The most notable of those bouts will see Thai teenager Stamp Kiatniwat (18-1, 6) take on Filipino visitor Macrea Gandionco (12-5-3, 7). The talented Stamp is riding a 3 fight winning run following his 2016 loss to Kazuto Ioka in a bout for the WBA Flyweight title. The visitor on the other hand has won just 1 of his last 5 bouts and is 0-3-1, with 3 stoppage losses in the Land of Smiles, with another loss expected here.
In Bangkok we'll get two Thai title bouts.
One of those bouts will see Chatchai Or Benjamas (8-10, 6) battle against Fahpituck Por Pakdee (7-4, 4) for the national Light Flyweight title. Chatchai has been stopped in 2 of his last 3, including a 3rd round TKO defeat to the debuting Lu Bin whilst Fahpituck has won just 1 of his last 5 bouts, and is a long way removed from a fighter who was once 6-0.
The other title bout will see the limited but heavy handed Rungpetch Saithonggym (5-4, 5) take on Saksith Yutthana Chaiyonggym (6-5, 4) for a Super Bantamweight title,though with both men only fighting a few days ago there is a chance the bout will now no longer take place.