The televised card kicked off with a victory for Prakaithong Boxingboy (5-0, 1). We're not certain who Boxingby beat but the fight was an entertaining battle with his opponent bringing the action early before Boxingboy figured him out and turned the screw in an impressive performance.
The main event came second on the television broadcast as Tabtimdaeng Na Rachawat (48-2, 32) defeated Filipino challenger Nathan Bolcio (11-6-2, 4). The bout, an entertaining scrap from the opening round, was crude but great fun to watch as both men threw bombs at each other with bad intentions.
Eventually the bombs and tenacity of Tabtimdaeng were enough to wear down Bolcio who was retired between rounds after beginning to take a bit of a beating.
As well as the fights in Thailand there was also action in China.
The main event of the Chinese show saw Alex Leapai (29-4-3, 24) retain his WBO Asia Pacific Heavyweight title by stopping Mexican challenger Felipe Romero (16-7-1, 11) in 9 rounds. We've got to admit to being perplexed as to how Romero qualified to fight for the title though we're glad he lost.
The only other result we have from the Chinese card saw Qiu Xiao Jun (8-2, 3) scoring his most notable victory out pointing Filipino Jilo Merlin (13-17-2, 2) for the WBC Asia Council Continental Super Bantamweight title.
Along side the 2 main titles fights the show in China also featured 4 undercard bouts. These saw stoppages for Xiang Jing (5-3, 1) who took out Aekarthit Kanyaprom (0-1) in the 3rd round and Lu Erhaci (1-0, 1) who stopped Leonard (0-1) in round 2.
The remaining bouts were close decisions with victories for Zhang Yong Ming (1-0), who took a split decision over Denkapton Pakdee Gym (0-1), and female fighter Hu Die (2-0) who took a split decision over Saroj (0-1).
We also had title action in Japan at the Korakuen Hall as part of a 6 bout show.
The show kicked with female action as Ayana Miyasaka (1-0, 1) got off to a dream debut stopping Ozora Hikaru (0-2) in just 91 seconds. An impressive debut for Miyasaka on paper though this is the second opening round stoppage loss for Hikaru.
The Miyasaka/Hikaru bout was one of two scheduled for 4 rounds with the other being Ippei Azuma (2-0, 1) against Kota Okui (1-1). This one went the scheduled with Azuma taking a clear decision victory over Okui.
The show then had a trio of scheduled 8 round bouts, surprisingly however only 1 of the contests actually went the whole distance. The bout that did reach the final bell saw Masashi Tada (11-3-1, 7) taking a very hard fought and close decision over the light punching but talented Kazuaki Moriya (11-4, 1).
Rather oddly the other two scheduled 8 round contests both ended in technical decisions. These technical decisions saw Atsushi Hosogai (5-7) upsetting Tomoya Murata (5-4, 2) thanks to a 5 round tehcnical decision and Takaaki Ishikawa (10-4, 5) over coming Ganbare Shota (10-4-1, 2) via a 7 round decision.
The main event on the show saw Japanese Super Bantamweight champion Hidenori Otake (21-1-3, 9) defending his title against the surprisingly competitive Yukinori Hisanaga (15-5-2, 9). Although one judge had it a wide decision in favour of the champion one of the judges had it very close and it certainly was more competitive than we'd expected before the show.