Saiyok Pumpanmuang

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Saiyok Pumpanmuang
ไทรโยค พุ่มพันธ์ม่วง
Born Sakdaa Niamhom
(1983-10-23) October 23, 1983 (age 32)
Phitsanulok, Thailand
Native name ไทรโยค พุ่มพันธ์ม่วง
Other names Saiyoknoi Sakchainarong
Nationality Thailand Thai
Height 1.72 m (5 ft 7 12 in)
Weight 69.0 kg (152.1 lb; 10.87 st)
Division Lightweight
Style Muay Thai
Stance Southpaw
Fighting out of Bangkok, Thailand
Team Muaythai Plaza 2004 (2007-present)
Trainer Master Pit and Phomsak
Years active 15 (1998–present)
Kickboxing record
Total 261
Wins 219
By knockout 36
Losses 41
Draws 1
Other information
Notable relatives Mongkutthong Sakchainarong, brother
last updated on: April 6, 2014

Saiyok Pumpanmuang (Thai: ไทรโยค พุ่มพันธ์ม่วง; born October 22, 1983), formerly known as Saiyoknoi Sakchainarong, is a Thai welterweight kickboxer and the Former Lumpinee Stadium 154 lbs champion and the Champion of Thailand 147 lbs.[1] He is fighting out of Muay Thai Plaza 2004 camp, Bangkok, Thailand.

Biography and career[edit]

Saiyok Pumpanmuang was born as Sakdaa Niamhom on October 22, 1983 in lower northern Thailand in Phitsanulok, the capital of Phitsanulok Province. He began boxing at the age of 11 in the Sor Riendek camp.[2]

Known as Saiyoknoi Sakchainarong during early years of his career, he rose to fame by winning three stadium titles including one from the prestigious Rajadamnern Stadium. Saiyok was considered in Thailand one of the most promising fighters in the heavier weight classes, however he fell from grace after losing his belts to Singmanee Sor Srisompong, in a controversial match seen by the thai media as fraud.[3]

After the fight, promoters shied away from the disgraced fighter, forcing him to find another job and earn living as fruit merchant. He was taken in by a promoter at Lumpinee Stadium, Lieutenant General Sukkhatat Pumphanmuang, who decided to help Saiyok on his return to the sport.[3]

Saiyok, took Lumpinee promoter’s last name as part of his new ring alias, and on March 7, 2008 at Lumpinee he won the vacant welterweight title of Thailand by second round KO over Singsiri Por Sirichai.[4]

On January 9, 2010 at the Society of Journalists annual awards show in Bangkok, Saiyok was awarded the Muaythai Ambassador of the Year award.[5]

He faced Fabio Pinca at Thai Fight: Lyon on September 19, 2012 in Lyon, France and won via decision after three rounds.[6][7]

He fought Dylan Salvador in Roschtigrabe, Switzerland on October 20, 2012 and lost by TKO after he could not continue due to a knee injury at the end of round one.[8][9]

He outpointed Thiago Texeira at Thai Fight 2013: King of Muay Thai in Ayutthaya, Thailand on February 23, 2013.[10]

Saiyok was set to fight Chike Lindsay at Muaythai Superfight on May 13, 2013[11][12] but the bout was scrapped.

Saiyok will coach a team of farangs against a rival team trained by Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee on the reality television series Thai Fight Kaad Chuek, to be shown over between July and August 2013 on Thailand's Channel 5. The two coaches will face off in December 2013.[13]

He knocked out Mickaël Piscitello with a second round elbow at Thai Fight: Bangkok 2013 in Bangkok on June 29, 2013.[14][15][16][17]

He KO'd Muhammad Nsubuga in round two at Thai Fight: Pattani 2013 in Pattani, Thailand on September 22, 2013.[18]

He beat Seyedisa Alamdarnezam by an extension round decision in a non-tournament match at the Thai Fight Semi-Finals in Bangkok, Thailand on November 30, 2013.[19][20]

Titles and accomplishments[1][edit]

  • Muaythai
    • 2015 WMO Muaythai 72 kg World Champion
    • 2014 Thai Fight 72.5 kg Tournament Champion
    • 2013 Thai Fight Kard Chuek Finalist
    • 2012 MASA Junior Middleweight World Muaythai Champion
    • 2012 WMC 4 Men Tournament Champion
    • 2010 Lumpinee Stadium Super-welterweight (154 lb) Champion
    • 2008 Champion of Thailand Welterweight (147 lb)
    • 2007 Rajadamnern Stadium Super-lightweight Champion (140 lb)
    • 2007 Tamjai Superyak 8 Men Tournament Champion (143 lb)
    • 2006 WMC Super-lightweight Champion (140 lb)


  • 2010 Muaythai Ambassador of the Year

Thaiboxing record[edit]

Thaiboxing record
Boxing record

Legend:       Win       Loss       Draw/No contest       Notes

See also[edit]