Event

Dieselnoi Chor Seminar
17
Sep
2015

Dieselnoi Chor Seminar

  • Location:2/576 Botany Road, Alexandria NSW 2015
  • Venue:SRG Thai Boxing Gym
  • Length:06:00 pm

For the first time ever in Australia the legend himself Mister Dieselnoi Chor Thanasukarn will be coming to Sydney on the 17th of September 2015. This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity does not come along everyday so hurry up and grab your spot as we have limited capacity.

Dieselnoi (The Little Diesel) was born in Tambon Huakoon, Nakhon Luang, Ayutthaya province. He started practicing muaythai at the Sor Banchongsak training camp under the guidance of Banchong Ngarm-ket. According to the Thai tradition, his first fighting name was Dieselnoi Sor Banchongsak, named in the honor of his first gym. He made his muaythai debut in the 32 kg weight division. After 4-5 bouts, he changed the camp and fought under the name of Dieselnoi Sor Vorakulchai at Sri Ratcha, Chonburi. In 1969, he changed his name again and boxed for the Chor Thanasukarn camp, where he remained for the rest of his career.

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In 1981, Dieselnoi fought Koapong Sittichuchai and won the Lumpinee Stadium Lightweight (135 lbs) championship title. It was their third meeting after one knock out win each in their previous fights. In 1982, Dieselnoi defended his title against Samart Payakaroon, outscoring his opponent by his trademark knee attacks. It was of the biggest muaythai fights in 80’s with the purse of around 350,000 and 400,000 baht each. Dieselnoi reigned the lightweight division for two consecutive years without any challengers. His next fight was with Sakad Petchyindee on June 7, 1984. It was again Dieselnoi’s overpowering knee strikes that won him the bout. After being the champion for four consecutive years he was eventually stripped from his title and forced to retire because there was nobody in his weight division left to fight.

Seminar will be held at SRG Thai Boxing Gym starting at 6PM sharp.

You can make your booking in person at the gym, calling 9667 2115 or sending an e-mail to info@thaiboxingsydney.com