Yodsanklai Fairtex

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Yodsanklai Fairtex
BornYodthanong Photirat
(1985-07-01) July 1, 1985 (age 36)
Nong Bua Lamphu, Thailand
Native nameยอดแสนไกล แฟร์เท็กซ์
Other namesThe Boxing Computer
The Hero
Yodsanklai IWE Fairtex
Yodsanklai Petchyindee (ยอดแสนไกล เพชรยินดี)
NationalityThai
Height171 cm (5 ft 7+12 in)
Weight70.0 kg (154.3 lb; 11.02 st)
DivisionWelterweight
Light middleweight
Middleweight
Super middleweight
Reach70 in (180 cm)
StyleMuay Thai
StanceSouthpaw
Fighting out ofPattaya, Thailand
TeamFairtex Pattaya Gym (2005–present)
Petchyindee Gym
TrainerYak
Years active1993–2017, 2018–2021
Kickboxing record
Total280
Wins202
By knockout78
Losses74
By knockout5
Draws4
Medal record
Men’s Muay Thai
Representing  Thailand
World Combat Games
Silver medal – second place 2010 Beijing -75 kg
last updated on: May 9, 2018

Yodsanklai Fairtex a.k.a. Yod (Thai: ยอดแสนไกล แฟร์เท็กซ์; born, July 1, 1985) is a retired Thai Muay Thai kickboxer. He is a former WBC Muay Thai World Super welterweight champion at 154 lbs, and a two-time Lumpinee Stadium champion in the 112 and 147 lb weight classes. He is also the first champion of The Contender Asia. He was nicknamed "The Boxing Computer" by Thai sports newspapers as a testament to his perfect fighting technique.[1]

He trains out of Fairtex Gym in Pattaya, Thailand,[2] On June 11, 2017, he announced on Facebook that he would be retiring from fighting.[3] On Dec 26, 2017 he announced on Facebook that he will come back to ring in February 2018. In his return, Yodsanklai signed with ONE Championship.

As of 1 November 2018, he is ranked by Combat Press 5th lightweight in the world.[4] As of September 6, 2019, he is ranked the #10 lightweight in the world by Combat Press.[5]

Background[edit]

Yodthanong Photirat was born in the Nong Bua Lamphu Province in Northeastern Thailand, the hotbed of Muay Thai. He was introduced to the sport by his older brother Yodkangwan and started practicing when he was eight years old after watching his brothers' fights.[1] He had his first fight at a temple fair in Ban Na Dee, his hometown, and received a fight fee of 20 ฿.[6]

Career[edit]

Before joining Fairtex in 2005, Yodsanklai fought for three camps: Saknipaporn, Sit-Khru-Od and Petchyindee.[6] In August 2005, fighting under the name of Yodsanklai Petchyindee (ยอดแสนไกล เพชรยินดี), he won one of the most prestigious Muay Thai titles, the Lumpinee Stadium belt, by knocking out Runglaew.[1] He became the 154 pound WBC Muay Thai World Champion by defeating Australian John Wayne Parr on December 10, 2005, in Gold Coast, Australia. In 2005, he won the Champion of Thailand (154 lb) title.

On June 30, 2006, Yodsanklai made his K-1 Max debut at Superfight at the K-1 World MAX 2006 World Championship Final held in Yokohama, Japan. He won against Kamal el Amrani by three round unanimous decision.[7] Yodsanklai defended his WBC title on November 11, 2006, against Mark Vogel in Wuppertal, Germany, winning the fight by first round elbow knockout.

