Samson Dutch Boy Gym

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Samson Dutch Boy Gym is one of the fight names used by former professional boxer and Muaythai practitioner from Thailand, Somboon Phantasi (Thai: สมบูรณ์ พานตะสี; born 11 July 1972 in Changhan, Roi-Et, Thailand).[1] His Muaythai fight name was Saenmuangnoi Lukchaopormahesak (Thai: แสนเมืองน้อย ลูกเจ้าพ่อมเหศักดิ์),[1] in Muaythai, he is a famous and popular Muaythai fighter, ever lost-won with Veeraphol Sahaprom 2 times.[2] His other fight names were Samson Esarn, Samson Isaan, Saenmuangnoi Lukchaopormahesak, Samson Kratingdaenggym, Samson 3-K Battery, Samson Toyota-Thailand and Samson Elite Gym.

He won[3] the minor World Boxing Federation (WBF) world super flyweight title in September 1994, in his fourth professional fight. He would hold that title for the next eight years, beating such opponents as Cruz Carbajal, Hugo Rafael Soto, Diosdado Gabi, and Genaro Garcia. In total, he made 38 consecutive defences of the title before retiring in April 2002 with a final record of 43-0.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c "World Boxing Champions of Thailand". thaiworldboxingchampions.blogspot.com. 
  2. ^ "แฟนพันธุ์แท้ 2014 มวยไทย". Fan Pan Tae (in Thai). 2014-04-05. 
  3. ^ "Samson Dutch Boy Gym". BoxRec. 

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