July 30, 1980
|Native name||แสนชัย ซินบีมวยไทย|
|Other names||Saenchai Sinbimuaythai
Saenchai Sor. Kingstar
Sanchai Sor. Khamsing
Sangpetch Patanakan Gym
|Height||1.66 m (5 ft 5 in)|
|Weight||61 kg (134 lb; 9.6 st)|
|Fighting out of||Bangkok, Thailand|
|Years active||28 (1988–present)|
|Professional boxing record|
|Boxing record from BoxRec|
Saenchai (born July 30, 1980), formerly known as Saenchai Sor. Kingstar (Thai: แสนชัย ส.คิงสตาร์), is a Thai Muay Thai fighter. He won the Lumpinee Championship title in four different weight divisions, while mostly fighting larger opponents; therefore he was considered by many to be the best pound for pound Muay Thai fighter from 1999-2014, and is regarded as one of the best of all time. Saenchai would often give up weight to find worthy opponents in Thailand, and from 2003-2014 only lost two times in Thailand when the weights were equal, with all other losses happening when he was forced to have a weight disadvantage to make the fights more evenly matched. Against foreigners the gap in skill is so great he will go up as high as 147 pounds, which is 15+ pounds above his optimal weight class. Since 2010 he has fought 87 times in 15 countries and is perhaps the most active international fighter. He is best known for his ring vision, defense, kick catching, and strong dumps and sweeps. He retired from serious competition in Thailand in 2014 and now solely competes around the world against foreign fighters. Upon retiring from competition on the Thai circuit he was still able to make 130 pounds, with his final fight being forced to make 129 pounds. 
Saenchai started learning Muay Thai when he was 8 years old. He decided to start learning Muay Thai in Jockey gym when his friend's elder brother received a prize after a bout. He debuted after training for only a week, and he won his first bout by decision receiving 30 Baht (≒$1).
He started fighting in Bangkok when he was 14 years old, then transferred to Kamsing gym owned by Somluck Kamsing. Kamsing paid 300,000 Baht as a transfer fee. This is the reason Saenchai's ring name was "Saenchai Sor.Kamsing".
Turning to boxing
In 2002, Saenchai turned to boxing. He debuted as "Sangpetch Patanakan Gym" at featherweight. He fought against Rud 4K Kevkatchewon from Philippines to challenge for the vacant interim title of PABA on November 27, 2003, and he won the title by unanimous decision. In January 2004, he retained his PABA title against Rud.
In 2004, he decided to go back to Muay Thai again.
Discord with Khamsing
Saenchai visited Japan twice to fight and Khamsing agreed at those times, but Khamsing disagreed the third time. Although Khamsing tried to stop Saenchai from going to Japan, he went there with some Muay Thai fighters from another gym. Because of this incident, Khamsing broke off relations with Saenchai, and Saenchai moved to Kingstar gym. At this time, Khamsing received 300,000 Baht from Kingstar gym as a transfer fee.  On July 3, 2006, Saenchai fought against Sang-Soo Lim from Korea in Japan. Saenchai was going to fight against Shinya Ishige but he was replaced two weeks earlier as he had been injured during training. Lim was 21 cm taller and 10 kg heavier than Saenchai but Saenchai knocked out Lim at 2R with a right hook.
On July 3, 2009, Saenchai fought against two muay thai fighters in the single bout at Lumpinee stadium. During 1 to 3 round, he fought against Petchboonchu F.A. Group. Petchboonchu tried to attack aggressively at 1R, but Saenchai carried throughout his stamina-saving style and broke Petchboonchu's balance several times. During 4 to 5 round, Saenchai fought against Sakeddaow Petchpayathai. Saenchai controlled his critical distance with front-kicks and middle-kicks and he threw telling blows more than Sakeddaow did. The referee announced Saenchai's victory with unanimous decision after 5R.
Winning world title
On March 14, 2010, Saenchai fought against Tetsuya Yamato from Japan to challenge the vacant world lightweight title sanctioned by Muay Thai Association of America (MTAA) in Los Angeles. Saenchai knocked out Yamato with left high kick at 1R, and won the MTAA title.
