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Team Thailand

Kaoklai Kaennorasing

Kaoklai Kaennorsing may have the looks of a pop star, but this Khon Kaen native is no lightweight when it comes to muaythai.

Kaoklai went on to win the K-1 World Grand Prix in Seoul 2004 and it was while fighting in K-1 tournaments that he earned the nickname of 'Giant Killer' after defeating several much larger opponents.

Nonsai Sor Sanyakorn

Nonsai Sor Sanyakorn has been with the TVC team since the beginning and is now the head trainer of the Elite Fight Club gym in Thong Lor.

Originally from the province of Surin in the Northeast of Thailand, Nonsai began fighting at the age of 11. His potential was clear from an early age and moved to Bangkok to develop his career.

Saiyok Pumphanmuang

Saiyok Pumphanmuang is the current champion of Lumpinee Stadium in the 154 lbs Super-Welterweight division and the Welterweight Champion of Thailand (147 lbs). He has also previously been WMC Super-Lightweight champion (140 lbs), Tamjai Superyak 8 Men Tournament champion (143 lb), and Rachadamnoen Stadium Super-Lightweight champion (143 lbs).

EB FIGHTERS / THAI TEAM

No Name Weight Class Win KO Loss Draw Total Win% KO%
1 Bovy Sor Udomsorn 67 - 69 KG 66 32 26 1 93 59.4% 21.22%
2 Nonsai Sor Sanyakorn 70 - 72 KG 65 25 26 2 91 59.15% 16.25%
3 Saiyok Pumphanmuang 68 - 70 KG 200 30 39 1 240 83.33% 15%
4 Kaoklai Kaennorasing 80 - 85 KG 87 15 37 5 129 67% 17.2%