September 29th 2016-Thailand
Sirimongkol Singwancha (90-2, 57) Vs Carlos Roberto (?-?)
Earlier this week Thai fans had the chance to see former 2-weight world champion Sirimongkol Singwancha [ศิริมงคล สิงห์วังชา] fight for the 93rd time as he took on Brazilian novice Carlos Roberto. The bout, a tune up for the Thai before a 2017 bout with Azizbek Abdugofurov, was a tougher tests than the Thai likely expected.
June 23rd 2016-Satrimahapuektharam School, Bangkok, Thailand
Sirimongkol Singwancha (89-2, 56) vs Chaokeng Laos PDR (0-0)
This past week Thai fans had the chance to see veteran Sirimongkol Singwancha [ศิริมงคล สิงห์วังชา], now known as Sirimongkol Eaimthuam on boxrec.com, attempt to record his 90th victory. In the opposite corner was Chaokeng Laos PDR.
April 28th 2016-Morseng Center Udon Thani, Thailand
Sirimongkol Singwancha (88-2, 56) vs Song Zhao Shu (0-0)
This past Thursday Thai veteran Sirimongkol Singwancha [ศิริมงคล สิงห์วังชา] fought for the 91st time, as he continued to edge towards win 100. In the opposite corner was novice Song Zhao Shu.
May 14th 2005-MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Sirimongkol Singwancha (47-2, 27) vs Michael Clark (34-2, 15)
In 2005 Thailand's Sirimongkol Singwangcha [ศิริมงคล สิงห์วังชา] began his hunt to become a 3-weight world champion. A huge step towards that goal saw him fight in a WBC Lightweight eliminator against American Michael Clark.
August 15th 2003-Convention Center, Austin, Texas, USA
Sirimongkol Singwancha (43-1, 25) Vs Jesus Chavez (39-2, 28)
Thailand's Sirimongkol Singwancha [ศิริมงคล สิงห์วังชา] has certainly had an interesting career. He debuted way back in 1994 and quickly rose through the ranks claiming the WBC Bantamweight title in the 1990's. By 2002 he had climbed through the weights and become a 2-weight world champion, by winning the WBC Super Featherweight title. In 2003 he travelled to the US to defend that 130lb title against the talented Jesus Chavez. Amazing Sirimongkol still fights today and is currently campaigning at Middleweight aged 38.
January 13th 2003-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Sirimongkol Singwancha (41-1, 24) vs Yong Soo Choi (19-3-1, 19)
The Korakuen Hall has played host to numerous great fighters, many of which have been Japanese locals. Here however we get two visitors at the "Holy Land" of Japanese boxing. The bouts sees the then WBC Super Featherweight champion Sirimongkol Singwancha [ศิริมงคล สิงห์มนัสศักดิ์] defending the title against former WBA champion Yong Soo Choi [최용수].
February 5th 2014-City Hall, Haikou, China
Sirimongkol Singwancha (76-2, 48)* Vs Xing Xin Yang (6-2-2, 4)
Thailand's Sirimongkol Singwancha [ศิริมงคล สิงห์มนัสศักดิ์ ] is likely to be boxing's next centurion as he edged towards 100 wins. This bout from back in early 2004 saw him fighting outside of Thailand for the 7th time in his professional career, as he went to Chian to face Xing Xin Yang.
*The announced record show's Sirimongkol Singwancha with 1 less win than his boxrec record
January 26th 2016-Wat Itisukto, Hua Hin, Thailand
Sirimongkol Singwancha (87-2, 55) vs Willy Whipple (0-0)
Earlier this week Thai veteran Sirimongkol Singwancha [ศิริมงคล สิงห์วังชา] took part in his 90th bout, as he faced debuting American Willy Whipple.
August 24th 2002-Kokugikan, Tokyo, Japan
Sirimongkol Singwancha (39-1, 22) v Kengo Nagashima (21-1-1, 12)
In 2002 Japanese fans saw Sirimongkol Singwancha [ศิริมงคล สิงห์วังชา] return to the country where he had lost an absolute thriller against Joichiro Tatsuyoshi around 5 years previous. This time Sirimongkol was fighting at 130lb and was facing off Kengo Nagashima [健吾長島] for the vacant WBC world title.
If you missed Singwancha Vs Tatsuyoshi that bout is here, and it really is an amazing fight.
November 12th 2015-Rajamongkol Technology University, Klong 6 Pathum Thani, Thailand
Sirimongkol Singwancha (86-2, 55) Vs Felipe Nascimento (0-3)
Thai veteran Sirimongkol Singwancha was in action earlier this week as he faced the little known Felipe Nascimento, a Thai based Brazilian.
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