On November 29, 2007, Yodsanklai had a non-title contest at the "France vs Thailand" event held in Paris, France, against the Frenchmen Farid Villaume. Yodsanklai won the fight by third round referee stoppage TKO.[8]

He fought former stablemate Kem Sitsongpeenong at Muay Thai Combat Mania: Pattaya in Pattaya, Thailand, on December 30, 2012, at a weight of 71 kg/156 lb, with same-day weigh-ins. Despite having not made such a low weight in a number of years, Yod came in at the limit in visibly better shape than in most of his recent fights and KO'd Kem with an elbow in round three.[9][10]

Yod knocked out Gregory Choplin in round three at Lion Fight 8 in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, on January 25, 2013.[11][12][13] He defeated Yohan Lidon by unanimous decision in a rematch at Warriors Night in Levallois, France, on March 2, 2013.[14][15] On April 19, 2013, Yodsanklai TKO'd Naimjon Tuhtaboyev in round two at Thai Fight in Pattaya.[16]

In June 2013, it was initially reported that Yodsanklai would fight Antuan Siangboxing at Thai Fight in Bangkok.[17] However, his opponent was later switched to Kazbek Zubarov.[18] He won via TKO at the end of round one when Zubarov suffered an injury.[19]

Yod defeated Chike Lindsay for the inaugural Lion Fight Middleweight (-70 kg/154 lb) Championship at Lion Fight 10 in Las Vegas on July 26, 2013.[20][21][22] Lindsay started well, but Yodsanklai took over in round two and began to cut the American up before taking the unanimous decision.[23][24]

It was reported that Yod would fight Raphaël Llodra at the WBC World Muay Thai Millennium Championship in Saint-Pierre, Réunion, on September 7, 2013.[25] However, he turned the fight down for monetary reasons.[26] Instead, he knocked out Vladimir Konsky with a first round elbow in the quarter-finals of the 2013 edition of Thai Fight's -70 kg/154 lb tournament in Thailand on October 23, 2013.[27][28] Then in semifinals, he defeated Samy Sana on November 30, 2013, and advanced to the final.[29][30][31] He would go on to knock out Expedito Valin and win the tournament.

Yod was set to fight at Hero Legends in Jinan, China, on December 3, 2014[32] but withdrew for undisclosed reasons. He was also briefly expected to fight in the main event of Lion Fight 13 in Las Vegas on February 7, 2014,[33] but quickly withdrew.[34] He returned to the ring and beat Keo Rumchang by second-round KO at Thai Fight: Hua Hin 2014 in Hua Hin, Thailand, on February 22, 2014.[35]

On May 1, 2017, Combat Press ranked Yodsanklai the #4 lightweight in the world.[36]

On February 3, 2018 Yodsanklai returned to the ring, scoring a unanimous decision against German Enriko Kehl at Wu Lin Feng in Shenzhen, China.[37]

ONE Championship[edit]

Yodsanklai then signed for ONE Championship. In his debut, he defeated Chris Ngimbi via unanimous decision. In his second bout with the promotion, he knocked out Luis Regis in the first round.[38] At ONE Championship: A New Era on March 31, 2019, Yodsanklai defeated Andy Souwer by second-round technical knockout.[39]

He was then entered in to the ONE Super Series Kickboxing Featherweight World Grand Prix, alongside the likes of Giorgio Petrosyan, Andy Souwer, and Petchmorrakot Petchyindee Academy.[40] He would lose to Samy Sana by unanimous decision in Grand Prix Quarter-Finals at ONE Championship: Enter the Dragon.[41]

On October 23, 2019, it was announced that Yodsanklai was scheduled to face World Lethwei Championship champion Sasha Moisa at ONE Championship: Age Of Dragons,[42] his opponent was changed to Jamal Yusupov.[43] In an upset, Yodsanklai lost to Yusupov, who'd taken the fight on short notice, by second-round knockout.[44] This marked Yodsanklai's first knockout loss since 2005.

