07/16/2016 Miguel Berchelt vs. Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo

Date:   Saturday, July 16, 2016

INTERIM WBO JR. LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE BOUT

Location:   Mexico City, Mexico

Promoter:    Zanfer Promotions / Fernando Beltran

Supervisor:  Rolando Marcos Hermoso

Referee:  Roberto Ramirez Jr.

Judges:  Roberto Ramirez Sr.; Patricia Morse Jarman; Larry Hazzard Jr.

Results:    The WBO Interim Jr. Lightweight Championship Title was won by Miguel Berchelt against Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo by KO  in the fourth round.

TV:  USA HBO, Germany RTL

Berchelt retains WBO interim 130lb title

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WBO interim Junior Lightweight champion Miguel “Alacrán” Berchelt (29-1, 26 KOs) retained his belt with a fourth round KO over WBO #2 rated challenger Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo (61-3, 41 KOs) on Saturday night at the Polideportivo Soraya Jimenez in Los Reyes La Paz, Mexico. In round four, Berchelt dropped Piriyapinyo with a left hand. Piriyapinyo beat the count, but Berchelt battered him to the deck again for the count. Time was 2:59.

 

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Berchelt defenderá su título ante Piriyapinyo el 16/7 en México

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Mérida.- El campeón mundial interino de peso superpluma de la Organización Mundial de Boxeo (OMB), y púgil estelar de Max Boxing, Miguel “Alacrán” Berchelt, defenderá por vez primera su corona el 16 de julio próximo en el Estado de México, donde enfrentará al muy experimentado y peligroso barretero tailandés Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo en una función promovida por Zánfer y que será transmitida por Azteca 7 a todo México y el mundo.

El presidente de Max Boxing y apoderado de Berchelt, Mario Abraham Xacur, informó que Berchelt está listo para hacer en la localidad de Los Reyes la Paz la primera defensa del título que ganó en Mérida el 12 de marzo pasado ante el británico George Jupp y la hará ante un rival que le dobla en experiencia con un récord de 63 peleas, 61 de ellas ganadas, 41 por la vía del nocaut.

En toda esa cantidad de peleas, el tailandés Piriyapinyo solo ha perdido en dos ocasiones, y nunca ha sabido lo que es ser noqueado. Sus dos únicas derrotas fueron ante el duradero ex monarca mundial indonesio Chris John, quien lo venció por decisión en Singapur y, ni más ni menos, que ante el actual monarca mundial regular de los superplumas de la OMB, Vasyl Lomachenko que lo superó por esa misma vía en Macao, China.

Por cierto, el tailandés es una de las dos víctimas de Lomachenko que no han sucumbido ante él por la vía del sueño, lo que confirmó no solo su nivel, sino su gran resistencia y aguante.

Después de su pelea con Lomachenko, ha hilvanado una racha de nueve triunfos, ocho de ellos por la vía del nocaut.

Berchelt, por su lado, se prepara desde hace varios días en la Ciudad de México, bajo la supervisión de su entrenador, Alfredo Caballero, quien lo está dejando en el estado necesario para esa pelea.

El monarca mundial interino realiza sesión de guantes con diversos sparrings y un trabajo necesario para adaptarse a la altura de la localidad de Los Reyes La Paz, donde la velada ha sido programada.

Berchelt tiene una marca de 30 peleas, de las cuales ha ganado 29, 26 antes del límite. Será la primera ocasión en la que combata en el centro del país y en el Estado de México, aunque en su momento entrenó de manera formal en esa entidad, en la localidad de Jiquipilco, cuando se sumó al equipo de trabajo de Caballero en 2014.

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VASYL LOMACHENKO DOMINATES CHONLATARN PIRIYAPINYO; WINS SHUTOUT UNANIMOUS DECISION

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Moments ago at the Cotai Arena in Macau, China, Vasyl Lomachenko successfully defended his WBO featherweight title, dominating Cholatarn Piriyapinyo en route to an easy unanimous decision. Lomachenko got off to a fast start, peppering Piriyapinyo with quick jabs and right hands. Despite suffering a hand injury that forced him to fight nearly half of the match with just one hand, Lomachenko easily cruised to victory. Relive all the action in FightHype’s round-by-round results!

