Thai fans again get some action as Channel 3 air a show from Bangkok.
In the main event Nop Kratingdaenggym (13-0, 3) will be defending his PABA Super Bantamweight title. Sadly we're unsure who Nop will be facing, though we have been told that his opponent will be from South Africa. We do like Nop and think he's very promising however it's a real shame that he's still wasting time against low level of opposition when he could be mixing it against very good regional foes, such as those from Japan or the Philippines.
In Australia we'll see Thailand's limited Pramool Boonpok (1-18-1) battle against Cyrus Peri (4-2-1, 2). Peri has lost 2 of his last 3, and struggled to a win in the other one of those bouts, so it's clear his team are trying to help him rebuild his confidence with this one. From Pramool's view point this allows him to stay busy but it'd be nice to see him do more than just make up the numbers.
In the US fans get another chance to see Kazakh hopeful Shyngyskhan Tazhibay (2-0, 2). The promising 23 year old will be up against his biggest test so far in the form of 25 year old James Robinson (3-3-2, 1). So far Tazhibay has made light work of his opposition, beating his first 2 foes in 3 rounds, but Robinson has never been stopped and could prove to be a good test for the the promising youngster.