Yodsanklai Fairtex

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Name: Yodthana “Eak” Phoetirat
Camp: Fairtex (Bangplee)
Date of Birth: 01 July 1985
Place of Birth: Korat, North East Thailand
Weight: 71 kilos/ 157 lbs. Record:158-63-4 (57 KOs)

Yosanklai Fairtex

Contender Asia pictures by Lawrence Ripsher

Achievements

  • 2008 WMC World Champion
  • 2008 WMC Contender Asia Champion
  • 2008 KO World Series Auckland Middleweight champion
  • 2005 WBC Muay Thai World champion at 154 lb
  • 2005 Champion of Lumpinee Stadium at 147 lb
  • 2003 Champion of Toyota D4D Marathon at 126 lb
  • Lumpinee champion at 112 lb

Yodsanklai in Action

Many thanks to mck2h for the HL clip.

This page is obviously going to be growing and evolving… if you feel that I’ve missed anything feel free to add them into the comments. I will then add them into the page. Sort of a fighters wiki page.

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Date Outcome Details Fight Footage Location Notes
September 17, 2008 Win KO (Body) Madsua Singapore Return of the Contenders
June 20, 2008 Win TKO Malaipet Team Diamond Jamaica Night of Champions
May 31, 2008 Win KO 2nd Round Artem Levin Sweden K-1 Scandanavia
April 12th, 2008 Win Decision (5 rounds) John Wayne Parr Singapore Contender Asia Finals
March 2nd, 2008 Loss Dec Andy Souwer Netherlands Slamm 3
Feb. 9th, 2008 Win 1st round KO Dimitry Simoukov New Zealand KO World Series
Feb. 9th, 2008 Win 2nd round TKO Shanon Foreman New Zealand KO World Series
November 9, 2007 Win TKO (3R) Farid Villaume France France vs. Thailand
October 19th, 2007 Win KO (2nd R) Sean Wright Singpore The Contender Asia
October 10th, 2007 Win KO (2nd R) Naruepol Fairtex Singpore The Contender Asia
October 3rd, 2007 Win Dec (5R) Bruce Macfie Singpore The Contender Asia
May 30th, 2007 Win TKO (2R) Sebastien Favre Pattaya Fairtex Thepprasit Stadium
April 20th, 2007 Dec Draw (5R) Farid Villaume Paris France vs. Thailand
January 11th, 2007 KO (3R) Rafik Bakkouri Pattaya Thailand Fairtex Thepprasit Stadium