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Sen Radeth

    Sen Radeth (Khmer: សែន រ៉ាដេត), officially Tin Din, born and raised in Koh Kong province, embarked on his journey into the world of Kun Khmer at the age of 12. Over the course of a decade, he dedicated himself to the sport, earning recognition both domestically and internationally.

    Personal Life

    Growing up in a family deeply rooted in Kun Khmer, Sen Radeth found inspiration in his brothers Chlam Sor and Sen Rady, as well as his father who previously trained in the sport. Their support and guidance played a pivotal role in shaping Radeth’s career and achievements.

    Journey into Kun Khmer

    Under the mentorship of his brother Sen Rady, a prominent figure in Khmer boxing, Sen Radeth flourished as an athlete, excelling in the 51 kg and 54 kg weight categories in Cambodia. His ambition led him to seek international competition, with dreams of competing on the global stage, particularly in Thailand.


    Transitioning from boxing to join the Wovinam national team in 2017, Sen Radeth continued to pursue his athletic endeavors while simultaneously pursuing a degree in law at Build Bright University. Despite facing challenges such as a hiatus from boxing and balancing academic and athletic commitments, Radeth’s determination remained unwavering.


    Sen Radeth’s retirement from the arena was prompted by health issues and a desire to focus on his studies. Currently, he has joined forces with his two brothers to operate a Kun Khmer Training Gym in Kandal Province, marking a new chapter in his life beyond competitive sports.

    Sen Radeth’s journey serves as a testament to resilience, dedication, and the pursuit of excellence both in and out of the ring. His story inspires aspiring athletes and showcases the transformative power of sports in shaping lives.

    Born 1996
    From Koh Kong Province
    Other Names N/A
    Height 1. 68 m
    Weight 51Kg, 54Kg
    Style Kun Khmer, Vovinam, Kick Boxing
    Stance Orthodox
    Boxing Gym Bodyguard Unit Boxing
    Trainer Chlam Sor
    Years Active 2000- N/A (Retired)
    Total 68
    Wins 56
    Losses 11
    Draws 01
    TKOs 21
    Last updated 25.07.2021
    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.