The question is, why?
There is no way that you can bodybuild and train Muay Thai seriously at the same time (unless maybe you were an absolute freak of nature, in which case you probably wouldn't have made this thread). Both of those endeavors require large amounts of calories and energy to participate in, and really don't compliment each other very well.
If you are going to strength train, which I honestly think is a good idea for fighters to do, then you've got to strip things down to the bare minimum with your routine.
Your goal should be to build maximal strength (since practicing your sport should give you all of the conditioning you need) in the weight room, meaning low reps and fairly low sets/volume. You also should probably not be in the weight room more than 2-3 times a week (I'd start with 2 and see how you handle it, then move up to 3 if you feel you've got extra energy).
Stick to basic strength exercises (squats, bench, overhead press, chins/pull-ups, deadlift and maybe rows) as well. You need to conserve energy for your skill training, so stick with the most bang for your buck exercises. If after a couple months you feel like you can handle more, then maybe throw in some stuff for your arms, calves, grip, and neck.