Kumandoi vs. Khunsueklek RWS Muay Thai

Kumandoi vs. Khunsueklek Confirmed for Apr. 6 Title Match

Kumandoi Petchyindee Academy will look to defend his Rajadamnern Stadium bantamweight championship against Khunsueklek Boomdeksian in Rajadamnern World Series on Apr. 6. This fight will have major Muay Thai pound-for-pound implications on the line.

Kumandoi vs. Khunsueklek

Live from Rajadamnern Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand, RWS will host a major Muay Thai championship showdown as Khunsueklek Boomdeksian will look to extend his stunning win streak against the reigning division king Kumandoi Petchyindee Academy.

Kumandoi earned the stadium crown earlier this year as he out-pointed Pangtor Por.Lakboon. The 30-year-old Thai-born striker has also earned Muay Thai titles in Omnoi Stadium, WBC Muay Thai, True4U, and elsewhere. The talented athlete is best known for his switch kick.


For many fans, Kumandoi will be familiar due to being a top-competitor in RISE Kickboxing in 2023. He defeated Mohamed Kloua and Shiro Matsumoto to make it to the finals of the tournament. After a hard fought match againt Toki Tamaru he was awarded runner-up status with a loss. Japan’s Tamaru would then earn the 2023 Fighter of the Year award.

The 18-year-old Khunsueklek has put together a highly-impressive 39-fight winning streak. Between 2022 and 2023, he earned multiple titles in PAT and Omnoi Stadium. Additionally, he has defeated the top-ranked Pangtor and stayed unbeaten in ONE Championship.

On the Combat Press official rankings, this is the top-ranked 118-pound fighter facing the top-ranked 115-pound athlete. The young Khunsueklek has also earned a place as the number-two pound-for-pound position in Muay Thai.

To watch RWS Muay Thai, internationally it is available on DAZN. In Thailand, it is available for free on YouTube.