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Singdam Yokkao Saenchaigym: Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!

Singdam Yokkao Saenchaigym: Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!


Who Is Singdam Yokkao Saenchaigym?

Singdam Saenchaigym is a professional Muay Thai kickboxer from Thailand. He was formerly the champion of Thailand’s famous Lumpinee Stadium. Saenchaigym has been praised in both Asian and Western Media for his amazing ability to download other fighters’ gameplans and pick them apart during matches. 

What this article covers:

Singdam is from the northeastern region of Thailand, specifically Buriram. His journey in the world of combat sports commenced at a tender age. At the mere age of nine, he embarked on his fighting career, laying the foundation for what would become an illustrious path. Within a year of his debut, Singdam found himself in the esteemed training grounds of Kiatmuu9 gym, a place that has remained his home ever since, nurturing his skills and shaping him into the remarkable fighter he is today.

Muay Thai Counters by Singdam Yokkao Saenchaigym

Saenchaigym is not his birth name. Thai fighters often take on Western stage names to help them market themselves worldwide. The names are typically composed of two elements: a transliteration of the athletes’ first name and the stadium, or Thai boxing association with which they associate. Before he was Singdam Yokkao Saenchaigym, he was known simply as Singdam Kiatmuukao.

Singdam currently trains out of Saenchaigym gym, like his name suggests. The gym is located in Thailand. Although he initially retired as a very decorated Thai champion around 2014, Singdam returned in 2019 when given the chance to compete on the internationally known promotion, WBC Muay Thai, winning the Diamond World super-lightweight championship that year to cement his legacy.. Even after his first retirement, Singdam remains ranked in the top ten lightweights in the world while training consistently.

In the year 2002, Singdam achieved a remarkable victory against Orono Wor Petchpun in a match held at Lumpinee Boxing Stadium. This triumph earned him the distinguished title of Featherweight Champion of Thailand, marking a significant milestone in his career. Furthermore, Singdam's exceptional skills and achievements were recognized and honored by the sports writers of Thailand, who bestowed upon him the esteemed Fighters of the Year award.

Continuing his ascent in the world of Muay Thai, Singdam's journey led him to a highly anticipated clash with another BJJ Fanatic’s creator Yodsanklai Fairtex in 2004. However, fate took an unexpected turn when he faced off against Anuwat Kaewsamrit in a fight that would determine the recipient of the same title. Unfortunately, Singdam fell to a devastating knockout punch, causing him to miss out on the honor. Despite this setback, his remarkable performances throughout the year earned him the distinguished title of Lumpinee Fighter of the Year, a testament to his resilience and unwavering spirit.

In 2005, Singdam crossed paths with the renowned Saenchai of Saenchaimuaythaigym, engaging in a tough match that culminated in a decision victory in Singdam's favor. Their paths would intertwine three more times, with Singdam facing defeat in each of these rematches.

All told, Singdam is a four time Lumpinee Stadium Champion at three different weights. He first claimed the title at 130 pounds very early on in his career. Later, he went on a three year run from 2012 to 2014 where he was the reigning champion of the Stadium at both 135 and 140 pounds. He was the 2002 Sports Writers Assocaitation of Thailand Fighter of the Year and the 2019 WBC Muay Thai Diamond World Super-Lightweight Champion. That’s an impressive run at the top in a brutal sport like Thai boxing.

In addition to his Lumpinee Stadium championships and awards, he was also the Professional Boxing Association of Thailand (PAT) Champion in 2002, 2005, and 2013. These tournament wins, in addition to Saenchaichym’s performances at both the Toyota Marathon in both 2001 and 2014, helped to secure his place among the top muay thai fighters of the modern era.

In addition to a lifetime spent as a championship level thai kickboxer, Singdam is also a prolific coach and content creator. He’s released “Muay Thai Counters” in order to help you escalate your skills to the next level. In it, you’ll learn to master the skills that have carried fightes like Singdam to many titles in the sport of Muay Thai.

If you’re looking to enhance your skills as a fighter and to round out your mixed martial arts toolkit, take a look at this offering from one of the most dominant strikers on the professional Thai circuit. You’ll add new sweeps, clinches, and strikes into your existing framework, no matter how developed your striking game is.

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How Old Is Singdam Yokkao Saenchaigym?

Singdam Saenchaigym was born on Jan 1st in 1984. He is roughly 39 years old at the time of writing in 2023.

Singdam Yokkao Saenchaigym Family

Not much has been published about Singdam Saenchaigym’s family. He maintains a private life, and hasn’t done many Western interviews. What we do know is that his nephew is also a noted Thai boxer named Superlek Kiatmuukao, who competes out of the Yokkao Kiatmuu9 gym in Thailand. Like his uncle Singdam, Superlek is a Lumpinee Stadium Champion proving that championships run in families.

