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The Complete Fight Record of Samart Payakaroon (in Thai)

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Just as a part of history and reference, this was a published career fight record for Samart Payakaroon, photographed. You can see my translation of the years 1980-1982 available to the public, on my Patreon. These are hi-res photos so you should be able to zoom in. There are some errors in dates in this published version, I believe, maybe typos.

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Years 1980-1982 translated in this article

 

1980

February 11- Kongsamut Sor Thanikul, Lumpinee (win, points) wins the 102 lb Lumpine belt

March 14 - Parahatlek Sitchuntong, Pattaya (win points)

March 28 - Sonsil Sit Nernpayong, Lumpinee (win points)

April 29 - Gongsamut Sor Thanikul, Lumpinee (win points)

March 28 (sic) - Somsaknoi Aekyotin, Lumpinee (opponent/fight cancelled) 

April 29 (sic) - Prappirpop Lookklangdon, Lumpinee (win, points)

June 6 - Parahatlek Sitchuntong, Lumpinee (win, points)

June 27 - Bangklanoi Sor. Thanikul, Lumpinee (loss, points)

August 8 - Chamuakpet Fairtex, Lumpinee (loss, points) - loses the 102 lb Lumpinee Belt

September 5 - Jampatong Dornontachai, Lumpinee (opponent/fight cancelled)

September 23 -  Bangklanoi Sor. Thanikul, Lumpinee (win, points) 

October 14 - Numan Sit Pohluang, Lumpinee (win, points)

November 11 - Punlap Sit Niran, Lumpinee (win, points) - 108 lb Lumpinee belt

December 12 - Chamuakpet Hapalang, Lumpinee (win, points)

1981

January 13 -  Punlap Sit Niran, Lumpinee (win, points) 

March 31 - Singtong Prasopchai, Lumpinee (win, points) - wins 115 lb Lumpinee belt 

April 28 - Fanluang Looksadejmaepuangtong, Lumpinee (win, points) - it would be voted the Fight of the Year

June 9 - Mafuang Weerapol, Lumpinee (win, points)

September 4 - Paruhat Lohngern, Lumpinee (win, points)

October 12 - Samingnoom Sit Boondam, Lumpinee (win, points), wins 126 lbs Lumpinee belt

November 9 - Gitti Sor. Thanikul, Rajadamnern (win, points)

1982

January 15 - Nongkhai Sor Prahpatson, Lumpinee (win, points)

March 12  -  Padejsuk Pitsanurachan, Rajadamnern (win, points)  

May 10 - Padejsuk Pitsanurachan, Rajadamnern (win, points)

August 24 - Netnoi Sor Wansing, Lumpinee (win, points) - his first pro boxing fight

December 24 - Dieselnoi Chor Thanasukarn (loss, points)

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Some follow up on one of the matches from Samart's career, his first boxing fight just before his match vs Dieselnoi.

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Some info on Samart‘s boxing debut before he fought Dieselnoi: Netrnoi Sor Vorasingh was a former light flyweight champ, and a tiny guy (about 4’11) who was past his prime by this point and a chunky (polite way of saying fat) little dude by the time Samart fought him.

I’ve never found a report of the fight (I don’t read Thai) but found some pictures recently. For what it’s worth, Thai Wikipedia (clearly written by someone who has read a report of the fight) says it was a controversial decision. This might have been because fans over compensated by a decent performance by the clearly out gunned former champion.

Good matchmaking really; a bigger fighter in his prime taking on a former champ past his and way above his best weight. A more experienced boxer able to give Samart a test, but without the physical advantages to actually beat him.

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Netrnoi Sor Vorasingh vs Samart Payakaroon

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Netrnoi in his better days:

YouTube notes on the fight:

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While footage of the diminutive, Vorasingh has proven elusive over the years, the man himself isn't. He seems typically Thai, well-schooled and patient but liable to launch a violent assault if he senses he has his man pinned down. Coming off the two best victories of his career, Making the 2nd defence of his WBC light flyweight title, if Vorasingh wasn't buoyed by his recent success going into the fight with unheralded Korean challenger Sung-Jun Kim, then he was after his initial success. Getting his timing down against his much bigger opponent, Vorasingh lets rip with both hands. What maybe wouldn't be apparent until after he retired was that Kim was a true iron man and, much to his detriment towards the end of his life, was willing to take two to give one. And so it goes. the 4'11 Vorasingh, who would also die tragically young, gets bowled over. Fun watch, and great to see Vorasingh at last.

 

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On 5/2/2020 at 7:53 PM, Kevin von Duuglas-Ittu said:

Some follow up on one of the matches from Samart's career, his first boxing fight just before his match vs Dieselnoi.

