August 23rd 1998-Arena, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
Wandee Singwancha (22-3, 5) Vs Rocky Lin (26-1, 11)
In August 1998 Thai teenager Wandee Singwancha travelled to Japan to Japan to take on Rocky Lin in a bout for the WBC "interim" Minimumweight title. Sadly this is the TV edit for the fight, and not the full fight, but this is still worth watching. The sideo also features highlights form other parts of the card, including the WBC Lightweight title bout between Hiroyuki Sakamoto and Cesar Bazan and Jocihiro Tatsuyoshi's bout with Paulie Ayala, which were both on the same card.
May 28th 2009-Cebu Coliseum, Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines
Marvin Sonsona (12-0, 11) Vs Wandee Singwancha (57-10-1, 12)
There are a lot of words used to describe Marvin Sonsona and they range from frustrating to amazing, gifted to lazy but one thing that cannot be argued is "heavy handed", as seen in his numerous KO wins, including his brilliant KO of Akifumi Shimoda. Another man who knows how hard Sonsona hits is Wandee Singwancha [วันดี สิงห์วังชา] who faced a sensational looking 18 year old Sonsona.
May 28th 2013-Convention Towers and Exhibition Center, Hong Kong S.A.R., China
Rex Tso (8-0, 5) vs Wandee Singwancha (67-16-1, 18)
In 2013 Hong Kong's Rex Tso [曹星如] fought former "interim" world champion Wandee Singwancha [วันดี สิงห์วังชา], who at the time of this fight was very much beyond his best.
February 11th 2000-Mahachai Villa Arena, Samut Sakhon, Thailand
Wandee Singwancha (26-3, 6) Vs Jose Antonio Aguirre (22-1-1, 14)
In 2000 Thailand's Wandee Singwancha [วันดี สิงห์วังชา] took on Mexican Jose Antonio Aguirre in a bout for the WBC Minimumweight title.
August 11th 2008-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Wandee Singwancha (56-8-1, 12) Vs Takahisa Masuda (18-7-3, 4)
In 2008 Wandee Singwancha, a former WBC Minimumweight champion, returned to Japan for the first time since he was stripped of the WBC Light Flyweight title, a title he lost for coming in 2½lbs over the limit against Munetsugu Kayo. His opponent this time was Takahisa Masuda, a former OPBF Light Flyweight champion and future WBC Flyweight title challenger.
October 9th 2006-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Wandee Singwancha (48-8-1, 9) Vs Munetsugu Kayo (14-1, 8)
Thailand's Wandee Singwancha enjoyed a career that had it's shares of ups and downs over almost 20 years. A bout that it's self had him on a roller-coaster came in 2006 when he faced Munetsugu Kayo in what was supposed to be a WBC interim Light Flyweight title defense for the Thai, before he failed to make weight. Despite the failure to make weight the bout went ahead in front of a packed Korakuen Hall.
Note-Footage begins in round 4
Regular visitors to our site will know that we like seeing our prospects tested early. We've gone by the idea that if you're good enough then you might as well show it. One man who did just that was Yohei Tobe who had both real self confidence and the strong backing of his team at the Misako Gym who were happy to test him straight away.
In his first fight Tobe faced South Korean champion Jin Ki Jung and then, on June 13th 2011, he jumped in with former world champion Wandee Singwancha, a Thai with 80 fights of professional experience. Singwancha may not have been a natural Super Flyweight, like Tobe, or been in the prime of his career but it was still a potentially tough match up for a 1 fight novice.
Despite the bout being tough on paper Tobe managed to really impress as he not only beat Singwancha but actually stopped him in 2 rounds as he used his speed, size and power to over-come the experience of the Thai.
Whilst things, after this fight, haven't gone perfectly for Tobe he did manage to go on and claim the Japanese Super Flyweight title in just his 10th bout. As for Singwancha his career was ended less than 2 years later when he was stopped by Hong Kong's popular Rex Tso.
(Video courtesy of ibatetsu1)
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