By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing
World rated featherweight Fahsai Sakkreerin (24-1, 10 KO’s) had no touble in stopping Indonesian Irvan Bone (5-5-1) in four rounds at Ranot, Songkhla, Thailand on Friday. IBF#12 Sakkreerin delivered a steady stream of combinations to head and body of his taller opponent and in round four dropped him for the full ten count after connecting with perfectly timed left hook to the jaw.
Sakkreerin’s manager Jimmy Chaichothchuang said. “We are after rated featherweights for Sakkreerin to fight. We would welcome a fight with Australia’s world rated featherweight Billy Dib. I have seen Dib fight and I am confident Sakkreerin would defeat him.”
Former Thailand Olympic representative Thantong Kiattaweesuk (9-0,5 KO’s) scored a shutout twelve round points decision over Indonesian flyweight champion Wido Paez (8-6-3,4 KO’s). Kiattaweesuk connected with power head and body shots on durable and back moving opponent to win all contested rounds. Scores 120-108, 120-108, 119-109. The Thai boxer defended the IBF Pan Pacific bantamweight title.
Classy Thai jr lightweight Wacharakrit Senhan (12-1) scored a knockout in round one over Panetch Permthongmak. Senhan was returning to ring action after losing a disputed round one stoppage to Filippino Anthony Macial. Manager Jimmy Chaichotchuang, ” I was unhappy with the referee of the Macial vs Senhan bout. Senhan was on his feet scoring with punches when the referee suddenly crowned Macial.”
Televised throughout Thailand on Channel Seven. Promoter Jimmy Chaichotchuang.