D1FC Rhino Invasion this coming 1-2 Aug 2015, have lined up some awesome match up.
The organisers managed to bring in accomplished and exciting fighters from Thailand, Ukraine, Italy, Sweden and of course not forgetting the local Malaysian muaythai pro fighters.
Jom Kitti is a Thai national representing Muaythai Fitness Lab of Kuala Lumpur
where he is also the head coach there.
At 34 years old, he is a veteran with over 500 fights in his records.
Some of his pass achievement includes:
- WBC Champion 124lbs (Sapa Muay Thai) 1999
- King’s Cup Champion 1999
- Bangla Stadium Champion 2009, 2010, 2011
- F3 Muaythai Champion, Malaysia 2012
|Jom Kitti coaching his students in Muaythai Fitness Lab in K.L.|
|Rafi winning the Max Muaythai Superfight belt|
- WMC Champion
- Max Muaythai Champion
- Phuket Champion
- France Champion
- Lumpinee Undefeated Fighter
|Bow winning the D1FC title belt at Oceanus Mall Kota Kinabalu in June 2015|
His pro record , W – 137 L – 30 D – 0.
- D1FC Oceanus Title Belt Champion, 67kg, 2015
- Super Fight Champion D1FC 67kg, 2015
- Super Fight 67kg Champion, 7th Royal Kedah Muaythai Challenge
- Super 4 Champion, Night of the Tiger 1, 2013
- Pencita Challenge 67kg Champion, 2013
- Z1 Super 4 World Champion 66kg, 2006
- 14 Province Thailand Champion 65kg, 2005
In Jan 2015, Hj.Nazri Razak brought in Bow to teach in Kota Kinabalu.
- Dubai Super Fight
- Champion Malaysia 2014
- Phuket Champion
- France Champion
- Muaythai Fury Champion
Are you base in France or Phuket?
I have been living in Patong City at Phuket island for 2 and a half years.
How long have u been practicing Muaythai? Where did u started it?
My story started when I was 15years old. I stopped school (it’s earlier for French people) because I didn’t like it. I worked around 2 years and when I reached 18, I stopped, because I was young and clueless. I wanted to stay with my friends and just laze around.
I feel like, this is what I want do with my life. I went back to France to work hard and save enough money to make another trip to Thailand. I ended up at Singpatong Gym Phuket till this day
What is your pro fight record?
48 fights. 40 win 8 lose
How long have you been competing?
Why do you choose Muaythai? Are you interested in MMA?
I choose muaythai because it’s a complete sport; we can use elbows, knees, punches and kicks. Muaythai teaches you more then boxing; it teaches you to respect your trainer, your opponents, teaches you to be strong when life or training is hard. It taught me to be humble… this is what muaythai taught me.
Yeah I get some problems when I was younger before I started practicing muaythai. I’m like a bad boy, not big gangster but I make my mom really worry about me, But when I started muaythai I understand I have to make choice to straighten up my life and take care of myself.
Muaythai is school of life.
You are fighting Bow, I’ve seen him in D1FC at Sabah in June vs Alcer. He’s a powerful kicker.
Yes I know bow we fight already in 2013 at Langkawi I lose by point but, this time I’m not the same fighter. I don’t have special game plan. I am a strong and technical fighter, if Bow kick hard, I will kick harder! hahaha
I’m very happy to meet the Malaysians again because they always take good care of me and they really like muaythai, and this makes me feel good.
Wishing you all the best for the fight.
Thanks a lot for spending time to answer my questions.
Thank you to you bro. It is good to know that there are people interested of our hard life as a nak muay
Not a problem. Appreciate your time. My respect to all you fighters that trully dedicate your mind & body to train. I try to do my part to support by promoting the fights.
Now comes the ladies….consider yourself lucky if you are able to get a ticket to this WMC D1FC title fight. This is going to be HOT!!!
Lena is a pro muaythai & MMA fighter, with a record of:
Muaythai, K-1 W – 14 L – 5 D – 0
MMA W – 10 L – 3 D – 0
|At LION BELT 5 in France|
Muaythai, K-1 47 Fights W – 28 L – 16 D – 3
Amateur Boxing 7 Fights W – 4 L – 2 D – 1
- Italian WAKO Pro Muay Thai Champion
- Italian FIKBMS Amateur Champion 2014 (K1 rules – 1°series)
- Italian FIKBMS Amateur Champion 2012 (K1 rules – 1°series)