Yodsaenklai is one of the most decorated fighters to come out of Thailand collecting many accolades along his journey.

He is a two-time WMC middleweight world champion and won the King’s Cup in 2010 as part of an eight-man competition. 

In 2007, Yodsaenklai received the highest pay to date as winner of the Contender Asia Series where he walked away with 200,000 USD, then in 2010 he won the silver medal at the World Combat Games in China, representing his home country of Thailand at the highest level.

This highlights the amazing opportunities athletes can receive when the recognised National Federation of Thailand AMTAT, PAT, IFMA, and the WMC work together as the sole recognised Muaythai Federation by the International Olympic Committee.