First loss to a European
On January 21, 2012 Saenchai lost for the first time against a European in Muay Thai rules. The fight took place in Milan Italy against the foreign Thai boxer, Fabio Pinca. Saenchai had beaten Pinca years earlier. Despite the 12 kg weight difference, Saenchai put up a good fight. However, by the third round the size difference was starting to pay off for Pinca. He used his strength to tie Saenchai up and win a close but controversial decision. A headbutt by Pinca on Saenchai went unpunished as well as Saenchai's streak of 20 or more straight wins against foreign fighters was snapped.
He beat Pakorn Sakyothin by decision at Super Showdown 4 in Glasgow, Scotland on November 10, 2012 and then took a ponts victory over Damian Alamos twelve days later at Best of Siam 2 in Paris, France. Saenchai then defeated Liam Harrison for the third time at Muay Thai Warriors in Macau on December 9, 2012, taking a clear-cut unanimous decision.
He lost to 17-year-old phenom Yodwicha Por Boonsit on points at Lumpinee on May 10, 2013. The pair were set to rematch on June 7, 2013 but a lingering neck injury forced Saenchai out of the bout.
It was reported that he would fight Mickaël Piscitello at the WBC World Muay Thai Millennium Championship in Saint-Pierre, Réunion on September 7, 2013. However, he denied ever being on the card.
He lost to Petchboonchu FA Group on points at the last ever show held at the old Lumpinee Stadium on February 7, 2014.
He was scheduled for a March 8, 2014 meeting with Irishman Stephen Hodgers at Origins IV at Welterweight (-64.00 kg/141 lb) in Perth, Western Australia. Saenchai was unable to compete, however, as he did not meet certain criteria demanded by the Western Australia Combat Sports Commission and was replaced by Komkit Chanawong.
Saenchai beat Nong-O on points in a three-rounder at the grand opening of the new Lumpinee Stadium on February 28, 2014.
He beat Kamen Picken via UD at Combat Banchamek in Surin, Thailand on April 14, 2014.
He defeated Bertrand Lambert via decision at Muay Thai in Macau on June 6, 2014.
Saenchai PkMuayThai made his debut in Thai Fight’s ring, defeating the strong Scottish Craig Dickson (Sumalee) (Kard Chuek fight).
Titles and accomplishments
- 2014 Toyota Marathon Runner-up
- 2013 Toyota Vigo Marathon Tournament
- 2012 Muay Thai Warriors Welterweight (65 kg) champion
- 2012 W.P.M.F. Interim World Welterweight champion (147 lbs)
- 2011 WBC Diamond World Champion
- 2010 WMC World Lightweight (135 lbs / 61 kg) champion
- 2010 Lumpinee Stadium Lightweight (135 lbs / 61 kg) champion
- 2010 Toyota Cup tournament champion
- 2010 MTAA World Lightweight champion
- Lumpinee Stadium Super featherweight (130 lbs / 59 kg) champion
- Lumpinee Stadium Bantamweight (118 lbs / 53 kg) champion
- Lumpinee Stadium Super flyweight (115 lbs / 52 kg) champion
- 2003 PABA Featherweight interim champion (Defense: 1)
- 2008 Sports Writers of Thailand Fighter of the Year
- 1999 Sports Writers of Thailand Fighter of the Year
|Professional Muay Thai record|
|302 Wins, 52 Losses, 3 Draws|
|2016-11-19||Win||Ncedo Gomba||Thai Fight||Thailand||TKO (Left Cross)||2|
|2016-10-28||Win||Ognjen Topic||Yokkao 22||Hong Kong||Decision||3||3:00|
|2016-10-15||Win||Jonathan Tuhu||Thai Fight China||China||KO (Punch)||2|
|2016-09-11||Win||Charlie Peters||Thai Fight London||London, England||Decision||3||3:00|
|2016-08-20||Win||Anvar Boynazarov||Thai Fight||Thailand||Decision||3||3:00|
|2016-07-23||Win||Iurii Bukhvalov||Thai Fight||Thailand||KO (Punch)||1|
|2016-06-25||Win||Eddy Nait Slimani||Glory 31: Amsterdam||Amsterdam, Netherlands||Decision||3||3:00|
|2016-04-30||Win||Sean Clancy||Thai Fight||Thailand||TKO||3|
|2016-03-19||Win||Sergei Soroloev||Thai Fight||Thailand||Decision||3||3:00|
|2016-01-16||Win||Meng Qinghao||Hero Legends||China||Decision||3||3:00|
|2015-12-31||Win||Phal Saphorn||Thai Fight Bangkok||Thailand||TKO (Punch)||1|
