We are very aware of the importance of having high calibre Muay Thai trainers on our team. This is a challenge for any Muay Thai gym. It is a challenge we feel we have met without reservation. We have a young, committed and enthusiastic team. Three of them are highly decorated with Championship belts. When it comes to the excellence and dedication of our Muay Thai trainers, the reviews of our gym speak for us as does the performance of our fighters. We are proud to present our current line up of trainers.
Height: 172 cm (5’6″)
Weight: 60 kg (132 lbs)
Khru Keng (who is also one of our senior Muay Thai trainers) is 30 years old and joins the team from the Surin Province in the East of Thailand. He started training at 9 years old with friends and has been part of the Muay Thai scene ever since. He also began fighting locally at 9 years old before joining Jor. Looksamut Gym in the Samut Prakan province of Bangkok.
Since the beginning of his career Khru Keng has had over 300 fights including multiple appearances at Rajadamnern, Lumpinee and Channel 7 Stadium. He is a former Chonburi province Champion, but perhaps his most notable achievement was winning a trophy at the Channel 7 awards for best technique. Keng is best known for his powerful and precise elbows, particularly his back spinning elbow. He speaks basic english.
Height: 173 cm (5’6″)
Weight: 66 kg (145 lbs)
Khru Nard (fighting name Mongkol Thong) is 29 and from Nong Bua Lamphu in Esaan.
He started practicing Muay Thai at 9 years of age and had his first fight the year after. His fighting style is Muay Femur with a mixture of Muay Khao. Khru Nard is also well known for his elegant “Wai Khru” and “Ram Muay” and has won an award for the most beautiful Ram Muay in Thailand.
Khru Nard has fought in Lumpinee, Omnoi and Rajadamnern Stadiums and has over 200 fights under his belt.
He speaks reasonably fluent English and has many years experience as a trainer.
Khru Nard has recently began a modelling career and is very interested in Strength and Conditioning training.
Height: 175 cm (5’7″)
Weight: 70 kg (154 lbs)
At 23 years old Na is the youngest member of our training team. Na is originally from the Nakhon Si Tammarat Province of Thailand and started training at 10 years old at Kiat Wipat Gym before moving to Sit. Sien Buum Gym.
He has had many professional fights and describes his fighting and training style as technical, with a big emphasis on knees and kicks. Na has a basic understanding of English and is learning more with every day.
Height: 171 cm (5’7″)
Weight: 75 kg (165 lbs)
Khru Sam is originally from Surin and started training at 10 years of age at Por ChedChai Gym under the fighting name “ Petchsampran ”. He took an interest in Muay Thai from watching his father, who was also a fighter. Khru Sam fought in some of the most high profile stadiums in Thailand including Lumpinee and Omnoi. His fighting style is Muay Kao and has over 90 fights under his belt.
Khru Sam has a basic understanding of English.
Height: 170 cm (5’7″)
Weight: 63 kg (138 lbs)
Khru Nin is from Khon Kaen in the Esaan region of Thailand, Nin has accrued over 200 fights during his career. He has trained under the legendary Somrak Sor Kamsing for the last 9 years and has appeared at Lumpinee Stadium, Ratchadamnern, and Channel 7.
He is well known for his elbow knockouts and won 10 fights in a row for Sumalee by elbows.
Height: 170 cm (5’7″)
Weight: 65 kg (143 lbs)
Khru Rune (fighting name Phetpirune Sumalee) comes from Surin. He started fighting when he was 8 years old.
He is good friends with Khru Keng. They have both trained together back in Surin. At just 19 years of age, Khru Rune has over 60 fights under his belt with most of his fights ending in a knockout. His style is somewhat similar to Pornsanae Sitmonchai.
Khru Rune is still very much an active fighter and will continue to fight locally
Height: 161 cm (5’6″)
Weight: 60 kg (138 lbs)
Wiliam’s fighting name is Liam Phetwangmuen Hadao. He comes from Udon Thani where he also went to university to study Physical Science. Liam started fighting at the age of eight. Since then he has had 180 fights, with 155 wins, 10 losses & 15 draws.
He fought in the Varsity Team on ASEAN Games 16 in Vientiane, Laos in 2012. William was a medallist for the Thai National Team in Chonburi games. He also represented the Varsity team at Chonburi and Udon. He was awarded Gold Medal for Varsity Team at 51kg in Chiang Mai. He also has a bronze medal in white collar boxing at 42kg.
William initially worked for us for a year but was called up to the Thai Navy and was based in the south of Thailand protecting the southern provinces against insurgents. We held his job open for him and he returned in December 2018.