Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee

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Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee
สม กลิ่นมี
Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee 3.jpg
Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee at THAI FIGHT 2012 final
Born Som Klinmee
(1986-08-25) August 25, 1986 (age 30)
Pattaya, Thailand
Native name สม กลิ่นมี
Other names Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee
« O »
Nationality Thai
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Weight 72.5 kg (160 lb; 11.42 st)
Division Lightweight
Welterweight
Style Muay Thai
K1
Fighting out of Pattaya, Thailand
Team Sor Klinmee
Venum
Trainer Tappaya Sit Or (Thailand) Filippo Cinti (Italy) Yaak (Thailand)
Years active 18 (1993–present)
Kickboxing record
Total 330
Wins 278
By knockout 66
Losses 48
Draws 4
Other information
Spouse Jalma Klinmee
last updated on: April 20, 2017

Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee (Thai: สุดสาคร ส.กลิ่นมี; born August 25, 1986) is a Thai Muay Thai kickboxer and the reigning Thailand and World Kickboxing Network Muaythai Welterweight world champion.[1]

Career[edit]

Biography[edit]

Sudsakorn is one of the most famous nakmuay of Thailand. His real name is Som Klinmee but he's nicknamed « O » for Thai people. He began practising Muay Thai at age 6. He began training under his stepfather Yaak and his older cousin Rambaa Somdet M16. Between the ages of 10 and 18, he is taken in by his uncle Tappaya of Sitor Gym in Pattaya. Then, at 18 Sudsakorn meets an Irishman named Graig O'Flynn who opened the Sitjaipetch. During this time, Sudsakorn has the opportunity to fight 4 times in England and Ireland. Lately he moved to the Scoprion Gym always in Pattaya, but when he was around 23 his uncle Tappaya retired from his career and opened the Sor Klinmee Gym where Sudsakorn'd been training for the last 6 years. He was offered to join the Fairtex family but he refused to leave his uncle's gym. Recently he's become part of the Venum Team and he's moved to the new Venum Training Camp in Pattaya where he still trains but he also take cares his fighters and teaches Muay Thai to his students.

Sudsakorn's first European experience has been in Ireland where he'd been living, training and teaching for 3months. Also during his early career he arrived in France in order to make a name for himself in Europe by fighting the best in his weightclass of 64–70 kg. In the early months of 2010 Sudsakorn lived and trained in Torino with his manager and friend Filippo Cinti, he's been fighting around Italy for couple of years also meeting his actual wife. Sudsakorn signed a contract with Thai Fight group in 2011 and since then he's been fighting mostly in Thailand. In May 2013 he started a 32 people tournament of Kard Chuek and he became the champion winning the final against Saiyok Pumpanmuang in December 2013.

His fighting name comes from a Thai legend : Sudsakorn is a child brought up in the ancient mystical traditions of Thailand. His mother, a siren, sends him away to find his father whom he's never known. Armed with his grandfather's magical weapon and accompanied by his half-horse, half-dragon, Sudsakorn embarks on a long, dangerous trip.

Career[edit]

Against Gustavo Mendes at THAI FIGHT 2012 final

During his journey in Ireland he beat Robert Storey, the British champion twice in 2005. (Sudsakorn weighed 61 kg at the time) During the revenge match aired on Eurosport, Robert Storey has his arm fractured by a middle but nevertheless manges to go the 5 rounds.

A year later, in 2006, Sudsakorn wins the WMC S1 World Championship belt (64 kg) at the King's Anniversary the 5th of December, against Slovak Egon Herzing.

His fondest memory : Against fellow thai Ouadang Soukilatougsong. From whom he takes the WPMF 2006 - World Professional Muaythai Federation belt.

His greatest achievement : Beating Kaosanit Sopanpai, TV7 champion, in 2007. The TV7 tourney held every Sunday in Bangkok brings together all the champions having had at least 3 consecutive wins at the Raja, Lumpini or Omnoi stadiums.

His toughest fight : A win against thai Kongfa Bergmun for the Fairtex Theprasite 2007 belt.

He faced Mickael Piscitello at Thai Fight: Lyon on September 19, 2012 in Lyon, France and lost via TKO due to a cut in the second round.[2][3]

He fought Cedric Castagna at TK2 World MAX 2012 in Marseilles, France on October 6, 2012[4] and won by decision.[5]

In a non-tournament bout at the Thai Fight 2012: King of Muay Thai Tournament 2nd Round in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand on November 25, 2012, Sudsakorn knocked out Mohammad Hossein Doroudian with a vicious elbow strike in round two.[6]

He beat Gustavo Mendes on points in another non-tournament match at the Thai Fight 2012: King of Muay Thai Tournament Finals in Bangkok on December 16, 2012.[7][8]

Sudsakorn took revenge on Mickael Piscitello by winning a decision at Yokkao Extreme 2013 in Milan, Italy on January 26, 2013.[9][10][11]

He knocked out Veselin Veselinov in the third round at Thai Fight 2013: King of Muay Thai in Ayutthaya, Thailand on February 23, 2013.[12]

On April 19, 2013, Sudsakorn KO'd Ong Phearak with a spinning elbow just seconds into round one at Thai Fight: Pattaya 2013 in Pattaya, Thailand.[13]

Sudsakorn will coach a team of farangs against a rival team trained by Saiyok Pumpanmuang 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.[14]

