Toshihiko Era 114, Detnarong Omkrathok 115 for ABF Super Fly Battle Thursday in Bangkok; Yuya Nakamura Wanting Redemption

Toshihiko Era (5-1, 4 KO's) of Osaka, Japan, battles tough Thai warrior Detnarong Omkrathok

By Carlos Costa

Successful weigh-in ceremony for the vacant PAT-Asian Boxing Federation (ABF) 10-rounder title battle featuring super Flyweight samurai Toshihiko Era (5-1, 4 KO’s) of Osaka, Japan, battling tough Thai warrior Detnarong Omkrathok (3-9, 1 KO) Thursday evening, April 11, at Ram 100 Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, Kingdom of Thailand 💥💥

Face Off. Toshihiko Era and Detnarong Omkrathok


Both fighters come from wins in their respective last combats, wanting their first clash of 2019 to be another victory. Who will prevail, the hard-hitting Japanese, or the former muay thai combatant?

Toshihiko Era (R) and Detnarong Omkrathok


Toshihiko scaled-in at 114 lbs., while Detnarong came-in at the limit of the weight class, 115 pounds, and may the best man win.

The co-main feature will showcase the return to combat of Japanese bantamweight warrior Yuya Nakamura (9-3-1, 7 KO’s) 🥊🥊 against experienced Cebuano Rollen Del Castillo (19-16-2, 9 KO’s) in a non-title 8-rounder that could be a tough duel for the man from Osaka.

In his last outing, Nakamura was brutalized by unbeaten Filipino former WBA interim champion Reymart Gaballo (21-0, 18 KO’s) last February in Manila; being this the chance for Yuya Nakamura to get back into the winning column. Will he be able to do it?

MORE HIGHLAND FIGHTS AT RAM 100 BOXING STADIUM IN BANGKOK

In an All-Thai affair, Awirut Chaladloes (5-2-1, 4 KO’s) of Suphan Buri in central-eastern Thailand and compatriot Jirapat Jorajan (3-11, 2 KO’s) hailing from the Thai Capital, Bangkok, both tipped the PAT (Professional Boxing Authority of Thailand) scale at identical 112 pounds for their six-chapter saga in the flyweight division.

French warrior Lady Loetizia Campana and Japanese bantamweight Yuya Nakamura pose during weighin in Bangkok

In women’s boxing, French warrior lady Loetizia Campana (3-5, 1 KO) made 113 pounds for her collision against the younger Chuleeporn Konthon, a former stand out muay thai fighter who recorded 113 lbs as well. Their six-stanza rumble can not be missed.

Exciting Muay Thai combats will complement the entertaining evening of boxing in Bangkok.

Chuleeporn Konthon Muay Thai warrior, will try boxing against French Loetizia Campana

Promoters for the exciting boxing show are experienced Thai man of boxing Supanat Chanram in association with award-winning Filipino promoter Brico Langbay Santig of the Highland Boxing Team.
Ring doctor is Dr. Jirasak Bubpachart 👍👍 and may best men and women win.

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The author Carlos Costa is a Panama boxing reporter living in the Philippines. Carlos can be reached at carlos512@hotmail.com and whatsapp/viber +639184538152.

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