On June 28, 2020, it was announced that Yodsanklai would challenge Phetmorakot Petchyindee Academy for the ONE Featherweight Muay Thai World Championship at ONE Championship: No Surrender on July 31, 2020.[45] Despite showing an improved performance from his last two fights, Yodsanklai was unable to win the title and lost to Phetmorakot by split decision.[46]

Second retirement[edit]

On March 1, 2021, Yodsanklai announced his second retirement on social media.[47][48]

Titles[edit]

  • Lion Fight
    • 2014 Lion Fight Middleweight (-70 kg/154 lb) Championship
    • 2013 Lion Fight Middleweight (-70 kg/154 lb) Championship
  • Thai Fight
    • 2014 Thai Fight -70 kg/154 lb Tournament Championship
    • 2013 Thai Fight -70 kg/154 lb Tournament Championship
    • 14–1 record
  • World Muaythai Council (WMC)
    • 2012 WMC World Middleweight (160 lbs) champion[49]
    • 2010 WMC/S1 King's Cup Challenger tournament champion
    • 2008 WMC World Middleweight (160 lbs) champion
    • 2008 WMC Contender Asia champion
  • Toyota Marathon
    • 2011 Toyota Vigo Marathon tournament runner up - 72 kg
    • 2003 Toyota D4D Marathon tournament (126 lbs) winner
  • SportAccord Combat Games
  • World Professional Muaythai Federation (WPMF)
  • Super 8
    • 2008 Super 8 Guinea tournament champion
  • KO World Series
    • 2008 KO World Series Auckland Middleweight champion
  • WBC Muay Thai
    • 2005–2009 WBC Muay Thai World Super Welterweight (154 lbs) champion
  • Professional Boxing Association of Thailand (PAT)
    • 2005 Professional Boxing Association of Thailand (PAT) Super Welterweight (154 lbs) champion
  • Lumpinee Stadium

Muay Thai/Kickboxing record[edit]

