January 8th 1995-Central Stadium, Phrae, Thailand
Samson Dutch Boy Gym (5-0, 4) vs Rolando Pascua (39-11, 15)
In 1995 a then novice Samson Dutch Boy Gym [แซมซั่น ดัทช์บอยยิม] faced off with former world champion Rolando Pascua. Impressively this was only Samson's 6th professional bout, showing just how good he was.
February 16th 1992-Samut Prakan, Thailand
Samson Dutch Boy Gym (0-0) vs Young Elmer (3-2-2)
Thai fighter Samson Dutch Boy Gym is best known for his lengthy unbeaten run, here we see him beginning career against Filipino foe Young Elmer.
November 22nd 1996-Provincial Stadium, Surin, Thailand
Samson Dutch Boy Gym (19-0, 18) vs Alexander Makhmutov (26-3, 14)
One of the more notable wins scored by Samson Dutch Boy Gym [แซมซั่น กระทิงแดงยิม] saw him over-come Alexander Makhmutov, who had challenged Saen Sor Ploenchit for the WBA title just 2 months earlier. Makhmutov would later go on to become a 2-time European champion and challenger Omar Andres Narvaez.
June 24th 1997-Chaiyaphum, Thailand
Samson Dutch Boy Gym (23-0, 21) vs Hugo Rafael Soto (47-4-2, 33)
Usually when we think of Samson Dutch Boy Gym [แซมซั่น กระทิงแดงยิม] we think of a guy who didn't really fight anyone. The truth however is that he has several notable wins on his record including a win over Hugo Rafael Soto, who would later go on to claim the WBA Flyweight title, having previously lost in bouts for the WBC and WBO variants. At the age of 36, in 2004, he also managed to go the distance with the naturally bigger and much younger Jorge Linares.
November 5th 1994-Provincial Stadium, Chiang Rai, Thailand
Samson Dutch Boy Gym (4-0, 3) vs Ippo Gala (1-7-1)
Thailand's Samson Dutch Boy Gym [แซมซั่น กระทิงแดงยิม] ran up an incredible record during his career with a number of really notable wins during a long reign as the WBF Super Flyweight champion. Hie first defense of that title saw the Thai take on Ippo Gala, who would later face Manny Pacquiao.
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