At the time of this bout Jeon, best known for his 2010 loss to Milan Melindo, was viewed as a promising Korean Prospect and came in to this bout with just 1 loss from 10 bouts, a stoppage to the then OPBF Super Flyweight champion Kuniyuki Aizawa. As for Suriyan he was a complete unknown outside of the hardcore Thai fans who had perhaps seen him in action in his homeland.
We won't ruin the result of the fight though it's fair to say that both men have gone very different ways in their career following this bout with Suriyan having become a world champion in 2011 whilst Jeon is a long forgotten fighter who we believe has since retired. And despite neither looking world class here the fight was an enjoyable one with several rounds of very fun to watch high-octane inside work from both
Note, this bout was on the same card as Hayato Kimura Vs Little Roseman.