Orono
Wor Petchpun

Kru, Muay Thai
World Champion
Chatri Sityodtong
Chatri
Sityodtong
Kru, Muay Thai and MMA
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Nong-O
Gaiyanghadao
Kru, Muay Thai
World Champion

Instructor Profile

Orono is an Instructor at Evolve Mixed Martial Arts in Singapore. He is a 3x Lumpinee Muay Thai World Champion with a professional record of 119-35-3. As one of the top World Champions in Thailand, Orono has the distinction of knocking out WMC World Champion Yodsaenklai Fairtex twice and beating both the legendary Saenchai Sor Kingstar and K1 Max Champion Buakaw Por Pramuk.

In his elite career, he has won 9 championship title belts at the highest levels of Muay Thai in Thailand. The Thai media has labeled him as one of the most complete fighters in Muay Thai history due to his overall excellence in every area of the game.

Fighter Profile

22 Aug 1978 175 cm / 65 kilos 119 - 35 - 3 Suphan Buri, Thailand

  • One of the greatest Muay Thai World Champions of his era
  • 3 time Lumpinee Muay Thai World Champion
  • Owns 9 championship title belts
  • Holds notable wins over Saenchai, Yodsaenklai, and Buakaw
  • Favorite technique : left elbow, left kick, and knee
Orono Wor Petchpun

Orono Wor Petchpun's Videos

I AM A WARRIOR | Muay Thai Legend Orono Wor Petchpun

Quick facts on Orono Wor Petchpun

  • Orono’s fighter name comes from another Muay Thai legend named Orono Por. Muangubon.
  • Orono’s unique hairstyle is his good luck charm. He has been growing it for 6 years.
  • Orono comes from a huge family with 9 siblings. He is the 8th born child.

Although Orono had a late start in Muay Thai relative to his peers, it did not deterred him from pursuing his dream. When he turned 16, he had his first professional fight in Bangkok. In 2001, he won his first Muay Thai title defeating Petchek Sor Suwannapakdee.

Orono has fought and beaten many of the top names in Muay Thai such as Yodsaenklai Fairtex, Buakaw Por Pramuk, and Saenchai Sor Kingstar. In 2007, Orono made his international debut in SLAMM, winning via KO over the Netherlands’ William Diender.