Muay Thai Master Rungsawang “Master Cha”
Chutiphat Rungsawang “Master Cha” also known as Chanchai Sitsapahan was born and raised in south Thailand. He began learning Muay Thai in his village community at age 10 and one year later began competing in his hometown.
Between 1987-1993, Master Cha demonstrated great success in the sport and by the age of 19, became the Southernland Champion, holding the title for 4 years. He has competed in both Rajadamnoen and Lumpinee, Bangkok’s largest and most highly respected Muay Thai stadiums.
He didn’t only train countless Muay Thai and MMA Fighters, he has also competed on an international level. Known as Master Cha, he has become a significant figure in spreading Muay Thai around the world.
A Backyard Bare-Knuckle Brawl Between Muay Thai Master and a Street Fighter
Drunk or not, Master Cha has proven himself to be a Muay Thai Master. The drunk master was seen having a backyard bare-knuckle brawl with a street fighter in Miami, Florida.
In the video below, you can see how he still managed to avoid those punches from his opponent. It showed the signs of being Master Cha who is still fond of backyard fights.
Notwithstanding his drunk appearance, he weathered the storm with the punches and leg kicks over and over whilst horsing around. His opponent tried his best to throw punches and to defend himself, but the odds seemed to be in Master Cha’s favour as his opponent received the dramatic knockout in a bare-knuckle brawl with the master.
Master Cha is indeed the real drunken master.
See how Master Cha landed a devastating high roundhouse kick that turned down the tough backyard street fighter below (courtesy of Fight SCIENCE.):
We all need to take a break from fancying MMA fighters. It’s time to give our attention to Muay Thai experts.
There are so many great Muay Thai warriors even legends out there! But make sure you’re not drunk if you happen to fight with them.