In Nakhon Sawan former WBO Bantamweight champion Pungluang Sor Singyu (44-2, 29) scored his first win since losing his titlein Namibia to Paulus Ambunda. Sor Singyu made light work of Juma Fundi (19-9-1, 9) as he reclaimed the WBO International Bantamweight title, a title that will him he remain highly ranked by the WBO.
On the card that featured Sor Singyu there was 3 other bouts.
The unbeaten Kwanpichit OnesongchaiGym (22-0-1, 9) stopped the Thai based Frenchman Tarek Krab (1-4, 1), in what can only be described as a mismatch. There was also a victory for Paithong Muangsima (1-1) who out pointed Susu Sithjadeang (6-3, 2)
In Ban Mi fans saw Tepparith Kokietgym (23-3, 13), the former WBA Super Flyweight champion, scoring his second successive victory after being stopped by Kohei Kono back on December 31st. Tepparith had a relatively solid, though 1 sided, victory over the limited Flipino Jecker Buhawe (14-8-1, 9). The scorecards, all reading 119-109 in favour of Kokietgym were reflective of the nature of the bout, though Kokietgym certainly wasn't looking like a man ready to regain a world title quite yet.
Surprisingly in the Dominican Republic a pair of Kazakhstan born fighters also picked up victories, both men stopping their opponents in the opening round. The most notable of those was a a stoppage for Kanat Islam (13-0, 11) who forced the retirement of Jose Antonio Rodriguez (3-15-2, 3) at theend of the opener. The other saw Zhankhozh Turarov (8-0, 3) stopping Alejandro Lebron (4-48-3, 3) in 77 seconds.