Muay Thai/Kickboxing record
202 Wins (78 (T)KO's, 117 decisions), 74 Losses, 4 Draws
Date Result Opponent Event Location Method Round Time
2020-07-31 Loss Thailand Phetmorakot Petchyindee Academy ONE Championship: No Surrender Bangkok, Thailand Decision (Majority) 5 3:00
For the ONE Muay Thai Featherweight title
2019-11-16 Loss Russia Jamal Yusupov ONE Championship: Age Of Dragons Beijing, China KO (Punches) 2 0:35
2019-05-17 Loss France Samy Sana ONE Championship: Enter the Dragon Kallang, Singapore Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Kickboxing Featherweight Grand-Prix Quarter-Finals.
2019-03-31 Win Netherlands Andy Souwer ONE Championship 93: A New Era Tokyo, Japan TKO (ref stoppage) 2 0:51
2018-12-07 Win Australia Luis Regis ONE Championship: Destiny of Champions Malaysia KO (Right Uppercuts) 1 2:08
2018-07-28 Win China Yuan Bing EM-Legend 32 China Decision 4 3:00
2018-05-18 Win Democratic Republic of the Congo Chris Ngimbi ONE Championship: Unstoppable Dreams Singapore Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2018-02-03 Win Germany Enriko Kehl Wu Lin Feng 2018: World Championship in Shenzhen Shenzhen, China Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2017-05-14 Win Japan Soichiro Miyakoshi Kunlun Fight 61 - Group H Tournament Final Sanya, China Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Qualified to Kunlun Fight 2017 70kg World Max Tournament Final 16.
2017-05-14 Win Suriname Cedric Manhoef Kunlun Fight 61 - Group H Tournament Semi Finals Sanya, China Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2017-04-15 Win Iran Masoud Minaei MAS 1 Guangzhou, China TKO (Referee Stoppage/ 3 Knockdowns) 1
2017-02-26 Win Russia Saifullah Hambahadov Kunlun Fight 57 Sanya, China KO (Right uppercut) 2 1:32
2015-10-31 Win Russia Dzhabar Askerov Kunlun Fight 33 - World Max Tournament 2015 Final 16 Changde, China Decision 3 3:00
Qualified to Kunlun Fight 2015 70kg World MAX Tournament Final 8.
2015-08-08 Win England Marco Tentori Origins 7: Yodsanklai vs Marco Perth, Australia Decision (unanimous) 5 3:00
2015-07-01 Win Australia Victor Nagbe T-One Muay Thai 2015 Beijing, China Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
2015-06-07 Win Belarus Dzianis Zuev Kunlun Fight 26 Chongqing, China Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
2015-05-02 Win France Hamish Willey THAI FIGHT Proud to Be Thai 2015: Samui Samui, Thailand KO (Left punch) 1
2015-04-12 Win Armenia Marat Grigorian Kunlun Fight 22 Changde, China Decision 3
2014-12-21 Win Switzerland Christophe Pruvost THAI FIGHT 2014 – 70 kg/154 lb Tournament Final Bangkok, Thailand TKO 1
Wins the 2014 THAI FIGHT 70 kg/154 lb Tournament.
2014-11-22 Win Brazil Alex Oller THAI FIGHT 2014 – 70 kg/154 lb Tournament Semi-finals Khon Kaen, Thailand KO (Elbows) 1
2014-10-25 Win Denmark Mohammed El-Mir THAI FIGHT 2014 – 70 kg/154 lb Tournament Quarter-finals Bangkok, Thailand TKO 1
2014-09-05 Win United Kingdom Salah Khalifa Lion Fight 18 Las Vegas, Nevada, USA KO (punches and knee ) 2 2:38
Retains the Lion Fight Middleweight (-70 kg/154 lb) Championship.
2014-06-28 Win Lebanon Fady Abboud THAI FIGHT WORLD BATTLE 2014: Macao Macau, China KO (Left High Kick) 2
2014-04-06 Win Portugal Diogo Calado THAI FIGHT WORLD BATTLE 2014: Chakrinaruebet Sattahip, Thailand Decision 3 3:00
2014-02-22 Win Cambodia Keo Rumchong THAI FIGHT WORLD BATTLE 2014: Klai Kang Won Hua Hin, Thailand KO (punches) 2
2013-12-22 Win France Expedito Valin THAI FIGHT 2013 – 70 kg/154 lb Tournament Final Bangkok, Thailand KO (punches) 2
Wins the 2013 THAI FIGHT 70 kg/154 lb Tournament.
2013-11-30 Win France Samy Sana THAI FIGHT 2013 – 70 kg/154 lb Tournament Semi-finals Bangkok, Thailand Decision 3 3:00
2013-10-23 Win Slovakia Vladimir Konsky THAI FIGHT 2013 – 70 kg/154 lb Tournament Quarter-finals Bangkok, Thailand KO (left elbow) 1
