2, 1979
Khunponnoi vacated the title in 1980.
Thailand Kongtoranee Payakaroon
(def. Khiopit Chuwattana)
February 22, 1980
Kongtoranee vacated the title in 1980.
Thailand Samart Payakaroon
(def. Poolap Sakniran)
November 11, 1980
Thailand Bangkhlanoi Sor.Thanikul
(def. Makhamphet Rojsongkhram)
March 31, 1981
Bangkhlanoi vacated the title in 1981.
Thailand Chamuekpet Hapalang
(def. Narak Sipkraysi)
October 23, 1981
Chamuekpet vacated the title in 1982.
Thailand Wisanupon Saksamut
(def. Makhamphet Rojsongkram)
March 12, 1982
Wisanupon vacated the title in 1982.
Thailand Paruhatlek Sitchunthong
(def. Sanphet Sor Wongsiam)
March 12, 1983
Thailand Audnoi Lukprabat
(def. Paruhatlek Sitchunthong)
July 26, 1985
Audnoi vacated the title in 1985.
Thailand Paruhatlek Sitchunthong
(def. Fahlan Lukprabat)
December 7, 1985
Thailand Supernoi Sitchokchai
(def. Paruhatlek Sitchunthong)
January 18, 1986
? Supernoi vacated the title in 1986.
Thailand Namphon Nongkeepahuyuth
(def. Petchan Sakwichan)
November 25, 1986
Thailand Wangchannoi Sor Palangchai
(def. Namphon Nongkeepahuyuth)
December 19, 1986
Wangchannoi vacated the title immeditaely afeter winning it.
Thailand Namphon Nongkeepahuyuth (2)
(def. Petchan Sakwicha)
May 19, 1987
Namphon vacated the title immeditaely afeter winning it.
Thailand Langsuan Panyuthaphum
(def. Dennuea Denmolee)
May 19, 1987
Langsuan vacated the title in 1988.
Thailand Hippy Singmanee
(def. Karuhat Sor.Supawan)
August 30, 1988
Thailand Tukkatathong Por.Pongsawang
(def. Hippy Singmanee)
March 30, 1990
Thailand Kruerkchai Kaewsamrit
(def. Tukkatathong Por.Pongsawang)
August 31, 1990
Kruekchai vacated the title in 1991.
Thailand Thongchai Tor.Silachai
(def. Morakot Sor.Tamarangsri)
July 1, 1991
Thongchai vacated the title in 1992.
Thailand Nongnarong Luksamrong
(def. Samkor Chor.Rathchatasupak)
September 25, 1992
Thailand Charnsak Singhklongsi
(def. )
1999
Thailand Yodradub Kiatphayatai
(def. )
2000
Thailand Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke
(def. )
2002
Thailand Daoprasuk Sitpaafaa
(def. )
2003
Thailand Suwitlek Kor.Sapaotong
(def. Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke)
December 9, 2003
Thailand Fahmechai Boplaboonchu
(def. Suwitlek Kor.Sapaotong)
November 23, 2004
Fahmechai vacated the title in 2005.
Thailand Suwitlek Kor.Sapaotong (2)
(def. Chatchai Sor Tanayong)
May 6, 2005
Suwitlek vacated the title in 2005.
Thailand Hualamphong Fonjangchonburi
(def. Chalermpon Phetsupapan)
February 24, 2006
Thailand Norasing Lukbanyai
(def. Hualamphong Fonjangchonburi)
June 2, 2006
  • def. Fahmai FA Group on July 14, 2006
Norasing vacated the title in 2007.
Thailand Nongbeer Choknamwong
(def. Silarit Sor.Suradej)
June 8, 2007
Nongbeer vacated the title upon winning it in 2007.
Thailand Khunponjew Seangsawangpanpla
(def. Apidet Sor.Sommai)
September 7, 2007
  • def. Rungphet Wor.Sangprapai on December 7, 2007
Khunponjew vacated the title in 2008.
Thailand Sripatanalak Sukasemresort
(def. Narongdej Sor.Saknarong)
May 2, 2008
Sripatanalak vacated the title in 2008.
Thailand Lekkom Sor Wongsawas
(def. Superbank Or.Kwanmuang)
November 7, 2008
Lekkom vacated the title in 2009.
Thailand Khunsuk P.N.Gym
(def. Superbank Or.Kwanmuang)
2009
Thailand Wanchalong Sitsornong
(def. Khunsuk P.N.Gym)
December 8, 2009
Thailand Mongkolchai Kwaitonggym
(def. Wanchalong Sitsornong)
October 24, 2010
Mongkolchai vacated the title in 2011.
Thailand Lomtalay Sitsornong
(def. Mondam Sor.Werapol)
March 8, 2011
Lomtalay vacated the title in 2011.
Thailand Wanchai Sor.Kitisak
(def. Sarawut Phithakpaphadaeng)
June 8, 2012
Thailand Sarawut Phithakpaphadaeng
(def. Wanchai Sor.Kitisak)
September 7, 2012
Thailand Sam-D PetchyindeeAcademy
(def. Sarawut Phithakpaphadaeng)
December 7, 2012
Thailand Chaisiri Sakniranrat
(def. Sam-D PetchyindeeAcademy)
March 29, 2013
Chaisiri vacated the title in 2013.
Thailand Wanchai Kiatmuu9 (2)
(def. Detkart Por.Pongsawang)
December 3, 2013
Wanchai vacated the title in 2014.
Thailand Wanchai Kiatmuu9 (3)
(def. Satanmuanglek Numponthep)
March 6, 2015
Wanchai vacated the title in 2015.
Thailand Satanmuanglek Numponthep
(def. Sam-D Petchyindee Academy)
December 25, 2015
Satanmuanglek vacated the title in 2016.
Thailand Satanmuanglek Numponthep (2)
(def. Jaroenpon Poptheeratham)
September 2, 2016
Satanmuanglek vacated the title in 2017.
Thailand Phetphuthai Sitsarawatseua
(def. Phettarue Sidakobwatsaduphan)
November 7, 2017
Phetphuthai vacated the title in 2018.
Thailand Wanchainoi Sitsarawatseur
(def. Saenchainoi Thanaimichel)
June 5, 2018
Wanchainoi vacated the title in 2019.
Thailand Nompraew Torachathan
(def. Tubtimthong SorJor.Lekmuangnon)
May 10, 2019
Thailand Rak Erawan
(def. Singhalek Sor.Chokmeechai)
December 6, 2019
Rak vacated the title in 2020.

Flyweight Championship[edit]

