The most recent Thai to lose a world title is former WBO Bantamweight champion Pungluang Sor Singyu (43-2, 28). Sor Singyu, who lost the title Paulus Ambunda back in March, returns to the ring for the first time as he takes on Fredirex Rodriguez (11-2-1, 8) in a bout for the WBO International Bantamweight title. It's hard to see Sor Singyu losing this one and we'd expect him to work his way back to a world title bout sooner rather than later.
On a different card we see former WBA Super Flyweight champion Tepparith Kokietgym (22-3, 13) looking to score his second successive victory since losing to Kohei Kono at the end of 2012. Tepparith will be facing Jecker Buhawe (14-7-1, 9) in a bout for the interim WBC Asian Boxing Council Super Flyweight title.
On the same show as Tepparith's bout there are also fights for stablemates Petch Kokietgym (17-1, 3) and Ratchasak Kokietgym (15-2-1, 7). Petch will be looking for his 11th successive victory as he takes on the experienced Elmar Francisco (16-18-2, 4), it's fair to say that Petch will be expected to come out on top here.
For Ratchasak things are even more simple as he takes on Pisanuthep Sithsaithong (0-0) a fighter who is making his professional debut and will not be expected to be too much of a problem.
At the moment there is only 1 other bout confirmed for the card as Padjai Yongyuthgym (15-1-2, 10) takes on Randy Megrino (12-14-2, 7).
In Australia Thai hopes lie with Superjames Singmanasak (3-11, 2) who will need to score the biggest victory of his career if he's to upset the unbeaten Australian Mark Schleibs (2-0, 2). Whilst Schleibs is inexperienced Singmanasak has yet to record any wins of note and we can't see him scoring the upset here.