Born : Subiaco, Australia
Specialises in : Muay Thai & Boxing

“It’s a passion helping people develop a strong, fit, healthy mind, body and spirit, setting goals and enjoying it every step of the way.”

Owner and head trainer at Champions Gym is a former Australian Muay Thai fighter who became welterweight Australian champion at age 17. He has represented Australia 7 times, settling for the Silver medal in the final against Russia at the World Championships, Bangkok 2005. Pamorn began his career in Muay Thai at the age of 12 trained by his father Phon Martdee and six time Welterweight World Champion Sanapar Noi. To date he has trained with and been trained by a long list of Boxing & Muay Thai champions as well as under Lumpinee Stadium promoter Jar Tui Sangmorakot at Sangmorakot Gym in Bangkok, Thailand.

Since taking a retiring from competition, Pamorn has dedicated his life to training others to become successful competitors as well as aiming to raise the profile of Muay Thai as an elite sport along with a passion in Boxing. As a former fighter and trainer at Australian Muay Thai Promotions he has not only helped people fulfil their dreams of getting into the ring, but also helped many others from all walks of life, to achieve their health and fitness goals.

Training Experience
Welterweight Australian Muay Thai Champion
2005 Welterweight Australian Muay Thai Champion
Silver Medalist World Championships
Training Skills
  • Muaythai 100 %
  • Boxing 100 %

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Working from home meant we could vary snack and coffee breaks, change our desks or view, goof off, drink on the job, even spend the day in pajamas

"Martial Arts are a great way to develop and maintain balance in life. If you have never tried martial arts, I suggest you start now."
"Exercise is for everyone. It should be fun and enjoyable not endured and overdone - If you're sick of your average workout give combat arts a try"