ROUND 1
Loma [Lomachenko] comes out firing his jab. HARD left to the body lands for Loma. Right hook lands for Loma. Another. Stiff jab lands for Loma. Piri [Piriyapinyo] digs a left to the body. Loma firing his jab. They trade body shots. Loma landing the more telling shots. Loma digs a shot that’s low. Uppercut ladns for Loma. Loma digs to the body. Piri not offering up much in return. Nice three-punch combo lands for Loma. Easy round for Loma.

Lomachenko 10 Piriyapinyo 9

ROUND 2
Jab lands for Loma. Hard left lands for Loma. Right hook lands for Loma. Piri gets in a right. Right lands for Loma. Loma digs to the body. Another right hook lands for Loma. Piri gets in a hook. Straight left lands for Loma. HARD 1-2 lands for Loma. Loma just picking him apart with combinations. Short hook lands for Loma. Piri just following him around. Hard right hook lands for Loma. Round to Loma.

Lomachenko 20 Piriyapinyo 18

ROUND 3
Right hook lands for Loma. Piri lands a low blow. Loma circling and flicking his jab. HARD right hook lands for Loma. HARD left to the body ladns for Loma. Piri looks hurt. Loma has him pinned to the ropes. Loma letting his hands go and landing a lot. Stiff jab lands for Loma. Quick combo lands for Loma. Piri fires to the body. 1-2 lands for Loma. Another HARD 1-2 lands for Loma. Round to Loma.

Lomachenko 30 Piriyapinyo 27

ROUND 4
HARD left to the body lands for Loma. Right and another left lands for Loma. Piri missing with all of his shots. Loma dancing circles around him. A ton of jabs from Loma followed by a hard left to the body that backs Piri up. Loma raining down shots on him against the ropes. Stiff jab lands for Loma. Blistering uppercut lands for Loma. Another HARD left from Loma puts Piri down. He’s up and takes the count. Loma jumps on him and fires shots. End of round.

Lomachenko 40 Piriyapinyo 35

ROUND 5
Chopping right lands for Loma. Piri misses with some wild shots. Loma digs to the body. Left and a right lands for Loma. Again. Some quick lefts land for Loma. Hard uppercut lands for Loma. Piri lands a left to the body. Loma lands a left upstairs. 1-2 lands for Loma. Round to Loma.

Lomachenko 50 Piriyapinyo 44

ROUND 6
Short right hook lands for Loma. Loma circles the ring. 1-2 lands for Loma. Piri fires a shot down the middle, but it’s blocked. Jab lands for Loma. Again. HARD left lands for Loma. Piri digs a left to the body. HARD left to the body lands for Loma. Loma peppers him with some shots. 1-2 lands for Loma. HARD left from Loma snaps the head back of Piri. Some hard hook s from Loma have Piri in trouble against the ropes. They trade a few more shots before the bell. Round to Loma.

Lomachenko 60 Piriyapinyo 53

ROUND 7
HARD uppercut lands for Loma. Jab lands for Loma. Again. All Loma right now as he dances around the ring and just jabs Piri’s head. Piri digs a shot to the body. Right hook lands for Loma. Right hand lands for Loma. Loma appears to have hurt his left as he didn’t throw one at all that round. Round to Loma.

Lomachenko 70 Piriyapinyo 62

ROUND 8
Loma lands a couple of jabs. Piri bulls forward. Loma doing a lot of movement right now as he’s a one-handed fighter. Stiff jab lands for Loma. Piri digs a left to the body. Right lands for Loma. HARD uppercut lands for Loma. Piri digs to the body. They trade on the inside. Round to Loma.

Lomachenko 80 Piriyapinyo 71

ROUND 9
Piri digs to the body. Loma jabs and dances away. Quick right cross lands for Loma. Piri gets a warning for a low blow. They trade jabs. Jab lands for Loma. Piri gets in a right. Loma peppers him with some rights. Right hook lands for Loma. Again. Piri digs some left hooks to the body. Overhand right lands for Loma. Round to Loma.

Lomachenko 90 Piriyapinyo 80

ROUND 10
Jab, jab, right hand lands for Loma. Piri digs to the body. Loma lands a left hook. Loma lands a couple of right hooks to the body. Loma peppers him with some shots. Uppercut lands for Loma. Loma continues to pepper him with shots. Piri digs a left to the body. Round to Loma.

