Top 10 of King boxing in Thailand?
Free Muay Thai boxing is a popular sport in Thailand. This type Thais promote strong because there are a lot of good players who have built a national reputation in the on the international stage. Below are 10 of Thailand’s Legends MMA Insider classified:
Samart Payakaroon Thailand’s top player. He has won many awards, such as Sports Writers Fighter, Western Boxing, and WBC super bantamweight title. Samart’s record to win 129 times, losing 19 times and 2 times.
2. Dieselnoi Chor Thanasukarn
Dieselnoi players who can belt Lumpinee lightweight 4-year period 1981 to 1985. Boxer has a record to win 110 times, losing 10 times and 2 times. Dieselnoi retire because no one will dare to compete with.
3. Saenchai Sor Kingstar
Boxing Saenchai engaged since and now he has a little 34-year-old and not yet retired. Lumpinee title at the age of 15-year-old beat 2 at the same time and is Sagetdao Petpayathai Petchboonchu 5 (a proposed match 2 vs 1 through 5). For the record, he won 285 times and lost 52 times equal to 2 times.
4. Namsaknoi Yudthagarngamtorn
Namsaknoi nicknamed The Emperor and the boxer Lumpinee Lightweight belt holders have a 5-year period. For the record, he won 285 times and lost 15 times better than any other player.
5. Orono Wor Petchpun
Orono is a player who once beat a lot like Saenchai Sor Kingstar, Yodsaenklai Fairtex and Buakaw Por Pramuk. You began boxing training since the age of 15-year-old had won a lot, and his record is won 120 times, losing 36 times and drawing 3 time
6. Kongtoranee Payakaroon
Kongtoranee Samart Payakaroon brother and also a strong one. For the record, he won 200 times and lost 74 times.
7. Nontachai Sit O
Nontachai strong legs who had won many domestic and foreign. For the record, he did not know, just know that have played 250 times.
8. Sagetdao Petphayathai
He beat Kevin Ross belts WBC Diamond super lightweight. Sagetdao record, winning 162 times and lost 62 times equal to 1 times.
9. Pornsanae Sitmonchai
Pornsanae ever many belts as a super bantamweight, Lumpinee champion and Rajadmnern super flyweight. For the record, he won 200 times and lost 54 times or 8 times.
1០. Buakaw Por Pramuk
Buakaw won Rajadamnern belt and Lumpinee but because he had won the award in the K-1 Max Japan2 times in 2004 and 2006 to make boxing was very popular. For their record to win 257 times, losing 41 and drawing 12 times.