Head trainer: Chinnarach Chor Wattarin (Chin)
Born in 1975 in the southern province of Nakon Si Thamarat, Chinnarach Started fighting at the tender young age of 9. At age 12 he became champion of Southern Thailand. Showing great potential Chin moved to Bangkok to train and fight for the famed Chor Watcharin Kiet Pet Muay Thaï Camp. With great determination Chin honed his skills further and captured the Junior Bangkok Championship at only 13. From then on he appeared regularly on the ultra tough Bangkok fight scene. It was here that Chin built his stardom being victorious on the world’s toughest fighting circuit.
Chinnarach has fought in over 250 professional bouts winning 185 fights. He enjoyed incredible popularity as a superstar winning many title bouts against all challengers. A veteran and champion of both Lumpini and Rajadamnern Stadiums, many of Chin’s fights were broadcast nationwide on Channel 7 Thai TV. He’s also fought in Austraila and Malaysia, sharing Muay Thai with the world.
After his great achievements, Chin retired from fighting and moved to Koh Phangan with his wife Ploy. It is here that Chin works hard to pass on his knowledge and skills to those who seek them.
- Champion, Southern Province, 1987
- Junior champion, Bangkok, 1988
- Champion featherweight, Lumpini Satdium 1999,2000,2001
- Champion featherweight, Rajadamnern, 1999, 2000, 2001
- Champion of the world, Muay Thaï featherweight, 2000, 2001
- 250 fights, 185 wins
Manat hails from Khon Kaen, in Northeastern Thailand. Now 39 years old, he fought from the age of 11 to 21. Fighting mostly at Ratchadamneon Stadium in Bangkok, he finished his professional career with 50 wins, 15 losses and 2 draws. He has been working as a trainer for the last two years.