|Heavyweight (Per 1/20)|
|6.||Mirko Cro Cop
|Light HW (per 1/20)|
|Middleweight (per 1/20)|
|Welterweight (per 1/20)|
|4.||Marc de Bonte|
|70kg (Per 1/20)|
|2.||Robin van Roosmalen|
|65kg (per 1/20)|
This is a not an official P4P list from any stadiums, or groups in Thailand. Just my personal opinion on who are the 10 best Muay Thai fighters in Thailand.
1. Saenchai SinbiMuayThai: Saenchai has been the P4P king of Muay Thai for years. Every now and then he'll be defeated, and at an age where most Thai's are washed up you have to think his time is coming to an end. However, time after time he bounces back with a classic performance. He showed that in his most recent fight where he beat Kongsak Sitboonme. He'll look to keep the train rolling when he once again fights Petchboonchu FA Group on August 2nd.
2. Kongsak Sitboonme: Prior to the loss against Saenchai, Kongsak was on an insane winning streak. In just over a year he piled up a 10-0-1 record against some of the best fighters in Thailand. The lone draw he got on the winning streak was a highly controversial one to Sam-A Kaiyanghadaogym. He will also be featured on the same August 2nd card against another hot fighter, F16 Rajonont.
3. Sam-A Kaiyanghadaogym: The model of consistency. Sam-A has been a top Nak Muay for many years. He's fought every named fighter that is relatively close to him in weight. He too is on the big August 2nd card against the much bigger Lekklar Thanasukarn who is coming off a knockout win over legend Wuttidet Lukprabart.
4. Pakon Sakyothin: Earlier this year he lost to Kongsak in a big fight that was to determine the fighter of the year. Pakon has been a multiple weight champion, and is one of the most talented fighters, and a bit of a throw back to the early 90's. Here is his unforgettable classic with Ponsaneh Sitmonchai.
5. Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym: Despite losing 6 fights in a row its tough to not put Nong-O on this list. Among those losses were a bogus decision to Saenchai, two very close fights with Jomthong Chuwattana, a close fight with Kongsak, and a pair of losses to larger fighters in F16 Rajonont, and Sagetdao Petpaiyathai. Prior to the losing streak he was on a very impressive run, and has been the 2nd most consistent fighter in the last 6 or 7 years, only behind Saenchai.
6. Singdam Kiatmuu9: Singdam is also a very consistent fighter. Known for his powerful right leg, and a solid clinch game he's been a prominent fighter for over a decade. In 2002 he won the fighter of the year award, and in 2004 he was one win away from winning it again, but was knocked out by Anuwat Kaewsamrit. He's coming off a loss to Petchboonchu FA Group, but will have a fight on the August 2nd card against Sagetdao Petpaiyathai, a fighter he's already beaten this year.
7. Chokpreecha Kor. Sakooncher: Some aren't as high on this 115 killer as I am. He gets knocked for not having a large skill set, but I think his talents are more prevalent than people think. He does fall behind in fights and relies on his 1 punch KO to comeback. However he does have some points victories over top fighters at his weight. But it is his KO power that gets him most of his victories. Something like 7 of his last 10 wins have been by knockout.
8. Jomthong Chuwattana: Jomthong was a bit of a phenom. In 2006, at just 16 years old he won fighter of the year. Since then he's been on a bit of a roller coaster, with some ups and downs. Most recently though, he's been fighting very well. His next fight will be this Thursday at Rajadamnern against Phetaik Aizbangzai.
9. Nuangthep Eminentair: Nuangthep is a bit of a bully at 115 pounds, but he's a winner. He also has a big win over a Ponsawan Lukprabart, and a few other elite fighters at 118 pounds.
10. Penaik Sitnumnoi: Penaik is a very strong clinch fighter, with a good supporting cast of weapons. He's come close to fighter of the year on several occasions in the past, but just couldn't get the big win when he needed it.