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#8 Somsak, #10 Samson win!

By Damrong Simakajornboon
Photos: Sroi Mungmee

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Former WBC female, light flyweight champion Samson Tor Buamad (14-2, 3 KOs) successfully retained her WIBA international flyweight title as she won a unanimous decision over former WBA female title challenger Luo Yu Jie (reportedly 4-6) on Wednesday at the Town Hall of Sisatchanalai, Sukhothai, Thailand. The Thai fighter mostly controlled the show, displaying her accurate counter punches to deny Jie aggression in the first four rounds. From round five, the champion turned to hunt her opponent and mostly gained the score with her effective body shots. Jie tried to turn the table in the last two rounds, wildly stalking the local fighter, but nothing changed as the champion still exposed her superior skills till the final round. Scored: 100-91,99-91, 98-93. Samson, currently ranked No.10 by WBC, retained her WIBA International flyweight title for the first time.

In other action, Mongkoldech Patavikorngym stopped Andrew Doyle in the opening round.
Petch-uma Tor Buamad won a six round unanimous decision over Nongben Sithkorpol.
Petchsairung Tor Buamad outpointed Nongbeau Polsithmansion in a six round non-title bout.
And Wanpichit Or Muangklang stopped Somchay Sithkorpol in round two.
This event was promoted by Narongwas Buamad Promotion.

Former WBA 122lb king Somsak Sithchatchawal (59-3-2,44 KOs) viciously attacked the Indonesian champion Eddy Comaro (reportedly 6-5-4,4 KOs) most of the fight before he easily won a unanimous decision and captured the interim PABA 130lb title on Friday at the central stadium of Mukdahan Province, Thailand.
In other action, WBO#1/WBA#2 superfly Duangpetch Saengmorakot (45-1-1,18 KOs) won a six round unanimous decision over Indonesian Panca Silaban ( 23-12-3, 12 KOs). WBC/WBO#3 and WBA#7 minimum, Pigmy Muangchaiyaphum (36-5-2,17 KOs) won a six round unanimous decision over Little Roseman (19-10-2,8 KOs) of Indonesian.
And Phupa Por Nobnom stopped Wisanlek Sor Suchanya in round five. This event was promoted by Kokiet Group Promotion.




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