164-36-3 (27 KO)
 'The Professor' Petch
Huidige ranking
Featherweight Champion
171 CM / 5'7"
Thailand Thailand
64 KG / 141 LBS
Social Media
'The Professor'

Vechters Statistieken

Glory Record 11-1-1 (2 KO) Wins-Losses-Draws (KOs)
Gemiddelde vechttijd 11:50 Fight Duration
Knockdown verhouding 2:0 Knockdowns Landed : Knockdowns Absorbed
SLpM 9.18 Strikes Landed per Minute
SApM 6.38 Strikes Absorbed per Minute
Striking Differential 2.8 Difference between SLpM and SApM
Doeltreffendheid 54.6% Proportion of Strikes Landed

Vechters Media

Vechters Record

Resultaat Tegenstander Evenement Methode Kijk
Gewonnen Serhii Adamchuk Glory 75: Utrecht
Feb 29 2020
Decision - Unanimous
Gelijk Kevin Vannostrand Glory 72: Chicago
Nov 23 2019
Decision - Majority Icon fighter video play
Gewonnen Anvar Boynazarov Glory 67: Orlando
Jul 05 2019
Decision - Unanimous Icon fighter video play
Gewonnen Serhii Adamchuk Glory 63: Houston
Feb 01 2019
Decision - Unanimous Icon fighter video play
Gewonnen Robin Van Roosmalen Glory 59: Amsterdam
Sep 29 2018
Decision - Unanimous Icon fighter video play
Gewonnen Kevin Vannostrand Glory 55: New York
Jul 20 2018
Decision - Unanimous
Gewonnen Abdellah Ezbiri Glory 53: Lille
May 12 2018
01:40 of Round 2
Gewonnen Zakaria Zouggary Glory 49: Redemption
Dec 09 2017
02:10 of Round 3
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Gewonnen Lei Xie Glory 46: Guangzhou
Oct 14 2017
Decision - Unanimous
Verloren Robin Van Roosmalen Glory 41: Holland
May 20 2017
Decision - Majority
Gewonnen Serhii Adamchuk Glory 39: Brussels
Mar 25 2017
Decision - Unanimous Icon fighter video play
Gewonnen Aleksei Ulianov Glory 39: Brussels
Mar 25 2017
Decision - Unanimous Icon fighter video play
Gewonnen Stanislav Renita Glory 35: Nice
Nov 05 2016
Decision - Unanimous

Vechters Bio

Twitter  'The Professor' Petch

11-1-1 (2 KO) Thailand


GLORY 53 - Performance of the Night
GLORY 39 - Featherweight Contender Tournament Champion
GLORY 41 - Fighter of the Night
WMC Lightweight World Champion (135lbs)
Thailand (PAT) Super Featherweight Champion (130lbs)
Thailand (PAT) Bantamweight Champion (118lbs)

Petchpanomrung comes from a small village called Kiat, in the rural and impoverished province of Buriram. It’s a poor area; life is hard. Families frequently apprentice their young boys to a Muay Thai camp and the boy’s earnings will then supplement the family income.

That was the route which brought Petchpanomrung into the sport. Born as Aiamsiri Pansang, his family apprenticed him to the ‘Kiatmookao’ camp when he was seven years old; he had his first fight a couple of years later. 

In the Muay Thai tradition, fighters do not compete under their birth names but are instead assigned a ring name. The first part of the name is chosen for the fighter by his team; the latter half is the name of the team itself.

In the Buriram province is an ancient temple - over a thousand years old - called Hin Panom Rung (The Stone Castle of Panom Rung). It sits on the rim of an extinct volcano and is dedicated to Shiva, king of the Hindu gods (the temple was erected during the Khmer Empire).

Petch’ is a word for diamond. And so the ring name translates as ‘The Diamond of Panom Rung’. For the second half of his fight name, Petchpanomrung uses the name of his team, as is the custom. 

Kiat’ is the name of the village, ‘Moo’ means ‘street’ and ‘Kao’ is the number nine (hence you will also often see the gym referred to as Kiatmoo9). 

It’s a simple name - Kiat Street 9 - but there’s nothing mundane about the gym. For over two decades it has produced champion after champion, taking local boys and turning them into world-beaters.

Still, Petchpanomrung has achieved levels of success unprecedented even by such an accomplished team. He fought his way into the top ten of both the Lumpini Stadium and Rajadamnern Stadium rankings (Thailand’s top two arenas) before his team had him pivot to fighting under kickboxing rules.

On arriving in GLORY, he made an impression immediately. Victory in a Contender Tournament led to a challenge against then-champion Robin van Roosmalen, with Petchpanomrung losing by way of a controversial decision.

Several more wins followed, including victories over top contenders such as Zakaria Zougarry and Abdellah Ezbiri, before Petchpanomrung got a rematch with Van Roosmalen at GLORY 59. 

This time there were no gray areas - Petchpanomrung dominated all five rounds of the fight to take the world featherweight championship from Van Roosmalen and become the second Thai champion in GLORY history.