Sean Wright hails from sunny Scotland where he started training muay thai with the Scottish Muay Thai Council, back in 1995 when he was just 14 years old. He first stepped in the ring at the age of 19 and went on to do well on the British Muay Thai scene, winning the SIMTA Welterweight British title and IMTC Super Welterweight British title. Having spent many summers travelling back and forth to train in Thailand, in late 2006 Sean made took the final step, packing up his things and moving out to live and train in his sports home country.
Since then he has continued to have success, taking part in the King's Cup in 2006 and winning the WMC Intercontinental title at the Presidents Cup in Kasakhstan in 2007. He also has fought and won bouts at both of the famous Bangkok stadiums, Rajadamern and Lumpinee.
He currently lives and fights out of Lanna Muay Thai in Chiang Mai, with occasional trips to Sasiprapa in bangkok. Muay Thai is more than just a hobby to Sean and he dedicates his time, energy and money to the sport. Expect big things from him! His current fight record is 36 fights: 27 wins, 7 losses and 2 draws.