|2015-12-05||Win||Vahid Shahbazi||Royal Cup Muay Thai||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||Decision||5||3:00|
|2015-10-24||Win||Victor Nunes||Thai Fight Vietnam||Vietnam||Decision||5||3:00|
|2015-10-10||Win||Massaro Glunder||Yokkao 15||England||Decision||5||3:00|
|2015-09-17||Win||Takhmasib Kerimov||Thai Fight Russia||Russia||Decision||3||3:00|
|2015-08-22||Win||Charles Francois||Thai Fight||Thailand||KO (Punch)||2|
|2015-08-08||Win||Hamza Essalih||Fight League||Morocco||Decision||5||3:00|
|2015-07-18||Win||Alessio D´Angelo||Thai Fight China||China||KO (Left High Kick)||1||0:30|
|2015-06-19||Win||Yetkin Ozkul||Best of Siam 6||Paris, France||TKO (broken nose from head kick)||5|
|2015-05-10||Win||Yasuyuki||Wanchai Super Fights||Japan||Decision||5||3:00|
|2015-05-02||Win||Matt Embree||Thai Fight 2015||Thailand||Decision||3||3:00|
|2015-04-04||Win||Jose Neto||Thai Fight 2015||Thailand||Decision||3||3:00|
|2014-12-21||Win||Gjilas Barache||Thai Fight 2014||Thailand||KO (head kick)||1|
|2014-11-22||Win||Morgan Adrar||Thai Fight Kard Chuek 2014||Khon Kaen, Thailand||Decision||3||3:00|
|2014-10-09||Loss||Phetmorakot Wor Sangprapai||Rajadamnern Stadium||Thailand||Decision||5|
|2014-09-20||Win||Craig Dickson||Thai Fight Vietnam||Vietnam||KO (body punch)||2|
|2014-08-16||Win||Stephen Meleady||Sandee & Siam Warriors Muay Thai Super Fights||Dublin, Ireland||TKO (cuts)||4|
|2014-06-06||Win||Bertrand Lambert||Muay Thai in Macau||Macau||Decision||5||3:00|
|2014-05-30||Loss||Singdam Kiatmuu9||Toyota Marathon Final||Surat Thani, Thailand||Decision||3||3:00|
|2014-05-30||Win||Jose Neto||Toyota Marathon Semi Final||Surat Thani, Thailand||Decision||3||3:00|
|2014-05-30||Win||Victor Jimenez||Toyota Marathon Quarter Final||Surat Thani, Thailand||Decision||3||3:00|
|2014-04-14||Win||Kamen Picken||Combat Banchamek||Surin, Thailand||Decision (unanimous)||3||3:00|
|2014-03-23||Win||Shota Sato||Hoost Cup: Legend||Nagoya, Japan||Decision (unanimous)||3||3:00|
|2014-02-28||Win||Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym||Grand Opening of New Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2014-02-19||Win||Victor Nagbe||Yokkao 7||Pattaya, Thailand||Decision||3||3:00|
|2014-02-07||Loss||Petchboonchu FA Group||Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2014-01-17||Win||Adayton Freitas||Muay Thai Warriors||Phuket, Thailand||TKO (punches)||3|
|2013-12-28||Loss||Kong Hong Xing||K-1 World MAX 2013 World Championship Tournament Quarter Finals - Part 1||Foshan, China||Ext. R Decision (Split)||4|
|2013-12-03||Loss||Petchboonchu FA Group||Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2013-11-15||Win||Singdam Kiatmuu9||Yokkao 5||Pattaya, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2013-10-31||Win||Victor Nagbe||Toyota Marathon||Thailand||Decision||3||3:00|
|2013-10-11||Win||Kongsak Sitboonmee||Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2013-09-17||Win||Andrei Kulebin||Combat Renaissance||China||Decision||3||3:00|
|2013-09-04||Win||Kongsak Sitboonmee||Rajadamnern Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2013-08-08||Win||Kongsak Sitboonmee||Rajadamnern Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2013-07-24||Win||Naimjon Tutaboef||Toyota Vigo Marathon Tournament, Final||Phitsanulok, Thailand||Decision (unanimous)||3||3:00|
|Wins Toyota Vigo Marathon Tournament Super Lightweight (140lbs) title.|
|2013-07-24||Win||Vahid Shahbazi||Toyota Vigo Marathon Tournament, Semi Finals||Phitsanulok, Thailand||Decision (unanimous)||3||3:00|
|2013-07-24||Win||Stanislav Patrakov||Toyota Vigo Marathon Tournament, Quarter Finals||Phitsanulok, Thailand||KO (elbow)||1||1:48|
|2013-06-28||Win||Raphael Bohic||Muay Thai Warriors: Dabble in Chiang Mai||Chiang Mai, Thailand||Decision (unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2013-06-16||Win||Yosuke Mizuochi||Hoost Cup Kings||Nagoya, Aichi, Japan||Decision (unanimous)||3||3:00|
