Two-time Lumpinee Stadium Muay Thai World Champion Kulabdam grew up in poverty in Thailand’s northeastern Isaan region. The son of rice farmers and one of five children, his first encounter with Muay Thai was at a local temple fair. After watching a boy he knew from his village compete, he fell in love with the art and convinced his father to let him start training at a small gym.
Within a month of beginning his training, the 8-year-old Kulabdam was already stepping into the ring to compete. This was the start of an illustrious career, in which by the age of 20, he had already amassed at least 75 bouts, won a national championship, earned “Fighter of the Year” honors from the Sports Writers Association of Thailand, and captured the prestigious Lumpinee Stadium Muay Thai World Title in two weight divisions.
Kulabdam earned the nickname “Left Meteorite” for the prodigious power in his left straight punch and a string of impressive knockouts at Channel 7 Stadium in Bangkok. Despite his age, he has already faced many of the top names in the sport, including Nuenglanlek Jitmuangnon and Muangthai PK.Saenchaimuaythaigym. He is one of the most dynamic young talents in the striking world and employs a fan-friendly style where a knockout is always a distinct possibility.