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Chonlatarn, Sirimongkol triumph!

By Damrong Simakajornboon
Photos: Komthai Sarorground

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WBC#4 feather Chonlatarn Or Piriyapinyo (30-0,16 KOs) successfully retained his ABCO 126lb title as he stopped Filipino Jonel Alivio (reportedly 9-9-1,4 KOs) on Friday at the ground stadium of Sawangdaendin in Sakhonnakorn, Thailand. Both fighters impressed the crowd when they wildly exchanged punches during most of the action. The winner was the local champion as he effectively launched his bodyshots which little by little weakened his challenger and finally, he displayed one-side attack and then dropped the Filipino for a full ten count at 2:34 of round eleven. Chonlatarn, 24-year-old orthodox, kept his WBC Asian Boxing Council (ABCO) featherweight title for the twentieth time. In other action, Wanchana Sithniwat, survived from an almost knockdown in round two, stopped Singthong Sor Singyu in round three. Nicole Paradorngym outpointed Komsan Jamaika in a six round non-title bout. This event was promoted by Onesongchai Boxing Promotion.
On the same day at Rimping Riverside Ground in Kampaengpetch, Thailand, WBC/WBA#11 superlight Sirimongkol Singwancha (61-2,34 KOs) easily stopped a Kenyan fighter whose name reported as “Mohammed” in round two in a ten-round non-title bout. Sirimongkol, two-time WBC champion, is now seeking for a world 140lb title shot to become the first Thai fighter who win the world titles in three divisions. In other action, 3-time Thailand amateur champion Kanittha Tungsongtaksin captured the vacant ABCO female flyweight title as she outpointed Namfon Sor Talerngsak in a eight round bout. Iranian Bezan won a unanimous decision over Australian Harley to defend his World Professional Muaythai Federation 147lb title. This event was promoted by Wongsaroj Media Promotion.

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