The same couldn't be said for Samartlek just 2 fights ago when he took on Indonesian journeyman Samuel Tehuayo, aka Sammy Hagler, in their second meeting following a previous fight in February 2012.
Samartlek didn't really have many problems with the Indonesian fighter who lacked the skills and power to make life difficult for the Thai though Samartlek himself didn't really impress against his limited foe in a bout that really didn't make anyone think they were watching a future world title challenger. Boxing however is a confusing sport at times and less than 3 months after this fight Samartlek gets his life changing opportunity.
One really interesting thing about Tehuayo is his record. He started his career with an impressive 14-0 record though has since gone 4-24-2 with this bout being the 21st loss. Looking at the fight you can see why he loses so often now he has began fighting international opponents.