What we did know, from the crowd's reaction, was that the bout didn't end up in the clear cut unanimous decision that we'd expected following what seemed to be a clear win.
Since the end of the bout we've been given a photo of the scorecards which show why the fans reacted as they did.
The reaction was down to startling 113-113 card by American judge Raul Caiz Jr who managed to have Lebron sweeping rounds 3 through 8 as well as round 11. The card did include the two 10-8 rounds of Kiatniwat, but with out those Caiz's card would have had Stamp losing the bout.
Thankfully Caiz's terrible card was over-ruled by that of Byungmu Kim, from Korea, and Takeshi Shimakawa, from Japan. Kim scored the bout 116-112, scoring a couple of 10-10 rounds, whilst Shimakawa had the bout scored 117-109, the same as us.
Whilst we will admit there was a number of close rounds we simply cannot fathom how a judge managed to find 7 rounds to give to Lebron who was very ineffective and countered regularly by the sharp Thai teenager.
(Image courtesy of thairec.com)