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Train with a Legend – 40 Years Experience
Internationally recognized as one of the world’s top Muay Thai talents, Khunpon first began honing his skills as the eight-year-old prodigy son of a family whose heritage lay deeply intertwined with that of Muay Thai. Winning his first fight at age nine by way of knockout in the third round, his development as a fighter continued at the gym where it began.
Muay Thai/Thai Kickboxing
Jo Nattawut a.k.a. Smokin’Jo started Muay Thai training at 10 years old, in his hometown in northern Thailand. At the age of 15, he moved to Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand, and trained for an additional 3 years. Afterward, he moved to Bangkok and began fighting in Lumpinee Stadium, which later led to him fighting all around the world. After 5 years of traveling for his fighting career, he landed in Ko Samui, Thailand, where he began teaching.
2015 Lion fight World Champion 2011 Southern Thailand Champion 2010 W.P.M.F World Champion 2009 W.P.M.F World Champion 2003 East Coast Thailand Champion
Thai Kickboxing/Kids Classes
James Smith began his Martial Arts training in 2008. Starting in the traditional Korean martial arts of Tae Kwon Do and Hapkido. Along his journey to earn his 2nd-degree black belt in TKD, James began teaching. Eventually, he became the head instructor on the floor and fully realized his passion for cultivating martial artists. It was when James attended Bangkok Boxing Fight Night that James realized that while he loved practicing and teaching TKD, Muay Thai was the martial art for him. He is now an up and coming fighter with the dream of going pro.
Professional Mix Martial Arts fighter with a record of 6w 3L.
2015 NFC Flyweight Champion
2012 IBJJF Pan Ams 3st Place Brown belt
2010 IBJJF Pan Ams 1st Place Purple belt
2007 IBJJF Atlanta OPen 1rd Place Brown belt
2007 IBJJF Atlanta Open 3rd Place Purple belt
Arnaldo Carreno is originally from Cuba, where he started boxing at age 10. Twelve years of competition saw him amass a total of 138 bouts, 115 of which were victories that propelled him to claim and maintain championship status on the island for many years. He was an important contributor to the preparation of Jorge Gutierrez, resulting in Gutierrez’s dominant championship run at the 2000 Sydney Olympic games. He has participated in various scientific conferences based on research done to improve boxing development. Arnaldo has brought his expertise to Bangkok Boxing in an effort to develop the next generation of great boxers.
Marshal Berger has trained under Bangkok Boxing Head Coach Khunpon Dechkampu for 15 years. In the course of those years he has fought and trained with some of the best in the world. He credits his discipline and confidence to the years spent studying Muay Thai under Kru Khunpon. Marshal deeply respects the cultural roots of Muay Thai and believes he has inherited a great legacy, one that he wishes to pass on to the next generation of Nak Muay (Thai boxers). “Teaching Muay Thai is one of the most satisfying experiences of my life. I love, not only teaching the art itself, but also using it as a way to help people discover themselves.”
Maximiliano Albrieux discovers his love for Martial arts at age of 12 when he was introduced to Kyokushin Karate under Shihan 6 Dan Jose Luis Suarez in his native Uruguay. After Training and competing for 7 years, he decided it was time to move on and that’s when he found in Korean Sipalki a new home for the next 4 year. In 2010, already in State, He discovers his passion for Martial arts again when he found Head Coach Khunpon Dechkampu and Bangkok Boxing Fitness. Training in Muay Thai not only has given him his love for the sport back, Buta new one in the form of teaching, position that he has now been enjoying for the last 3 year.