SAWSING SOR SOPIT (Career 2010-2020)
THE PRINCESS OF THE RINGS “THE EMERALD TIGRESS” SAWSING SOR SOPIT
Sawsing Sor Sopit is a lovely and terrible fighter, 24 years old, she has 54 fights for 44 victories to her name and five world belts to her name.
She won her first world champion’s belt in 2010, the WMC belt in 115 lbs.
In 2012, in Japan, the Thai won the WPMF world champion’s belt in 126 lbs by knocking out the Japanese Azuma, the same year, she also won the S1 belt in 126 lbs. On January 28, 2017, in Hua Hin, Sawsing defeated Canadian Candice Mitchell and won the WMC belt in 130 lbs.
On April 11, 2019, in Khon Kaen province, Sawsing defeated Italy’s Santos for the WMO World Belt in 130 lbs.
On February 23, 2020, the princess of the rings hung a sixth belt at her waist, the belt of the Muay Thai Super Champ tournament in 126 lbs that she won by beating, in the semi-final the Argentinian Malena Garcia and in the final the formidable Ukrainian Ruslana Vyniavska.
Sawsing is also very strong in Boxing, she won in amateur Boxing the Bronze medal at National Sports “Tamarind Wan Games” in 2010.
Formed at the Sor Sopit camp in Singburi, Sawsing also trained in a small camp near Chiangmai in the north, the Baan Nak Muay Gym.
Sawsing is married to fighter Yodsaenchai Sor Sopit who is 27 and comes from the Singburi region. Yodsaenchai won the Thailand championship belt in 122 lbs. The two champions had a little boy together, a future boxer for sure!
BY SERGE TREFEU