It seems like the recent Kompayak Vs Pongsaklek bout isn't a one off, and one on April 21st we'll see former IBF Flyweight champion Amnat Ruenroeng (18-2, 6) battle against former WBC Flyweight title contender Nawaphon Por Chokchai (40-1, 32) in what looks like another brilliant all Thai match up between veteran and up and comer.
At his best Amnat was a tricky assignment for anyone. From January 2014, when he beat Rocky Fuentes, to May 2016, when he lost to John Riel Casimero, he was one of the top Flyweights on the planet. His title run, which saw him beating Fuentes, Kazuto Ioka, McWilliams Arroyo, Shiming Zou, Casimero and Myung Ho Lee, was really impressive and saw him become an established fighter. Sadly since then he has sort of bounced around picking up losses in kick boxing, Olympic boxing and, professional boxing.
As for Nawaphon he's best known for being stopped in 3 rounds in March 2017 against Juan Hernandez in a bout for the WBC Flyweight title. Since then he has stoppaed 4 poor opponents, going back to the point made earlier about Thai's fighting in mismatches. He's also the younger brother of Suriyan Sor Rungvisai and a stabemate of Srisaket Sor Rungvisai.
This bout will be for the World Boxing Council Asian Boxing Council Continental Super Flyweight title and will be televised on Workpoint, Channel 23, in Thailand. A loss for Nawaphon would be disastrous whilst a win for Amnat would keep him relevant in professional boxing.