PAK NAM, Thailand — The stage is set for action as boxers successfully made weigh ahead of the TanTelecom Promotions WBA ASIA double-header set for Sunday, September 6, at The Blue Arena in Pak Nam, just south of Thailand’s capital, Bangkok.
In the main event, Thailand’s WBA ASIA Super Featherweight Champion Campee Phayom (20-4-2, 12 KO’s) defends his Asian Title from the fists of former 2-time WBO World Champion Pungluang Sor Singyu (53-8, 35 KO’s), a competitive battle hard for fans to predict.
The younger, less-experienced Campee stepped-in at 129.9 lbs (58.92 kilos), while the always tough Pungluang (in Thai: ผึ้งหลวง ส.สิงห์อยู่) made 129.8 pounds (58.87 kilos) on the scale.
For years, the still glory-hungry Pungluang, 32, has propelled himself all over the world, from Thailand to Las Vegas to Africa, engaging in action with some of the strongest fighters in the planet, fans wondering if Campee has the resources to handle him?
Will the 22-year-old Campee deal the former world champion a stunning defeat on Thai national TV? Or will battle-tested Pungluang still have too many skills in him to outclass and dethrone the reigning WBA ASIA Champion?
CO-FEATURE: NATTAPONG VS WITTAWAS FOR WBA ASIA SOUTH
For the co-main event, Thailand’s unbeaten WBA ASIA South Super Flyweight Kingpin Nattapong Jankaew (5-0, 3 KO’s) defends his title against veteran former WBC Asian titlist Wittawas Basapean (34-13-1, 12 KO’s).
At the scales, the 24-year-old Nattapong weighed-in at 115 lbs (52.16 kilos), looking in excellent shape, while his more tried out challenger Wittawas stepped-on at 114.9 pounds (52.12 kgs); and who will emerge VICTORIOUS?
The WBA ASIA double-header tomorrow Sunday, September 6, at the Blue Arena here in Pak Nam, Kingdom of Thailand, is a production of TANTELECOM Promotions live on Thailand’s Channel T Sports.
First fight starts at 5 PM (Thai Time)