|2013-05-10||Loss||Yodwicha Por Boonsit||Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision (split)||5||3:00|
|2013-03-09||Win||Houcine Bennoui||Siam Warriors||Cork, Ireland||Decision||5||3:00|
|2013-01-26||Win||Diesellek Aoodonmuang||Yokkao Extreme 2013||Milan, Italy||Decision (unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2013-01-04||Loss||Singdam Kiatmuu9||Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2012-12-09||Win||Liam Harrison||Muay Thai Warriors||Macau, China||Decision (unanimous)||5||3:00|
|Defends Muay Thai Warriors Welterweight (−65kg) title.|
|2012-11-22||Win||Damien Alamos||Best of Siam 2||Paris, France||Decision||5||3:00|
|2012-11-10||Win||Pakorn PKSaenchaimuaythaigym||Super Showdown 4||Glasgow, Scotland||Decision||5||3:00|
|2012-10-04||Win||Singdam Kiatmuu9||Rajadamnern Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2012-09-07||Loss||Singdam Kiatmuu9||Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2012-08-19||Win||JChao Li Dao||Muay Thai Warriors||China||KO (elbow)||1|
|Wins Muay Thai Warriors Welterweight (−65kg) title.|
|2012-07-20||Win||Umar Semata||Muaythai Gala – TV 11||Ratchaburi Province, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|Wins Interim WPMF World Welterweight title (147 lbs).|
|2012-06-14||Win||Mehdi Zatout||Best of Siam||Paris, France||Decision||5||3:00|
|2012-06-08||Win||Penek Sitnumnoi||Lumpinee Champion Krikkrai Fight||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2012-03-09||Win||Sagetdao Petpayathai||Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2012-01-21||Loss||Fabio Pinca||Yokkao Extreme||Milan, Italy||Decision||3||3:00|
|2011-12-09||Loss||Sagetdao Petpayathai||Kriekkrai Fights, Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2011-11-13||Win||Shunsuke Ōishi||M-1 Fairtex Muay Thai Challenge Raorak Mauy Final||Tokyo, Japan||KO (left knee shot)||4||1:35|
|2011-09-13||Win||Petchboonchu F.A. Group||Suek Petchpiya fights, Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2011-08-14||Win||Kevin Ross||World Class Fights, Commerce Casino||Los Angeles, United States||Decision||5||3:00|
|Win WBC Diamond World title Retain MTAA World Super Lightweight (140 lbs) title|
|2011-07-07||Win||Kongsak Sitboonmee||Wanmitchai Fights, Rajadamnern Stadium||Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2011-06-25||Win||Kurt Finlayson||Detonation 9||Caloundra, Australia||Decision (Unanimous)||5||3:00|
|Retains WMC World Muaythai title (135 lbs).|
|2011-06-10||Loss||Sagetdao Petpayathai||Kriekkrai Fights, Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|Fight was for Sagetdao's Thai Superfeather Title.|
|2011-04-09||Win||Liam Harrison||Fight Sport Industries||Doncaster, England, UK||Decision||5||3:00|
|2010-12-29||Win||Nong-O Sit Or||Wanmitrchai Fights, Rajadamnern Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|Retains Lumpinee and WMC World Muaythai title (135 lbs)(1).|
|2010-10-05||Win||Petchboonchu F.A. Group||Petyindee fights, Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|Wins Petchboonchu's Lumpinee and WMC Lightweight title.|
|2010-08-13||Win||Superbon Banchamek||Hatyai Stadium||Hatyai, South Thailand||Decision (Unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2010-07-13||Win||Sagetdao Petpayathai||Ruamnamjai Wongkarnmuay Fights, Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision (Unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2010-07-02||Win||Mazoud Izzadi||Toyota Cup 2010 Tournament, final||Nakhon Pathom, Thailand||KO (Left cross)||1||1:56|
|Wins Toyota Cup 2010 tournament title.|
|2010-07-02||Win||Issei Ingram Gym||Toyota Cup 2010 Tournament, semi final||Nakhon Pathom, Thailand||TKO (Referee stoppage)||1||2:25|
|2010-07-02||Win||Imran Khan||Toyota Cup 2010 Tournament, quarter final||Nakhon Pathom, Thailand||TKO (Referee stoppage)||2||1:46|
|2010-06-19||Loss||Wang Wei Hao||Wu Lin Feng||Henan, China||Decision||3||3:00|
