After several busy weeks with mid-week title fights it seems "normality" has resumed and this weeks bouts kick off on Tuesday.
At the Rangsit International Stadium in Thailand veteran, multi-time world champion Sirimongkol Singmanasak (70-2, 42) attempts to defend his WBC Asia Council Continental Welterweight title for the first time. The 36 year old Thai will be facing novice 24 year old Mohamadreza Hamze (2-1) of Iran.
Although the match is a mismatch on paper, it's a rematch of Hamze's debut in which he managed to survive 12 rounds with Singmanasak, though lost a unanimous decision by a score of 119-108 on all 3 cards. That bout, back in 2011 saw Hamze looking very impressive for a debutant, though he does have a solid kick-boxing background which is likely why he has been matched so tough as a professional.