By Damrong Simakajornboon
WBC#28 superfly Yodchanchai Nakornluang (reportedly 7-2, 6 KOs) successfully captured the vacant ABCO bantam title as he scored a second round TKO over ABCO#3 Edwin Tumbaga (reportedly 11-17-5, 6 KOs) on Thursday at Prasamutjaedee in Samutprakan, Thailand. Filipino Tumbaga started well when he landed a big right cross which almost dropped the local fighter at the early of the opening round but after that Yodchanchai speeded his aggression, getting closer to his opponent and weakening his foe with vicious bodyshots. The show rapidly ended in round two when the Thai fighter speeded his assault which rendered the Filipino refusing to continue, appealing for low blow to the referee. This was unfruitful as the referee considered there was no foul and displayed an eight-count to the Filipino. Then, Yodchanchai displayed one-sided attack again, forcing the referee to stop the bout at 1:31 of round two.
In other action, WBC#13 fly Suriyan Por Chokchai (16-5-1,5 KOs) impressively stopped former WBO top-15 Javier Malulan (15-9,8 KOs) with a vicious bodyshot at 1:10 of round five in a six round non-title bout. Suriyan, a former WBC title challenger, is now targeting on Tomas Rojas for the WBC superfly title challenge.
Two-time WBC title challenger Napapol Kiattisakchokchai stopped kongthawat Por Wisanuthep in round two of six round non-title bout.
ABCO#1 superfly Srisaket Sor Rungvisai (6-1,6 KOs) stopped Monsawan Sor Singdech in round three.
ABCO#2 superfly Sugar Rey Nakornluang (10-0,7 KOs) stopped Chartchai Sithsamart in round four.
And ABCO#11 fly Nawapol Por Chokchai stopped Pornchai Sor Ratidech tin round two.
This event was promoted by Suchart Pisitwuttinan of Nakornluang Boxing Promotion.