|Fighting name:||Thopadak Wanchalerm aka Sinbi Taewoong|
|Date of birth:||24 September 1979|
2005 KOMA Champion, Korea
Number 1 ranked fighter at Lumpinee Stadium in Bangkok
Number 1 ranked fighter at Ratchadamnoen Stadium in Bangkok
South Thailand Champion at 70lb
Thopadak Wanchalerm is Sing's Thai fighting name, which he used for many years whilst fighting in Bangkok. Sinbi Taewoong is Sing's Korean fighting name, which he uses when fighting K-1. Sinbi means 'mysterious' in Korean and Taewoong is the name of the gym where he trained. It was the owner of this gym who brought him to Korea to fight K-1. Sing is his Thai nickname, all thai's have these. Sing is an owner, manager and head trainer at Sinbi Muay Thai camp.
Fighting name: KimchiSinbimuaythai
Dee has been with SinbiMuay Thai since day 1. He is a world class trainer and speaks amongst the best English of all the trainers and is absolutely meticulous when it comes to correcting peoples technique. Dee has fought in Korea, Germany and Japan as well as Thailand.
He's had over 183 fights fight ages 8 years old and held the South Thailand championship belts at 118lbs & 122lbs.
Fighting name: YodlamSingsonchai
BaoV is the brother of SinbiTaewoong and they used to train together when Sinbi was a young boy and BaoV was a little older! BaoV has been training fighters for many years and is extremely experienced. His very fast paced style of pad holding will always keep you on your toes as he likes to throw plenty of feints and tricks to make sure you're working defense as much as working on your striking technique.
Fighting name: Tewarit
Oui has had 200+ fights and has fought in Japan, China, the UK and OZ. He held the South Thailand belt at 118lbs.
Fighting name: SaksuriyaSatid CD
Fa is always in high demand for his 1 on 1 session. His technical teaching style clear explanations make his a top Kru. Fa has had over 160 fights, his first being aged 10, and held the highly prizedCP Tournament belt&Lumpinee belt.
Check out Fa in action fighting against the legendary PornsaneSitmonchai (link here)
Fighting name: Kwanchai
Kook comes from the legendary Kaewsamrit gym in Bangkok. Don't let his baby face deceive you- he's had over 160 fights and held the South Thailand championship belt at 55lbs & 118lbs. Kook is great at teaching all abilities- from total beginners to pro fighters alike. He is very technical teacher/fighter and will push you to your absolute limits.
Fighting name: PompunOyuthanangon
Eyat is head trainer to all of Sinbi's young Thai fighters who live at the gym. He can be seen accompanying them on their daily runs (on his scooter of course) and putting them through their paces on pads each day .
Fighting name: JarunthongRumjaipuan
Run comes from Nakhonsitamarad. He came to us highly recommended from Sit Yot Tong Gym in Nakhonsitamarad, where he was training children. He narrowly missed being Lumpinee's top fighter for his weight on two occasions. Both times he lost to the same opponent – NuengPitchit. He has fought at Lumpinee 85 times and lost only 15 times. He fought at Racherdamnern 20 times. He also fought once for Channel 7 TV. His particular strength as a fighter is his kneeing ability.
Big Bang E is born and bread here in Phuket. He has been a Muay Thai trainers for over 20 years and is a highly respected pad holder.
Fighting name: SangpetCor.Varachai
Ben "the gentle giant" is a technical but faced paced trainer and always a favorite amongst the Thai fighters. With over 180 fights under his belt and years worth of teaching experience he's a great asset to the Sinbi team.
Fighting name: SaenkeangKaitjarunchai
Hailing from Songkhla, Keang had his first fight aged 8 years, and has a whopping 225 fights under his belt. He was the South Thailand champion at 140lbs & 147lbs.
Fighting name: Fonloun
Fon has had over 200 fights since his first fight aged just 10 years old. He was South Thailand Champion at 2 different weight devisions and is still an active fighter. Fon doesn't mess around when he holds pads- he wants you to learn and always puts in 100%.
Fighting name: Pongphet
Everyone loves Pong- he's a little on the shy side but once you get to know him loves a good joke. Pong is very patient and particularly good working with kids.
Fighting name: ThanuritKaovichit
Loc been working as a trainer for over 7 years now. He says he likes to work on peoples weaknesses, instead of focusing on their strengths to help build them into well rounded fighters.
Fighting name: Patakthep
Jen has had over 150 fights in his career and regularly fought at the prestigious Rajadamnern and lumpinee stadiums as well as on Channel 7 TV. He is current WMC belt holder at 67kgs. Having only recently made the transition from full time Nak Mauy to trainer Jen is used to working hard and still likes to keep as fit as when he was fighting.
Fighting name: Hongdeang
Ya hails from the Souther province of Yala and began fighting at a very early age. He's has over 200 fights and holds Southern Thailand titles at 3 different weights. Ya is a highly valued member of the Sinbi team and loves to share his wealth of knowledge with his students.
Originally from Hat Yai Aom has worked as a trainer for more than 7 years. He has worked at gyms in Ko Samui, Ko Tao and now here in Phuket. Aom speaks excellent English and is able to explain techniques with great proficiency.