One great and most decorated Muay Thai fighter is Damien Alamos. He is a French Muay Thai kickboxer who had his extensive training in Thailand. He is the first and only western Muay Thai fighter to claim the Lumpinee title. Lumpinee  or more accurately Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, is an indoor sports arena in Bangkok, Thailand, run by Royal Thai Army on behalf of the Thai government. Over the years, Lumpinee has become the symbol of modern Muay Thai where the championship titles are held from Flyweight (111 lbs) to Super Welterweight (154 lbs). Damien Alamos is the WPFM European and World Muay Thai champion and as Lumpinee champion for the 140 pounds category where he fought against Iranian Abat Muaythaiacademy.

His recent bout with Orono Wor Petchpun – World Champion, Lumpinee Champion, Thailand Champion, It’s Showtime Champion, did not give him the title although this does not preclude him from other honors he could win in the future as one of France’s pride in Muay Thai. He had already given France so much honor especially being the first non-Thai fighter to defend the Lumpinee title in September 2012.

Daniel Alamos’ Titles and Accomplishments:
As a professional Muay Thai fighter, he garnered the following titles:

  • 2012 Lumpinee Stadium Super Lightweight Champion for the 140 lbs category. This was his first title defense.
  • 2012 W.P.M.F. World Muaythai Champion for the 63.500 kg category. This was Alamos’ second title defense.
  • 2012 Lumpinee Stadium Super Lightweight Champion for the 140 lbs category.
  • 2011 W.P.M.F. World Muaythai Champion for the 63.500 kg category. This was his first title defense.
  • 2010 W.P.M.F. European Muaythai Champion for the 63.500 kg category.
  • 2010 W.P.M.F. World Muaythai Champion for the 63.500 kg category.
  • 2009 FFSCDA French Muay Thai Class A Champion for the 63.500 kg category.

He was trained by the great Numnoi and ably mentored by Somsak Gunraka. For his professional fighting career he is jointly managed by Numnoi and Rodrigo Alamos. He is a proud member of Singpatong and Impacts Bordeaux Clubs. He is known for his knees and elbows techniques and considers his hardest fight as that with Vs Kingstar Nakontongparkview, 2009, Lumpinee. His favorite fighters are Penek Sitnumnoi, Narunart ChengsimiewGym, Nong O Sit O.

To date, Damien Alamos holds an impressive record of 62 professional fights, with 51 wins – 24 of which are TKO’s, 10 Losses and 1 Draw, with fights held in Thailand, France and Spain. His latest fight was with Diesellek Aoodonmuang on October 12, 2012.