|2010-06-12||Win||Rob Storey||MSA Muaythai Premier League||London, England||TKO (Ref. stoppage/left low kick)||4||0:13|
|2010-06-04||Loss||Petchmankong Petchfergus||TV3 Omnoi Siamboxing Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2010-05-05||Win||Nong-O Sit Or||Wanmitchai Grand Opening Fights, Rajadamnern Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||KO (Punch)||3||1:27|
|2010-04-03||Win||Yetkin Ozkul||S-8 Thaiboxing||Wuppertal, Germany||KO (Punch)||2||1:48|
|2010-03-14||Win||Tetsuya Yamato||World Champion Muay Thai Extravaganza||El Monte, California, United States||KO(Left high kick)||1||2:23|
|Wins the vacant MTAA World Lightweight (135lbs) title.|
|2009-09-29||Win||Nong-O Sit Or||Wanwerapon+JorPorRor7 Fight, Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2009-08-07||Loss||Petchboonchu F.A.Group||Petchpiya Fight, Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2009-07-03||Win||Sagetdao Petpayathai||Lumpinee vs. Rajadamnern, Lumpinee Stadium, second opponent||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision (Unanimous)||2||3:00|
|2009-07-03||Win||Petchboonchu F.A.Group||Lumpinee vs. Rajadamnern, Lumpinee Stadium, first opponent||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision (Unanimous)||3||3:00|
|2009-04-03||Win||Petchboonchu F.A Group||Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision (Unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2009-02-07||Win||Liam Harrison||Muay Thai Legends||Croydon, England||Decision (Unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2009-01-06||Win||Nong-O Sit Or||Lumpini Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||KO (Punch)||3|
|2008-11-30||Win||Nico Veressen||SLAMM "Nederland vs Thailand V"||Almere, Netherlands||Decision (Unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2008-10-31||Win||Saenchainoi Toyotarayong||Lumpinee champion Krikkri Fights||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2008-09-04||Win||Saenchainoi Toyotarayong||Daorungprabat Fights, Rajadamnern Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2008-08-08||Win||Wuttidet Lukprabart||Lumpini Kriekrai Fights, Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision (Unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2008-07-04||Loss||Wuttidet Lukprabart||Lumpini Kriekrai Fights, Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision (Unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2008-05-02||Win||Orono Wor Petchpun||Suklumpini Kriekrai Fights, Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision (Unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2008-03-02||Win||Rachid Belani||SLAMM "Nederland vs Thailand IV"||Almere, Netherlands||Decision (Unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2008-02-05||Loss||Petchmankong Petchfergus||Lumpini Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2007-12-07||Loss||Orono Wor Petchpun||Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision (Unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2007-10-11||Win||Jomthong Chuwattana||Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision (Unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2007-07-01||Win||Shinya Ishige||NJKF "Fighting Evolution VIII -Counter The Asian Attack!!-"||Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan||Decision(unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2007-04-21||Win||Fabio Pinca||Gala de Levallois-Perret||Levallois, France||Decision (Unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2007-03-15||Win ||Jaroenchai Kesagym||Rajadamnern Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||KO (body kick)||3|
|2007-01-28||Win||Kenji Takemura||NJKF "Fighting Evolution II – Muay Thai Open-"||Kōtō, Tokyo, Japan||KO(Left elbow)||4||1:52|
|2006-09-22||Win||Duongsompong Kor. Sapaotong||Lumpini Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2006-08-18||Win||Nong-O Sit Or||Lumpini Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2006-07-21||Draw||Duongsompong Kor. Sapaotong||Lumpini Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2006-07-02||Win||Sang-Soo Lim||NJKF "Advance VI"||Kōtō, Tokyo, Japan||KO(Right hook)||2||1:42|
