One of the many rising Thai prospects is Super Flyweight hopeful Eaktawan Mor Krungthepthonburi who began his professional campaign back in September 2013 when he debuted against Chamuakpetch Kor Kamolwat and immediately looked like "one to watch".
Straight from the off Eaktawan showed an ability to go forward or backwards at will, it wasn't his opponent forcing him to do anything but all his choice. He then quickly showed a lovely variety of shots, wonderful composure and intelligent stalking mentality. It was clear his opponent was over-matched but it was still a joy to see Eaktawan in action and the KO to finish the contest was nothing short of terrifying.
Of course for all the positives there were some issues, most of which were defensive issues that will be sorted out with experience and gym time. The way he pulls his head back for example, though there was so many positives to take from this debut that we're very excited.
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