Any top (or notable) non-southpaw Thais these days?

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    I've been watching a lot of superbon lately as I've seen his name and knew of his existence and maybe unknowingly saw a couple stadium fights, but for the most part he has flown under the radar (for me).

    It seems the best (International) Thais as of the last several years have tended to be southpaws like Saenchai, Yodsanklai, Sitthichai, Keaw, prime Jomthong, Sangmanee...This list is just from my memory.

    A few orthodox stance Thais I can think of off the top of my head:
    Pakorn, Singdam, Petboonchu, Nong O (switch hitter, sort of), Buakaw of course,

    The more hardcore posters can probably tell which years I have been most actively following Muay Thai by my list lol. Unfortunately due to life keeping me busy I haven't had a chance to keep up with the current big stadium names.

    Anyone willing to enlighten me on the non-southpaw young bucks in the stadiums as well as some physically bigger Thais fighting internationally I may not know about?

    EDIT: I honestly don't give a flip about strictly K-1 guys or farang Nak Muay, so please heed the subject title and kindly keep them out of this thread.
     
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    Yodwicha is young, amazing and internationally active.
     
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    Superlek, Saeksan, Yodpanomrung
     
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    too many to name....rungnarai, suakim, sarawute, prajanchai, yothin, rit, sing, kiewpayak etc. for international fights there is por thor tor, rungravee, chanajon is ortho i think
     
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    something interesting about southpaws, i cant remember the exact percentage, or what show, maybe discovery, but they did some kind of documentary and something like 50% (cant remember but the number was really high) of all athletes are left handed, which translates into a very high percentage when compared to the general population where as most people are right handed.
     
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    *Takes notes*
    *Looks up vids*

    Thanks all. Keep em coming.
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    You could also just look up the raja/lumpinee rankings on muaythai2000.com and find out yourself.
     
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    I'd have to look up video on every single fighter. Please feed my laziness. Thanks.
     
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    seksan rodlek superlek
     
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