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jont
11-04-2004, 12:13 AM
I always thought this flyweight was one of the most skilled fighter in the nineties. his loss to a much larger Pacquiao is definitely no shame especially after outboxing the Pinoy boxer and being ahead till the knockout. Sasakul is now on the comeback, has anyone seen any of his recent fights? And does he have the speed and skills left to seriously contend at 115?

muay
11-04-2004, 02:04 AM
Six years after being KTFO'd by the PacMan and 14 wins after over (1W-6L), (22W-26L), (1W-13L) :D patsies...i must say that the skills are intact BUT the heart is no longer there. Pac destroyed the real Chartchai Sasakul and took his heart out.

psychopath
11-07-2004, 08:39 PM
Six years after being KTFO'd by the PacMan and 14 wins after over (1W-6L), (22W-26L), (1W-13L) :D patsies...i must say that the skills are intact BUT the heart is no longer there. Pac destroyed the real Chartchai Sasakul and took his heart out.



:D Bro Manny Pacquiao is not the Destroyer for nothing . . . what happened to Lebwada . . . to Lucero . . . to MAB after Manny destroyed them? Wait till JMM garner enough courage to meet Manny again . . . and see what will happen to him after THEIR FIGHT. ;)

garretrevels
11-07-2004, 09:31 PM
Six years after being KTFO'd by the PacMan and 14 wins after over (1W-6L), (22W-26L), (1W-13L) :D patsies...i must say that the skills are intact BUT the heart is no longer there. Pac destroyed the real Chartchai Sasakul and took his heart out.
never seen this guy but nicely said muay_thai

orange
11-07-2004, 09:41 PM
I saw Sasakul against Pac...
Sasakul is a great fighter with a speed like a cat...good counter puncher with a lot of speed...good footwork also.....
I think he is one of the best fighter in thailand...

I think he will be a world champion again...

During the fight with Pac, many thought he will gonna win until he was caught by Pac with a devastating power then he was KOed....he was trying to get up instead he rolled down on the canvass....hehehehehe

garretrevels
11-07-2004, 09:48 PM
im gonna have to check that fight out sounds interesting

muay
11-07-2004, 10:42 PM
im gonna have to check that fight out sounds interesting

It was a boxing clinic all the way...until Pac nailed his trademark straight left, right on the button. KTFO cold.

psychopath
11-07-2004, 11:52 PM
I saw Sasakul against Pac...
Sasakul is a great fighter with a speed like a cat...good counter puncher with a lot of speed...good footwork also.....
I think he is one of the best fighter in thailand...

I think he will be a world champion again...

During the fight with Pac, many thought he will gonna win until he was caught by Pac with a devastating power then he was KOed....he was trying to get up instead he rolled down on the canvass....hehehehehe


That's right . . . the guy was sleak . . . beating Manny in every punch then moving away out of the harms way avoiding Manny's onslaught until he got caught with just one solid left which slowed himdown and make him lose his bearing. The rest was history. The guy was really a great fighter.

jont
11-08-2004, 01:25 PM
What are the chances of Sasakul ever getting a title fight? Would he be favored to beat Kawashima I've never seen him fight before.

psychopath
11-08-2004, 05:28 PM
What are the chances of Sasakul ever getting a title fight? Would he be favored to beat Kawashima I've never seen him fight before.


Sasakul's chances of getting a title fight depends on two factors . . . 1) on his performance and showing on this come back fight . . . 2) on his manager and promoters capability to negotiate.

If he shows flashes of his old brilliance inside that ring then I'll say Kawashima is in trouble. :cool:

Silencer
11-10-2004, 09:59 PM
Sasakul has a very good chance of being a world champ again. Think he still has the skills and speed. Just hope that his opponent would not be a look-a-like of Manny. :):):)

jont
11-11-2004, 01:26 AM
Sasakul should step up his competition a bit. Perhaps a fight at 115 with some of Japans better fighters could help him get back into fighting stiffer comp? Would like to see if he really has something left. Are there any other Thais that could contend for a title at 115 or 118?

THRILLAinmanila
11-11-2004, 01:38 AM
Six years after being KTFO'd by the PacMan and 14 wins after over (1W-6L), (22W-26L), (1W-13L) :D patsies...i must say that the skills are intact BUT the heart is no longer there. Pac destroyed the real Chartchai Sasakul and took his heart out.


couldn't have said it any better :)

Epie2
11-12-2004, 11:31 PM
Sasakul was Thailand's hero who was undefeated until he met the pre-Freddie Roach Pacquiao. I'd like to see Sasakul fight the comebacking Gerry Peņalosa. However, Gerry is now fighting at 118. I'd pick Sasakul over Kawashima for the WBC 115 title.