2013-07-26 Win United States Chike Lindsay Lion Fight 10 Las Vegas, Nevada, USA Decision (unanimous) 5 3:00
Wins the Lion Fight Middleweight (-70 kg/154 lb) Championship.
2013-06-29 Win Russia Kazbek Zubarov THAI FIGHT EXTREME 2013: Bangkok Bangkok, Thailand TKO (injury) 1 3:00
2013-04-19 Win Uzbekistan Naimjon Tuhtaboyev THAI FIGHT EXTREME 2013: Pattaya Pattaya, Thailand TKO (right hook) 2
2013-03-02 Win France Yohan Lidon Warriors Night Levallois, France Decision (unanimous) 5 3:00
2013-01-25 Win France Gregory Choplin Lion Fight 8 Las Vegas, Nevada, USA KO (punches) 3 2:40
2012-12-30 Win Thailand Kem Sitsongpeenong Muay Thai Combat Mania: Pattaya Pattaya, Thailand KO (elbow) 3
2012-05-26 Win Slovakia Vladimír Moravčík Profiliga Muaythai 12 Banska Bystrica, Slovakia TKO 3
Wins the WMC World Middleweight Champion (160 lbs).
2011-11-26 Loss Ukraine Artur Kyshenko Rumble of the Kings 2011 Stockholm, Sweden Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2011-10-28 Loss Thailand Prakaysaeng Sit Or Toyota Vigo Marathon 2011, Final Korat, Thailand Decision 3 2:00
Fight was for Toyota Vigo Marathon 2011 -72 kg Tournament Champion.
2011-10-28 Win France Antuan Siangboxing Toyota Vigo Marathon 2011, Semi Final Korat, Thailand Decision 3 2:00
2011-10-28 Win Thailand Sirimongkon Sitanupap Toyota Vigo Marathon 2011, Quarter Final Korat, Thailand Decision 3 2:00
2011-11-05 Win China Hou Xu Legends of Heroes 2011 Changsha, China TKO 1
2011-08-13 Draw China Aotegen bateer Legends of Heroes: Kung Fu vs Muaythai Nanchang, China Ext. R Decision 4 3:00
2011-08-07 Loss Japan Yasuhito Shirasu THAI FIGHT EXTREME 2011: Japan Ariake Coliseum, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2011-07-17 Win France Karim Ghajji THAI FIGHT EXTREME 2011: Hong Kong Hong Kong, China Decision 3 3:00
2011-06-18 Win Spain Fran Palenzuela Fighting Legend - World Professional Championships Chengdu, China TKO 2
2011-05-14 Win Portugal Jose Barradas THAI FIGHT EXTREME 2011: France Cannes, France Decision 3 3:00
2010-12-05 Win Brazil Cosmo Alexandre Kings Birthday 2010, Final Bangkok, Thailand Decision 3 2:00
Win WMC/S1 Kings Cup Challenge tournament Champion.
2010-12-05 Win England Jordan Watson Kings Birthday 2010, Semi final Bangkok, Thailand Decision 3 2:00
2010-12-05 Win South Africa Vuyisile Colossa Kings Birthday 2010, Quarter final Bangkok, Thailand Decision 3 2:00
2010-10-17 Loss Australia John Wayne Parr Pay Back Time 2, Powerplay Promotions Melbourne, Australia Decision (Split) 5 3:00
For the WKA World Middleweight Champion.
2010-10-09 Win China Wang Guan Legends of Heroes: Muaythai vs Kung Fu Pahang, Malaysia Decision 3 3:00
2010-03-20 Win Netherlands Abdel Halim Issaoui Kickboxing Superstar XIX Edition Milan, Italy TKO (Cut) 4
2010-02-13 Loss South Africa Vuyisile Colossa Boxe-Thai Guinea tournament 2 Malabo, Equatorial Guinea Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
2009-11-29 Win Morocco Khalid Bourdif SLAMM "Nederland vs Thailand VI" Almere, Netherlands Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
Retains WMC World Middleweight Champion (160 lbs).
2009-11-07 Win Suriname Marco Pique Janus FightNight: Thai Boxe Last Challenge Padua, Italy Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2009-06-26 Win Brazil Cosmo Alexandre Champions of Champions 2 Montego Bay, Jamaica KO (Left low kick) 4 0:25
Retains WMC World Middleweight Champion (160 lbs).
2009-03-26 Win South Africa Vuyisile Colossa Les Stars du Ring 2009 Levallois-Perret, France Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
2009-01-18 Win Japan Takaaki Nakamura M.I.D. Japan presents "Thailand Japan" 2009 Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
Wins vacant the WPMF World Super Middleweight Champion (168 lbs).
2008-12-20 Win Thailand Lamsongkram Chuwattana Boxe-Thai Guinea tournament Malabo, Equatorial Guinea KO (Right uppercut) 1 2:50