How Much is Singdam Yokkao Saenchaigym Worth?

Singdam Saenchaigym’s net worth is not public information. He was one of the most dominant Muay Thai champions to ever step foot in a ring.

How Tall Is Singdam Yokkao Saenchaigym?

Singdam Saenchaigym is only 5’9” tall, and is fairly compact, even for a lightweight fighter.

How Much Does Singdam Yokkao Saenchaigym Weigh? 

Singdam Saenchaigym competed most frequently between 130 and 140 pounds, which is roughly 59-63 kg. He won the Lumpinee Stadium Championship at 130 lbs, 135 lbs, and 140 pounds over the span of 15 years.

Singdam Yokkao Saenchaigym Fight List

Thai Fighters compete at an insane pace; perhaps the most frequently of all combat athletes. They rival wrestlers in the number of matches they’ve seen, and often surpass them by many many matches. We can’t list these all here, but we can take a look at Singdam’s proudest accomplishments in the sport of Muay Thai by league:


  • 2002 Sports Writers Association of Thailand Fighter of the Year
  • 2003 Sports Authority of Thailand Fighter of the Year
  • 2004 Sports Writers Association of Thailand Fight of the Year (vs. Anuwat Kaewsamrit)

Toyota Marathon:

  • 2001 Toyota Marathon Tournament 115 lbs Champion
  • 2014 Toyota Marathon Tournament 140 lbs Champion

Professional Boxing Association of Thailand (PAT):

  • 2002 Thailand 126 lbs Champion
  • 2005 Thailand 130 lbs Champion
  • 2013 Thailand 135 lbs Champion

Lumpinee Stadium:

  • 2003 Lumpinee Stadium Fighter of the Year
  • 2005 Lumpinee Stadium 130 lbs Champion
  • 2012 Lumpinee Stadium 135 lbs Champion (2 defenses)
  • 2013 Lumpinee Stadium 135 lbs Champion
  • 2014 Lumpinee Stadium 140 lbs Champion

World Boxing Council Muaythai:

  • 2019 WBC Muay Thai Diamond World Super-Lightweight Champion

Singdam Yokkao Saenchaigym's Best Fight of All Time

For a fighter like Singdam Saenchaigym, it’s hard to pin down one amazing moment in a career full of highlights. One of his greatest was probably his 2019 comeback. After several years of professional inactivity, Singdam showed up at the WBC Muay Thai Diamond Worlds and became the third Thai fighter to achieve the Super-Lightweight championship after Buakaw and Saenchai. 

Who Did Singdam Yokkao Saenchaigym Lose To?

Singdam has faced Saenchai four times, and only one once. This feels appropriate, since Singdam bears Saenchai’s name and not the other way around. Still, these losses must have fueled Singdam Yokkao’s fire to compete at the highest levels as he went on to win several Stadium Championships and notable tournament victories in the years that followed.

Singdam Yokkao Saenchaigym Record

Singdam Saenchaigym has an overall professional muay thai record of 276 wins, 67 losses, and only 2 draws (276-67-2). This is an outstanding 75% win rate over the course of a nearly twenty year striking at the highest levels of the Thai circuit.

Singdam Yokkao Saenchaigym Injuries

Muay Thai fighters are some of the most competitive and dedicated on the planet. They fight more than almost any other kind of combat sports athlete. Saenchaigym didn’t come out and say it publicly, but his stint of time off in the mid 2010’s was possibly related to injury. He came back in 2019 to become the super-lightweight champion at the WBC Muay Thai Diamond Worlds.

Is Singdam Yokkao Saenchaigym Retired?

Singdam Saenchaigym is now retired from professional Muay Thai competition after a long career in the spotlight. After claiming several Thai and international kickboxing titles, he now spends his time coaching, training, and recording content for others to learn.

Singdam has worked hard to hone his craft not only as a competitor, but as a creator of instructional videos. He’s coordinated with BJJ Fanatics to film some unique content, like “Muay Thai Counters”.  This video focuses, appropriately, on teaching you effective counters in Muay Thai and provides you with insights and techniques to defend against your opponents' attacks more effectively. Whether you're a beginner looking to improve your defensive skills or an experienced fighter seeking advanced strategies, this instructional video is suitable for practitioners of all levels.

You'll learn the intricacies of timing, positioning, and precision as Singdam breaks down each counter technique step-by-step. From evasive footwork and slick head movement to devastating strikes and devastating sweeps, you'll gain the tools needed to counter your opponent's attacks with speed and accuracy. Enhance your Muay Thai skills and expand your arsenal with "Muay Thai Counters'' by Singdam Yokkao Saenchaigym. 

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