ปรมอาจารย์ ( มงคล ๖ – มงคลทอง )
GRANDMASTER ( MONGKOL 16 – GOLD MONGKOL )
Pramajarn is one of the most senior teachers. He is highly regarded by all levels below him. This prestigious level is only given to a teacher with many years experience who is highly respected in all areas of life. He is dedicated to passing on his knowledge by teaching, promoting, and inspiring both students and teachers with the spirit and culture of Muaythai.
GM Kevin Lloyd (England)
K.M.A. Ranking: Khan 16 Mongkol 6 Grand issued March 17th 2011
I Started With Gm Woody In 1975 as a Student – Fighter – Teacher until Present Date, helped to establish the Armature since 1995
Camp Name: Siam Camp Established since 1984 to current date
Accomplishments to Date:
British Featherweight Champion (1979 – 1981)
Chairman of the England Muaythai Federation & Great Britain Muaythai Organization. ( E.M.F – G.B.M.T.O )
England Head Coach from 1996 to
General Secretary World Muaythai Federation (W.M.F) for Two & half terms and re appointed in 2018
Vice President & General Secretary World Muay Boran Federation (W.M.B.F.)
International Commissioner World Muaythai Organization (W.M.O.)
KMA Khan Grading Approval Panel
KMA Ambassador For South America – Usa & Canada – Europe – Africa
UBF European President
Head of Referee & Judges
อดีตนักมวยไทย ชื่อ อนันตชัย ศิษย์เส่ย เป็นครูสอนมวยไทยในต่างประเทศ
ทั้งประเทศญี่ปุ่น เกาหลี กรีซ และเป็นโค้ชทีมชาติอิรัก
Formally a Muaythai fighter named Anantachai Sit Suey, Pornakaew “Kru Kaew” has now taught internationally in Japan, Korea, and Greece, and has also been the coach of the Iraqi national team. He is currently the Muayboran and Kru grading teacher at Luktupfah Muaythai School in Bangkok.
Examination Date: 17 March 2017
Membership Expires: 16 March 2020
Sami Kiblawi (Lebanon)
Address: Beirut Lebanon
Pioneer for Muaythai in Arab nations.
In 1995 Master Sami Introduced muaythai as new combat sport to Lebanon
1996 Master Sami invited Master Woody to hold a seminar in Lebanon, following the seminar the popularity grew therefore Master Sami and Master Woody spread muay thai across the Arabic country regions by hosting seminars and inviting Arabian instructors to Lebanon in order to learn muaythai.
Master Sami helped and supported many countries to establish there own federations.
2004 Master Sami achieved his main goal by establishing the first Arab muay thai federation and
hosting in the same year the 1st Arab muaythai championships.
Master Sami is the main instructor in Lebanon for the special forces and units both in the army and police.
2001 – 4th Mongkol (silver) and became a master (Ajarn)
2009 – 5th Mongkol (siver & gold) a grand master
2011 – 6th Mongkol (gold) and became a grand master (Pram Ajarn)
Wissam Jamal Zeidan
Mohammad Jawad Akil
รอ.ธานี หอมจำปา (THAILAND)
Exam Date 17 March 2013
Membership Expire 16 March 2015
Khan 16 – Honorary
Boxing Name: Chanchai Sor Tummarungsi
Date of Birth: 19 October 1967 (Age 50)
Nationality: Thai Speaks: Thai, English
Email: email@example.com Tel: +66 818 776 774
Chanchai Sor Tummarungsi is a Muaythai fighter with several prestigious titles. He was the Lumpini 118lbs Champion in 1985 and 1986, Lumpini 126lbs Champion in 1987, World Champion in 1989, and TV Channel 7 Champion in 1995. He started boxing at Sor Kietisak Camp in Pak Chong, his hometown, and had his first fight when he was just 11 years old. At 17 years of age he went to Sor Tummarungsi Camp which belonged to Colonel Pontreemetee Tummarungsi.
Chanchai had a long and versatile Muaythai career, figting in many weight classes including 118lbs, 122lbs, 130lbs, and 135lbs. His nickname was Phut 2, in reference to Phud Lao Lek, a famous Muaythai fighter of the 1970s. His Muaythai style was femeur which means he was a boxer with high technical skill. Chanchai Sor Tummarungsi stopped fighting at age 29 with an impressive record of 250 fights with 226 wins 20 losses and 4 draws.
Detailed titles: Lumpini Belt at 118lbs against Maewnoi Sitchang, 1985. Lumpini Belt at 118lbs against Panriti Luksirat, 1986. Lumpini Belt at 126lbs against Yoknoi Fairtex, 1987. World Champion Belt at 130lbs against Dutch boxer Gilbert Ballentine in France, 1989 (his only fight abroad). TV Channel 7 Belt against Chareunlap Kiatprasanchai, 1995.
Sep 2015 – Aug 2017: Head Instructor at Rawai Muaythai in Khao Lak, Thailand
May 2014 – Aug 2015: Head Instructor at Equilibrium MMA, Singapore
Feb 2013 – May 2014: Head Instructor, Arena Mixed Martial Arts, Jakarta, Indonesia
June 2011 – Jan 2013: Head Instructor, Kaewsamrit Gym, Bangkok
Feb 2008 – June 2011: Muaythai Instructor, Muban Chom Bueng Rajabhat University, Pakchong, Thailand
Sep 2007 – Nov 2007: Muaythai Instructor, Rabut Police Department, Morocco
March 2000 – Aug 2007: Fireman, Pakchong Fire Station
1974 – 1980: Tamsangkai Wittaya Primary School, Phakchond, Thailand
1980 – 1983: Prachanusorn Junior High School, Pakchong, Thailand
1997 – 2000: Prachanusorn High School, Pakchong, Thailand
2007 – 2012: College for Muaythai Study, Pakchong, Thailand
1978 – 1985: Sor Keattisak Muaythai Gym, Pakchong, Thailand
1985 – 1997: Sor Tummarungsi Muaythai Gym, Pakchong, Thailand
Muaythai, Muayboran, Muay Korat
1985 Lumpini Stadium Bantamweight Champion, Thailand
1986 Lumpini Stadium Bantamweight Champion, Thailand
1987 Lumpini Stadium Featherweight Champion, Thailand
1989 World Champion Junior Lightweight, France
1995 TV Channel 7 Lightweight Champion, Thailand
2016 Muaythai Ambassador of the Year, Sport Authority of Thailand