It was reported that he would fight Victor Siangboxing at Thai Fight: Bangkok 2013 in Bangkok on June 29, 2013.[15] However, his opponent was changed to Dimitri Masson.[16] He stopped Masson with low kicks in round three.[17][18]

He TKO'd Ali Jadid in round two at Thai Fight: Pattani 2013 in Pattani, Thailand on September 22, 2013.[19]

He beat Salah Khalifa by decision in a non-tournament match at the Thai Fight Semi-Finals in Bangkok, Thailand on November 30, 2013.[20][21]

He beat Vahid Roshani by decision at Thai Fight: Hua Hin 2014 in Hua Hin, Thailand on February 22, 2014.[22]

He beat Yi Long by decision at Yokkao 9 in Xinyang, China on May 24, 2014.[23]

Titles and achievements[edit]

  • 2013 Thai Fight Kard Chuek Champion
  • 2011 Fight Code Dragon Series Runner Up (−72.5 kg)
  • 2010 World Kickboxing Network (W.K.N.) World Grand Prix BIG-8 Final 2010 in Belarus Champion (-66.7 kg)
  • 2010 W.K.N. Muaythai World Welterweight Champion (−66.7 kg)
  • 2007 Fairtex Theprasit Muaythai Champion
  • 2006 W.P.M.F. World Super Lightweight Champion World Professional Championship Muaythai (−63.5 kg)
  • 2006 WMC S1 World Champion - WMC S1 Songchai (−64 kg)
  • 2004–2005 Toyota 4X4 Radjadamnun Finalist

Kickboxing record[edit]

Kickboxing record

Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee profile". http://www.k-1fans.com/. Retrieved 2010-09-13.  External link in |publisher= (help)
  2. ^ Dave Walsh. "Thai Fight On Wednesday Features Saiyok vs. Pinca, Sudsakorn, Aikpracha, More". liverkick.com. 
  3. ^ Dave Walsh. "Thai Fight Lyon: Saiyok, Aikpracha, Bennoui Win, Sudsakorn Loses". liverkick.com. 
  4. ^ Dave Walsh. "TK2 On Saturday: Sudsakorn, Thomas Adamandopoulos In Action". liverkick.com. 
  5. ^ Dave Walsh. "TK2 Results: Sudsakorn, Adamandapoulos Victorious In Marseilles". liverkick.com. 
  6. ^ Dave Walsh. "Thai Fight Results: Buakaw, Singmanee, Kulebin, Gurkov move on to finals". liverkick.com. 
  7. ^ Dave Walsh. "Thai Fight Adds Heavyweight Tournament, Sudsakorn, Ikuysang To Final On December 16". liverkick.com. 
  8. ^ Dave Walsh. "Thai Fight Results: Buakaw, Singmanee Win Tournaments". liverkick.com. 
  9. ^ Dave Walsh. "Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee vs. Mickael Piscitello Rematch Added to Yokkao Extreme 2013". liverkick.com. 
  10. ^ Dave Walsh. "Yokkao Extreme 2013 Live Results". liverkick.com. 
  11. ^ Dave Walsh. "Yokkao Extreme 2013 Recap: Askerov Upsets Souwer, Thais Showcased". liverkick.com. 
  12. ^ Dave Walsh. "Thai's Dominate at Thai Fight 2013- King of Muay Thai". liverkick.com. 
  13. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20130423054713/http://fightsportasia.com/2013/04/19/thai-fight-pattaya-2013-results-yodsanklai-sudsakorn-win-by-ko/. Archived from the original on April 23, 2013. Retrieved April 19, 2013.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  14. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20130607024732/http://fightsportasia.com/2013/05/18/thai-fight-begins-shooting-new-reality-show-with-sudsakorn-and-saiyok-as-coaches/. Archived from the original on June 7, 2013. Retrieved May 20, 2013.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  15. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20130609055823/http://fightsportasia.com/2013/05/31/thai-fight-2013the-pinto-brothers-take-on-yodsanklai-and-sudsakorn/. Archived from the original on June 9, 2013. Retrieved June 3, 2013.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  16. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20130630020858/http://fightsportasia.com/2013/06/26/thai-fight-2013-full-card-yodsanklai-headlines/. Archived from the original on June 30, 2013. Retrieved June 27, 2013.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  17. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20130702042654/http://fightsportasia.com/2013/06/29/thai-fight-2013-live-results/. Archived from the original on July 2, 2013. Retrieved July 1, 2013.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  18. ^ Dave Walsh. "Weekend Results: Thai Fight and MAX Muay Thai". liverkick.com. 
  19. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20130926215619/http://fightsportasia.com/2013/09/22/thai-fight-pattani-september-22nd-2013-videos/. Archived from the original on September 26, 2013. Retrieved October 3, 2013.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  20. ^ "Fight Card for the November 30 Thai Fight event in Bangkok, Thailand - Muay Thai Authority". muaythaiauthority.com. 
  21. ^ "Thai Fight Results 11/30/2013 - Muay Thai Authority". muaythaiauthority.com. 
  22. ^ "Thai Fight Results: Yodsanklai wins 11th consecutive fight - Muay Thai Authority". muaythaiauthority.com. 
  23. ^ Dave Walsh. "LiverKick - Weekend Results: Yokkao 9 Takes on China". liverkick.com.