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Sen Bunthen

    Sen Bunthen (Khmer: សេន ប៊ុនថេន), born in 1989, ascended to eminence as a distinguished figure in Kun Khmer and Kickboxing, showcasing his prowess notably during his peak in 2015. His presence illuminated numerous national and international arenas, leaving an indelible mark on the sport. Notably, he clinched a coveted belt in the Thai Fight arena, distinguishing himself as one of the few Kun Khmer fighters to achieve such a feat. Currently, he serves as a Kun Khmer Trainer for the national team and holds the position of a dedicated police officer.

    Early Life and Entry into Kun Khmer

    Bunthen’s journey in Kun Khmer began under the guidance of his cousin, Sen Vanna, a former Kun Khmer Champion, who provided him with early training. Fueled by his passion for martial arts, Bunthen relocated to Phnom Penh, where he swiftly immersed himself in the discipline. Within two weeks, he stepped into his inaugural match, laying the foundation for a remarkable career. He draws inspiration from Kun Khmer legend Bird Kham, admiring his agility and strategic prowess in the ring.


    Throughout his illustrious boxing career, Bunthen confronted adversaries both domestic and foreign. Notable among his domestic battles were encounters with esteemed fighters like Vorn Viva and Pich Sophan. Bunthen ventured into the global realm of Kun Khmer, earning accolades beyond Cambodia’s borders, including his triumph in securing a coveted belt in the Thai Fight arena.

    Legacy and Gratitude

    Upon retiring from active competition in 2017, Bunthen partnered with Bird Kham to nurture the next generation of Kun Khmer fighters. Their collaborative efforts have yielded promising talents such as Bird Sangkhim, ensuring the enduring legacy of Khmer martial arts. In addition to his coaching endeavors, Bunthen continues to uphold the values of discipline and public service through his dedicated role as a police officer.

    Born 1989
    From Kampong Cham Province
    Other Names N/A
    Height 1. 73m
    Weight 54kg, 72kg, 75kg
    Style Kun Khmer, kick boxing
    Stance Orthodox
    Boxing Gym MoI Boxing Gym
    Trainer Meas Sok Kry
    Years Active N/A-2017 (Retired)
    Total 85
    Wins 74
    Losses 08
    Draws 03
    TKOs 21
    As of 2011
    CAUTION: The fight records of Kun Khmer Fighters have been inconsistent across TV stations. Therefore, these numbers are subject to change based on the latest fights available, with the name of the TV station hosting the event mentioned.