Thongchai Sitsongpeenong

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Thongchai Sitsongpeenong
BornSaranon Glompan
(1996-01-22) January 22, 1996 (age 28)
Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
Native nameธงชัย ศิษย์สองพี่น้อง
Other namesThai Terminator
Nationality Thai
Height1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Weight70 kg (154 lb; 11 st)
77 kg (170 lb; 12.1 st)
Division Welterweight
Middleweight
Reach72.5 in (184 cm)
Style Muay Thai
Stance Orthodox
Fighting out of Bangkok, Thailand
TeamSitsongpeenong Muaythai
TrainerAnuaysil Bunphengsri "Monlit Sitphodaeng", Jakkrit Fairtex, Tong Sitsongpeenong
Years active2007–present
Kickboxing record
Total177
Wins138
By knockout18
Losses39
Draws0
Website www.sitsongpeenong.com
Last updated on: June 16, 2017
Medal record
Men's Pencak silat
Representing Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand
Southeast Asian Games
Silver medal icon (S initial).svg 2021 Hanoi 90–95 kg
Bronze medal icon (B initial).svg 2023 Phnom Penh 85–90 kg
World Championships
Bronze medal icon (B initial).svg2022 Melaka85–90 kg

Thongchai Sitsongpeenong (Thai: ธงชัย ศิษย์สองพี่น้อง, Thai pronunciation: [tʰōŋ.tɕʰchājsìtsɔ̌ːŋpʰîːnɔ́ːŋ] ; born January 22, 1996) is a Thai Muay Thai kickboxer. As of June 2016, he is ranked #9 at Rajadamnern Stadium at 160 lbs and #10 by World Boxing Council Muaythai at 160 lbs. [1] Thongchai has also previously competed for Glory from 2016 to 2018, where he most notably participated in the 2018 Glory Welterweight Contender Tournament.

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In addition to Muay Thai, Thongchai has also competed in pencak silat, where he has won the silver medal at the 2021 Southeast Asian Games in the 90–95 kg event and the bronze medal at the 2022 World Championship in the 85–90 kg event.

Biography and career

Thongchai Sitsongpeenong was born as Saranon Glompan in Nakhon Ratchasima in the northerneastern (Isan) region of Thailand on January 22, 1996. He had his first fight at the age of 11 in 2007. [2]

On June 7, 2013, Thongchai won the vacant Lumpinee Stadium title in the welterweight division (147 lbs). [3] His first fight outside of Thailand was on November 23, 2013, in Macau, China, against Eleha Nohi at 70 kg. Thongchai won after a three-round decision. His second fight outside of Thailand was on December 13, 2013, in Russia against Khayal Dzaniev. Dzaniev is one of the few fighters who have beaten Buakaw Banchamek, which happened in the TopKing World Series Semifinal Tournament. Thongchai defeated Dzaniev via technical knock out in the third round and won the WMC Intercontintental Super Welterweight Championship title at 154 lb. [4] [5]

Thongchai lost in a highly controversial bout against Tobby Smith on January 3, 2014. It has been argued that he won rounds one and two, and it being a three-round fight, he should have won the bout. [6] His next international fight was in France on February 8, 2014. He won against Fabio Pinca after five rounds. He broke Pinca's arm, causing Pinca to not be able to fight for 15 months.[ citation needed ] Thongchai went on to fight at the IFMA World Championships tournament in Malaysia from May 4–9, 2014. He won gold in the 71 kg division. [7] Thongchai next fought Vong Noy in Cambodia, winning by second-round knock out on August 3, 2014.

Thongchai then fought for Top King World Series. On November 15, 2014, he fought for in Paris, France, winning a three-round decision against Samy Sana. [8] In 2015, he fought three more times in the Top King World Series. On July 28, he won via first round knock out against Collin Law. [9] On September 4, he won via first round knock out against Aydin Tuncay. [10] On October 17, he won via third round technical knock out against Adrien Rubis. [11]

Titles and achievements

Kickboxing

Muay Thai

Pencak silat

Current ranking

Fight record

Kickboxing record
138 Wins (18 (T)KO's), 39 Losses, 0 Draws
DateResultOpponentEventLocationMethodRoundTime
2022-02-19Win Flag of Iran.svg Mohsen Hosseini Muay Hardcore Thailand TKO1
2018-08-23Loss Flag of France.svg Hamza Ngoto Best of Siam XIII Thailand KO (Right Elbow)2
2018-07-06Loss Flag of Slovakia.svg Vladimír Moravčík All Star Fight 5 Czech Republic decision33:00
2018-05-12Loss Flag of France.svg Cedric Doumbe Glory 53: Lille Lille, France KO (Overhand Right)10:33
2018-03-03Loss Flag of Aruba.svg Eyevan Danenberg Glory 51: Rotterdam Rotterdam, Netherlands Decision (unanimous)33:00
Welterweight Contender Tournament, Final
2018-03-03Win Flag of Argentina.svg Alan Scheinson Glory 51: Rotterdam Rotterdam, Netherlands Decision (Split)33:00
Welterweight Contender Tournament, Semi-Finals
2017-09-02Win Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Sun Weiqiang Wu Lin Feng 2017 Xi'an, China Decision (unanimous)33:00
2017-08-05Loss Flag of Morocco.svg Mohamed Mezouari Fight League 7 Tangier, Morocco TKO (Low Kick)2
For Fight League -76kg World Championship.
2017-02-24Loss Flag of the Netherlands.svg Murthel Groenhart Glory 38: Chicago Hoffman Estates, Illinois TKO (Punches)31:45
2016-10-21Win Flag of the United States.svg Casey Greene Glory 34: Denver Broomfield, Colorado KO22:58
2016-09-10Loss Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Nurla Mulali Kunlun Fight 51 Fuzhou, China Decision (Majority)33:00
2016-07-10Win Flag of France.svg Olivier Feher Super Muaythai Workpoint Thailand TKO Round 33
2015-10-17Win Flag of France.svg Adrien Rubis Top King World SeriesNingbo, China TKO Round 332:30
2015-09-04Win Flag of Turkey.svg Aydin Tuncay Top King World SeriesZhoukou, China KO Round 112:40
2015-07-28Win Flag of Hong Kong.svg Colin LawTop King World Series Kitec, Hong Kong KO Round 111:17
2015-05-16Win Flag of Thailand.svg Rungrawee P.K.SaenchaiMuaythaiGym TV3 Thailand Decision53:00
2014-11-15Win Flag of France.svg Samy Sana Top King World Series Paris, France Decision33:00
2014-09-27Lost Flag of Thailand.svg Peemai Jitmuangnon Siam Omnoi Stadium Bangkok, Thailand Decision53:00
2014-08-03Win Flag of Cambodia.svg Vong NoyTV3 Cambodia KO200:52
2014-06-14Win Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Youssef Boughanem Best of Siam 5 Paris, France TKO300:44
2014-03-21Win Flag of France.svg Karem BezzouhNaikhanom Tom PRO Champions Ayutthaya, Thailand Decision33:00
Wins the Nakhanom Tom PRO Championship.
2014-03-19Win Flag of Thailand.svg ApichartNaikhanom Tom PRO Champions Ayutthaya, Thailand KO2
2014-03-18Win Flag of Thailand.svg Ekachai Parinyo Naikhanom Tom PRO Champions Ayutthaya, Thailand KO1
2014-02-08Win Flag of France.svg Fabio Pinca La Nuit des Titans Tours France Decision53:00
2014-01-03Lost Flag of Australia (converted).svg Tobby Smith Muay Thai Combat Mania YOKKAO 6 Pattaya, Thailand Decision33:00
2013-12-13Win Flag of Russia.svg Khayal Dzhaniev Chelyabinsk, Russia TKO3