Weight limit: 112 lb (50.8 kg)
Name Date Defenses
Thailand Ponchai Rattanasit
(def. Adul Srisothon)
June 22, 1957
Inaugural champion
On January 8, 1963, Saenchai Terdthai and Khunphaen Muangthong fought to a majority draw for the vacant belt.
Thailand Suchat Srisothon
(def. Payaknoi Klongpachon)
1960s
Suchat is said to be the 10th Flyweight champion.
Thailand Kingthong Ariphai
(def.)
1964
Thailand Berkruek Chatwanchai
(def. Kingthong Ariphai)
August 4, 1964
Berkruek faced Phaedcha Srichantopas as a title defense on November 3, 1964.
Thailand Vicharnnoi Porntawee
(def. Samingthong Jeeraphan)
October 31, 1967
  • def. Samingthong Jeeraphan on April 5, 1968
Vicharnnoi vacated the title in 1968.
Thailand Klairung Lukjaomaesaitong
(def. Kangwanprai Singkasempon)
1970
Klairung vacated the title in 1970.
Thailand Pudpadnoi Worawut
(def. Kiatpatum Phanphang-nga)
January 29, 1971
Pudpadnoi vacated the title in 1971.
Thailand Dejsuphan Hollywood
(def. Kotchasarnoi Pholcharoen)
September 29, 1972
Thailand Ruengsak Porntawee
(def. Daonin Singasawin)
March 12, 1974
Ruengsak vacated the title in 1974.
Thailand Rochadet Rojasongkram
(def. )
1978
The title was vacant as of July 1, 1979.
Thailand Piti Muangkhonkaen
(def. Thong Petchyindee)
July 31, 1979
Thailand Sornnarai Sakwitthaya
(def. Piti Muangkhonkaen)
1980
Thailand Kongtoranee Payakaroon
(def. Singtong Prasopchai)
September 23, 1980
Thailand Chamuekpet Hapalang
(def. Kongtoranee Payakaroon)
June 22, 1982
Chamuekpet vacated the title in 1982.
Thailand Palannoi Kiatanan
(def. Yongyuthnoi Sakchaiyasit)
1982
Palannoi vacated the title in 1983.
Thailand Saencherng Pinsinchai
(def. Klaipatapi Majestic)
April 20, 1984
Saencherng vacated the title in 1984.
Thailand Wisanupon Saksamut
(def. Panrit Luksiracha)
April 2, 1985
Thailand Ruensagknoi Por.Phet
(def. Wisanupon Saksamut)
June 4, 1985
Thailand Wisanupon Saksamut
(def. Ruensagknoi Por.Phet)
August 27, 1985
Wisanupon vacated the title in 1986.
Thailand Burklerk Pinsinchai
(def. Odnoi Lukrabat)
September 9, 1986
Thailand Kwayrong Sit Samthahan
(def. Burklerk Pinsinchai)
February 6, 1987
Thailand Burklerk Pinsinchai (2)
(def. Kwayrong Sit Samthahan)
July 24, 1987
Thailand Dokmaipa Por Pongsawang
(def. Burklerk Pinsinchai)
August 28, 1987
Dokmaipa vacated the title in 1988.
Thailand Paruhatlek Sitchunthong
(def. Detduang Por.Pongsawang)
May 3, 1988
Thailand Kaensak Sor.Ploenjit
(def. Paruhatlek Sitchunthong)
May 2, 1989
Kaensak vacated the title in 1989.
Thailand Thanooin Chor.Rathani
(def. )
1989
Thailand Karuhat Sor.Supawan
(def. Pairojnoi Sor Siamchai)
April 10, 1990
Thailand Chainoi Muangsurin
(def. Karuhat Sor.Supawan)
June 29, 1990
Thailand Jaroensap Kiatbanchong
(def. Chainoi Muangsurin)
August 31, 1990
Thailand Langsuan Panyuthaphum
(def. Jaroensap Kiatbanchong)
May 31, 1991
Thailand Nungubon Sitlerchai
(def. Langsuan Panyuthaphum)
August 6, 1991
Nungubon vacated the title in 1991.
Thailand Karuhat Sor.Supawan
(def. Jaroensap Kiatbanchong)
November 4, 1991
The title was contested for in New Zealand and was named the "International Lumpinee Stadium title".
The title vacant as of 1992.
Thailand Wangthong Por.Pisitchet
(def. Thongchai Tor.Silachai)
July 9, 1993
Thailand Thongchai Tor.Silachai
(def. Wangthong Por.Pisitchet)
October 2, 1993
  • def. Rittidet Sor.Ploenjit on November 30, 1993
  • def. Netnarin Fairtex in 19944
Thailand Sittichai Phetbangprang
(def. Thongchai Tor.Silachai)
May 23, 1995
Sittichai vacated the title in 1995.
Thailand Namsaknoi Yudthagarngamtorn
(def. Nuengpichit Sityodtong)
1995
Namsaknoi vacated the title in 1996.
Thailand Ekachai Or.Chaibadan
(def. Saenchai Sor.Kingstar)
1997
Thailand Khunponsuk Kwansongchai
(def. )
1990s
Thailand Chalarmkan Kietpanthong
(def. )
1999
Thailand Phet-Ek Sitjaopho
(def. )
2000
Thailand Hansuk Wor Sunthonnon
(def. )
2003
Thailand Panomroonglek Kiatmuu9
(def. Namsuk Phetsupaphan)
September 14, 2003
Panomrunglek vacated the title in 2004.
Thailand Terdthailak Nakontongparkview
(def. Mongkonchai Phetsuphapan)
November 2, 2004
Thailand Oley Kor.Kittisakgym
(def. Terdthailak Nakontongparkview)
February 24, 2006
Oley vacated the title in 2006.
Thailand Tingtong Siangsawangpanpa
(def. Terdthailak Nakontongparkview)
July 7, 2006
Thailand Somboonbaeb Sor.Phumpanmuang
(def. Tingtong Siangsawangpanpa)
September 22, 2006
Thailand Norasing Lukbanyai
(def. Somboonbaeb Sor.Phumpanmuang)
March 2, 2007
Thailand Chatchai Sor.Thanayrong
(def. Norasing Lukbanyai)
April 3, 2007
Chatchai vacated the title in 2007.
Thailand Pongsiri Por.Siripong
(def. Norasing Lukbanyai)
December 7, 2007
Pongsiri vacated the title in 2008.
Thailand Rungphet Wor.Saangprapai
(def. Nongbeer Choknamwong)
February 29, 2008
Rungphet vacated the title in 2008.
Thailand Khunponjiew Saengsawangphanpla
(def. Yodpet Wor.Sungprapai)
October 31, 2008
Khunponjiew vacated the title in 2009.
Thailand Norasing Lukbanyai
(def. Phetmorakot Teeded99)
June 5, 2009
Thailand Krittongkham Tor.Surachet
(def. Norasing Lukbanyai)
September 4, 2009
  • def. Kongfah Sor.Werapon on December 8, 2009
Thailand Ekmongkon Kaiyanghadaogym
(def. Krittongkham Tor.Surachet)
March 5, 2010
  • def. Dejsakda Wor.Sangprapai on February 4, 2011
Ekmmongkon vacated the title in 2011.
Thailand Pentai Sitnumnoi
(def. Mondam Sor.Werapon)
March 9, 2012
Pentai was stripped of the title for losing by knockout to Ruengsak Sitniwat on July 7, 2013.
Thailand Pentai Sitnumnoi (2)
(def. Yangthon Sitpanon)
September 6, 2013
Thailand Saknarinnoi Or.Aunsuwan
(def. Pentai Sitnumnoi)
June 6, 2014
Saknarinnoi vacated the title in 2015.
Thailand Khunhanlek Kiatjaroenchai
(def. Watcharaphon P.K.Senchai)
September 4, 2015
Thailand Ronachai Santi-Ubon
(def. Sarawut SorJor.Wichitpaedriew)
June 3, 2016
Thailand Kiewpayak Jitmuangnon
(def. Ronachai Santi-Ubon)
September 2, 2016
Kiewpayak vacated the title in 2016.
Thailand Kiew Parunchai
(def. Banlungngoen Sawansangmanja)
March 7, 2017
Thailand Ongree Sor.Dechaphan
(def. Kiew Parunchai)
June 9, 2017
Thailand Kompetch Sitsarawatsuer
(def. KOngree Sor.Dechaphan)
April 3, 2018
Thailand Kiew Parunchai (2)
(def. Kompetch Sitsarawatsuer)
May 1, 2018
Kiew vacated the title in 2018.
Thailand Samuenthep Por Petchsiri
(def. Nuapetch KelaSport)
September 24, 2019
  • def. Yod Parunchai on January 14, 2020

Super Flyweight Championship[edit]