Wins the Boxe-Thai Guinea 8-Man Tournament Champion.
2008-12-20 Win France Yohan Lidon Boxe-Thai Guinea tournament Malabo, Equatorial Guinea TKO (Doctor stop/eye injury) 2 3:00
2008-12-20 Win Belarus Denis Varaksa Boxe-Thai Guinea tournament Malabo, Equatorial Guinea KO (Punches) 3 1:08
2008-11-25 Win South Africa Vuyisile Colossa Planet Battle Hong Kong, China Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2008-09-17 Win Thailand Madsua lamai gym Return Of The Contenders Singapore City KO (Body shot) 3 2:42
Retains WMC World Middleweight Champion (160 lbs).
2008-06-20 Win Thailand Malaipet Team Diamond Champions of Champions[50] Montego Bay, Jamaica TKO (Doc stop/cut, swollen left eye) 3 3:00
Retains WBC Muaythai World Super Welterweight champion (154 lbs).
2008-05-31 Win Russia Artem Levin K-1 Scandinavia MAX 2008 Stockholm, Sweden KO (Right hook) 2 0:40
Retains WMC World Middleweight Champion (160 lbs).
2008-04-12 Win Australia John Wayne Parr The Contender Asia Finale Singapore City Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
Wins the WMC The Contender Asia Season I and WMC World Middleweight Champion (160 lbs).
2008-03-02 Loss Netherlands Andy Souwer SLAMM "Nederland vs Thailand IV" Almere, Netherlands Ext. R Decision 4 3:00
2008-02-09 Win Russia Dimitry Simoukov KO World Series 2008 Auckland Auckland, New Zealand KO (Left hook) 1 2:23
Wins the KO World Series 2008 Auckland Tournament Champion.
2008-02-09 Win New Zealand Shannon Foreman KO World Series 2008 Auckland Auckland, New Zealand TKO (Corner stoppage) 2 2:10
2007-11-29 Win France Farid Villaume France vs Thailand Paris, France TKO (Referee stoppage) 3
2007-10-00 Win Scotland Sean Wright The Contender Asia Season I, Episode 13 Singapore KO (Right uppercut) 2 1:18
2007-09-00 Win Thailand Naruepol Fairtex The Contender Asia Season I, Episode 9 Singapore KO (Punches) 2 0:30
2007-09-00 Win Australia Bruce Macfie The Contender Asia Season I, Episode 4 Singapore Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
2007-05-30 Win France Sebastien Favre Fairtex Thepprasit Stadium Pattaya, Thailand TKO (Referee stoppage) 2 2:44
2007-05-30 Draw France Farid Villaume France vs Thailand Paris, France Draw 5 3:00
2007-01-11 Win France Rafik Bakkouri Fairtex Thepprasit Stadium Pattaya, Thailand KO (Knee strike) 3 1:30
2006-11-11 Win Germany Mark Vogel Masters Fight Night Wuppertal, Germany KO (Elbow) 1
Retains WBC Muaythai World Super Welterweight champion (154 lbs).
2006-08-23 Win Denmark Rasmus Zoeylner WPMF Championships Nakhon Sawan, Thailand Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
Wins the WPMF World Super Welterweight champion (154 lbs).
2006-06-30 Win Germany Kamal El Amrani K-1 World MAX 2006 World Championship Final Yokohama, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2006-05-13 Win Poland Maciej Skupinski Best of The Best II Warsaw, Poland TKO 1
2006-04-12 Win Iran Arslan Iran Rompo Gym Fairtex Thepprasit Stadium Pattaya, Thailand TKO (Referee stoppage) 1
2006-02-11 Win France Elias Ayras Muaythai Lumpinee Krikkri Fights, Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand TKO (Referee stoppage) 2
2005-12-10 Win Australia John Wayne Parr Xplosion 12 Gold Coast, Australia Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
Wins vacant 1st title of WBC Muaythai World Super Welterweight champion (154 lbs).
2005-09-06 Win Thailand Samkor Kiatmontep Petchyindee Fights, Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
Wins vacant Thailand (PAT) Super Welterweight Champion (154 lbs).
2005-08-16 Win Thailand Riuankaew S.Boonya Fairtex Fights, Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand TKO 2
Wins vacant Lumpinee Stadium Welterweight champion (147 lbs).
2005-07-08 Loss Thailand Noppadeat Siangsimaew gym Kiatphet Fights, Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
