Tugstsogt Nyambayar (7-0, 7) TKO5 German Meraz (55-40-1, 32)
Mongolian monster Nyambayar continued to smash through opponents as he took out the durable German Meraz in 5 rounds, with the veteran retiring at the end of round 5. This was he longest bout of Nyambayar's career but his stoppage was just the 8th stoppage of Meraz's long career.
Xiang Xiang Sun (9-0, 7) KO2 Tabthong Tor Buamas (15-6, 12)
Promising Chinese fighter Sun claimed the WBO Asia Pacific Lightweight title as he stopped Thai in the 2nd round. Sun might not be well known but don't be surprised to see his name being mentioned a lot in the future, he has plenty of potential.
Jing Xiang (10-4-2, 1) UD10 Joy Joy Formentera (8-2, 4)
Chinese fighter Xiang retained the WBO Oriental Flyweight title, after having been upgraded from the interim champion. The win is one that strengthens his claim but the 26 year old is unlikely to make any real mark on the wider boxing scene.
Evgeny Smirnov (8-0, 2) UD8 Neil John Tabanao (13-3, 9)
Filipino Tabanao suffered his third loss in 5 bouts as Smirnov out pointed him. The 22 year old Filipino has now suffered losses to Randy Braga, Isaac Dogboe and Smirnov in the space of 17 months and questions will be asked about his desire going forward. If he continues to be hungry then he could bounce back from this and go on to make a name for himself, so fingers crossedthat he can get past this rough patch.
Aniya Seki (31-3-2, 5) TKO9 Alexandra Lazar (9-3, 2)
Swiss based Japanese born Seki claimed the WBC female Silver Super Bantamweight title with a 9th round TKO win against 20 year old Lazar, who suffered her third stoppage. Seki has now gone 7-0 (3) since suffering an upset loss in 2014 to Judith Rodriguez and it appears the 37 year old is moving closer and closer to a world title fight.
Ratchasi Sithsaithong (7-3, 5) UD 12 Cobra Suwa (18-12-2, 10)
In a genuine upset Sithsaithong defeated Suwa to claim the WBC ABC Light Middleweight title, and some revenge for a loss to Suwa back in April. The 36 year old Suwa gave his all but was unable to stop the Thai, as he did in their first meeting, and lost a close decision here instead.
Hirotsugu Yamamoto (20-13-2, 4) KO1 Burengnong Kor Sampaothong (0-4)
There was better news for Yamamoto who stopped the hopeless Burengnong inside a round.
Rungniran Korat Sport School (2-12, 1) UD8 Yodpichai Sithsaithong (12-16, 6)
A monstrous upset saw Rungniran claim the Thai Bantamweight title as he out pointed Yodpichai over 8 rounds. It appears that this bout was the first Thai Bantamweight title bout in more than 5 years, but despite the win Rungniran is unlikely to be able to make much of a career from this win alone.
Zhilei Zhang (13-0 9) KO2 Galen Brown (44-26-1, 25)
Chinese Heavyweight Zhang took out American veteran Brown in the 2nd round to continue his ascent though the rankings. Zhang was once one of the top amateurs in boxing, and was an Olympic medal winner, so it's a shame his career is such a slow meandering one, though at 33 it doesn't seem likely that he'll be fighting anyone big any time soon.
Riku Kano (11-2-1, 6) TKO3 Thoedkiad Weerachon (0-6)
Former world title challenger Kano bounced back from his set back to Katsunari Takayama by stopping Thoedkiad in 3 rounds. The bout proved little but will have helped Kano's confidence ahead of a notable bout in 2017.
Tenmei Serizawa (9-3, 5) TKO4 Hikaru Matsuoka (12-4-3, 1)
In a minor upset Serizawa stopped Matsuoka to potentially claim a ranking. Matsuoka. Who has now been stopped 3 times, will have to seriously wonder about his career whilst Serizawa will surely be celebrating the biggest win of his career.
We're sorry about any results we've missed but again at the moment time is very much against us. Hopefully things will be back to normal in the coming days