Singdam Kiatmuu9

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Singdam Yokkao Saenchaigym
Singdam champion.jpg
BornUthid Kodprakhon
(1984-01-01) January 1, 1984 (age 36)
Isan, Thailand
Native nameสิงห์ดำ เกียรติหมู่ 9
Other namesBlack Lion, Singdam Kiatmuu9
Height175 cm (5 ft 9 in)
Weight59–61 kg (130–135 lb)
StyleMuay Thai
Fighting out ofIsan, Thailand
TeamKiatmuu9 / YOKKAO
Kickboxing record
Other information
Notable relativesSuperlek Kiatmuu9 (Nephew)
Notable studentsPetpanomrung Kiatmuu9, Superlek Kiatmuu9, Manachai
last updated on: November 15, 2013

Singdam Yokkao Saenchaigym, formerly known as Singdam Kiatmuu9, is a Muay Thai fighter from Thailand. He is a Lumpinee Boxing Stadium champion, and is known for his powerful right kicks and technical fighting.[1]


Early career[edit]

Singdam is from Buriram in the Northeast part of Thailand. He began fighting at the age of nine and just one year later began training at the Kiatmuu9 gym, where he's been ever since.[2]


In 2002 he beat Orono Wor Petchpun at Lumpinee Boxing Stadium for the title Featherweight champion of Thailand. Shortly after he was awarded with the sports writers of Thailand fighters of the year. In 2004 he beat Yodsanklai Fairtex, then fought Anuwat Kaewsamrit in a fight that would determine who would win the same award, but this time he was KO'd by a punch.[3] Despite the loss he still managed to win Lumpinee fighter of the year. In 2005 he fought Saenchai PKSaenchaimuaythaigym, and won a decision. The two would meet three more times in the ensuing year and Singdam was defeated each time.


In 2006 Singdam continued his rivalry with Orono, with Singdam winning two of the three fights. In 2007 he fought Jomthong Chuwattana at Lumpinee stadium where he won on points. In 2008 he started a new rivalry,[4] this time with Nong-O Sit Or and Singdam would win the first fight between them. In 2009 he fought Lerdsila Chumpairtour and won a decision


At the beginning of 2010 he fought in Japan against Nong-O Sit Or. After five rounds the bout was ruled a draw, and was extended to a 6th round. After the extension round Singdam was ruled the winner.[5] Singdam and Nong-O fought two more times in 2010, with Nong-O winning both. In 2011 he matched up with Sagetdao Petpayathai twice, and losing both times. At the annual Lumpinee Boxing Stadium birthday show in December Singdam was matched against F16 Rachanon and he won by TKO at the end of round four after F-16 was unable to continue from because of damage caused to his arm.[6] In 2012 Singdam once again fought Nong-O Sit Or to start off the year, and this time he lost. On June 8 Singdam fought Wanchalerm Uddonmuang for the title of Lumpinee Boxing Stadium and won a decision.[7] July 6 he knocked out Watcharachai Rachanon to retain his championship.[8] On September 8 he defended his Lumpini title by beating Saenchai PKSaenchaimuaythaigym[9][10] in one of the most anticipated fights of the year.[11]

He rematched Saenchai PKSaenchaimuaythaigym on October 4, 2012 at Rajadamnern, and lost by decision.[12]

Singdam lost a decision to Lumpinee 130 lb champion Yodwicha Por Boonsit on February 7, 2013.[13][14]

He rematched Sagetdao Phetphayathai at Lumpinee on March 8, 2013 and won on points.[15][16][17]

He beat Petchboonchu FA Group on points at Lumpinee on May 10, 2013.[18][19]

He lost to Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym on points in a Lumpinee lightweight title fight on June 7, 2013.[20] They rematched on July 12, 2013, with Singdam winning on points and reclaiming his belt.[21]

Singdam lost to Yodwicha Por Boonsit on points in a rematch at Rajadamnern on August 8, 2013.[22][23][24]

He lost to Saenchai PKSaenchaimuaythaigym by decision at Yokkao 5 in Pattaya, Thailand on November 15, 2013.[25][26]

YOKKAO Boxing announced on Twitter that Singdam officially changed his fighting name and will fight under his new name, Singdam YOKKAOSaenchaiGym on September 2, 2017.[27] He is currently under YOKKAO management and trains at the YOKKAO Training Center in Bangkok.

On 27 July, Singdam fought Craig Coakley for the WBC Muay Thai Super-lightweight Diamond title at YOKKAO 42 in Dublin, Ireland. He became the third fighter in history to win the WBC Diamond title which has only been held by two fighters so far, namely, Buakaw Banchamek and Saenchai. The win for Singdam was surrounded by speculation as to how the judges scored the bout. Under WBC rules all strikes count the same as opposed to traditional Muay Thai rules where kicks score higher than punches. Coakley took this rule set and capitalised on it by mainly boxing and Singdam mainly using his trademark right kick. Many experts and spectators vow that Coakley was the superior fighter on the night and landed a significant number of strikes more than Singdam.[opinion]

Titles and accomplishments[edit]

  • Kickboxing
  • Muay Thai
    • 2019 WBC Muay Thai Diamond World Champion Super-Lightweight
    • 2002 Thailand champion at Featherweight
    • Toyota marathon tournament champion at Super Featherweight
    • Multiple times Thailand champion at Super Featherweight
    • Multiple Times Lumpinee champion at Super Featherweight
    • 2012 Lumpinee champion at Lightweight
  • Awards
    • 2002 sports writers of Thailand fighter of the year
    • 2003 sports writers of Thailand fighter of the year runner up
    • 2003 sports authority of Thailand fighter of the year
    • 2003 Lumpinee stadium fighter of the year

Muay Thai record[edit]


Professional Muay Thai Record

Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes

See also[edit]


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  27. ^ "Singdam and Pakorn Adopt YOKKAOSaenchaiGym as Their Last Names!". YOKKAO News - Muay Thai and MMA News!. 2017-09-03. Retrieved 2017-09-14.
  28. ^ "Kunlun Fight 67 Results: Yang Zhuo Takes 66kg Crown, Kuliaba, Zuev, Marat and Superbon Move On". Dave Walsh. 2017-11-12. Retrieved 2017-11-13.
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