2005-03-24 Win Thailand Noppakao Sor Wanchart Daorungchujarean Fights, Rajadamnern Stadium Bangkok, Thailand Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
2005-02-25 Win Thailand Tuantong Chartchatree Petchyindee Fights, Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand TKO 3
2005-01-21 Loss Thailand Orono Wor Petchpun Wanboonya Fights, Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand KO (Knee strikes) 3
2004-12-23 Win Thailand Lakhin Sor.Saraythong Daorungchujarean Fights, Rajadamnern Stadium Bangkok, Thailand Decision 5 3:00
2004-11-12 Win Thailand Sakadpetch Ingram gym Fairtex Fights, Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand Decision 5 3:00
2004-08-27 Loss Thailand Sakadpetch Ingram gym Wanboonya Fights, Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
2004-07-14 Win Thailand Lakhin Sakjavee Daorungprabath Fights, Rajadamnern Stadium Bangkok, Thailand Decision 5 3:00
2004-06-22 Win Thailand Charlie Sor Chaitamin Fairtex Fights, Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand TKO (Left Straight) 1
2004-05-04 Loss Thailand Orono Wor Petchpun Petchyindee Fights, Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand TKO (Elbows and Punches) 4
2004-04-02 Loss Thailand Singdam Kiatmoo9 Petchyindee & Wanwerapon Fights, Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
2004-01-27 Win Thailand Watcharachai Kaewsamrit Petchpiya Fights, Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand TKO 1
2004-01-03 Win Thailand Pornpitak Petchudomchai SUK Muaythai Lumpineekrikkai, Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand KO 2
2003-11-15 Win Thailand Nopparat Keatkhamtorn SUK Muaythai Lumpineekrikkai, Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand Decision 5 3:00
2003-10-11 Win Thailand Phutawan Buriramphukaofire SUK Muaythai Lumpineekrikkai, Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand KO (Left cross) 3 2:47
2003-08-16 Win Thailand Kaew Fairtex SUK Muaythai Lumpineekrikkai, Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand Decision 5 3:00
2003-06-14 Loss Thailand Wanmeechai Menayotin SUK Muaythai Lumpineekrikkai, Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand Decision 5 3:00
2003-03-28 Win Thailand Nopparat Keatkhamtorn Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand KO 3
2003-02-18 Loss Thailand Pornsanae Sitmonchai SUK Fairtex, Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand TKO 4
2003-01-14 Loss Thailand Pornsanae Sitmonchai SUK Petpanomurung, Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand KO 3 :
2002 Win Thailand Sam-A Kaiyanghadaogym Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand Decision 5 3:00
2002-07-05 Loss Thailand Wanpichai Sor.Khamsing Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand Decision 5 3:00
2002-04-09 Loss Thailand Pethapee Chor Chingwong Muaythai Gala Thailand KO 3
2002-01-04 Win Thailand Yortong Pitak-Kruchaiden Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand KO 3
2001-08-21 Win Thailand Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand Decision 5 3:00
2001-04-13 Win Thailand Namsuek Petchsupaphan Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand Decision 5 3:00
Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes

Amateur record[edit]

1 time tournament Kickboxing Record
2 Wins, 1 Losses
Date Result Opponent Event Location Method Round Time
2010-09-02 Loss Russia Artem Levin 2010 World Combat Games -75 kg Muay Thai, Final Beijing, China Decision (2-3) 4 2:00
Wins the 2010 World Combat Games -75 kg/165 lb Muay Thai Silver Medal.
2010-08-31 Win Ukraine Vasyl Tereshonok 2010 World Combat Games -75 kg Muay Thai, Semi finals Beijing, China Decision (4-1) 4 2:00
2010-08-29 Win Brazil Guilherme Jung 2010 World Combat Games -75 kg Muay Thai, Quarter finals Beijing, China TKO (Referee Stoppage)
Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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