When a fighter struggles with stamina against one opponent you tend to feel that that becomes an area that the fighter should begin to focus on and attempt to improve. With that in mind we had expected to see an improved Chalermpol Singwancha following his narrow win over Dan Nazareno Jr. In that bout Chalermpol looked out on his feet late on, and had Nazareno had the desire to win we'd have seen the much touted Thai suffer a notable and embarrassing defeat.
Sadly instead of working on his stamina Chalermpol seemed to think the struggles were a one off and went into his next bout, against Amor Tino, only to find out that the same issues were there late on.
Despite starting brightly Chalermpol couldn't put much of a dent into Tino early on and in the second half of the fight the Filipino really came back strong. Again Chalermpol had blown his tank and was forced to struggle through the latter rounds with a significantly reduced work rate. It was clear that it wasn't a one off in the Nazareno fight but that the Thai really did have issues with his stamina.
Thankfully for Chalermpol he was at home and managed to take the bout with a decision though the score cards of 116-112,118-110,118-110 really did flatter the Thai who should now be very aware that he has a lot of work to do on his fitness