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Netrnoi Sor Vorasingh vs Samart Payakaroon

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Netrnoi in his better days:

YouTube notes on the fight:

 

 

On 5/1/2020 at 4:45 PM, Sylvie von Duuglas-Ittu said:

Years 1980-1982 translated in this article

 

1980

February 11- Kongsamut Sor Thanikul, Lumpinee (win, points) wins the 102 lb Lumpine belt

March 14 - Parahatlek Sitchuntong, Pattaya (win points)

March 28 - Sonsil Sit Nernpayong, Lumpinee (win points)

April 29 - Gongsamut Sor Thanikul, Lumpinee (win points)

March 28 (sic) - Somsaknoi Aekyotin, Lumpinee (opponent/fight cancelled) 

April 29 (sic) - Prappirpop Lookklangdon, Lumpinee (win, points)

June 6 - Parahatlek Sitchuntong, Lumpinee (win, points)

June 27 - Bangklanoi Sor. Thanikul, Lumpinee (loss, points)

August 8 - Chamuakpet Fairtex, Lumpinee (loss, points) - loses the 102 lb Lumpinee Belt

September 5 - Jampatong Dornontachai, Lumpinee (opponent/fight cancelled)

September 23 -  Bangklanoi Sor. Thanikul, Lumpinee (win, points) 

October 14 - Numan Sit Pohluang, Lumpinee (win, points)

November 11 - Punlap Sit Niran, Lumpinee (win, points) - 108 lb Lumpinee belt

December 12 - Chamuakpet Hapalang, Lumpinee (win, points)

1981

January 13 -  Punlap Sit Niran, Lumpinee (win, points) 

March 31 - Singtong Prasopchai, Lumpinee (win, points) - wins 115 lb Lumpinee belt 

April 28 - Fanluang Looksadejmaepuangtong, Lumpinee (win, points) - it would be voted the Fight of the Year

June 9 - Mafuang Weerapol, Lumpinee (win, points)

September 4 - Paruhat Lohngern, Lumpinee (win, points)

October 12 - Samingnoom Sit Boondam, Lumpinee (win, points), wins 126 lbs Lumpinee belt

November 9 - Gitti Sor. Thanikul, Rajadamnern (win, points)

1982

January 15 - Nongkhai Sor Prahpatson, Lumpinee (win, points)

March 12  -  Padejsuk Pitsanurachan, Rajadamnern (win, points)  

May 10 - Padejsuk Pitsanurachan, Rajadamnern (win, points)

August 24 - Netnoi Sor Wansing, Lumpinee (win, points) - his first pro boxing fight

December 24 - Dieselnoi Chor Thanasukarn (loss, points)

Here we go .

1973 :

1. win by decision Petcharoon Sitnimith , in Chonburi on the 24th December 1973 .

1974 ( in chronological order ) :

2. win by decision Saekson Janjira , in Pattaya on the 4th of January 1974 .
3. win by KO in round 1 Saekson Janjira , in Banglamong on the 19th January 1974 .
4. win by decision Chawrith Sitprapom , in Banglamong on the 27th January 1974 .
5. lose by decision Saenkanong Sitkruchip , in the commercial center on the 31th January 1974 .
6. lose by decision Thongdeg Sor. Lackana , in Banglamong on the 25th of February 1974 .
7. win by decision Kenoi Latsamijan , in Banglamong on the 13th of March 1974 .
8. win by decision Thongdeg Sor Lackana , in Banglamong on the 29th of March 1974 .
9. draw against Chatchai Na. Bankrod , in Banglamong on the 16th of April 1974 .
10. win by decision Chawrith Sitprapom , in Banglamong on the 15th of May 1974 .
11. lose by decision Thongdeg Sor. Lackana , in Banglamong on the 31th of July 1974 .
12. win by decision Pandeg Sor. Nuanhanan , in Petchburi on the 19th of August 1974 .
13. lose by decision Thai Looksamet , in the commercial center on the 3th of September 1974 .
14. win by decision Bangklanoi Sor Thanikhul , in Banglamong on the 16th of October 1974 .
15. win by decision Singdam Lookhinnawong , in Pattaya on the 21th of November 1974 .
16. win by KO in round 4 Chatchai Na. Bankrod , in Banglamong on the 9th December 1974 .

1975 ( Not in chronological order , dates are wrong but the placement is wrong ) :