Weight limit: 115 lb (52.2 kg)
Name Date Defenses
Thailand Apirak Singbobae
(def. Thong Petchyindee)
November 24, 1980
Thailand Samart Payakaroon
(def. Singthong Prasopchai)
March 31, 1981
Samart vacated the title in 1981.
Thailand Wisanupon Saksamut
(def. )
July, 1982
Thailand Sornsilp Sitnoenphayom
(def. Wisanupon Saksamut)
December 7, 1982
Sornslip vacated the title in 1983.
Thailand Kongtoranee Payakaroon
(def. Pornsaknoi Sitchang)
April 5, 1983
  • def. Rung Sakprasong on August 26, 1983
Kongtoranee vacated the title in 1984.
Thailand Phayannoi Sor.Tasanee
(def. Chamuekpet Hapalang)
October 18, 1984
Thailand Panrit Luskiracha
(def. Phayannoi Sor.Tasanee)
January 18, 1986
Panrit vacated the title in 1986.
Thailand Panrit Luskiracha (2)
(def. Rung Sakprasong)
December 19, 1986
Thailand Phayannoi Sor.Tasanee (2)
(def. Panrit Luskiracha)
August 11, 1987
Thailand Jaroenthong Kiatbanchong
(def. Phayannoi Sor.Tasanee)
December 29, 1987
Thailand Wisanupon Saksamut (2)
(def. Jaroenthong Kiatbanchong)
January 26, 1988
Thailand Dokmaipa Por Pongsawang
(def. Wisanupon Saksamut)
May 31, 1988
Thailand Langsuan Panyuthaphum
(def. Dokmaipa Por Pongsawang)
May 2, 1989
Thailand Boonlai Sor.Thanikul
(def. Langsuan Panyuthaphum)
January 19, 1990
Thailand Oley Kiatoneway
(def. Boonlai Sor.Thanikul)
June 8, 1990
Oley vacated the title in 1991.
Thailand Langsuan Panyuthaphum (2)
(def. Lamnamoon Sor.Sumalee)
July 7, 1992
Thailand Jaroensap Kiatbanchong
(def. Langsuan Panyuthaphum)
August 7, 1992
Thailand Lamnamoon Sor.Sumalee
(def. Jaroensap Kiatbanchong)
April 30, 1993
  • def. Rittidet Sor.Ploenchit on July 13, 1993
Lamnamoon vacated the title in 1993.
Thailand Nongnarong Luksamrong
(def. Yokthai Sit Or)
June 10, 1994
Thailand Yokthai Sit Or
(def. Nongnarong Luksamrong)
July 19, 1994
Yokthai vacated the title in 1994.
Thailand Nungubon Sitlerchai
(def. Yodsiam Sor.Prantalay)
April 28, 1995
Nungubon vacated the title in 1995.
Thailand Nongnarong Luksamrong (2)
(def. Thongchai Tor.Silachai)
March 26, 1996
Thailand Hantalay Sor.Ploenchit
(def. Nongnarong Luksamrong)
July 9, 1996
The title became vacant when Hantalay died on August 30, 1996.
Thailand Kaolan Kaovichit
(def. Thongchai Tor.Silachai)
September 24, 1996
Kaolan vacated the title in 1996.
Thailand Saenchai Sor.Khamsing
(def. Neungsiam Fairtex)
July 21, 1997
Saenchai vacated the title in 1997.
Thailand Thongchai Tor.Silachai
(def. )
1999
Thailand Paruhatnoi Sitjamee
(def. Thongchai Tor.Silachai)
March 3, 2000
Thailand Pettapee Chor Chinawong
(def. )
2003
Pettapee vacated the title in 2003.
Thailand Sudsakorn Tded99
(def. Visanlek Sor.Todsapon)
August 8, 2003
  • def. Surachai Kiatsingnoi on May 11, 2004
Sudsakorn vacated the title in 2004.
Thailand Sam-A Tor.Rattanakiat
(def. Petch Tor.Bangsaen)
December 7, 2004
Thailand Songkom Wor.Sangprapai
(def. Sam-A Tor.Rattanakiat)
March 29, 2005
  • def. Manasak Narupai on October 21, 2005
Songkom vacated the title in 2006.
Thailand Duangpichit Or Siripon
(def. )
2006
Thailand Detnarong Sitjaboon
(def. Duangpichit Or Siripon)
September 22, 2006
Thailand Sam-A Tor.Rattanakiat (2)
(def. Detnarong Sitjaboon)
March 2, 2007
  • def. Kampichit Riflownasoundna on June 8, 2007
  • def. Chatchai Sor.Thonayong on December 7, 2007
Sam-A vacated the title in 2008.
Thailand Panomroonglek Kiatmuu9
(def. Pongsiri Por.Siripong)
March 28, 2008
Panomrunglek vacated the title in 2008.
Thailand Rungphet Wor Rungniran
(def. Singdam Chockkanna)
March 6, 2009
Rungphet vacated the title in 2009.
Thailand Panomroonglek Kiatmuu9 (2)
(def. Poonsawan Lukprabat)
March 5, 2010
Thailand Nuangthep Eminentair
(def. Panomroonglek Kiatmuu9)
October 5, 2010
Thailand Chokprecha Kor.Sakuncha
(def. Nuangthep Eminentair)
2011
Thailand Wanchalong Sitsornong
(def. Chokprecha Kor.Sakuncha)
September 8, 2011
  • def. Choknumchai Sitjakong on August 8, 2012
Wanchalong vacated the title in 2012.
Thailand Superlek Wor.Sangprapai
(def. Muangthai Sor Boonyiam)
September 7, 2012
Superlek vacated the title in 2013.
Thailand Yokphet Sompongmataput
(def. Wanchalong Sitsornong)
February 5, 2013
Thailand Wanchalong Sitsornong (2)
(def. Yokphet Sompongmataput)
September 6, 2013
Thailand Kengkla Por.Pekko
(def. Wanchalong Sitsornong)
December 9, 2014
Thailand Wanchalong PK.Saenchai (3)
(def. Kengkla Por.Pekko)
June 3, 2016
Wanchalong vacated the title in 2017.
Thailand Kiew Parunchai
(def. Watcharapon P.K.Saenchai)
March 6, 2018
Kiew vacated the title in 2018.
Thailand Rungnarai Kiatmuu9
(def. Jomhod Eminentair)
December 7, 2018
Thailand Chanalert Meenayothin
(def. Rungnarai Kiatmuu9)
December 13, 2019
Chanalert vacated the title in 2020.

Bantamweight Championship[edit]

