In the space of 4, months at the end of 2014 and start of 2015, we saw Zou Shiming (8-1, 2) [邹市明] score his biggest victory as a professional, when he defeated Kwanpichit Onesongchaigym (39-1-2, 24), and suffer his first professional loss, losing a decision to the then IBF Flyweight champion Amnat Ruenroeng (17-1, 5) [อำนาจ รื่นเริง].
On November 5th we'll see Shiming attempt to do the double over Kwanpichit but the Thai has been training with a secret recently, Amnat, who he is hoping will give advice on how to beat Shiming, something the Thai veteran did both as a professional and an amateur.
Whilst training with Amnat will not turn Kwanpichit into a master of the dark arts it has seemingly tought him a few new tricks and helped round off his boxing ability, which has always been a bit basic and limited. Training with Amnat has apparently helped Kwanpichit sit on his punches more and rounded out a number of small things that he'll be hoping to use on the Chinese star when the two men meet in Las Vegas next month.
(Image courtesy of Thairec.com)
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