Child Muay Thai boxers Pornpattara Peachurai, known as Tata Por Lasua as his fighter name, 9, and Jaruadfai Ufa Boom Deksean take part in a boxing match at a temporary boxing ring in Chachoengsao province, Thailand, October 26, 2020. Nine-year-old Thai kickboxer Pornpattara "Tata" Peachaurai is eager to get back in the ring after coronavirus curbs brought his fight season to a halt more than five months ago. The money he earns is vital income for his family. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha

Muay Thai boxers Yodpetch-eak and Bensin take part in a boxing match at the Rangsit Boxing stadium in Pathum Thani province, Thailand, September 14, 2020. "All the money from boxing, the regular payment and the tips, it all goes to mum," said the lean young fighter. "I'm proud to be a boxer and to earn money for my mum." REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha

Muay Thai boxers Thantap Wor Uracha, 9, and Sanchai take part in a boxing match at a temporary boxing ring in Chachoengsao province, Thailand, October 26, 2020. Child fights in Thailand can be as popular as adult bouts and take place at tournaments, festivals and temple fairs. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha

Pornpattara Peachurai, known as Tata Por Lasua as his fighter name, 9, a child Muay Thai boxer, wears a face shield as he stands before his boxing match at a temporary boxing ring in Chachoengsao province, Thailand, October 26, 2020. "All the money from boxing, the regular payment and the tips, it all goes to mum," said Peachurai. "I'm proud to be a boxer and to earn money for my mum." REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha

Pornpattara Peachurai, known as Tata Por Lasua as his fighter name, 9, a child Muay Thai boxer, trains at a gym in Bangkok, Thailand, October 3, 2020. "All the money from boxing, the regular payment and the tips, it all goes to mum," said Peachurai. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha

Muay Thai boxers pose for a photograph at the Rangsit Boxing stadium in Pathum Thani province, Thailand, September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha