Soren Monkongtong

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Soren Monkongtong
Born Soren King
(1980-05-31) 31 May 1980 (age 36)
Other names Monkongtong
(Long Golden Dragon)
Nationality Australian
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Weight 72 kg (159 lb; 11.3 st)
Division Middleweight
Style Muay Thai
Fighting out of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Team Nugget's Thaiboxing Gym
Trainer Nugget McNaught
Years active 1995–present
Kickboxing record
Total 84
Wins 57
By knockout 34
Losses 25
Draws 2
Other information
Website http://www.sorenmonkongtong.com/
last updated on: 21 December 2009

Soren Monkongtong (born 31 May 1980) is an Australian middleweight kickboxer. In 2007 he took part of the reality based television series The Contender Asia.[1]

Biography and career[edit]

Soren Monkongtong started training in muay thai at the age of 13 and had his first fight at 15. He is now one of the most active professional Muay Thai fighters in the world. At the moment[when?] Soren is training at Eminent Air Gym in Bangkok. Some of the fighters he has fought are John Wayne Parr, Jomhod, Bruce Macfie, Naruepol Fairtex and Warren Elson. Soren has fought for the WMPF super-welterweight world title, however lost to the Thai fighter on the judges' scorecard. he is now retired and trains people at nuggets gym in Australia Brisbane.

The Contender Asia[edit]

In 2007 Soren Monkongtong was featured in The Contender Asia reality show. Soren was on the Tiger Kings. He fought Alain Sylvestre whom he beat and lost to Dzhabar Askerov after being knocked out by a vicious overhand right. In the Contender Finale, Soren fought Sean Wright and won on points.

Titles[edit]

  • 2007 WMC Intercontinental champion middleweight
  • 2005 WMC Evolution champion
  • 2004 WMC Evolution champion
  • 2004 Chewang Stadium champion
  • 2002 WMC SUPA8 champion
  • 2002 WMC Intercontinental Welter weight champion
  • 2001 Oceanic Champion
  • 2001 Australia Champion

Kickboxing record[edit]

57 Wins,25 Losses
Date Result Opponent Event Method Round Time
29 November 2009 Win Australia Bruce Macfie Evolution 19, Australia Decision (Split) 5 3:00
9 October 2009 Loss Thailand Naruepol Fairtex Evolution 18, Melbourne, Australia, KO (Right high Kick) 1 2:59
4 April 2009 Win Scotland Sean Wright Evolution 16, Australia, TKO 5
16 March 2009 Loss Thailand Kung Jak Ch 5 Thailand "WPMF World Title", Thailand, Decision 5 3:00
7 December 2008 Win Singapore Kim Khan Zaki Evolution 15, Australia, TKO 2 1:45
6 November 2008 Win Netherlands Harchim Hong Kong Contender", Hong Kong, TKO 2 3:00
18 September 2008 Loss Thailand Naruepol Fairtex REturn of "The Contenders", Singapore, Decision 5 3:00
31 August 2008 Win Spain Jo Pattayakombat Ch 7 Stadium, Thailand Decision 5
2008 Loss Spain Jo Pattayakombat Ch 7 Stadium, Thailand Decision 5
2008 Win Scotland Sean Wright The Contender Finale, Singapore Decision 5
2008 Loss Thailand Kung Jak Ch 7 Stadium", Thailand Decision 5
11 February 2008 Loss Thailand Lertmongkon Sor Tarntip Rajadamnern Stadium, Thailand Decision 5
2007 Loss Australia Eli Madigan Evolution 12 "Cowboy to King", Brisbane, Australia KO 3
2007 Loss United Arab Emirates Dzhabar Askerov The Contender Asia, Singapore KO 1
2007 Win Canada Alain Sylvestre The Contender Asia, Singapore TKO 4 3:00
2007 Win Thailand Robert Por Cherdkiat Ch 7 Stadium, Thailand TKO 4
2007 Win Thailand Jomhod Kiatadisak Lumpinee Stadium, Thailand Decision 5
2007 Win Thailand Orono Por MuangUbon CHannel 7 Stadium, Thailand Decision 5
2007 win Thailand Pepsi Chewang stadium, Thailand KO 1
28 April 2007 win Thailand Tun Nee Lek Samui Evolution 11, Brisbane KO 2
28 April 2007 win Russia Andrey Mishin Evolution 10, Brisbane KO 2
25 November 2006 win Thailand Pet Tuk Sin Evolution 9, "reveng or Repeat" Brisbane, Australia TKO 4
16 September 2006 Loss Australia John Wayne Parr Evolution 8 "Final Count Down", Brisbane, Australia KO 4
5 April 2006 Loss Japan Toshiyuki Kinami K-1 World MAX 2006 World Tournament Open, Japan Decision 3
6 August 2006 Loss France Fredric Muller New Caladonia DEC 5
2006 Loss Thailand Vuttichai Jeansiri Brute Force 7, Melbourne DEC 5
18 December 2005 DRAW Australia Akeomi Nitta Titans 3, Australia DRAW 5
2005 win Tunisia Ahmed Saadi Evolution 6, Brisbane, Australia KO (elbow) 2
2005 Loss Australia Warren Elson Evolution 5, Brisbane, Australia DEC 5
2005 win New Zealand Ngakau Spain Evolution 5, Brisbane, Australia KO 2
6 August 2005 win Australia Andrew Keogh Prophecy Muay Thai, Australia DEC 5
25 June 2005 win Thailand Wimberdon Soonkilawaket K-1 Challenge 2005 Xplosion X DEC 3
30 March 2005 Win Japan Masanaki Nagai Evolution 4, Brisbane, Australia KO 1
4 December 2004 win Thailand Yo Thai Evolution 3, Brisbane, Australia DEC 5
2004 Win Australia Ben Burton Evolution 2 ", Brisbane, Australia Decision 5
2004 win Spain Luengo Contreras Evolution 1, Brisbane, Australia KO 1
22 June 2004 loss Australia Ben Burton Boonchu Cup, Gold Coast, Australia DEC 5
23 October 2003 win Australia Andrew Keogh waging war, Australia DEC 5
22 June 2003 win Thailand Santi Udomchai Thailand DEC 5
2003 loss Australia Bruce Macfie NTG Fight Night, Brisbane, Australia DEC 5
2003 loss Thailand Den Phorjet Australia DEC 5
17 May 2003 win Australia Darren Reece Perth, Australia DEC 5
26 April 2002 win Australia Kurt Finlayson SB Promotions: grand final, Australia DEC 5
26 April 2002 win Thailand Supachai SB Promotions: semi final, Australia DEC
26 August 2002 win Australia Collier SB Promotions: quarter final, Australia DEC 5
26 April 2002 win Australia Khalid Ahmed Perth, Australia KO

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