Fighting name: Luis Soot Raaeng Geert
Fight Record: – 30 Fights 23W 7L 14KO
Luis Henrique Regis, aka Luis “MACACO” Regis is the Founder and main fighter of SRG Thai Boxing Gym. He holds multiple Muay Thai titles such as:
- World Champion – World Fight Organisation
- Commonwealth Champion – IKBC
- Australian Champion – WMC
- East Coast Champion – IKBC
- NSW Champion – WMC
- Real Hero Aus Vs Thai Champion (Australian Team Captain)
Luis loves to teach as much he loves to fight. He believes that everyone can get to love Muay Thai, get to have good technique, and that step by step anybody can reach their goals. Luis specialises in the details of every technique always looking to the perfect technique to strike.
Luis continuously travels to Thailand to improve his skills and learn more about this beautiful martial art, and now having all the Thai Trainers at SRG Thai Boxing Gym, he is ready to take you to the next level!
Fighting name: Deaw Soot Raaeng Geert
Fight Record: – 87 Fights 69W 16L 2D
Achievements fighting: IPCC Muay Thai Champion in Brazil
Achievements as trainer: Started as a Muay Thai Trainer in early 2002 and has ever since been renowned as one of the best in the field. Trainer of one of the Best Nak Muays that ever came out of Thailand, Kem Sitsongpeenong.
Deaw has travelled all around the World and is fluent in English. A favourite of most for Private classes, Deaw has visitors coming from all 4 corners of the globe to train with him.
He has worked in some of the best Gym’s around the world, and here are just a few of them:
Thailand: Sitsongpeenong Muay Thai Camp (Bangkok), Tuff Camp, Kem Muay Thai Gym
Singapore: Fightworks Asia Muay Thai Gym
UK: Scorpion Muay Thai
Hong Kong: Hanuman Thai Boxing and Fitness Centre
Germany: Muay Thai School Frankfurt
Malaysia: Combat Sports & Fitness
Fighting name: Ching Soot Raaeng Geert
Fight Record: – 240 Fights 175W 61L 4D
Weight: 67kg – 70kg
Fought at Lumpinee Stadium Rajadamnern Stadium, Chanel 3 and Max Muay Thai stadiums in Thailand.
Bachelor degree of Muay Thai at Muban Chombueng Rajabhat University, Ratchburi
Favourite techniques: Elbow and Leg Kick.
Ching is fluent in English and is a favourite for private classes. If you guys are looking for someone that has attention to small details and can take you to the next level, book a private class with him.
Narongdet Panjunla – Pandin
Fighting name: Pandin Sor.damrongrit
Fight record: 207F 154W 52L 1D
Fighting style: Muay Femur
Favourite technique: Teep (push kick)
1992 – 29kg Bang Xai Stadium Champion
1993 – 32kg Bang Xai Stadium Champion
1994 – 35kg Bang Xai Stadium Champion
2003 – 47kg WMC World Champion at Channel 11 event
2004 – 48kg Rajadamnern Stadium Champion
Pandin Soot Raaeng Geert has devoted his life to Muay Thai and now shares his experience with his students at SRG. He is an old school trainer who will push you to do your best at every Muay Thai session. Pandin came to Australia for the first time in 2015 and his students haven’t rested easy for a single day until his comeback earlier this year. His work ethic combined with his passion for Muay Thai makes him one of a kind.
Thiraphong Kittikhun – Joh
Fighting name: Yodthongchai Soot Raaeng Geert
Fight record: 317F 269W 44L 4D
Fighting style: Muay Khao
Favourite technique: Ka Took Tang Khao (clinch and knee)
1998 at 10years of Age: Champion of South Thailand 29kg
1999 at 11years of Age: Champion of South Thailand 34kg
2003 at 14years of Age: Champion of South Thailand 47kg
Since 2006 Joh has been present in the list of the Best Fighters of Ptchyindee Promotions, one of the most renowned promoters of the history of Muay Thai. A legend in and out the ring, Yodthongchai – our beloved Joh – joined our family last summer and we fell in love with his work ethic and humble personality at first sight. Joh is an authentic Muay Khao, loves to clinch and does it with expertise. Don’t get frustrated if he casually sweeps you with minimum effort; believe us, he does it daily with the most respected fighters in NSW.
Joh doesn’t talk much but is incredibly meticulous about his student’s technical comprehension. Don’t be surprised if you see him standing next to you during a whole class; all he wants is to make sure you will go home with no questions.
Fighting name: Sarkis Soot Raaeng Geert Doueihi
Fight Record: – 14F 10W 3L 1D 5KO
Favourite technique: Push Kick
One of the SRG originals, Sarkis Doueihi started his Muay Thai journey in 2014 right here at SRG Thai Boxing Gym. His passion for the sport grew and in time he found himself abroad pursuing his dream of fighting as a profession.
He spent 3 years training and fighting professionally in Thailand, as well as fighting in various countries such as France, China, and right here in Australia. He has accumulated a wealth of knowledge and experience and he is more than happy to share it with you.
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