Weight limit: 118 lb (53.5 kg)
Name Date Defenses
Thailand Prasertchai Terdkiatpitak
(def. Saknoi Charoenmuang)
Inaugural champion.
Thailand Sornnarai Lukmahalok
(def. )
1965-66
  • def. Kongsuriya Surarong on March 8, 1966
Thailand Norasing Issaraphan
(def. Lakchai Lukmatuli)
1960s
Thailand Pairot Phayaksophon
(def. Norasing Issaraphan)
1960s
Thailand Saenchai Terdthai
(def. )
1964
Thailand Lakchai Lukmatulee
(def. Saenchai Terdthai)
August 4, 1964
Thailand Metprik Silachai
(def. )
1970
Thailand Klairung Lukjaomaesaitong
(def. Chaloemsak Ploenjit)
1972
Klairung vacated the title.
Thailand Singnoom Ekachai
(def. )
Thailand Khaosod Sitpraprom
(def. Singnoom Ekachai)
July 18, 1978
Khaosod vacated the title in 1978.
Thailand Paruhat Loh-ngoen
(def. Thanusuk Prasopchai)
March 23, 1979
  • def. Chokchainoi Sor.Chokprasert on September 11, 1979
Thailand Mafuang Weerapol
(def. Paruhat Loh-ngoen)
January 22, 1980
  • def. Kongtoranee Payakaroon on December 2, 1980
  • def. Fonluang Luksadetmaephuangtong on September 4, 1981
  • def. Jakrawan Kiattisaktewan on March 12, 1982
Thailand Bangkhlanoi Sor.Thanikul
(def. Mafuang Weerapol)
August 24, 1982
Thailand Sornsilp Sitnoenpayom
(def. Bangkhlanoi Sor.Thanikul)
April 5, 1983
Thailand Chamuekpet Hapalang
(def. Sornsilp Sitnoenpayom)
August 26, 1983
Thailand Kongtoranee Payakaroon
(def. Chamuekpet Hapalang)
January 31, 1984
Thailand Petchdam Lukborai
(def. Kongtoranee Payakaroon)
September 14, 1984
Thailand Maewnoi Sitchang
(def. Petchdam Lukborai)
February 8, 1985
Thailand Chanchai Sor Tamarangsri
(def. Maewnoi Sitchang)
June 4, 1985
Thailand Sanit Wichitkriangkrai
(def. Chanchai Sor.Tamarangsri)
January 18, 1986
  • def. Phanrit Luksiracha on June 13, 1986
Sanit Wichitkriangkrai vacated the title in 1986.
Thailand Chanchai Sor Tamarangsri (2)
(def. Panrit Luksiracha)
July 18, 1986
  • def. Wanlop Sitnoknit on December 19, 1986
Chanchai vacated the title in 1987.
Thailand Yodphet Sor Jitpattana
(def. Jampatong Na Nontachai)
August 25, 1987
Thailand Grandprixnoi Muangchaiyaphum
(def. Yodphet Sor.Chitpattana)
April 26, 1988
Thailand Saichon Pichitsuek
(def. Grandprixnoi Muangchaiyaphum)
1989
Thailand Kangwannoi Or.Sribualoi
(def. Saichon Pichitsuek)
December 8, 1989
  • def. Yodphet Sor Jitpattana on May 11, 1990
Thailand Taweesaklek Ploysakda
(def. Kangwannoi Or.Sribualoi)
July 24, 1990
Thailand Saenklai SitKruOd
(def. Taweesaklek Ploysakda)
June 18, 1991
Thailand Saenmuangnoi Lukchaopormahesak
(def. Saenklai SitKruOd)
November 29, 1991
Thailand Jaroensak Kiatnakhonchon
(def. Saenmuangnoi Lukchaopormahesak)
March 31, 1992
Thailand Yodkhunpon Sittraiphum
(def. Jaroensak Kiatnakhonchon)
December 8, 1992
Thailand Saenklai SitKruOd (2)
(def. Yodkhunpon Sittraiphum)
April 27, 1993
  • def. Jomhodlek Rattanachot on August 10, 1993
  • def. Anantasak Panyuthaphum on December 7, 1993
  • def. Singdam Or.Ukrit on March 29, 1994
  • draws with Dara-Ek Sitrungsap on May 20, 1994
  • def. Dara-Ek Sitrungsap on June 7, 1994
  • def. Singdam Or.Ukrit on August 5, 1994
Thailand Phetnamnueng Por.Chatchai
(def. Saenklai SitKruOd)
February 17, 1995
Thailand Chaiyai Sit Karuhat
(def. Dao-Udon Sor.Suchart)
October 17, 1995
Thailand Petcharun Sor.Suwanpakdee
(def. )
1996
  • def. Cheruwat Aborigin on October 27, 1996
Thailand Pornpitak PhetUdomchai
(def. )
1998
Thailand Saenchai Sor.Kingstar
(def. Pornpitak PhetUdomchai)
February 5, 1999
Thailand Nungubon Sitlerchai
(def. Saenchai Sor.Kingstar)
March 5, 1999
Thailand Saenchai Sor.Kingstar
(def. Nungubon Sitlerchai)
1999
Saenchai vacated the title in 1999.
Thailand Nongbee Kiatyongyut
(def. Denthoranee Nakontongpakyu)
1999
Nongbee vacated the title in 2000.
Thailand Petchmanee Petchsupapan
(def. )
2003
Thailand Ngatao Attarungroj
(def. Petchmanee Petchsupapan)
September 30, 2003
Ngatao vacated the title in 2004.
Thailand Pinsiam Sor.Amnuaysirichoke
(def. Petchek Sitjawai)
August 17, 2004
  • def. Anantachai Lukbanyai on May 27, 2005
Thailand Karnchai Kor.Bangkui
(def. Pinsiam Sor.Amnuaysirichoke)
January 27, 2006
Thailand Rakkiat Kiatprapat
(def. Karnchai Kor.Bangkui)
September 7, 2007
Thailand Petchboonchu FA Group
(def. Rakkiat Kiatprapat)
December 7, 2007
Petchboonchu vacated the title in 2008.
Thailand Phuengnoi Phetsupaphan
(def. Kompichit Riflowniasoundna)
May 2, 2008
Phuengnoi vacated the title in 2008.
Thailand Prab RiponeerSauna
(def. Saenkeng Jor.Nopparat)
July 30, 2008
Thailand Rungruanglek Lukprabat
(def. Rungphet Wor.Sangprapai)
December 8, 2009
Rungruanglek vacated the title in 2010.
Thailand Kaotam Lookprabaht
(def. Rungphet Wor Rungniran)
March 8, 2011
Kaotam vacated the title in 2012.
Thailand Phetmorakot Teeded99
(def. Nutchai Pran26)
June 8, 2012
Phetmorakot vacated the title in 2012.
Thailand Mondam Sor Weerapon
(def. Chokpreecha Kor.Sakooncher)
March 8, 2013
Thailand Superlek Kiatmuu9
(def. Mondam Sor Weerapon)
June 7, 2013
Superlek vacated the title in 2013.
Thailand Suakim Sit Sor Tor Taew
(def. Mondam Sor Weerapon)
September 6, 2013
Thailand Panpayak Jitmuangnon
(def. Suakim Sit Sor Tor Taew)
August 8, 2014
Thailand Prajanchai P.K.Saenchaimuaythaigym
(def. Panpayak Jitmuangnon)
September 5, 2014
Thailand Panpayak Jitmuangnon
(def. Prajanchai P.K.Saenchaimuaythaigym)
December 9, 2014
Panpayak vacated the title in 2015.
Thailand Kwanphet Sor.Suwanpakdee
(def. Methee Sor.Jor.Toipedriew)
March 6, 2015
Kwanphet vacated the title in 2015.
Thailand Petchdam Petchyindee Academy
(def. Khunhan Sitthongsak)
December 8, 2015
Pechdam vacated the title in 2016.
Thailand Kengkart Por.Pekko
(def. Ponkit Tor.Aiewjaroentongpuket.)
August 30, 2016
Kengkart vacated the title in 2017.
Thailand Ronachai Tor.Ramintra
(def. Kengkart Por.Pekko)
June 9, 2017
Ronachai vacated the title in 2017.
Thailand Superjeng Sor.Samangarment
(def. Suesat Paeminburi)
September 8, 2017
Superjeng vacated the title in 2018.
Thailand Kongsuk Sitsarawatsuer
(def. Jakdao Wissanukollakan)
December 7, 2018
Kongsuk vacated the title in 2019.
Thailand Kompetch Sitsarawatsuer
(def. Chokdee PK.Saenchaimuaythaigym)
August 10, 2019
Kompetch vacated the title in 2019.

Super Bantamweight Championship[edit]