|2006-06-02||Loss||Nopparat Kiatkamtorn||Lumpini Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2006-04-25||Draw||Nopparat Kiatkamtorn||Lumpini Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2006-03-24||Win||Singdam Kiatmuu9||Lumpini Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2006-03-19||Win||Joad Erraji||SLAMM "Nederland vs Thailand"||Almere, Netherlands||KO||1|
|2006-02-22||Win||Nopparat Kiatkamtorn||Rajadamnern Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2006-01-17||Draw||Nopparat Kiatkamtorn||Lumpini Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2005-12-09||Win||Singdam Kiatmuu9||Lumpini Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2005-11-04||Win||Orono Wor Petchpun||Fairtex Promotions, Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision (Unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2005-09-27||Loss||Nopparat Kiatkamthon||Wanboonya Fights, Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2005-09-06||Win||Kongipop Petyindee||Lumpini Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2005-07-19||Win||Singdam Kiatmuu9||Lumpini Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2005-06-10||Loss||Singdam Kiatmoo9||Phetpiya+Jawpawraw7 Fights, Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2005-03-24||Win||Singdam Kiatmoo9||Wanboonya Fights, Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision||5||3:00|
|2005-02-12||Win||Khem Sor Ploenchit||One Songchai Tsunami Show, Rajamangala Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||KO (Throw)||4||0:34|
|2004-12-29||Win||Yodbuangarm Lukbanyai||Wansongchai Fights, Rajadamnern Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||TKO||3|
|2004-10-25||Loss||Khem Sor Ploenchit||Palokmuaythai ITV, Siam Omnoi Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision (Unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2004-09-27||Win||Bovy Sor Udomsorn||Wansongchai Fights, Rajadamnern Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||TKO||4|
|2004-06-07||Win||Khem Sor Ploenchit||Wansongchai Fights, Rajadamnern Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision (Unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2004-05-05||Win||Puja S. Suwanee||Jaobunlunglok Fights, Rajadamnern Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision (Unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2003-08-28||Win||Ronnachai Naratrikun||SUK Wansongchai, Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision (Unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2003-04-26||Win||Petch-Ek Sithchaopor||Chachoengsao Promotion||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision (Unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2003-03-03||Win||Nong-B Kiatyongyuth||OneSongchai Promotion, Rajadamnern Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision (Unanimous)||5||3:00|
|2002-07-09||Win||Petch-Ek Sithchaopor||Petchburapa Promotion, Lumpinee Stadium||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision (Unanimous)||5||3:00|
|Saenchai's first ever fight. Won 30 Baht.|
|5 Fights 5 wins (2 (T)KOs) 0 Losses|
|2004-04-02||Win||Joebar Damosmog||Chaiyaphum, Chaiyaphum Province, Thailand||KO||3|
|2004-01-16||Win||Rud 4K Kevkatche||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision(unanimous)||12||3:00|
|Retains PABA interim Featherweight title.|
|2003-11-27||Win||Rud 4K Kevkatche||Lopburi, Lopburi Province, Thailand||Decision(unanimous)||12||3:00|
|Wins the vacant PABA interim Featherweight title.(1)|
|2003-10-10||Win||Pablo Boy Guevarra||Tatako, Nakhon Sawan, Thailand||KO||3|
|2002-05-18||Win||Teofilo Tunacao||Bangkok, Thailand||Decision(unanimous)||8||3:00|
Legend: Win Loss Draw/No contest Notes
Saenchai used following 4 names as a professional fighter.
