The main event saw former WBO Bantamweight world champion Pungluang Sor Singyu (46-2, 31) successfully retaining his WBO international title as he stopped over-matched Filipino Romnick Magos (9-3, 5) in the 3rd round. This was a total mismatch as everyone would have expected though it's a result that will have helped Pungluang maintain his WBO ranking ahead of a possible fight with Tomoki Kameda somewhere down the line.
On the undercard Kwanpichit OnesongchaiGym (24-0-2, 10) defeated Cheroenchai Sithsaithong (4-6, 3), also via a 3rd round TKO. Ranked #3 by the WBO and #14 by the WBA Kwanpichit won't be preparing himself for world title bouts with contests like this, but as with many Thai's the biggest issue is with him staying active as opposed to him really developing his skill set in one fight.
The rest of the card saw Thewa Tor Surat (3-0, 1) defeat Suor Carryboy (9-9-1. 4) via decision over 6 rounds, Anrey Onesongchaigym (5-1-1, 2) stopping debutant Mamai Lookmaelampoei (0-1), in a female contest, and also an unexpected upset as Anuntachai Sor Por Lor Krungthep (6-6, 4) stopped Thongtaeng Muangsima (5-3) in the second round.
As well as the fights in Thailand there was also action in Australia. These bouts were disappointing from the view point of the Asian fighters involved as both Roberto Oyan (20-41-5, 7) and Dennis Tubieron (16-3-1, 7) were both stopped. Oyan was stopped by Kye MacKenzie (6-0, 4) in an Australian Super Featherweight title bout whilst Tubieron was stopped by Valentine Borg (6-0, 4).
In Russia Murat Gassiev (14-0, 9) successfully defended the WBC Youth Cruiserweight title as he clearly out pointed Ivica Bacurin (16-4-1, 7). Although Gassiev couldn't force a stoppage he did drop his opponent twice.