Chinawut Sirisompan (Grand Master Woody) was one of the first pioneers to bring Muay Thai to Europe as well as Arabic countries since 1975. He is the founder and co-founder of many Muay Thai associations around the world. He was the first to introduce Amateur Muay Thai internationally by organizing The Amateur World Championships in Bangkok in 1996 and every year since. Master Woodys achievements include being the Chairman of Kru Muay Thai Association; President of Muay Boran Federation; President of World Muay Thai Organization; Technical Director of and Asian Muay Federation (AMF).
Honorary Kru Mud is an instructor of Muaythai Chaiya, Siam Weapons and Pencak Silat. He has been imparting knowledge to all interested persons for over 20 years. Kru Mud has a certificate of acknowledgement in Traditional Muay Thai under the directive of Kru Muay Thai Association and a certificate of Instructor of Muaythai-Chaiya from the Global Martial Arts Center and has obtained recognition of World Muaythai Council (WMC) Muaythai Instructor and entitled to conduct and promote Muaythai training courses under the sanction of WMC.
World Muaythai Council (Muay Thai (Thai Boxing))
Kru Noi has been trainer in Thailand for 4-5 years and in France for 3 months. He first fought when he was 9 years old and has now had more than 180 fights. He holds several World Championship belts.