Advertisement
Advertisement
Boxingscene.com

Chris John vs. Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo in Play For 11/9

WBA world featherweight champion Chris John will fight Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo in his 17th title defense in Singapore on Nov. 9.

Toni Priatna, an assistant at Harry’s Gym where Chris trains, says that the Thai boxer has been undefeated in 44 matches.

People should look at the boxers the Thai fought against to measure his strength, Toni cautioned.

“He [Piriyapinyo] might have never fought a world [class] boxer,” Toni said on Monday as quoted by Antara news agency.

Piriyapinyo’s last match was against Richard Olisa of the Philippines in Thailand on June 1, while Chris’ last battle was against Japan’s Shoji Kimor on May 5 in Singapore, where the Indonesian pugilist won on decision, 118-109, 117-110 and 118-109).

Chris, who has been nicknamed The Dragon, is 47-2-0, including 22 KOs, while Piriyapinyo is 44-0-0, including 27 KOs.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Hougigo on 10-03-2012

[QUOTE=-Kev-;12572957] You actually got in to the line to get into the line for tickets? You must know somebody. Bro, I had to make an appointment, just to make an appointment, to get in line to get into the line…

Comment by PACnPBFsuck on 10-03-2012

[QUOTE=robert53;12573675]Why would John fight in the U.S. He was robbed in the 1st fight with Juarez. He beat Yordan who Guerrero punked out against. He gave JMM a boxing lesson. [B]He is working on his legacy now,like Floyd[/B].[/QUOTE] [IMG]http://img838.imageshack.us/img838/3557/fullretards.gif[/IMG]

Comment by -PBP- on 10-03-2012

Wow. A mega-fight between two all time greats with a combined record of 91-0-2. 93 have tried and 93 have failed.

Comment by robert53 on 10-03-2012

Why would John fight in the U.S. He was robbed in the 1st fight with Juarez. He beat Yordan who Guerrero punked out against. He gave JMM a boxing lesson. He is working on his legacy now,like Floyd.

Comment by forget on 10-03-2012

[QUOTE=Light_Speed;12573420]Well he did beat Marquez.[/QUOTE] That was debatable.

Post a Comment - View More User Comments (18)
Top Headlines Cecilia Braekhus Destroys Ann-Sophie Mathis in Two Rounds Towell's Management Unaware of Headaches Before Tragic Bout David Price, Vincent Feigenbutz, Leon Bauer Win in Germany Dimitrenko Furious, Plans To Protest KO Loss To Joseph Parker Braehmer vs. Cleverly: CompuBox Historical Review Promoter: Going Forward, Parker Will Be One Dangerous Bastard! Tyson Fury With Cryptic Tweet of Scarface as Cocaine Mess Looms Juergen Braehmer-Nathan Cleverly: Pre-Fight Report Card WBO Contacts British Board Over Tyson Fury Cocaine Scandal Frank Warren: Can Fury Return Stronger if He Beats His Demons? Photos: Manny Pacquiao Training Hard For Jessie Vargas Clash Golovkin's Coach: Options Lacking at 168, No Reason To Move Up Cleverly Hungry To Relive The Dream of Being World Champion Parker Stops Dimitrenko In Three, Retains Mandatory Slot Frank Warren: Show in Cardiff Keeps Getting Bigger and Better Carl Froch, Johnny Nelson Split on Braehmer-Cleverly Outcome Anthony Mundine Seriously Considering a Future in Politics Joseph Parker Aims To Make a Big Statement With Dimitrenko Braehmer-Cleverly: Five Years Later, Yet Right On Time Peter Quillin Starts Rebuilding Career - With Virgil Hunter! Mikkel Kessler Expects Big Things From His Protege Khattab Joseph Parker Compares Younger Brother To 'Little Mike Tyson' Erik Ruiz Shocks Hanzel Martinez, John Vera Blasts Out Zizic Arum: De La Hoya is Like a Momma in How He Protects Canelo! Upset Alert: Dominguez Stops Payasito Hernandez In Four Petrov Batters Perez For TKO, in Line For Linares-Crolla Winner Mike Lee Drops, Outworks Chris Traietti To Grab Clear Decision Mike Towell Dies From Injuries in Knockout Loss To Dale Evans Joseph Parker's Promoter: Andy Ruiz on Board With The Fight Mauricio Herrera vs. Pablo Cesar Cano on November 18 WBO, WBA Keeping Close Eye on Tyson Fury Cocaine Scandal AIBA Developing Anti-Betting Program For Boxers Photos: Humberto Soto, Daniel Ruiz Prepared For Mexican War Klitschko's Manager: Fury is Most Unworthy Champion in History! Ed Brown, Alejandro Hernandez Ready For Respective Bouts Manny Pacquiao: No Reason To Apologize For Past Drug Use Kovalev, Bellew Backing Cleverly To Overcome Braehmer Nehomar Cermeno's Win Opens The Door For Scott Quigg Clash Peralta Leaves Cab at Home, Heads To Miami With New Coach Photos: Joseph Parker, Alexander Dimitrenko - Ready For War
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement