Too Too

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Too Too
BornMaung Too Too
(1990-10-06) October 6, 1990 (age 30)
Bu Kyun village, Yenanchaung city, Magway Region, Myanmar
Native nameတူးတူး
Nationality Flag of Myanmar.svg Burmese
Height1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Weight75 kg (165 lb; 11.8 st)
Style Lethwei
Stance Orthodox
TeamNagar Mahn, South Dagon, Yangon
TrainerKyaw Soe
Ma Ei Ei Phyo
(m. 2014)
Medal record
Men's Muay Thai
Representing Flag of Myanmar.svg  Myanmar
Southeast Asian Games
Gold medal icon (G initial).svg 2013 Naypyidaw, Myanmar 67kg
Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games
Bronze medal icon (B initial).svg 2013 Incheon, South Korea 67kg
Asian Muay Championships
Gold medal icon (G initial).svg2012 HCM City, Vietnam67kg
Men's Lethwei
Dagon Shwe Aung Lan tournament
Winner2013 Yangon, Myanmar67kg
Men's Boxing
Prime Minister's Cup
Gold medal icon (G initial).svg2013 Naypyidaw, Myanmar67kg

Too Too (Burmese : တူးတူး) is a Burmese Lethwei fighter and who competes in the World Lethwei Championship. He is former the WLC Middleweight World champion. Too Too is undefeated under traditional Lethwei rules and has held the 75 kg Golden Belt since 2015. [1] He also competed in the only Lethwei superfight match held at Kunlun Fight 25 in Slovakia. He also took part in Muay Thai competitions at the 2013 Southeast Asian Games and 2013 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games winning the gold and bronze medal respectively.


Lethwei career

Challenge fights

On May 12, 2013, Too Too faced former Golden belt champion Win Tun at Thuwunna Stadium. After landing a series of punches to the face and body, Too Too knocked out Win Tun in the third round. [2]

Monsoon Fighter

In July 2015, Too Too faced American Muay Thai fighter Cyrus Washington in the Monsoon Fighter event at Thein Pyu Stadium in Yangon. [3] The match went for seven rounds rather than the sport’s typical five. Too Too retained his undefeated record. The fight ended in a draw, but said he did not want to fight for this long again. [4] [5]

1st Myanmar Lethwei World Championship

In August 2016, Too Too faced Quebecer fighter Dave Leduc at the 1st Myanmar Lethwei World Championship. [6] [7] The match was held in Burmese bareknuckle boxing rules, Leduc took the country by storm by dominating the fight, [8] [9] but the battle ended in a draw according to traditional Lethwei rules. [10] [11]


In 2017, Too Too signed an exclusive contract with World Lethwei Championship.

Despite being both among the top ranked Lethwei fighters in Myanmar and both signed to the WLC, Tun Tun Min and Too Too have refused to fight each other due to their long-lasting friendship. [12]

Championships and accomplishments