Weight limit: 122 lb (55.3 kg)
Name Date Defenses
Thailand Saifah Saengmorakot
(def. )
1970
  • def. Fahsai Taweechai on May 29, 1970
Thailand Poot Lorlek
(def. Samyan Singsornthong)
January 29, 1971
The title was vacant as of May 1, 1973.
Thailand Sommai Ekayothin
(def. Rattana Lukprabat)
May 11, 1973
Poot was forced to vacate due to the lack of worthy contenders in 1977.
Thailand Sakphimai Ritwiboon
(def. Chaiyaphum Sakwittaya)
February 11, 1975
Thailand Kanchai Ponthawee
(def. )
1977
Kanchai was stripped of the title when he missed weight for a title defense on September 23, 1977.
Thailand Lom-Isan Sor.Thanikul
(def. Nakhonsawan Suamisakawa)
June 29, 1980
Thailand Saengsakda Kittikasem
(def. Lom-Isan Sor.Thanikul)
April 3, 1981
  • def. Phisek Thanakorn on June 5, 1984
  • def. Chokdee Kiatpayathai on July 5, 1985
Thailand Samransak Muangsurin
(def. Saengsakda Kittikasem)
June 13, 1986
Thailand Saencherng Pinsinchai
(def. Samransak Muangsurin)
December 19, 1986
Saencherng vacated the title in 1987.
Thailand Panomtuanlek Hapalang
(def. Petchdam Lukborai)
October 27, 1987
Thailand Wangchannoi Sor.Palangchai
(def. Panomtuanlek Hapalang)
November 25, 1988
  • def. Kaonar Sor Kettalingchan on July 25, 1989
Wangchannoi was stripped of the title on October 6, 1989, when a defense against Superlek Sorn E-Sarn was stopped by the referee for suspicion of a fixed fight.
Thailand Therdkiat Sitthepitak
(def. Superlek Sorn E-Sarn)
November 7, 1989
Therdkiat vacated the title in 1990.
Thailand Superlek Sorn E-Sarn
(def. Wangchannoi Sor.Palangchai)
August 7, 1990
Thailand Wangchannoi Sor.Palangchai (2)
(def. Superlek Sorn E-Sarn)
June 14, 1991
Thailand Boonlai Sor.Thanikul
(def. Wangchannoi Sor.Palangchai)
January 31, 1992
Thailand Chatchai Paiseetong
(def. Boonlai Sor.Thanikul)
August 31, 1993
Thailand Wangchannoi Sor Palangchai (3)
(def. Chatchai Paiseetong)
October 22, 1993
Thailand Chatchai Paiseetong (2)
(def. Wangchannoi Sor.Palangchai)
November 30, 1993
Thailand Karuhat Sor.Supawan
(def. Chatchai Paiseetong)
December 17, 1993
Thailand Wangchannoi Sor Palangchai (4)
(def. Karuhat Sor.Supawan)
April 29, 1994
Thailand Hansuk Prasathinpanomrung
(def. Wangchannoi Sor.Palangchai)
July 29, 1994
Thailand Meechok Sor.Ploenchit
(def. Hansuk Prasathinpanomrung)
1994
Thailand Karuhat Sor.Supawan (2)
(def. Meechok Sor.Ploenchit)
March 24, 1995
Karuhat vacated the title in 1995.
Thailand Samkor Kiatmontep
(def. Chernung Sit Yutapoon)
1995
Samkor vacated the title in 1996.
Thailand Ritthichai Lukjaopordam
(def. Nungubon Sitlerchai)
October 11, 1996
Thailand Attachai Por.Yosanan
(def. Ritthichai Lukjaopordam)
September 19, 1997
  • def. Khochasarn Singklonsi on November 28, 1997
Attachai vacated the title in 1999.
Thailand Khunpinit Kiattawan
(def. )
2000
Thailand Thailand Pinsinchai
(def. Fahsuchon Sit-O)
April 26, 2002
Thailand vacated the title in 2003.
Thailand Yodbuangam Lukbanyai
(def. Chatree Sitpafa)
April 22, 2003
Yodbuangam vacated the title in 2004.
Thailand Duangsompong Por.Khumpai
(def. Trijak Sitjomtri)
April 16, 2004
Duangsompong vacated the title in 2004.
Thailand Yuttakarn Tungsongtaksin
(def. Trijak Sitjomtri)
January 7, 2005
Yodbuangam vacated the title in 2005.
Thailand Denkiri 13rianresort
(def. Trijak Sitjomtri)
August 16, 2005
Thailand Nong-O Sit Or
(def. Denkiri 13rianresort)
April 25, 2006
Thailand Pokaew Fonjangchonburi
(def. Nong-O Sit Or)
October 19, 2006
Thailand Pinsiam Sor.Amnuaysirichoke
(def. Pokaew Fonjangchonburi)
March 2, 2007
Thailand Pansak Luk.Bor.Kor
(def. Pinsiam Sor.Amnuaysirichoke)
September 7, 2007
Thailand Detnarong Sitjaboon
(def. Pansak Luk.Bor.Kor)
December 7, 2007
Thailand Sam-A Tor.Rattanakiat
(def. Detnarong Sitjaboon)
October 31, 2008
  • def. Lekkla Thanasuranakorn on September 4, 2009
  • def. Tong Puideenaidee on December 7, 2010
  • def. Tong Puideenaidee on June 10, 2011
Sam-A vacated the title in 2012.
Thailand Tong Puideenaidee
(def. Petpanomrung Kiatmuu9)
April 3, 2012
Tong vacated the title in 2012.
Thailand Tingthong Chor KoiYuha-Isuzu
(def. Nongbeer Choknamwrong)
December 7, 2012
Tingthong vacated the title in 2013.
Thailand Petchmorakot Wor.Sangprapai
(def. Pokaew Fonjangchonburi)
June 7, 2013
Petchmorakot vacated the title in 2013.
Thailand Rungphet Kaiyanghadao
(def. Rungphet Wor Rungniran)
September 6, 2013
Rungphet vacated the title in 2013.
Thailand Detsakda Sitsongpeenong
(def. Kunitaka)
March 9, 2014
Detsakda vacated the title in 2014.
Thailand Nattaphon Nacheukvittayakom
(def. Ikki)
March 9, 2014
  • def. Arashi Fujihara on October 12, 2014
  • def. Sota Ichinohe on April 4, 2015
  • def. Ikki on July 19, 2015
  • def. Ikki on December 27, 2015
Nattaphon vacated the title in 2016.
Thailand Teto Hoywanpochana
(def. Pakayphet Eminentair)
August 8, 2017
Teto vacated the title in 2017.
Thailand Worawut Boveejean
(def. Ronachai Santi-Ubon)
March 6, 2018
Thailand Kongsuk Sitsarawatsuer
(def. Worawut Boveejean)
March 19, 2019
Kongsuk vacated the title in 2019.
Thailand Prajanchai P.K.Saenchaimuaythaigym
(def. Petchsamarn Sor.Samarngarment)
February 11, 2020

Featherweight Championship[edit]

