March 25th 2016-Municipality of Paborn , Phatthalung, Thailand
Saenganan Sithsaithong (15-0, 7) vs Eric Panza (9-6-1, 2)
Thai teenager Saenganan Sithsaithong [แสงอนันต์ ศิษย์ทรายทอง] is one of the many Thai's who is getting attention at a young age. Recently he faced off against Filipino Eric Panza for an IBF regional Bantamweight.
Note-Saenganan has also fought as Sanganan KKP.
It can sometimes be very hard to know how good a fighter is and it seems that that is especially true with Thai fighters who can occasionally look fantastic or awful almost with little real explanation from one performance to the next. One fighter we're still unsure on is Saenganan KKP who we are unsold on, even this early in his career. Saying that however hd did put on one of his better performances as he over-came Joni Mandagi in what proved to be a solid, though unspectacular performance from the unbeaten Thai who looks like he still has a lot of work to do before thinking about being involved in a "real fight"
(Note-This video was previously listed as Saenganan KKP Vs Demsi Manufoe, we have later been informed that it is Joni Mandagi and not Demsi Manufoe in action here)
(Video courtesy of ทีเคโอ มวยโลก)
Although we haven't been totally impressed by Saenganan KKP, especially following his struggle past Domi Nenokeba, he did look much better in his follow up fight, a clear win over Wilber Andogan for the WBC Asian Boxing Council Continental Light Flyweight title.
For Saenganan this is his biggest win to date, saying that however we're still unsure about him, Andogan did his best though he couldn't hit hard enough nor tried hard enought to really test the unbeaten Thai fighter in what was actually a disappointing effort from the Filipino fighter.
Numerous Thai fighters are unbeaten, some are more fortunate than others. From this footage it would seem that Light Flyweight hopeful Saenganan KKP is one of the more fortunate ones, at least on the evidence of his bout with Indonesian Domi Nenokeba.
The bout, a 6 rounder, saw the Thai coming out on top, though he was dropped and made to look very average against a man who really is a journeyman at the end of the day. It seems that Saenganan is a man who will either blast away foes or struggle and struggling with Nenokeba would suggest he's going to struggle a lot when he steps up beyond this level.
(Note-Video lacks rounds 2 and 5, possibly the rounds which won Saenganan the fight)
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