Five-time Muay Thai World Champion Rafi Bohic wasted no time in deciding that he wanted to be a professional combat sports athlete. He first started training in Muay Thai when he was 17 years old in his native France after a brief stint in the French martial art of Savate. By the time he was 20, Bohic had already moved to Thailand to train full-time at the famed Singpatong Gym in Phuket, and he has made it his home ever since.
After more than a decade training and competing in Thailand, Bohic has amassed over 90 bouts on his way to WBC, WMC, and Lumpinee Stadium Muay Thai World Championships. His list of opponents is impressive, with wins over the likes of fellow ONE Super Series stars Yodpanomrung Jitmuangnon, Chamuaktong Fightermuaythai, Kongsak PK.Saenchaimuaythaigym, Han Zi Hao, and many more.
Bohic is known for his technical Muay Femur style, mixing his kicks, punches and elbows effectively. He is one of the rare few foreign athletes to be fully accepted into the world of Muay Thai, as well as one of the first to ever win a World Title at the famed Lumpinee Stadium. He puts his heart and soul into training and competing in Muay Thai, and he will stop at nothing to become a ONE Super Series World Champion.