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In accordance with the Rules and Regulations of the World Boxing Council (WBC) Muay Thai, fighters in the Flyweight Division should weigh more than 108 pounds or 48.988 kg and not exceeding 112 pounds or 50.802 kg.

As of this writing , WBC Muay Thai’s Championship Title for Flyweight Division is still vacant. However, there are a number of superstar fighters from Thailand and from other countries competing and successfully at that in various fight matches. Some of them include:

Yodsanklai Fairtex

He is a Thai kickboxer and Muay Thai fighter. He is the former three-time Lumpini Stadium Champion in the Flyweight and Welterweight Divisions. He earned the nickname, “The Boxing Computer” from Thai sports newspapers as a testament to his perfect fighting technique.


Romie Adanza

He is an American Muay Thai kickboxer who competes in the Flyweight division and is known for his good boxing skills and aggressive fighting style. He started his career in the Featherweight Division, winning the WBC Muay Thai International Featherweight Championship before dropping down to Bantamweight. After one final weight class, he change down to Flyweight and won another WBC International crown before becoming the MTAA World Flyweight Champion.

Sangmanee Sor Tienpo

This teenage prodigy won the Lumpini Mini Flyweight belt, the Rajadamnern Flyweight belt and the S-1 Flyweight belt.


Rambaa Somdet

He is a great Muay Thai specialist and is one of the top Flyweights in the world of mixed martial arts and Muay Thai.

Other names to watch out for in the Muay Thai Flyweight Division are:

  • Ryuji Kato from Japan

  • Naoki Otsuki from Japan

  • Palangphol Chuwattana from Thailand

  • Fahpennueng P. Donsit from Thailand

  • Thaksinlek Kiatniwat from Thailand

  • Trakulpetch S. Sommai from Thailand

  • Katapetch S. Suradech from Thailand

  • Jomhod Sakami from Thailand

  • Bangpleenoy 96Peenang from Thailand

  • Kusakornnoy S. Julsen from Thailand

  • Petchkarat Jitmuangnont from Thailand

  • Petch Eakbangsai from Thailand

  • Pholkrit Namplaytrahoymuk

  • Payaknoy W. Wiwattananont

  • Ronald Low from Singapore (7x Muay Thai champion in the Flyweight division)

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