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Interview of SAKEDDAO PHETPHAYATHAI (Current Lumpinee Champion) by Serge TREFEU (2009)

Serge TREFEU: Hello, how are you well?

SAKETDAO PHETPAYATHAI: Yes well, a little tired because I have to lose weight for my fight of tomorrow…

How old are you?

I have 22 years old

You come of what region of the Thailand?

I come from Isaan (Northeast of the country)

You have brothers and sisters?

We are three children in the family

You have brothers who also boxing?

Not I am the only one to make of the Muay Thai

You began the boxing at which age?

At about 10 years

Your first fight you made him for which age?

In 10 years…

How did you discover the boxing?

There was a camp not far from to me. I often went to see the trainings when I was children…

It is in this camp that you began Muay Thai?

Yes he was called Nalakap Gym

You have made a lot of fight for this camp?

about 100 fights. I stayed 7 years in this camp…

Towards what age you came to Bangkok?

In 17 years I came to Bangkok

You came directly to the camp Kiatphet of Mr Chun?

Yes I am in Kiatphet for 5 years now

You live in the camp?

Yes I have my room in the camp

In what category you fight?

– 57 Kg

What are the titles which you gained?

I took two belts. In 2007 I won the belt of Lumpinee and then the belt of Radja which I always have…

How much have you make of fights, how much have you of victory and defeat?

I have 200 fights. 140 wins. 59 Losses and 1 Draw

You gained many fights by KO?

Not little…

You have which style of boxing?

I am fiimeu, more muay khao (technician with knees)

What was so far your hardest fight?

Against Nongbee Kiatyongyuth in Lumpinee Stadium

Your best memory of boxing until today?

When I gained my belt of Lumpinee then my belt of Radja, they are two good memories!

You have already fought abroad?

Not never

Would you like to go to fight abroad for example in France?

Yes I would like very much

You know French boxers?

Not I don’t know too much the foreign fighters…

The best Thai boxer at present it is who for you?

It is Seanchai Sor Kingstar!

What are the fighters whom you beat these last years?

Puja Sor Suwanee, Sit Niwath Phetsanguan, Nong Bee Kiatyongyut (by KO), Anuwat Keawsamrit, Jomtong Chuwattana

Who is your promoter?

Mister Peerapong (Promoter TV7 and owner of the Kiatphet gym)

What technique do you like most?

My speciality they are the knocks of knees…

You win of good purse at present?

Yes, I still have no car but I have my motorcycle already…

Your next fight it is for when?

Tomorrow in the stadium TV7 against Chock Eminentair. Then on April 30th I put back my belt of Radja in front of Anuwat!

What would you like to make after the boxing?

I would like to go up a small supermarket in my home in Isaan, to trade…

Thank you and chookdee for your fight tomorrow!

Thank you very much

Sakeddao is really the great champion of moment, it is him who gathered in the most beautiful victories lately.

He won are fight against Chok Eminentair in the stadium TV7.

Then he kept his belt of Radja in front of terrible to puncheur Anuwat.

In a special meeting in Lumpinee he lose to points against Seanchai (Senchai met Sakeddao in 2 round and Petchbonchoo in 3 rounds). 

Then in Radja he wins at points against Daoprakai Sor Sommai.

In November 2009 for the first time Sakeddao is going to fight abroad, in England he meet the redoubtable English champion Liam Harrison (World Champion WMC) whom he beats in points. 

Finally at the end of the year on 2009 he meet again the star Seanchai in the stadium of Lumpinee and he takes his belt, he becomes the new champion of the Lumpinee in 135 lbs (-60 kg)!


Weight: 57 Kg

Height: 1m71

Number of fight: 200. 140 wins. 59 Losses. 1 Draw

Title : Twice Lumpinee Champion. Radja Champion