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The Establishment of SitYodTong
Boxing Camps

Sityodtong Boxing Camp was founded in 1959 at Mabtapud, Rayong. Master Yodtong was then only in his age of 23. He had supported and trained his students until many of them became famous, which made Sityodtong Boxing Camp to be renowned in the boxing field. The camp had developed continually, up to the point when Master Yodtong has a lot of students until his boxing camp at Mabtapud, Rayong had closed and relocated at Naklue, Pattaya city, Chonburi. Many of his students had reached to the top, for example, the sibling star, Kongthoranee and Samart Payukarun that became extremely popular.


Names of the boxers
Numbers of Champion belts
Daotong Sityodtong
1 (The first Champion in 1971)
Wangkaew Sityodtong
1
Kongtoranee Payakarun
5
Samart Payakarun

4
(World’s Boxing Championship)
Sornsin Sitnoenpayom
2
Supernoi Sitchokchai
1
Chatchai Paisrithong
2
Petchdum Lukborrai
1
Nuengpichit Sityodtong
1
Sanliam Payukarun
1
Detchpituk Sityodtong
1
Yodsanchai Sityodtong
1
Yoddumrong Singwangcha
(Sityodtong)
2 (International Boxing)

Yodsanun 3K Battery
(Sityodtong)
2 (International Boxing)

The renowned boxers of Sityodtong Boxing Camp


It’s definitely not an easy path to pave the way for all of these boxers. By bringing up his students to the national level is the thing that Master Yodtong proud of and he is going to continue in keeping the best quality of being Master Yodtong’s students furthermore.

The man that sparks the light for Yodtong Boxing Camp and known as the respectable teacher of Master Yodtong is Kru Tao (Chana Kaewsup), who always supported and encouraged him send his students to the national level matches in the famous stadiums like Lumpini and Ratchadamnoen Boxing stadium. Up to that point, the name of Sityodtong Boxing Camp became widely known across the country to Cambodia. The tour to Cambodia is also the first trip that Master Yodtong had brought his students to fight outside the country.

Master Yodtong uses the most natural way to organize and manage the camp, which is the “father-children” system. The children in the camp are well-raised because he putted himself to be in the roles of father, mother, boxing master and friend. Master Yodtong is basically everything for the children. When any of them make a mistake, he always give them a chance, but at the same time, he would teach and advice them to behave in the right way. His students would be taught to be non-smoker, non-drinker, and away from stealing and drugs. Although some of the students aren’t belonging to the camp anymore, Master Yodtong would always be there for them whenever they needed some help or advices.

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