This past Saturday, July 21st 2018, fight fans had a chance to see a card held at Workpoint Studio, Bang Phun in Thailand. The card wasn't a huge one, but did again show the quality of show that Workpoint are putting out with their promotional partner, Nakornluang Boxing Promotion.
This particular card featured 2 very notable bouts The first of those was a bout between Nawaphon Por Chokchai (41-1, 33) and Yodsingdaeng Jor Chaijinda (16-7, 10), with Yodsingdaeng being a late replacement for Shota Kawaguchi (21-10-1, 9) with the second being a showcase for WBC Super Flyweight champion Srisaket Sor Rungvisai (45-4-1, 40) and Korean veteran Young Gil Bae (28-6-2, 22).
(Video courtesy of Workpoint Official)
October 25th 2003-Hwarang Music Hall, Ansan, South Korea
Young Gil Bae (1-1, 1) vs Chan Sung Lee (0-1)
Back in October 2003 Korean fans saw future world title contender Young Gil Bae [배영길] battle against domestic foe Chan Sung Lee in a 4 round Flyweight bout.
February 23th 2004- Culture Hall, Muju, South Korea
Young Gil Bae (4-1, 2) vs Jong Chan Lee (3-0)
In 2004 Korean fight fans had the chance to see Young Gil Bae take on the unbeaten Jong Chan Lee
May 14th 2016-Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center, Hong Kong S.A.R., China
Rex Tso (18-0, 11) vs Young Gil Bae (27-5-1, 21)
Yesterday Hong Kong fans had the chance to see local star Rex Tso [曹星如] face off against former world title challenger Young Gil Bae [배영길].
November 24th 2015-Chonburi, Thailand
Wanheng Menayothin (39-0, 14) v Young Gil Bae (26-4-1, 21)
We don't get many Korean world title challengers, though this week we did see Young Kil Bae fight at the top level as he took on WBC Minimumweight champion Wanheng Menayothin. Although Bae failed to make weight for the bout, and couldn't possibly win the title, the contest went on as planned for a bout that looked like a mismatch on paper.
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