Weight limit: 126 lb (57.2 kg)
Name Date Defenses
Thailand Sakda Yontharakit
(def. Issarasak Panthainorasing)
Inaugural Champion.
Thailand Isarak Barbos
(def. Sakda Yontharakit)
1950s
Thailand Adul Srisothon
(def. Issarasak Panthainorasing)
1958
Thailand Wicharn Sor.Pinjisak
(def. )
1960s
Thailand Danchai Ploenjit
(def. )
1960s
Thailand Ruengsak Sor.Lukpitak
(def. Wicharn Sor.Pinjisak)
Thailand Weeranit Charoenmuang
(def. )
Thailand Sirimongkol Luksiripat
(def. Anantadej Sithiran)
1970
Sirimongkol vacated the title in 1972.
Thailand Bundit Singprakarn
(def. Denthoranee Muangsurin)
December 8, 1972
  • def. Kiattinin Lookphisit on August 17, 1973
Bundit was stripped of the title when he was dismissed by the referee during a fight against Sagat Petchyindee on May 3, 1977.
Thailand Saknarongnoi Chutirat
(def. )
1978
  • def. Singnum Ekachai on April 11, 1978
Thailand Yoknoi Fairtex
(def. Sornslip Sitnoenpayom)
June 22, 1985
Thailand Bandon Sitbangprachan
(def. Yoknoi Fairtex)
October 11, 1985
  • def. Yoknoi Fairtex on January 18, 1986
Thailand Palannoi Kiatanan
(def. Bandon Sitbangprachan)
July 29, 1986
Thailand Yoknoi Fairtex (2)
(def. Palannoi Kiatanan)
November 25, 1986
Thailand Chanchai Sor Tamarangsri
(def. Yoknoi Fairtex)
July 31, 1987
Thailand Samransak Muangsurin
(def. Chanchai Sor Tamarangsri)
April 29, 1988
Thailand Jaroenthong Kiatbanchong
(def. Samransak Muangsurin)
November 25, 1988
Thailand Namphon Nongkeepahuyuth
(def. Jaroenthong Kiatbanchong)
March 10, 1989
Thailand Petchdam Sor.Bodin
(def. Namphon Nongkeepahuyuth)
March 30, 1990
Thailand Therdkiat Sitthepitak
(def. Petchdam Sor.Bodin)
June 30, 1990
Thailand Jaroenthong Kiatbanchong
(def. Therdkiat Sitthepitak)
June 14, 1991
Jaroenthong vacated the title in 1991.
Thailand Therdkiat Sitthepitak (2)
(def. Sanit Wichitkriangkrai)
September 27, 1991
Thailand Jongsanan Fairtex
(def. Therdkiat Sitthepitak)
February 21, 1992
Jongsanan vacated the title in 1993.
Thailand Therdkiat Sitthepitak (3)
(def. Oley Kiatoneway)
October 5, 1993
Thailand Mathee Jadeepitak
(def. Therdkiat Sitthepitak)
July 29, 1994
Thailand Lamnamoon Sor.Sumalee
(def. Mathee Jadeepitak)
May 21, 1996
Lamnamoon vacated the title in 1997.
Thailand Singsarawat Sitsamriengtower
(def. )
  • def. Khochasan Singklongsi
Thailand Thognthai Sit Jompop
(def. )
1999
Thailand Aisorasak Jor.Ratchakorn
(def. )
2000
The title was vacant as of July 2001.
Thailand Charlie Sor.Chaitamil
(def. Buakaw Por.Pramuk)
December 7, 2001
Charlie vacated the title in 2003.
Thailand Pornpitak Phet-Udomchai
(def. Orono MajesticGym)
September 19, 2003
Thailand Kongpipop Petchyindee
(def. Pornpitak PetchUdomchai)
November 12, 2004
Thailand Nopparat Keatkhamtorn
(def. Kongpipop Petchyindee)
December 7, 2004
Thailand Anuwat Kaewsamrit
(def. Nopparat Keatkhamtorn)
May 6, 2005
Anuwat vacated the title in 2005.
Thailand Duangsompong Por.Khumpai
(def. Yodwanlop Por.Nuttachai)
August 12, 2005
Duangsompong vacated the title in 2006.
Thailand Kaew Fairtex
(def. Traijak Sitjomtrai)
June 6, 2006
  • def. Sarawut Lukbanyai on December 8, 2006
Thailand Santipap SitUbon
(def. Kaew Fairtex)
March 2, 2007
Santipap vacated the title in 2007.
Thailand Sagetdao Petpayathai
(def. Chalermdet Infinity)
September 7, 2007
Thailand Nong-O Sit Or
(def. Sagetdao Petpayathai)
December 7, 2007
Thailand Chalermdeth Sor Tawanrung
(def. Nong-O Sit Or)
February 5, 2007
  • draws with Lo-ngern Pitakkruchaidaen on March 28, 2008
Thailand Pansak Look Bor Kor
(def. Chalermdeth Sor.Tawanrung)
July 4, 2008
Thailand Petchboonchu FA Group
(def. Parnsak LukkBorKor)
December 8, 2009
Petchboonchu vacated the title in 2009.
Thailand Pornsanae Sitmonchai
(def. Trijak Sitjomtrai)
December 8, 2009
Thailand Kongsak Sitboonmee
(def. Pornsanae Sitmonchai)
December 7, 2010
Kongsak vacated the title in 2011.
Thailand Penek Sitnumnoi
(def. Mongkolchai Kwaitonggym)
September 6, 2011
Thailand Superbank Mor Ratanabandit
(def. Penek Sitnumnoi)
July 9, 2013
Superbank vacated the title in 2015.
Thailand Panpayak Jitmuangnon
(def. Sam-A Kaiyanghadaogym)
March 6, 2015
Thailand Saen Parunchai
(def. Panpayak Jitmuangnon)
June 5, 2015
Saen vacated the title in 2015.
Thailand Panpayak Jitmuangnon (2)
(def. Kaonar P.K.SaenchaiMuaythaiGym)
December 22, 2015
Panpayak vacated the title in 2017.
Thailand Chalam Parunchai
(def. Messi Pangkongprab)
November 7, 2017
  • def. Siwakorn Kiatjaroenchai on December 11, 2018
Chalam was stripped of the title due to a knockout loss in a non title bout against Kiewpayak Jitmuangnon on June 26, 2019.
Thailand Chalam Parunchai (2)
(def. View Petchkoson)
March 6, 2020
Chalam vacated the title in 2021.

Super Featherweight Championship[edit]

Weight limit: 130 lb (59.0 kg)
Name Date Defenses
The title was vacant as of May 1973.
Thailand Pudpadnoi Worawut
(def. Chaiyut Sitiboonlert)
Junz 22, 1973
Thailand Khunponnoi Kiatsuriya
(def. Pudpadnoi Worawut)
July 26, 1974
Thailand Wichit Lukbangplasoi
(def. Khunponnoi Kiatsuriya)
October, 1974
Wichit was stripped following a suspicion of match of fixing during a title defense against Posai Sitiboonlert on May 14, 1976.
Thailand Ruengsak Porntawee
(def. Pornsak Sitchang)
January 23, 1981
Thailand Wanpadet Sitkhrumai
(def. Daoden Sakornpitak)
January 22, 1985
Wanpadet was stripped of the title for losing to Lucien Carbin in Amsterdam.
Thailand Daoden Sakornpitak
(def. Ratchabut Sor.Thanikul)
May 7, 1985
The title was vacant as of December 1, 1987.
Thailand Kongdej Chor.Wiraj
(def. Paksa Kiatsayan)
December 8, 1987
vacated the title in 1988.
Thailand Prasert Kittikasem
(def. Chanchai Sor.Tamarangsri)
July 26, 1988
Thailand Saencherng Pinsinchai
(def. Prasert Kittikasem)
March 10, 1989
Thailand Cherry Sor Wanich
(def. Saencherng Pinsinchai)
July 25, 1989
Thailand Namkabuan Nongkeepahuyuth
(def. Cherry Sor Wanich)
May 31, 1991
Namkabuan vacated the title in 1997.
Thailand Lamnamoon Sor.Sumalee
(def. Samkor Chor.Ratchatasupak)
December 19, 1997
  • def. Rambojiew Por.Thubtim on September 29, 1998
Thailand Lamnamoon Sor.Sumalee (2)
(def. Samkor Chor.Ratchatasupak)
September 25, 1999
Thailand Namsaknoi Yudthagarngamtorn
(def. Lamnamoon Sor.Sumalee)
December 7, 1999
Namsaknoi vacated the title in 2000.
Thailand Samkor Chor.Ratchatasupak
(def. Rambojiew Por.Thubtim)
April 22, 2000
The title was vacant as of 2005.
Thailand Singdam Kiatmuu9
(def. Orono Wor Petchpun)
May 6, 2005
Thailand Saenchai SinbiMuaythai
(def. Singdam Kiatmuu9)
December 9, 2005
Thailand Nopparat Keatkhamtorn
(def. Saenchai SinbiMuaythai)
June 2, 2006
Nopparat vacated the title in 2006.
Thailand Saenchai SinbiMuaythai (2)
(def. Duangsompong Kor.Sapaotong)
September 22, 2006
Thailand Orono Wor Petchpun
(def. Saenchai Sor.Kingstar)
December 7, 2007
Thailand Saenchai Sor.Kingstar (3)
(def. Orono Wor Petchpun)
May 2, 2008
Thailand Petchboonchu FA Group
(def. Saenchai Sor.Kingstar)
August 7, 2009
Thailand Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym
(def. Petchboonchu FA Group)
December 8, 2009
Thailand Kongsak Sitboonmee
(def. Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym)
June 10, 2011
Thailand F-16 Rachanon
(def. Kongsak Sitboonmee)
September 6, 2011
F-16 vacated the title in 2012.
Thailand Yodwicha Por Boonsit
(def. Kongsak Sitboonmee)
November 9, 2012
Yodwicha vacated the title in 2013.
Thailand Kongsak Sitboonmee
(def. Petpanomrung Kiatmuu9)
June 7, 2013
Kongsak vacated the title in 2013.
Thailand Petchmorakot Wor.Sangprapai
(def. Auisiewpor Sujibamikiew)
December 3, 2013
Petchmorakot vacated the title in 2015.
Thailand Kaewkangwan Priewwayo
(def. Superlek Kiatmuu9)
December 8, 2015
Kaewkangwan vacated the title in 2016.
Thailand Nuenglanlek Jitmuangnon
(def. Jamesak Sakburiram)
August 8, 2016
Thailand Phetmorakot Teeded99
(def. Nuenglanlek Jitmuangnon)
December 9, 2016
Phetmorakot vacated the title in 2017.
Thailand Mongkoldetlek KesaGym
(def. Suakim PK Saenchaimuaythaigym)
June 9, 2017
Thailand Nawapon Lookpachrist
(def. Mongkoldetlek KesaGym)
November 14, 2017
Nawapon vacated the title in 2018.
Thailand Suakim PK Saenchaimuaythaigym
(def. Theppabut Phetkiatphet)
September 7, 2018
Suakim vacated the title in 2019.
Thailand Songkom Bangkokalaiyon
(def. Krobsut Fairtex)
June 6, 2019
The title was retired in 2021-2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and is vacant as of 2024

