This coming Sunday fans in Bangkok will be able to see a small card, but a card featuring fighters from a number of countries.
One of the bouts will see Thai based Japanese teenager Ryo Hashiya (2-0, 2) take on the limited Detnarong Omkrathok (1-9, 1). The 19 year old Hayashi made his debut back in February and has been impressive so far against total novices, this however should be a better test and give Hashiya a chance to show something new in his arsenal.
Indian hopeful Urvashi Singh (2-0, 2) will be looking to continue her perfect start as she takes on the experienced Sumalee Tongpootorn (8-10-1). Singh, a 23 year old fighter from Dehli, fought twice in June and is clearly being kept busy as she begins her career. The Thai, who has fought as Nongnun Mor Krungthepthonburi, has got experience of fighting at world level, but has lost her last 5 bouts and isn't likely to end that run here.
Another unbeaten fight on this card is China's Zhen Li (2-0, 2), who looks to notch up his third win of the year as he takes on Natthaphon Numnak (0-3). According to Boxrec Li made his debut back in February at the age of 40 and it's clear that he won't have a long career, so it's good to see him being active with this being his 3rd bout in just over 5 months. The local has been stopped in all 3 of his bouts, including an opening round loss last year to the then debuting Hironori Mishiro.
The most notable fighter on this card is former world title challenger Jessebelle Pagaduan (9-1-1, 4), who is set to return to the ring for the first time since January 2017. The Filipino, who is a 2-time world title challenger, will be looking to ease herself back into action here, as she takes on Saranyaphong Theinthong (1-11, 1), who really won't be expected to pose much of a threat at all top Pagaduan.