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Sinbi Taewoong

Updated: 2008-11-05
Sinbi Taewoong


Country Thailand Age 37
Club Height 175 cm / 5.7"
Style Muay Thai Weight 70 kg / 154 lbs
Website http://sinbi-taewoong.com/ Categories MAX


Results Total Win KOs Loss Draw
K1 Fights 0 0 0 0 0
Other Fights 239 223 77 16 0
Statistics 239 93% 32% 7% 0


Sinbi Taewoong previously known as Thopadak Wanchalerm, (born September 24, 1979), is a Muay Thai and K-1 fighter from Thailand. He was KOMA champion in 2005 and a highly ranked fighter at Bangkoks Lumpinee and Rachadamnern stadiums.

Sinbi means "mysterious" in Korean language and Taewoong is the name of the gym in Seoul, Korea whose owner brought him to fight in K-1. Sing is a Thai nickname


Born in the Songkhla Province in southern Thailand, Sing grew up with two brothers. He started training Muay Thai, the national sport of Thailand at the age of 9. His father, a rice grower, trained him and his brothers at home. His mother worked as a fruit tree farmer. Sing had 30 fights in his home province Songkhra in the town of Natawee, his first fight already at the age of 9. At the time Sing weighted 25 kilograms.

At the age of 13 Sing left his home and moved to Bangkok with a friend to live and train in a gym there (Loog-tap-agat gym). At the same time he went to school and finished high school at the age of 19. He went to University afterwards to study Sports Science and graduated at 24. During this time Sing trained at the same gym and fought over 100 fights in Bangkok. Sing fought in the famous and prestigious Lumpinee and Rajadamnern stadiums in Bangkok where only the best fighters compete.

At the age of 25, Sing went to live and work in Korea for 6 months as a Muay Thai trainer and he fought for Taewoong Muay Thai gym in Seoul. The following year Sing moved to beautiful Phuket, Thailand to work at Rawai Muay Thai, the gym of his friend Tuk whom he met in the gym in Bangkok. They went to school together. While training a large number of foreign Muay Thai students and travellers, Sing started learning English in Phuket.

In 2005 Sing went to England for 1 month to fight and to teach Muay Thai in Birmingham at Trojan Gym. In 2006 Sing had a fight in Sydney, Australia as well as fighting in a KOMA event in Korea where he had three fights in one day in Seoul. He had fought the KOMA event previously in 2005 and won the event.

The first time Sing was fighting in a K-1 MAX event was in Busan, Korea in February 2006. His second K-1 fight was in the K-1 KHAN Fighting Network in Seoul, Korea in September 2006 where he won against the Mongolian fighter ByamBa by KO in the 2nd round. He is opening his own Muay Thai Camp Sinbi Muay Thai in Phuket Thailand in march 2007.


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