Lightweight Championship[edit]

Weight limit: 135 lb (61.2 kg)
Name Date Defenses
Thailand Sompong Samarnchan
(def. Chanarong)
Inaugural champion.
Thailand Adul Srisothon
(def. Danchai Yontharakit)
1962
The title was vacant as of May 1, 1963.
Thailand Wicharn Sor.Pinjisak
(def. Prakaikaew Luk Sor.Kor.)
May 28, 1963
Wicharn vacated the title in 1963.
Thailand Saenthanong Ketsongkram
(def. )
1966-1967
Thailand Kanongmek Kachapichit
(def. Saenthanong Ketsongkram)
June 13, 1967
Thailand Saennapa Payaksophon
(def. )
1970
The title was vacant as of April 1, 1974 .
Thailand Sirimongkol Luksiripat
(def. Phayakphoom Phayakkhao)
April 19, 1974
  • def. Monsawan Lukchiangmai on November 2, 1976
Sirimongkol vacated the title in 1977.
Thailand Siangnow Sitbangprachan
(def. Siprae Kiatsompop)
May 6, 1977
Thailand Siprae Kiatsompop
(def. Siangnow Sitbangprachan)
September 6, 1977
Thailand Kraipetch Sor.Prateep
(def. )
1977
Thailand Siprae Kiatsompop
(def. )
1978
  • def. Jongcharoen Sakwittaya on February 20, 1979
The title was vacant as of January 1, 1981.
Thailand Dieselnoi Chor Thanasukarn
(def. Kaopong Sitchuchai)
January 9, 1981
Dieselnoi vacated the title in 1984.
Thailand Sagat Petchyindee
(def. )
1985
  • def. Sawainoi Daopadriew on October 22, 1985
The title became vacant as Sagat couldn't find an opponent in time.
Thailand Sagat Petchyindee (2)
(def. Komtae Chor.Swananan)
June 17, 1988
The title was vacant as of August 1, 1990.
Thailand Issara Sakkreerin
(def. Thantawanoi Tor.Silachai)
August 18, 1990
Issara vacated the title in 1991.
Thailand Coban Lookchaomaesaitong
(def. Bandong Sitbangprachan)
1991
Thailand Nongmoon Chomphutong
(def. Coban Lookchaomaesaitong)
November 1991
Nongmoon vacated the title in 1992.
Thailand Panomrunglek Chor.Sawat
(def. Sangtiennoi Sor.Rungroj)
October 13, 1992
Thailand Petchdam Lukborai
(def. Panomrunglek Chor.Sawat)
April 6, 1993
Thailand Panomrunglek Chor.Sawat (2)
(def. Petchdam Lukborai)
November 27, 1993
Thailand Sakmongkol Sithchuchok
(def. Panomrunglek Chor.Sawat)
January 8, 1994
Thailand Chandet Sor.Prantalay
(def. Sakmongkol Sithchuchok)
February 13, 1994
Thailand Jongsanan Fairtex
(def. Chandet Sor Prantalay)
July 1994
Jongsanan vacated the title in 1994.
Thailand Pairot Wor.Wolapon
(def. )
1994
Thailand Orono Por.MuangUbon
(def. Pairot Wor.Wolapon)
December 24, 1994
Orono vacated the title in 1997.
Thailand Sangtiennoi Sor.Rungroj
(def. Keng Singnakonkui)
September 27, 1997
  • def. Prabpramlek Sitnarong on February 14, 1998
Thailand Samkor Chor.Rathchatasupak
(def. Sangtiennoi Sor.Rungroj)
1998
Thailand Kaolan Kaovichit
(def. Samkor Chor.Rathchatasupak)
March 26, 1999
Thailand Khunsuk Phetsupaphan
(def. Kaolan Kaovichit)
August 10, 1999
The title was vacant as of April 1, 2000.
Thailand Namsaknoi Yudthagarngamtorn
(def. Kaolan Kaovichit)
April 25, 2000
Namsaknoi vacated the title in 2006.
Thailand Sagadpet IngramGym
(def. Samranchai 96Peenang)
June 6, 2006
Sagadpet vacated the title in 2008.
Thailand Duangsompong Kor.Sapaothong
(def. Tuantong Pumpanmuang)
September 16, 2008
Thailand Kaew Fairtex
(def. Duangsompong Kor.Sapaothong)
March 21, 2009
Kaew vacated the title in 2009.
Thailand Sagetdao Petpayathai
(def. Saenchai Sor.Kingstar)
December 8, 2009
Thailand Petchboonchu FA Group
(def. Sagetdao Petpayathai)
June 4, 2010
Thailand Saenchai SinbeeMuaythai
(def. Petchboonchu FA Group)
October 5, 2010
Saenchai vacated the title in 2011.
Thailand Sagetdao Petpayathai
(def. Petchboonchu FA Group)
March 8, 2011
Thailand Petchboonchu FA Group
(def. Sagetdao Petpayathai)
July 7, 2011
Petchboonchu vacated the title in 2013.
Thailand Singdam Kiatmoo9
(def. Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym)
June 8, 2012
Thailand Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym
(def. Singdam Kiatmoo9)
June 7, 2013
Thailand Singdam Kiatmoo9
(def. Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym)
July 12, 2013
Thailand Petchboonchu FA Group
(def. Singdam Kiatmoo9)
October 11, 2013
Petchboonchu vacated the title in 2014.
Thailand Pakorn Sakyothin
(def. Singdam Kiatmoo9)
February 28, 2014
Pakorn vacated the title in 2015.
Thailand Chujaroen Dabransarakarm
(def. Yodpanomrung Jitmuangnon)
September 4, 2015
Thailand Sittisak Petpayathai
(def. Chujaroen Dabransarakarm)
June 3, 2016
Sittisak vacated the title in 2017.
Thailand Yodlekpet Or. Pitisak
(def. Rambo Pet.Por.Tor.Or)
June 9, 2017
Yodlekpet vacated the title in 2018.
Thailand Kulabdam Sor.Jor.Piek-U-Thai
(def. Genji Umeno)
February 18, 2018
Kulabdam vacated the title in 2019.
Thailand Nuathoranee Samchaivisetsuk
(def. Sakchainoi M.U.Den) [22]
November 30, 2019
The title was retired in 2021-2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thailand Kanongsuek Gor.Kampanat
(def. Mathias Gallo Cassarino)
April 29, 2023

Super Lightweight Championship[edit]