Wins WMC Intercontinental Super Welterweight Championship (154 lb)
2013-11-23Win Flag of South Korea.svg Eleha NohiDecision33:00
2013-09-26Win Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Yassine BoughanemDecision53:00
2013-06-7Win Flag of Thailand.svg Fahmongkol S.J. Danrayong Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand Decision53:00
Wins vacant Lumpinee Stadium Welterweight Title (147 lb)
2013-05-10Win Flag of Thailand.svg Petchmankong Gaiyanghadao Bangkok, Thailand Decision53:00
2013-04-05Lost Flag of Thailand.svg Wanchalerm Ouddonmueang Bangkok, Thailand KO3
2013-03-08Win [12] Flag of France.svg Damien Alamos Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand TKO2
2013-02-07Lost Flag of Thailand.svg Petchboonchu FA Group Rajadamnern Stadium Bangkok, Thailand Decision53:00
2013-01-04Win Flag of Thailand.svg Fahmeechai FA Group Bangkok, Thailand KO2
2012-11-12Lost Flag of Thailand.svg Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand Decision53:00
2012-10-04Win Flag of Thailand.svg Sittisak Petpayathai Rajadamnern Stadium Bangkok, Thailand TKO (Knees)4
2012-08-07Lost Flag of Thailand.svg Jomthong Chuwattana Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand TKO3
2012-07-13Win Flag of Thailand.svg Yodtuantong Petchyindeeacademy Bangkok, Thailand Decision53:00
2012-05-22Win Flag of Thailand.svg Tuantong Pumphanmuang Bangkok, Thailand Decision53:00
2012-04-30Lost Flag of Thailand.svg Saeksan Or. Kwanmuang Lumpinee Stadium Bangkok, Thailand Decision53:00
2012-03-09Lost Flag of Thailand.svg Saeksan Or. Kwanmuang Lumpinee Stadium Thailand Decision53:00
2012-02-08Win Flag of Thailand.svg Lekkla Thonsurankorn Thailand KO3
2011-12-31Win Flag of Thailand.svg Yuttachai Pran26 Thailand Decision53:00
2011-12-09Win Flag of Thailand.svg Yodpanomrung S.B.P. Carnetwork Thailand Decision53:00
2011-11-09Lost Flag of Thailand.svg Petpanomrung Kiatmuu9 Daprungprabaht Fights, Rajadamnern Stadium Bangkok, Thailand Decision53:00
2011-10-14Win Flag of Thailand.svg Rungpetch Gaiyang 5 Daow Bangkok, Thailand Decision53:00
2011-09-16Win Flag of Thailand.svg Duangpicard K. Sapaotong Bangkok, Thailand TKO3
2011-08-19Lost Flag of Thailand.svg Pornsawan Lookprabaht Thailand Decision53:00
2011-07-26Win Flag of Thailand.svg Yodwicha Por Boonsit Thailand Decision53:00
2011-07-01Win Flag of Thailand.svg Kangwallek Petchyindee Thailand Decision53:00
2011-06-01Win Flag of Thailand.svg Mapichit Sitsongpeenong Thailand Decision53:00
2011-04-29Lost Flag of Thailand.svg Yodkhunpon Sitmonchai Thailand TKO2
2011-03-25Win Flag of Thailand.svg Eakmongkol Gaiyang5DaowGym Bangkok, Thailand Decision53:00
2011-02-25Win Flag of Thailand.svg Eakmongkol Gaiyang5DaowGym Bangkok, Thailand Decision53:00
2011-01-??Win Flag of Thailand.svg Pradej Lookklongjan Thailand Decision53:00
2010-08-24Loss Flag of Thailand.svg Yodwicha Por Boonsit Thailand Decision53:00
Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes
Amateur Muay Thai record
DateResultOpponentEventLocationMethodRoundTime
2014-05-09Win Flag of Russia.svg Timur Ineshin2014 IFMA World Championships, Final Langkawi, Malaysia TKO3
Wins 2014 IFMA World Championships (-71 kg) Gold Medal.
2014-05-06Win Flag of Belarus.svg Farkhad Ahkmejanov2014 IFMA World Championships, Quarter Final Langkawi, Malaysia KO1
2014-05-04Win Flag of Ukraine.svg Alim Nabiev 2014 IFMA World Championships, 1/8 Final Langkawi, Malaysia Decision33:00
Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes

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