Thailand Boxers Have So Many Beefed Up Knowledge!
By the use of Ken Hissner: I comprehend it’s the trip bureau that serves since the boxing charge in Thailand. No wonder they have boxers with beefed-up information.
The following are some examples full of life at the moment and from the former:
Delicate Heavyweight Sirimongkhon Iamthuam, 97-5 with 62 stoppages two fights up to now, stopped an opponent making his debut. He beat nineteen with losing information and twenty-three making their debut.
In Iamthuam’s ultimate battle in April of 2021, he was once as soon as stopped by the use of fellow Thailand boxer Tewa Kiram, 44-1, which makes sense as far as competitive in information. In Kiram’s case, he fought best two with losing information and three making their debut being an exception to those with built-up information.
Iamthuam defeated twenty-two with losing information and nineteen making their debut. That is forty-one of his ninety-seven wins towards such opposition, which isn’t smart.
In February of 1997, Iamthuam won the WBC Bantamweight title defeating Jesus “Chuyin” Sarabia, 24-5-3, of Mexico over 12. After two defenses, he out of place to Joichiro Tatsuyoshi, 14-4-1, stopped in seven in Japan. In August of 2002, he knocked out Japan’s Kengo Nagashima, 21-1-1, in two rounds in Japan for the vacant WBC Global Super Featherweight title. In August 2003, after one coverage, he out of place to Mexico’s Jesus “El Matador” Chavez, 39-2, in Texas in 12.
Thanomansak Sithaobay, 56-6 with 33 stoppages, was once as soon as 31-1 when he out of place taking a look to win the WBA Bantamweight title from Filipino Luisito Espinosa, 25-5 over 12 rounds, in Bangkok, in November of 1990. He over again failed in April of 1992, losing to Japan’s Katsuya Onizuka, 18-0, over 12 rounds for the vacant WBA Global Super Flyweight title in Tokyo, Japan. In November of 1993, in a rematch, he over again out of place in 12.
He defeated nineteen with losing information and ten in their debut.
Former WBC Minimumweight international champion Chayaphon Moonsri, 55-3 with 19 stoppages, has a identical boxing file defeating 16 with losing information and two making their debut.
Moonsri won the WBC Minimumweight title in November 2014, combating Mexico’s Oswaldo Novoa, 14-4-1, in 9 rounds in Thailand. He made twelve defenses faster than losing to offer WBC Minimumweight champion Panya Pradabsri, 39-1 (and a rematch) with 23 stoppages is another. On his file, there were fourteen who had losing information and seven making their debut.
WBA Global Minimumweight champion Thammanoon Niyomtrong, 24-0 with 9 stoppages, is an exception, having defeated one with losing and one making their debut. In his first battle, he won the vacant WBC Early life Global Mini title protective it seven cases.
In October of 2014, Niyomtrong won the WBA period in-between title defeating Nicaragua’s Carlos Buitrago, 27-0-1, and in February 2016, he won their rematch. In his next battle, he won the WBA Global title protective it seven cases faster than winning the WBA Super international title protective it 3 times up to now.
Former Super Global Flyweight champion Wisaksil Wangsek, 50-6-1 with 43 stoppages, defeated fifteen with losses and twelve making their debuts. In May of 2013, he won the field title. After a few defenses, he out of place to Mexico’s Carlos “Principe” Cuadras, 29-0, in May of 2014.
In May of 2015, Wangsek won the WBC Silver Super Fly title, Combating Mexico’s Jose Salgado, 34-2-2. In March of 2017, he defeated Ramon Gonzalez, 46-0, and over again in September. In February of 2018, he defeated Juan Estrada, 36-2, alternatively out of place the rematch in April 2019. In his ultimate battle, he out of place to Jesse “Bam” Rodriguez, 15-0, for the WBC Global Super Fly title in Texas.
Former WBA Minimum champion Ekkawit Songnui, 50-8-1 with 27 stoppages, beat nineteen with losses, and 11 making their debuts.
In November 2010, he won the WBA Mini title defeating Wicha Phulaikhao, 42-5-2. In his next battle, he was once as soon as knocked out by the use of Muhammad Rachman, 62-10-5. In September of 2013, he was once as soon as knocked out by the use of Japan’s Kazuto Ioka, 12-0. He went 9-6 up until March of 2021.