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Samart Payakaroon boxer

Samart Payakaroon image
Status inactive
Division super bantamweight
Debut 1982-08-24
Born 1962-12-05
Nationality Thailand
Residence Pattaya, Thailand
bouts
23
won
21
lost
2
draw
0
bouts
23
won
21
lost
2
draw
0
Status inactive
Division super bantamweight
Debut 1982-08-24
Born 1962-12-05
Nationality Thailand
Residence Pattaya, Thailand

Samart has an older brother, Kongtoranee Payakaroon, who induced Samart to start training in Muay Thai. Samart started training Muay Thai when he was 7 years old. The First Muay Thai teacher of Samart was Yodthong Senanan (Kru Tui) who taught both Samart and Kongtoranee. His first fight name was Samart Lookklongket. After he fought about a dozen fights, he came to Bangkok to fight at Lumpinee Stadium in 1978.Samart was noted as being "not athletically gifted" as other Muay Thai fighters. He also had less stellar cardio due to his relative lung size. However, he possessed an extremely high fight IQ, lightning quick reflexes, and excellent ring vision. Samart also fought using creative techniques that were effective and unpredictable, even against elite competition in the 70s and 80s (dubbed the Golden Age of Muay Thai). There were contests where Samart was pushed past the brink of exhaustion, and still gave his opponents the fight of their lives. Even in the period where Samart was more concerned about his music and acting career, he defeated some of the greatest fighters of his generation.

Samart has an older brother, Kongtoranee Payakaroon, who induced Samart to start training in Muay Thai. Samart started training Muay Thai when he was 7 years old. The First Muay Thai teacher of Samart was Yodthong Senanan (Kru Tui) who taught both Samart and Kongtoranee. His first fight name was Samart Lookklongket. After he fought about a dozen fights, he came to Bangkok to fight at Lumpinee Stadium in 1978.Samart was noted as being "not athletically gifted" as other Muay Thai fighters. He also had less stellar cardio due to his relative lung size. However, he possessed an extremely high fight IQ, lightning quick reflexes, and excellent ring vision. Samart also fought using creative techniques that were effective and unpredictable, even against elite competition in the 70s and 80s (dubbed the Golden Age of Muay Thai). There were contests where Samart was pushed past the brink of exhaustion, and still gave his opponents the fight of their lives. Even in the period where Samart was more concerned about his music and acting career, he defeated some of the greatest fighters of his generation.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Sept. 11, 1994 Eloy Rojas WDWWWW Clarion MP Resort, Trang World Boxing Association World Featherweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
April 10, 1994 Jerry Villacorta LLLWWW Anusom Stadium, Samut Prakan World Boxing Association World Featherweight

WIN
KO
Feb. 13, 1994 Boyet Andales LWWWLW Provincial Gymnasium, Chachoengsao World Boxing Association World Featherweight

WIN
Points
Jan. 23, 1994 Tiger Ari WWWWWL Provincial Stadium, Surat Thani World Boxing Association World Featherweight

WIN
Points
Nov. 14, 1993 Ignacio Jacome LWLLWL Bangkok World Boxing Association World Featherweight

WIN
KO
Aug. 8, 1993 Rudy Cabiles WLWWLD Bangkok World Boxing Association World Featherweight

WIN
Points
Feb. 27, 1988 Hector Cortez DLDLLL Omnoi World Boxing Association World Featherweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 8, 1987 Hogan Noguchi WWLWWW Chachoengsao World Boxing Association World Featherweight

WIN
Technical knockout
May 8, 1987 Jeff Fenech WWWWWW Entertainment Centre, Sydney World Boxing Council World Super Bantamweight

LOSS
KO
Dec. 10, 1986 Juan Meza WWWWWL Hua Mark Indoor Stadium, Bangkok WIN
Technical knockout
June 20, 1986 Rafael Gandarilla LWWLLL Paris WIN
Points
Jan. 18, 1986 Lupe Pintor WLWDWL Hua Mark Indoor Stadium, Bangkok World Boxing Council World Super Bantamweight

WIN
KO
Nov. 17, 1985 Byung-Soo Park WLWWWD Bangkok World Boxing Council World Super Bantamweight

WIN
KO
Oct. 13, 1985 Thongberm Lukmatulee WWLWWD Bangkok World Boxing Council World Super Bantamweight

WIN
KO
Sept. 15, 1985 Chor Haphalang WWWWWL Bangkok World Boxing Council World Super Bantamweight

WIN
KO
June 22, 1985 Jaime Enriquez LLWWWW National Stadium Gymnasium, Bangkok World Boxing Council World Super Bantamweight

WIN
Points
April 29, 1985 Young Ho Lee LL Bangkok World Boxing Council World Super Bantamweight

WIN
Points
Jan. 6, 1985 Ekalak Singnakornlueng WWLLWL Bangkok World Boxing Council World Super Bantamweight

WIN
Points
Nov. 9, 1984 Farid Gallouze WLLWWW Bangkok World Boxing Council World Super Bantamweight

WIN
Technical knockout
July 31, 1984 Neptali Alamag WDWLWW Bangkok World Boxing Council World Super Bantamweight

WIN
Technical knockout
June 12, 1984 Saipa Monod LWLLW Bangkok World Boxing Council World Super Bantamweight

WIN
KO
April 24, 1984 Juanito Favila LWWWWL Bangkok World Boxing Council World Super Bantamweight

WIN
Points
Aug. 24, 1982 Netrnoi Sor Vorasingh WWWLWL Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, Bangkok World Boxing Council World Super Bantamweight

WIN
Points