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Can I add Dedduang Por Pongsawong to the list? He might be an interesting one because he is so short but made his style work against much larger fighters. He also was one of the first to start really blasting people with repeated low kicks from what I am told. Never won a championship, but highly respected by many fighters of that era. I can set things up if needed.

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23 hours ago, Tyler Byers said:

Can I add Dedduang Por Pongsawong to the list? He might be an interesting one because he is so short but made his style work against much larger fighters. He also was one of the first to start really blasting people with repeated low kicks from what I am told. Never won a championship, but highly respected by many fighters of that era. I can set things up if needed.

Where is he located? Bangkok? Would love to have him.

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6 hours ago, Kevin von Duuglas-Ittu said:

Where is he located? Bangkok? Would love to have him.

He's teaching at a FitFac location in Bangkok I believe. I tried to figure out the exact location before so I could go visit, but I had a hard time with the translation. I'll send him a message and see if he can find a friend to help him with Google Maps.

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4 minutes ago, Tyler Byers said:

He's teaching at a FitFac location in Bangkok I believe. I tried to figure out the exact location before so I could go visit, but I had a hard time with the translation. I'll send him a message and see if he can find a friend to help him with Google Maps.

We'll be in Bangkok on maybe the 1st or 2nd, if he's available. Would love to film with him.

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Paruharlek Sittchunthong. 4x Lumpinee Champion. One of the only people to KO Samart. Also beat Hippy, Sangtiennoi and Wangchannoi. Siam fight mag reckons he’s a physical education officer in Mueang Pathum Thani and also works as a referee at different stadiums.

 

Nungubon Sitlerchai. Fought and beat pretty much all the greats during the golden age, winning 3 Lumpinee belts. And then beat an in his prime Saenchai in 1999 to win his 4th Lumpinee belt. Runs a gym in Ubon Ratchathani:  https://sitnungubon2002.wixsite.com/sitnungubongym

 

The ones I’ve listed below might be getting on a bit now. But even if you couldn’t train with them, if you got the chance to do an interview with them, they would be nice additions to the library.

 

The Golden Leg - Pupadnoi Warrawut. I was told he’s living in either Ayutthaya or Khon Kaen

 

Vicharnnoi Porntawee. Lumpinee and Radja legend. Beat Pupadnoi and Dieselnoi (twice). Siam fight mag says he runs a business in Nonthaburi.

 

Ajarn Peng. Senior coach at Sor Thanikul during the golden age. He was teaching at 96 Penang in Bangkok. Anyone know if he’s still there?

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8 hours ago, Snack Payback said:

Ajarn Peng. Senior coach at Sor Thanikul during the golden age. He was teaching at 96 Penang in Bangkok. Anyone know if he’s still there?

I can check with Barry or Vicky Norman and see if they know him. Barry may have been there during that time.

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21 hours ago, Snack Payback said:

The Golden Leg - Pupadnoi Warrawut. I was told he’s living in either Ayutthaya or Khon Kaen

Yes, he's been around our filming several times, and we definitely would like to film with him. He was there at our 4 Legend's seminar just watching it all, and he's close with Dieselnoi, Karuhat, etc. He seems hesitant, maybe because he has not trained for a very long time, but we are slowly working on getting him in the Library. He has a wonderful gentlemanliness about him.

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On 5/21/2019 at 7:28 PM, Jirasak S said:

As I’ve always requested: RAMBO! RAMBO! RAMBO! 😬

 

I spoke with Sylvie before on assisting her in tracking him down since he is an enigma. I’ve been following his son on Instagram to see if there’s been any updates, but the trail has gone cold. Last I saw he was a trainer at a fitness gym in Bangkok and then he just vanished. 

Karuhat is in contact with him

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Hello, that fighters will be great to film :

In BKK :

-Sangmanee Sor Tienpo fighter or the year in 2012 and 2015

-Muangthai PK Saenchai fighter of the year in 2014 ( elbow specialist )

-Jaroensap Kiatbanchong fighter of the year in 1992

-Srimuang Singhsuan Ngern (Anan Chantip) : kick specialist, owner of Kaewsamrit Gym

-Norasing Lukbanyai : fighter of the year in 2006

- littewada Sitthikul : fimeu : lumpini champion

-Panpayak Jitmuangnon : fighter of the year fews times, lumpini and Rajadamnern champion

- Phadetsuek Pitsarnurachan : fighter of the year in 1979

I have them phone if you need

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Hello, that fighters will be great to film :

In Pattaya :

-Saiyok Pumpanmuang :lumpini and thailand champion (elbow specialist)

-Kaew fairtex : K1, lumpini champion ...