- Saenchai Sor Kamsing / Saenchai Sor.Kamsing
- Sangpetch Patanakan Gym
- Saenchai Sor Kingstar / Saenchai Sor.Kingstar
- Saenchai Sor Saenchai / Saenchai Sor.Saen
- Fullcom.Y.K., ed. (January 3, 2008). Muay Thai ni kanshitewa konohonga saikouhou! (The Best Book of Muay Thai!). Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan: Touhou shuppan (Touhou Publishing.Corp). ISBN 978-4-8094-0649-2.
- "(レポ＆写真) [NJKF] 7.2 ディファ：高橋拓也、タイ強豪に敗れるも奮闘". boutreview.com.
- Dave Walsh. "Oct. 4: Saenchai vs. Singdam Rematch, Somluck Khamsing Returns With 5.27M Baht On The Line". liverkick.com.
- Dave Walsh. "Fights To Watch In November: Part 1". liverkick.com.
- Dave Walsh. "Saenchai Beats Pakorn In Scotland". liverkick.com.
- Dave Walsh. "Saenchai vs. Damien Alamos Tomorrow At Best Of Siam 2". liverkick.com.
- Dave Walsh. "Best of Siam 2: Saenchai beats Damien Alamos". liverkick.com.
- Dave Walsh. "Muay Thai Warriors Macau: Saenchai beats Liam Harrison for third time". liverkick.com.
- Dave Walsh. "Saenchai vs. Diesellek Aoodonmuang At Yokkao Extreme 2013, January 26". liverkick.com.
- Dave Walsh. "Fights To Watch In January 2013". liverkick.com.
- Dave Walsh. "Yokkao Extreme 2013 Live Results". liverkick.com.
- Dave Walsh. "Yokkao Extreme 2013 Recap: Askerov Upsets Souwer, Thais Showcased". liverkick.com.
- Dave Walsh. "Saenchai vs. Houcine Bennoui on March 9 in Ireland". liverkick.com.
- Dave Walsh. "March Madness: Muay Thai Fights to Watch This Month". liverkick.com.
-  Archived May 1, 2013, at the Wayback Machine.
- https://web.archive.org/web/20130608045838/http://fightsportasia.com/2013/05/10/a-new-legend-is-born-yodwicha-defeats-saenchai/. Archived from the original on June 8, 2013. Retrieved May 11, 2013. Missing or empty
- https://web.archive.org/web/20130607110131/http://fightsportasia.com/2013/05/14/saenchai-vs-yodwicha-ii-scheduled-for-june-7/. Archived from the original on June 7, 2013. Retrieved May 20, 2013. Missing or empty
-  Archived June 9, 2013, at the Wayback Machine.
- Dave Walsh. "Japanese Scene Weekly Recap: April 14th - 21st". liverkick.com.
- Dave Walsh. "Japanese Kickboxing Scene: June Preview". liverkick.com.
- https://web.archive.org/web/20130620041045/http://fightsportasia.com/2013/06/17/saenchai-wins-kickboxing-debut-in-japan-considering-move-to-k-1/. Archived from the original on June 20, 2013. Retrieved June 17, 2013. Missing or empty
- Dave Walsh. "Saenchai Wins at the Hoost Cup - Will He Go to K-1?". liverkick.com.
