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In Thailand, the media named Namsaknoi as the Emperor for his 6 year reign as the Lumpinee Stadium champion. With 285 wins and 15 losses, he has one of the highest win ratio in the history of Muay thai at 95%, and during his time, he was the youngest fighter to achieve fighter the year awards. On his resume of wins is a who’s who list of legends.
Coming from the Por Pramuk camp, he experienced the same tragedy as his camp junior, Buakaw Banchamek. Left without his fight purses and many options, he was eventually recruited by the prestigious Evolve MMA to work as the head Muay Thai coach. Working there has enabled him to fulfill his lifelong dream to open up his own gym in the beautiful island of Koh Phangan.
In this video, you get to tap into the mind of one of the greatest fighters in combat sports history. This is the story of Namsaknoi.