120-30-5 (32 KO)
Sitthichai Killer Kid Sitsongpeenong
Current Rank
Lightweight Champion
Height
174 CM / 5'8"
Nationality
Thailand Thailand
Weightclass
Lightweight
Weight
69 KG / 152 LBS
Social Media
Nickname
Killer Kid
Age
26

Lutador Estatísticas

Glory Record 9-1-0 (2 KO) Wins-Losses-Draws (KOs)
Tempo médio de luta 11:55 Fight Duration
Proporção knockdown 2:0 Knockdowns Landed : Knockdowns Absorbed
SLpM 10.44 Strikes Landed per Minute
SApM 7.92 Strikes Absorbed per Minute
Diferencial de golpeio 2.52 Difference between SLpM and SApM
Precisão de golpeio 43.31% Proportion of Strikes Landed

Lutador Meios de comunicação

Lutador Registro

Resultado Oponente Evento Método Olhar
Ganhar Tyjani Beztati Glory 53: Lille
Main Card
May 12 2018
Decision - Unanimous
Ganhar Christian Baya Glory 50: Chicago
Superfight Series
Feb 16 2018
Decision - Unanimous
Ganhar Dylan Salvador Glory 39: Brussels
Superfight Series
Mar 25 2017
TKO
02:58 of Round 4
Ganhar Marat Grigorian Glory 36: Collision
Superfight Series
Dec 10 2016
Decision - Split Icon fighter video play
Ganhar Robin Van Roosmalen Glory 31: Amsterdam
Main Card
Jun 25 2016
Decision - Split Icon fighter video play
Ganhar Davit Kiria Glory 28: Paris
Main Card
Mar 12 2016
Decision - Unanimous
Ganhar Marat Grigorian Glory 28: Paris
Main Card
Mar 12 2016
Decision - Unanimous
Perda Robin Van Roosmalen Glory 25: Milan
Main Card
Nov 06 2015
Decision - Unanimous Icon fighter video play
Ganhar Davit Kiria Glory 22: Lille
Main Card
Jun 05 2015
KO
02:09 of Round 2
Icon fighter video play
Ganhar Josh Jauncey Glory 22: Lille
Main Card
Jun 05 2015
Decision - Unanimous Icon fighter video play

Lutador Biografía

Twitter Sitthichai Killer Kid Sitsongpeenong

Sitthichai
Sitsongpeenong
9-1-0 (2 KO) Thailand

Reigning GLORY Lightweight Champion (4 Defenses)

GLORY 39 KO of the Night

GLORY 39 Fighter of the Night

GLORY CONTENDER LIGHTWEIGHT TOURNAMENT CHAMPION 2015

LUMPINEE STADIUM WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPION

THAILAND (PAT) WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPION

KULUN FIGHT 4-MAN TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

The son of a poor family from Buriram in Thailand's northeastern Isaan region, Sittichai is a poster child for the Muay Thai dream: sacrificing a high school education in pursuit of fighting, he now earns thousands of dollars per fight and can send money home to support his family.

His parents, who worked as laborers and small-scale farmers when Sittichai was growing up, bought a new rice plow and pickup truck with their son's fight money during his early years in Bangkok. Now following Sittichai's success abroad, they've invested in land near their home and are almost finished constructing a new house.

A champion of Thailand's iconic Lumpini Stadium (basically the premier league in Thailand), Sittichai dropped out of high school after ninth grade to focus on fighting. Leaving school was a lucrative decision - he’s one of Thailand's top-grossing fighters. He was headhunted by Bangkok gym Sitsongpeenong in 2009 at age 17. By 2010 he was fighting abroad and starting to earn real money.

Fighting internationally became a better financial opportunity for him than in Thailand, and his gym began coaching him on how to fight specifically for an international audience.

“People come for entertainment, to see people get knocked out. If you want to be popular overseas, that's what you have to do. We told him, 'You have to finish them. No mercy. If you don't kill them, they'll kill you,” the Sitsongpeenong owner Tim Dharmavija (Australian) told Vice magazine’s Fightland blog in 2015.

Tim sees Sittichai as an unexpected contender, finding great success as a fighter even without the mental inclination. "He's naturally a very placid person. I don't believe it was in his true nature to be a fighter. But he took this path through necessity more than anything else. If he hadn't grown up poor, he never would have come to fighting on his own accord."

In Thailand, fighters are given a ringname which they will fight under. These names are conferred during a Buddhist ceremony and are loaded with meaning. Sittichai was born as Anulak Jansuk on September 23, 1991. He had his first fight at the age of 11.

Sittichai's GLORY career started with a bang: he stopped former champion Davit Kiria at GLORY 22, the only fighter to ever stop Kiria under kickboxing rules. He went on to win the lightweight title at GLORY 31 AMSTERDAM to become GLORY's first ever Thai champion.