by Serge TREFEU (2013)




Serge TREFEU: Hello, how are you, well?
How old are you?
I am 26 years old 
You come of what region of the Thailand?
I come from Nakhon Si Thammarat in the South of the Thailand
You began the boxing at which age?
In 8 years
You have brothers and sisters?
Yes I have a brother

Your brother makes of the boxing also?
Yes it is a fighter also as me
How you discovered the boxing?
My father is a former boxer, he has me to train in the boxing as soon as I knew how to walk (Laughter)
Your first fight you made him for which age?
In 8 years with only a few months of training, I won at points, I touched 200 bahts...
Teenager you were rather a brawler or at all?
Not too much...

You began Muay Thai in which camp?
To the camp Sor Likorn to Nakhon Si Thammarat, it was a camp where there were especially children...
How much you have make of fight for this camp?
I have make about 30 fights for this camp
You came to which age to Bangkok?
I came to 12 years, I was in the camp which is now called Keatkamthorn, I stayed only one month, then I was then in the camp Saengmorakot where I am today...
You live in the camp?
Yes I share my room with other boxers

In what category you fight?
At the beginning in 135 lbs and today in 147 lbs (67 kg)
What are the titles which you gained?
I gained the belt of Thailand at Radja in 135 lbs against Jaroenchai in 2008, then in 2011 I took the belt of Thailand in 147 lbs in Lumpinee against Saenchainoi!
How much have you make of fights, how much have you of victory and defeat?
I have make 87 fights for 61 victories, two draws and 24 defeats
You gained many fights by KO?
I have 17 victories by KO
You have which style of boxing?
I am rather Fimeuu (technician)

What was so far your hardest fight?
Against Anuwat Keawsamrit in Radja, it was a very hard fight with him, I lost in points...
Your best memory of boxing until today?
My victory in Radja against Jaroenchai for the belt of Thailand, I win by KO against a great champion!
What are the known Thai fighters that you faced?
Jaroenchai (victory), Anuwat (defeat), Nong Bee (1 victory, 1 defeat), Jomthong (defeat), Seanchainoi (2 victories, 1 defeat), Samingprai (defeat), Sittichai (defeat), Samsamut (defeat), Phuja (defeat), Singmanee (defeat), Chok Eminentair (victory), Superbon (defeat), Saksurin (victory)...

You participated in 2011 in the big tournament Isuzu in the stadium of Omnoi, against whom you fought?
Yes I met Saksurin and Seanchainoi whom I beat and then Superbon and Singmanee against whom I lost, it is Singmanee who gained the tournament, he is very strong!



You have already fought abroad?
Yes in England, in China, in Indonesia, in Belarus and in France in Paris...
You know French boxers?
I know just man Fabio Pinca who is very strong...
For you who is the best nakmuay foreigner?
I do not know too much the foreign fighters, I cannot say to you...
And the best Thai boxer at present it is who for you?
Seanchai Sor Kingstar!
Who is your promoter?
In Thailand it is Jartui (Seangmorakot Gym), in France today it is Stong Skarbowsky
What technique you love most in fight?
I like very much midlles and also High Kick...

After the boxing, what you want to make?
I do not know too much still, can be to set up a business in the South to Nakhon Si Tammarat, in my native region or to become a trainer on Bangkok, I do not know still exactly...
What is your purse today?
70 000 bahts
Your next fight it is in Paris in the event Best Of Siam 3, you know your opponent?
No I do not know my opponent but I have already fought in France and I think that it will make a beautiful fight...
Thank you and chookdee for your fight!
Thank you 




Petchatsawin gained his fight at the event Best Of Siam 3 against French Charles François. Petchatsawin win by points in a very intense confrontation in front of French champion. Petchatsawin had already made a big fight during the event Best Of Siam 2 against the French champion Bobo Sacko that he had beaten by abandonment in 5th rounds. In 2011, in France, the Thai had also beaten in points the French champion Sofiane Derdega. 






Petchatsawin also fought against great champions foreign as English Liam Harrison (World champion WMC, WPMF, WAKO) whom he beat in points but he lost by KO in front of multiple world champions, the Byelorussian André Kulebin.
Petchatsawin is a technical boxer who possesses an explosive back middle leg. In Thailand he faced the best of his category and beat some great champions such as Jaroenchai Kezagym (KO), Nong Bee Kiatyongyut, Seanchainoi Punpanmuang, Saksurin Kiatyongyut and Chok Eminentair!



Real name: Watcharin Auungsuthi
Weight: 67 kg
Height: 1m70
Number of fight: 87. 61 Wins. 24 losses. 2 Draws
Title: Thailand Champion in 147 lbs (2011), Thailand Champion in 135 lbs (2008)





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