- "Saenchai To Headline Muay Thai Warriors Card In Chiang Mai On June 28th". combat-asia.com.
- https://web.archive.org/web/20130702044447/http://fightsportasia.com/2013/06/29/muay-thai-warriors-results-and-video/. Archived from the original on July 2, 2013. Retrieved July 1, 2013. Missing or empty
- https://web.archive.org/web/20130725190941/http://fightsportasia.com/2013/07/24/saenchai-wins-8-man-toyota-tournament-in-thailand/. Archived from the original on July 25, 2013. Retrieved July 24, 2013. Missing or empty
- "Saenchai beats three foreign opponents to win 140 lbs Toyota Marathon in Phitsanulok". combat-asia.com.
-  Archived August 20, 2013, at the Wayback Machine.
- "Petchviset and One Songchai putting on two huge Rajadmanern cards in early August". combat-asia.com.
- "Saenchai outpoints Kongsak, Yodwicha overpowers Singdam at Rajadamnern". combat-asia.com.
- https://web.archive.org/web/20130608044509/http://fightsportasia.com/2013/05/16/huge-france-vs-thailand-card-announced-yodsanklai-saenchai-kem-and-more-headline/. Archived from the original on June 8, 2013. Retrieved May 20, 2013. Missing or empty
- https://web.archive.org/web/20130813000152/http://fightsportasia.com/2013/06/04/massive-wbc-millennium-muay-thai-event-might-be-a-bust-are-unconfirmed-fight-cards-getting-out-of-control/. Archived from the original on August 13, 2013. Retrieved June 8, 2013. Missing or empty
- https://web.archive.org/web/20130726223105/http://fightsportasia.com/2013/07/17/saenchai-set-to-face-max-champion-andrei-kulebin-in-china/. Archived from the original on July 26, 2013. Retrieved July 18, 2013. Missing or empty
- Dave Walsh. "Saenchai Victorious at Muay Thai Mania Yokkao 5". liverkick.com.
- "Muay Thai Combat Mania Yokkao 5 Results - Muay Thai Authority". muaythaiauthority.com.
- Dave Walsh. "Buakaw Banchamek and Shane Campbell Advance in K-1 World MAX Tournament". liverkick.com.
- "K-1 World Max China Quarterfinal Results - Muay Thai Authority". muaythaiauthority.com.
- Dave Walsh. "Yokkao 7 Results - Saenchai Victorious". liverkick.com.
- "Yokkao 7 Results - Muay Thai Authority". muaythaiauthority.com.
- https://web.archive.org/web/20140221183037/http://fightsportasia.com/2014/02/21/yokkao-7-results-saenchai-earns-victory-over-victor-nagbe-in-main-event/. Archived from the original on February 21, 2014. Retrieved February 23, 2014. Missing or empty
- Parviz Iskenderov. "Komkit vs Hodgers weigh-in with Saenchai". fightmag.net.
- "Results and Videos from King Fighter". Muay Guy.
- Dave Walsh. "Photo of the Day: Ernesto Hoost Victorious in Japan". liverkick.com.
- "バウトレビュー - REPORTS [ホーストカップ] 佐藤嘉洋＆翔センチャイジム、タイの強豪に判定負け：3.23 名古屋". Boutreview.com. 2014-03-24. Retrieved 2015-08-14.
- https://web.archive.org/web/20140422062942/http://fightsportasia.com/2014/04/15/combat-banchamek-full-fight-videos-results/. Archived from the original on April 22, 2014. Retrieved April 27, 2014. Missing or empty
- "Muay Thai in Macau Results: Kem, Buakaw, and Saenchai victorious - Muay Thai Authority". muaythaiauthority.com.
- Super Utilisateur. "Fightings". monte-carlo-fighting-masters.com.
- "Kriekkrai Fights". www.muaythaifocus.com. Retrieved 2011-06-01.
- "Ax Muay Thai / Kickboxing Forum - K4c Update.". axkickboxing.com.
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