The show kicked off with an entertaining opener which featured plenty of action before going to the main event.
In the main event former world champion Pornsawan Porpramook (28-6-1, 17) was sensationally upset as he lost his interim PABA Light Flyweight title to the unheralded Filipino challenger Rey Loreto (17-13, 9).
It was obvious from the off that Loreto hadn't traveled to Bangkok to lose, and this showed from the opening round as he went on the front foot early and hurt the former WBA Minimumweight champion several times. The success of Loreto was highlighted by him dropping Pornsawan hard in round 4, one of the best rounds of the fight, before inflicting a cut on the Thai in the following round.
Although Pornsawan fought several rounds with the cut it worsened later on as Loreto repeatedly caught him upstairs with fast stinging shots that later forced a premature ending to the fight with the doctor ruling Pornsawan unfit to continue and the judges being called into action to award a technical decision to Loreto.
This was the 22 year old Loreto's fifth fight on Thailand where he is now 2-3. Incidentally this is his second successive upset in the country following a notable upset over Wisanu Kokietgym back in June 2011.
Following the Loreto/Pornsawan bout there was another bout on the televised card though unfortunately we've been unable to identify the fighters at this point.
Although we're not sure which bout was where, what we do know is that Nop Kratingdaenggym (4-0, 1) out pointed Jovill Marayan (8-14-3, 3) in one of three bouts that went to a decision. The other two saw former world title contender Hirofumi Mukai (9-2-1, 1) defeating Bum-Young Lee (8-6-2, 3) and Stamp Kiatniwat (3-0, 1) defeating the debuting Auto Golf Snooker (0-1).
Things weren't any better for Auto Golf Snooker's stablemate Porto Gold Snooker (0-1) who was stooed by Inthanon Sithchamuang (19-5, 10) in the opening round. Sithchamuang was one of two fighters to score a stoppage with Taiwo Ali (12-3, 7) stopping the debuting Rungpetch Saimunwitaya (0-1) in the fourth round.
In the US Afghan born Canadian Arash Usmanee (20-1-1, 10) put on an excellent performance as he scored a unanimous draw against Dominican Argenis Mendez (21-2-1, 11). Usmanee threw over 1000 punches as attempted to claim the IBF Super Featherweight title, unfortunately he just failed to take the decision on the scorecards despite the excellent effort.