Lamnammoon Muay Thai was opened in April 2016 in Ban Bladuk, Ubon Ratchathani by Golden Era Muay Thai legend and 4 time Lumpinee champion Lamnammoon Sor Sumalee.

After finishing his fight career Lamnammoon began teaching first working at Sor Sumalee then moving onto schools in Macua, Australia, and at Evolve Mixed Martial Arts in Singapore where he trained Raphael Dos Anjos and Zorobel Moiera.

After several years in Singapore, Lamnammoon decided to return to his roots in the hearland of Muay Thai in northeast Thailand. In developing his fight team he brought one of his original foreign students from Sor Sumalee gym, Sean Kearny. He was able to get the Canadian fighter rankings at both Omnoi and Lumpinees stadiums as well as other wins around Asia.

Kurtis Staiti who trained with Lamnamoon when Lamnammoon was in Australia also made the journey to Ubon and won several large tournaments on Max Muay Thai. He garned a reputation as one of the best foreign fighters in Thailand.

Jordan Coe, a Scottish fighter, spent a year in Ubon fighting 12 times and winning all 12 fights. He was on the road towards superstardom before his tragic passing during a weight cut for a fight.

Although Lamnammoon was known for his walk forward, clinch and knee style he enjoys teaching all styles of fighting preferring to adapt to his students’ body types and temperaments.

He is know honing the skill and crafts of several raising young fighters and is ushering them into the Bangkok stadium fight circuit including Bantong, Robert, Petch, Petnammoon, and Kaoponglek along with other foreign fighters.