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 Last update:  10/8/2010       Read more by Jhonny Gonzalez            &
   
Pongsaklek Wonjongkam Barely Beats Chokchai To Retain
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By Jhonny Gonzalez

At Muang in Srisaket, Thailand, WBC flyweight champion Pongsaklek Wonjongkam (77-3, 40KOs) retained his title with a close, twelve round unanimous decision over Suriyan Por Chokchai (14-5, 4KOs). The scores were 115-114, 114-113 and 115-112. It was surprising that Wonjongkam had so much trouble with a far less experienced challenger. It was the first defense of title Wonjongkam won from popular Japanese fighter Koki Kameda earlier this year.




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comment by Dynamite Kid, on 10-15-2010
[QUOTE=mrpain81]It was crazy how Chokchai puked in the middle of the ring in the middle of the a round, I had never seen that before.[/QUOTE] Yeah, I knew something happened when they were banging it out, that was one of the rounds of the year to imo, but I did not catch what it was in real time...

comment by mrpain81, on 10-15-2010
It was crazy how Chokchai puked in the middle of the ring in the middle of the a round, I had never seen that before.

comment by Dynamite Kid, on 10-15-2010
[QUOTE=LeadUppercut]Far out !! Anyone watch this fight ? I'm trying to work out if this was a stylistic issue, or if Pong is starting to slow down. It appeared to be a pretty straight-forward defence. Does anyone have anymore info? Training/weight/preparation problems? Just an awkward style...

comment by LeadUppercut, on 10-08-2010
[QUOTE=Chups]Some of our all-time accomplished fighters go down to the level of their opponents. It's normal.....such as Salvador Sanchez.[/QUOTE] That is a very good point. It's been traditionally observed, and I kinda have to agree, that a great fighter will usually not fight down to the ...

comment by LeadUppercut, on 10-08-2010
[QUOTE=BIGPOPPAPUMP]At Muang in Srisaket, Thailand, WBC flyweight champion Pongsaklek Wonjongkam .....[/QUOTE] Far out !! Anyone watch this fight ? I'm trying to work out if this was a stylistic issue, or if Pong is starting to slow down. It appeared to be a pretty straight-forward de...

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