17. lose by decision Thai Looksamet , in Banglamong on the 10th of January 1975 .
18. win by decision Chawrith Sitprapom , in Banglamong on the 20th of February 1975 .
19. win by KO in round 1 Chawrith Wor Youpalath , in Banglamong on the 7th of August 1975 .
20. win by decision Ayduan Hatari , in Banglamong on the 30th of September 1975 .
21. win by decision Bangsai Sitsaithong , in Rayong on the 12th of November 1975 .
22. win by decision Thongchainoi Sitkrulam , in Banglamong on the 8th December 1975 .
23. lose by decision Thongchainoi Sitkrulam , in Petrui on the 2th January 1975 .
24. lose by decision Thai Looksamet , in the commercial center on the 28th March 1975 .
25. win by KO in round 2 Kao Sor. Bantchongsak , in the province of Trat on the 17th August 1975 .
26. win by decision Petchmani Lookbanlao , in the province of Trat on the 10th of December 1975 .
27. win by KO in round 4 Panetchone Lookbanprao , in the district of Lat Phrao ( Bangkok ) on the 27th October 1975 .
28. win by decision Pinchai Singbanlao , in Bangklai ( Bangkok ) on the 11th of December 1975 .
29. win by decision Chawrith Sitprapom , in Prapadaeng ( Bangkok ) on the 29th February 1975 .
30. lose by decision Bangklanoi Sor Thanikhul , in Samrong ( Bangkok ) on the 5th May 1975 .
31. win decision Koukong Sor. Sawangtith , in Banglamong on the 31th of August 1975 .
32. win by KO in round 3 Thanoukranong Latsaminaga , in the province of Trat on the 20th of September 1975 .
33. win by decision Surasak Sakpraseurt , in the province of Trat on the 4th October 1975 .
34. win by KO in round 3 Thaksin Lookkraosaming , in the province of Trat on the 26th October 1975 .
35. win by KO in round 3 Uangfah Sittrangloig , in Chanthaburi on the 20th of November 1975 .
36. win by KO in round 1 Pounsak Sitworawath , in Trat on the 4th of December 1975 .
37. win by KO in round 2 Somyoth Lookchaomai , in Trat on the 11th December 1975 .
38. win by decision Chamnaseuk Na. Pattaya , in Bangklai on the 19th January 1975 .
39. win by decision Tchongdi Srisopa , in Ayutthaya on the 10th February 1975 .

1976 ( in order ) :

40. win by decision Koukong Sor. Sawangtith , in Samrong on the 2th of January 1976 .
41. win by KO in round 2 Sama-air Sitsamrith , in Nakhon Ratchasima on the 7th January 1976 .
42. win by KO in round 2 Nomtanong Sitsaengsawang , in Kantchanaburi on the 19th February 1976 .
43. win by KO in round 1 Pornsawan Sitsuwan , in Nakhon Ratchasima on the 12th July 1976 .
44. win by KO in round 1 Payak Lookmakramkou , in Pattaya on the 3th March 1976 .
45. win by decision Awout Sor. Thanikhul , in Phitsanulok on the 10th August 1976 .
46. win by decision Pongkramnoi Sor. Kingstar , in the province of Roi Et on the 30th October 1976 .
47. win by KO in round 3 Chattamin Sithpratana , in the province Kalasin on the 1st of December 1976 .

1977 ( in order ) :

48. win by decision Saksuriya Fairtex , in Nakhon Pathom on the 24th January 1977 .
49. win by decision Sittichai Sanangym , in Kreg on the 19th March 1977 .
50. win by decision Sittichai Sitrungrath , in Nikom on the 20th of June 1977 .
51. win by KO in round 3 Cheugchai Sithseri , in Banbung on the 4th August 1977 .
52. lose by decision Payom Chokchaisith , in Chai Nat on the 13th December 1977 .

1978 ( in order ) :

53. lose by decision Leungchai Thairungruang , in Chonburi on the 18th January 1978 .
54. lose by decision Thaninoi Saknilan , in Chanthaburi on the 1st February 1978 .
55. win by decision Jokceynoi Por. Muang U-bon , in Chanthaburi on the 19th February 1978 .
56. win by decision Maewnoi Singtchakawan , in Samrong on the 2st March 1978 .
57. lose by decision Awout Sor. Thanikhul , in Nonthaburi on the 27th March 1978 .
58. win by KO in round 4 Kiatwiwath Lookchaimai , in Rayong on the 3st of April 1978 .
59. win by KO round 3 Sampownoi Janjira , in Ratburi on the 15th of April 1978 .
60. win by KO in round 2 Pornchai Sithaosing , in Pong on the 23th of April 1978 .
61. win by decision Gakao Sitchuchai , in Samyan on the 5th of May 1978 .
62. lose by decision Thaninoi Sakniran , in Lumpini stadium on the 23th of May 1978 .
63. win by decision Aunhain Lookbanplai , in Mae Hong Son on the 3th of July 1978 .
64. win by decision Saengpetch Sor. Wongsiam , in Chanthaburi on the 20th July 1978 .
65. win by decision Payakmok Surakosang , in Rajadamnern on the 6th of August 1978 .

1979 ( not in chronological order , dates are right but the placement is wrong ) :

66. win by decision Sichanglek Look KM-16 , in Rajadamnern on the 20th of November 1979 .
67. win by KO in round 1 Praseurtsak Singthapraya , in Alan Yapratheth on 2th December 1979 .
68. draw Sichanglek Look KM-16 , in Lumpini on the 30th December 1979 .
69. win by decision Chawrith Sitprapom , Alan Yaprathet 1 January 1979 .
70. win by decision Sichanglek Look KM-16 , in Lumpini on the 13th February 1979 .
71. draw against Paruadlek Sitchonthong , in Lumpini on the 25th of February 1979 .
72. win by decision Saksuriya Fairtex , in Radjadamern on the 23th of March 1979 .
73. no-contest ( fired his opponent ) Supakiet Aikyothin , in Lumpini on the 20th of April 1979 .
74. lose by decision Jampathong Na. Nonthachai , in Lumpini on the 8th of June 1979 .

These are from the two pages , there's still 2 more to do .

BTW this took me so much time and thinking as i've figured out how the placement was wrong so it was a mindfuck .

 

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