-Manasak Sor Ploenjit : fews times champions ( in Chonburi)

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Wuttidet Lukprabath : champion of the year in 2007 live in Ayyuthaya

Rungruanglek Lukprabath : champion of the year in 2009 live in Saraburi

Lamnammon Sor Sumalee : champions du Lumpini (King of the knees) live in Ubon Ratchathani

Fasai Taweechai :champion of the year in 1970 live in Ubon

Vicharnoi Porntawee : champion of the year in 1977 : Sagat has his phone number

Anantasak Panyuthapoom : fighter of the year in 1997 live in Chaiyapour

 

Someone have the phone of:

Seechang Sakornpitak champion of the year in 1971

Porsai Sittbunlert champion of the year in 1976

Nongkhai Sor Prapassorn champion of the year in 1980

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On 7/1/2019 at 10:49 PM, Snack Payback said:

Ajarn Peng. Senior coach at Sor Thanikul during the golden age.

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Vicky said this is his son, it's probably the best way to get in contact with him as I don't think Ajarn Peng has his own FB page. 

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Don't know if he has been mentioned before but how about a session with Ajarn Gae?

I don't really know where he teaches but he should be fairly easy to find. Not a big name fighter as his career was cut short by a serious injury but it seems he is a pretty high profile trainer nowadays.

Pretty oldschool, tough as nails guy from what I can tell who really wants you to improve and push you to the peak of what you can do.

 

EDIT: just watched Lawrence Kenshin's short documentary about him. It say he teaches out of Elite Fight Club in Bangkok

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On 8/16/2019 at 11:42 PM, AndyMaBobs said:

Has Kru Nu ever been in the library? I realise that there's a ton of footage of his work with Sylvie, but I'd be interested to see his style!

He's actually really shy about the camera, and we've hardly filmed him because of it. We definitely want him in the archive, because it's a historic record, but it would have to be done differently than any other entry, simply because he works so much with Sylvie, and 99% of it is just grinding, very slow cook

But, thank you for the suggestion, it's good to be reminded. Maybe instead of one hour session, we could maybe film small segments over time and put them all together.

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3 hours ago, Kevin von Duuglas-Ittu said:

He's actually really shy about the camera, and we've hardly filmed him because of it. We definitely want him in the archive, because it's a historic record, but it would have to be done differently than any other entry, simply because he works so much with Sylvie, and 99% of it is just grinding, very slow cook

But, thank you for the suggestion, it's good to be reminded. Maybe instead of one hour session, we could maybe film small segments over time and put them all together.

Would love that in whatever form seems most appropriate!

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On 8/21/2019 at 8:51 AM, Kevin von Duuglas-Ittu said:

He's actually really shy about the camera, and we've hardly filmed him because of it. We definitely want him in the archive, because it's a historic record, but it would have to be done differently than any other entry, simply because he works so much with Sylvie, and 99% of it is just grinding, very slow cook

But, thank you for the suggestion, it's good to be reminded. Maybe instead of one hour session, we could maybe film small segments over time and put them all together.

That way would be cool! Especially if he's camera shy

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Just discovered this thread, I am hoping to one day see a Patreon session with Saiyok Pumpanmuang.

One of my absolute favourites, I have no info on him so i can't be of any help in setting it up.

If anybody have some info on him, where he trains, if he teaches somewhere etc., it'd be much appreciated.

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On 8/31/2019 at 6:24 AM, Sebastian CL said:

Just discovered this thread, I am hoping to one day see a Patreon session with Saiyok Pumpanmuang.

Sylvie loves him. We almost set a session up, but our contact kind of moved out of the picture for a while. He was at Muaythai Plaza in Bangkok for a long time. I think we could track him down again. Thanks for the reminder!

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On 7/16/2019 at 11:27 AM, Xestaro said:

Don't know if he has been mentioned before but how about a session with Ajarn Gae?

I don't really know where he teaches but he should be fairly easy to find. Not a big name fighter as his career was cut short by a serious injury but it seems he is a pretty high profile trainer nowadays.

Pretty oldschool, tough as nails guy from what I can tell who really wants you to improve and push you to the peak of what you can do.

 

EDIT: just watched Lawrence Kenshin's short documentary about him. It say he teaches out of Elite Fight Club in Bangkok

To clarify a bit, I was talking about this man: http://www.ajarngae.com/

 

Somehow he got pretty well known when some pretty hardcore pad-sessions with him went viral online. He seems to be a man who deeply mourned the loss of his ability to fight in the ring and now tries to help other people do that. Pushes his students very hard but because he really wants them to improve and be well prepared and at least to my eyes he also has a lot to offer. He seems to somehow have managed to take the spirit of a fighter he still has into being a trainer.
I would be very interested to learn more about him and his style and see what he and Sylvie can do together.

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