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Results of last Suk Petch Numnoi muay thai fight at Lumpinee Stadium.

  • 100 lbs: Petchsila Sitnumnoi   (DRAW)
    Petchmalai Petchcharurnvit
  • 106 lbs: Sripetch Sitnumnoi (WIN)
    Singnakhon Singmawin
  • 110 lbs: Eakmuangkhon Mor.Krungthepthonburi
    Yodkhunpol Singmanassak (WIN)
  • 122 lbs: Katanyu Lek Sitpharang (WIN TKO3)
    Dejkoonchon BaanZangGYM
  • 115 lbs: Hinlad Lek Lukhinlad
    Brandthai KelaSports (WIN)
  • 109 lbs: Numtrang Noi Singpomprab
    Sensak Sor.Boonyiem (WIN)
  • 117 lbs: View Petchkozon (WIN)
    Pompetch Sitnumnoi
  • 130 lbs: Rusami Sitnumnoi
    StarNews SethnyGYM (WIN TKO2)
  • 100 lbs: Songpayak Sitsongpayak (WIN)
    Warapol PaitongGYM

Team Singpatong Pick Up Three Wins in Lumpinee

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Friday, 13th of May in SUK PETCH NUMNOI FIGHT at Ramintra Lumpinee Stadium. Team Singpatong got three straight wins on the event. The first four-fight on the fight card aired live by Thai TV Channel NOW26, and Rafi Singpatong bout aired in the last set of the match. You can watch the video here NOW26.

Fighters do sprint and shadow boxing every morning, sparring and clinching sessions every afternoon and finally all their hard work in training pay-off.


Rafi Bohic Singpatong won by knock-out in Lumpinee

French Nak Muay Rafi Bohic faced Yodrwut from Kaowkri Gym last night. Both fighters showed impressive techniques. In the fourth round, both fighters started throwing a hard kick and Rafi landed a hard kick to Yodrwut that make him knock-out in the fourth round.



Songpayak won by points




Kongfha Tanaimichelle won by points


March 7, 2017 Lumpinee Championship + One Paranchai

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One of the most promising upcoming fights for 2017 is all set for ‘Lumpinee Championship plus One Paranchai‘ show will take place on Tuesday the 7th March at Ramintra road, Lumpinee Boxing Stadium will showcase nine bouts including six title belts lineup. The show organized by Maj.Gen.Kasem Benjaniratisai, Mr. Choon Kiatpetch, Mr. Kode Paranchai and Mr. Numnoi Singpatong.

Muangthai from P.K.SenchaiMuaythaiGYM will face Rambo who currently train at Sitsongpeenong Gym will fight for Muay thai lightweight division ‘135lb lumpinee title belt’.

Petnarin from Por.Pekko is the current Ch7 stadium 108lb champion will fight against Petchphanlit Por.Lakboon for the vacant 108lb lumpinee title belt.

In Muay Thai flyweight division the rising star Keaw from Parunchai Gym will face Ballangyeung Por.Peenapad for the vacant 112lb  lumpinee title belt.

Muay Thai  Bantamweight division, Genkard from Por.Pekko will defend his 118 lumpinee title belt against  Fahpennueng  from Por.Lakboon

Petchmorakod from T-Ded99 Gym will defend his 130lb lumpinee title belt against  Nuenglanlek from Jitmuangnon Gym.

Yodpanomrung from Jitmuangnon Gym will defend his 140lb lumpinee title belt against another star of the 140lb division Rittewida Sor.Niphaphon.

and our junior fighter Sripetch Sitnumnoi will face Petcheak  from Singmanee Gym. 


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Congratulations to the Team Singpatong for two wins tonight and Pee Numnoi for his first successful Muay Thai fight promotion in Lumpinee Stadium.

In the main event, a french muay thai figther Rafi Bohic faced Srimuangpai from Amnat Muay Thai Gym for rematch fight. Rafi prepared hard and focused on his training for these fight. Both fighters gave the best shot to win the battle but Rafi announced the winner by points against Srimuangpai.

In another fight Arthur Singpatong won by techinical knock-out in round 5 against Oishi Lukmakhamwan.



MuaySiam Magazine featured Rafi’s fight in Suk Petch Numnoi fight in Bangkok


SEPTEMBER 2, 2016 Suk Kiatpetch + SitNumnoi TanaiMichelle

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Thanks to Muay Siam Magazine for the cover of the week featuring the next big fight at Lumpinee Stadium on Friday, 2nd of September 2016. The show will have five stadium title on the fight card, and it will take places in Bangkok hosted by Suk Kiatpetch and SitNumnoi Tanaimichelle promotion team.

French NakMuay, Rafic Bohic Singpatong, will fight Pongsiri Por Siripong, for the vacant Lumpinee welterweight (147lbs) title. As per the new rankings for August at Lumpinee, Yodpayak from Sitsongpeenong is the champion of that weight class, while Pongsiri is ranked no.1 at Super welterweight, and Rafi is ranked no.2 in the same division.

On the main event Muang Thai, from PK Saemchai Gym will face Yodlekpet.