Weight limit: 140 lb (63.5 kg)
Name Date Defenses
Thailand Wicharn Sor.Pinijsak
(def. Prakaikaew Luk.Sor.Kor)
May 28, 1963
Thailand Sorasak Sor.Lukbukkhalo
(def. Prayuth Suparaj)
June 1, 1971
Thailand Saensak Muangsurin
(def. Sorasak Sor.Lukbukkhalo)
November 30, 1971
Thailand Pichit Singchueklueng
(def. Rungroj Sor.Lakkhana)
1975 ?
Title was vacant as of January 1, 1987.
Thailand Changpuek Kiatsongrit
(def. Raktae Muangsurin)
March 20, 1987
Title was vacant as of April 1, 1999.
Thailand Jomhod Kiatadisak
(def. Pothai Chor.Waikul)
August 12, 1989
  • def. Sittisak Saksanguan on April 21, 1990
  • def. Sittisak Toranusron on May 31, 1992
Jomhod vacated the title in 1993.
Thailand Saimai Chor.Suananan
(def. Samart Kayadisorn)
September 14, 1996
Title was vacant as of April 1, 1999.
France Morad Sari
(def. Somchai Sor.Nantana)
May 8, 1999
The title was vacant as of September 1, 2000.
Thailand Huasai Oldwestgym
(def. )
2003
Thailand Chokdee Por.Pramuk
(def. Noppadet Saengsimaewgym)
February 17, 2004
Thailand Phetnaimek Sor.Siriwat
(def. Chokdee Por.Pramuk)
November 22, 2005
  • def. Khunsuk Phetsupapan on July 22, 2006
Phetnaimek vacated the title in 2007.
Thailand Kongfah Uddonmuang
(def. Noppadet Saengsimaewgym)
November 11, 2008
  • def. Kamel Jemel on February 26, 2010
France Damien Alamos
(def. Kongfah Uddonmuang)
February 10, 2012
  • def. Aranchai Tor.Pran26 on September 7, 2012
  • def. Singsuriya Mor Ratanabandit on July 16, 2013
Alamos was stripped of the title in 2013.
Thailand Chamuaktong Fightermuaythai
(def. Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym)
December 3, 2013
Thailand Saensatharn Sor.Suradej
(def. Chamuaktong Sor.Yupinda)
June, 2014
Thailand Singdam Kiatmuu9
(def. Saensatharn Sor.Suradej)
September 5, 2014
Thailand Chamuaktong Sor.Yupinda (2)
(def. Singdam Kiatmuu9)
December 8, 2015
Chamuaktong vacated the title in 2017.
Rittewada Sitthikul and Nontakit Tor.Morsi fought to a draw for the vacant title on September 5, 2017.
Thailand Rittewada Sitthikul
(def. Nontakit Tor.Morsi)
November 7, 2017
Rittewada vacated the title in 2018.
Thailand Kulabdam Sor.Jor.Piek-U-Thai
(def. Ferrari Jakrayanmuaythai)
March 19, 2019
Kulabdam vacated the title in 2019.
The title was retired in 2021-2022 due to the covid-19 pandemic and is vacant as of 2024

Welterweight Championship[edit]

Weight limit: 147 lb (66.7 kg)
Name Date Defenses
Thailand Srisawat Thiamprasit
(def. Tuanchai Kaewsuriya)
1956
Inaugural champion.
Thailand Parnsak Wittichai
(def. Srisawat Thiamprasit)
1957
Thailand Kiewwan Yontharakit
(def. )
1959
Kiewwan was the ninth champion in the history of the division.
Thailand Apidej Sit-Hirun
(def. Dejrit Itthianuchit)
August 4, 1964
Apidej was stripped of the title after losing by knockout in non title bout against Danchai Ploenchit on October 18, 1966.
Thailand Apidej Sit-Hirun (2)
(def. Payap Sakulsuk)
1967
Thailand Dejrit Itthianuchit
(def. Apidej Sit-Hirun)
September 27, 1967
Dejrit vacated the title.
Thailand Sukkasem Saifahlap
(def. Payap Sakulsuk)
December 7, 1967
Thailand Prabsuk Sakulthai
(def. Sukkasem Saifahlap)
1968
Thailand Buriram Suanmisakawan
(def. Singsuk Petchkasem)
1977
The title was vacant as of January 1, 1999.
On May 8, 1999, Nuengtrakarn Por.Muang-Ubon and Stéphane Nikiéma fought for the vacant belt with the bout ending in a no contest.
Thailand Dejpitak I.S.S
(def. )
1999-2000
Thailand Pajonsuk Lukprabat
(def. Kaolan Kaovichit)
July 20, 2002
Thailand Kaolan Kaovichit
(def. Pajonsuk Lukprabat)
March 8, 2003
Kaolan vacated the title in 2004.
Thailand Yodsanklai Fairtex
(def. Runkaew Sor.Boonya)
August 16, 2005
Yodsanklai vacated the title in 2006.
Thailand Thanongdet Chengzimaiwgym
(def. Kaodangyai Surapichfarm)
April 4, 2008
Aikpracha vacated the title in 2011.
Thailand Aikpracha Meenayothin
(def. Prakysiang Kaiyanghadaogym)
February 11, 2012
Aikpracha vacated the title in 2013.
Thailand Thongchai Sitsongpeenong
(def. Fahmongkol Sor.Jor.Danrayong)
June 7, 2013
Thongchai vacated the title in 2014.
Thailand Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong
(def. Maruay Sitjepond)
October 28, 2014
Sitthichai vacated the title in 2015.
Thailand Mangkornpet Sor.Kiatwat
(def. Manaowan Barcelonagym)
December 8, 2015
Mangkornpet vacated the title in 2016.
Thailand Pongsiri P.K.Saenchaimuaythaigym
(def. Rafi Bohic)
September 2, 2016
France Rafi Bohic
(def. Pongsiri P.K.Saenchaimuaythaigym)
June 17, 2017
Bohic was stripped of his title for losing by knockout in a non-title fight against Nontakrit Tor.Morsi on July 18, 2017.
France Rafi Bohic (2)
(def. Simanoot Sor Sarinya)
December 26, 2017
The title was retired in 2021-2022 due to the covid-19 pandemic. The title was vacant as of 2024

Super Welterweight Championship[edit]

Weight limit: 154 lb (69.9 kg)
Name Date Defenses
Thailand Hern Silathong
(def. Dejthai Ithichai)
1972
  • def. Dechthai Ittichai in 1973
The title was later discontinued for decades due to the lack of competition at the weight.
Thailand Saiyok Pumpanmuang
(def. Farid Villaume)
February 26, 2010
Saiyok vacated the title in 2012.
Thailand Sirimongkol Sitanupap
(def. Yodpayak Sitsongpeenong)
October 20, 2015
Thailand Yodpayak Sitsongpeenong
(def. Sirimongkol Sitniwat)
February 16, 2016
  • def. Fahsura Windysport on December 23, 2016
Yodpayak vacated the title in 2017.
Thailand Buakiew Sitsongpeenong
(def. Fahsura Windysport)
September 1, 2017
Buakiew vacated the title in 2018.
Thailand Talaytong Sor.Thanaphet
(def. Luis Cajaiba)
November 30, 2018
Talaytong vacated the title in 2019.
Thailand Capitan Petchyindee Academy
(def. Detrit Sathian Gym)
June 1, 2019
The title was retired in 2021-2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thailand Kongthailand Kiatnavy
(def. Luis Cajaiba)
May 6, 2023

Middleweight Championship[edit]

Weight limit: 160 lb (72.6 kg)
Name Date Defenses
Thailand Mekdam Lukchaofah
(def. Suchai Ketsongkram)
1950s
  • def. Sema Klasuek
Inaugural champion. Mekdam vacated the title and retired due to lack of opposition
Thailand Daoprakai Sor.Pinijsak
(def. Sornchai Mullayut)
1964
Daoprakai was stripped of the title when he was knocked out by Apidej Sit-Hirun in a non-title fight on September 8, 1964.
Thailand Dejthai Ratchadet
(def. Chakkrit Rithanuman)
June 13, 1967
Thailand Narong Phitsanurachan
(def. )
1967
Thailand Narong Phitsanurachan (2)
(def. )
1969
The title was vacant as of January 1, 1978.
Thailand Satanfah Sor.Prateep
(def. Genshuu Igari)
April 7, 1978
Satanfah vacated the title in 1979.
Thailand Noppakao SirilakMuaythai
(def. Erhan Gungor)
August 19, 2017
  • def. Takuya "T-98" Imamura on December 2, 2017.
Noppakaw vacated the title in 2018.
BelgiumMorocco Youssef Boughanem
(def. Talaytong Sor.Thanaphet)
May 22, 2018
Boughanem vacated the title in 2018.
France Jimmy Vienot
(def. Talaytong Sor.Thanaphet)
April 30, 2019
Thailand Sorgraw Petchyindee Academy
(def. Jimmy Vienot)
September 25, 2019
Thailand Denpanom Pran26
(def. Emerson Bento)
June 17, 2023


Super Middleweight Championship[edit]

Weight limit: 168 lb (76.2 kg)
Name Date Defenses
Thailand Kompikat Sor.Tawanrung
(def. Vianney Sépéroumal)
December 17, 2017
First and only champion of the division.

See also[edit]

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