Damien Alamos is a French Muay Thai Kickboxer who fights out of Singpatong gym in Thailand. His family is from Chile, but he grew up in France.
He has won major titles including the WMC, WPMF European, and Lumpinee title at 140lbs (63.5kilos). His two managers are Numnoi and Rodrigo Alamos. Num is his manager at Singpatong gym in Phuket and Rodrigo is his uncle that runs Impacts Bordeaux Clubs in France. Damien started out training in Savate Boxing (French Kickboxing) when he was 8 years old. By the age of 10, Damien had switched over to Muay Thai under his uncle Hugo Alamos. Hugo would go on to remain as one of Damien’s main trainers throughout his career.
At 14 years old Damien travelled to Thailand and had his first fight in Koh Samui. He would then return to France, where he would continue to have amateur fights, whilst at the same time travelling back and forth to Thailand to have professional bouts. At the age of 18 he would become the French Muay Thai Class A Champion at 63.5 kilos.
After winning the French title, Damien would set his sights on the WPMF title with a fight against the tough Iranian, Abass Ahmadi. He would win this fight in a 5 round decision where he would get his first major title in Thailand.
Since the age of 14 Damien has trained at many different camps in Thailand. Por Pramuk gym, Jocky gym, Baan Muay Thai gym and Somrak Khamsing have all played host to Damien during his formative years as a fighter. He would finally settle down in 2009 at a small gym located in Phuket, Thailand that was managed by Numnoi.
Damien Alamos is only the second non-Thai to win a Lumpinee title and the first non-Thai to ever defend a Lumpinee belt in 2012. He has fought some of the toughest opponents around the world and been successful numerous times. Damien has fought two legendary fighters Saenchai and Orono and came away with close defeats.