Nuengpitchit Sityotong

WMC Champion

Instructor Profile

Nuengpitchit Sityotong is a former Lumpinee, Muay Thai World and WMC Champion with almost 300 professional fights over 22 years under his experienced belt. He is a senior member of the revered Sityodtong Gym in Thailand where he began his professional fight career at the age of 11 and has successfully fought globally. Nueng is widely viewed as a master technician and is well known for using the most difficult Muay Thai technique in the ring. Nuengpichit is a certified Muay Thai instructor under the legendary Kru Yodtong of Sityodtong Gym in Thailand. He is also a certified Muay Thai Instructor by the World Muay Thai Council (WMC).He has successfully trained many ENRG Fitness Muay Thai students over the past 2 years which has seen some of them globally fight under TEAM ENRG winning Gold and Silver medals for Australian Muay Thai.

Fighter Profile:

Height/Weight 166 cm / 112 lbs to 118 lbs

Muay Thai Fight Record: 216 - 51 – 4

Home Town: Samutsakhon, Thai Land

  • On October 13th 1995 Won Lumpinee Championship Belt From Nuengsiam Fairtex At 112
  • Won World Muay Thai Council Belt On December 17th 1996 From Sittichai Petchbanden at 112 lbs
  • Known To Have One Of The Best Push Kicks In Muay Thai, His Nick Name Is Tornado Push Kick
  • Started Fighting At 11 Years Old
  • Amateur Boxing Fight Record - 34 Fights: 26 Wins, 8 losses
  • Professional Boxing Fight Record – 5 Fights: 5 Wins, 3 by KO
  • Has Taught Fighters Around The World From France, Italy, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore And Now Australia.