Lomachenko 100 Piriyapinyo 89

ROUND 11
Uppercut lands for Loma. They trade some shots. Piri digs a left to the body. Loma lands another uppercut. Again. Loma digs a right to the body. Right upstairs lands for Loma. Loma continues to pepper him with fast shots. Loma lands a left to the body. Uppercut lands for Loma. All Loma right now; Piri looks content to survive. HARD uppercut lands for Loma. Round to Loma.

Lomachenko 110 Piriyapinyo 98

ROUND 12
Piri digs a left to the body. Loma peppers him with some rights. They trade some shots. Loma backs him up to the ropes. Another combination lands for Loma. Left to the body lands for Loma. Another. Left to the body and a right upstairs lands for Loma. Nice uppercut followed by a straight left lands for Loma. Piri lands a jab. HARD body shots followed by a right upstairs lands for Loma. More rights land for Loma. Round to Loma.

Lomachenko 120 Piriyapinyo 107

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Official judges scorecards: 120-107, 120-107, 120-107

THE WINNER BY UNANIMOUS DECISION…VASYL LOMACHENKO

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11/22/2014 Vasyl Lomachenko vs. Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo

Date:  Saturday, November 22, 2014

WBO  FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE BOUT

Location:  Cotai Arena, Venetian Resort, Macao, Macao S.A.R., China

Promoter:   Top Rank / Bob Arum

Supervisor:   Luis A. Perez

Referee:    Luis Pabon

Judges:  Michael Pernick (120-107) \ Patrick Morley (120-107) \ Salven Lugumbay (120-107)

Results:   The Champion Vasyl Lomachenko retained the WBO Featherweight Title by Unanimous Decision against Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo.

TV:   Hungary Sport 1   USA HBO PPV   New Zealand Sky Arena

Pacquiao-Algieri Press Conference Quotes

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By Karl Freitag
Photos: Chris Farina / Top Rank 

WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao and WBO jr welterweight champion Chris Algieri faced off on Wednesday in advance of their “Clash of Champions” on Saturday night at the Cotai Arena inside the Venetian Macau.

Manny Pacquiao: I believe that it’s going to be an exciting fight. We did our best in training and we’ve seen from the old days the speed, the power, the determination, the aggressiveness is back.

Chris Algieri: The talking is done. The hard work is done. The training is done. I’m not gonna say too much.. I prepared very well. I’m excited for this weekend…you don’t want to miss this.

Zou Shiming: I just realized I’m fighting someone who looks as handsome as Manny. (Kwanpichit is a Pacquiao lookalike). I’m very proud to be featured on the same card as Manny Pacquiao. Last time I was on his card, this time I might be his opponent.

Kwanpichit Onesongchaigym: We’re prepared and ready for the fight.

Vasil Lomachenko: I was here in 2008 to win a gold medal. This is a place where my childhood dreams came true.

Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo: We prepared for this fight for two months and we’re ready 100%

Jessie Vargas: I have Roy Jones Jr. He’s taken me to the next level. Team DeMarco said I get tired in the later rounds, well that’s gonna bite’m in the butt.

Antonio DeMarco: I’ve came very prepared to give a great fight for the people and for television too.

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Lomachenko vs Piriyapinyo

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Saturday night in Macau, China, WBO featherweight champion Vasyl Lomachenko returns to action against experienced veteran Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo of Thailand. Lomachenko is perhaps the greatest amateur boxer in history and has already become a professional world-title holder within his first three fights.

Top Rank seems anxious to expand his visibility, and there can be few better venues for that than a Manny Pacquiao card. Piriyapinyo is an obscure opponent who no doubt came cheap since he lives much closer to Macau than a North American or European star.

This fight is all about building up Lomachenko for bigger things next year.

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Per Boxrec      Vasyl Lomachenko      Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo
Record:      2-1, 1 KO      52-1, 33 KOs
Height:      5’6″      5’5.5″
Reach:      65″      Unlisted
Weight:      126 lbs      126 lbs
Age:      26      29
Stance:      Southpaw      Orthodox
Hometown:      Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi, Ukraine      Chonburi, Thailand
Rounds:      28      379

Obviously, Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo is a far more experienced professional than Vasyl Lomachenko. He’s fought over 50 more fights and 350 more rounds.

But the quality of fighter Lomachenko faced as an elite amateur is generally far beyond the vast majority of Piriyapinyo’s competition. Aside from a challenge against Chris John in 2012, he’s faced obscure and even low-quality opposition.

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Pacquiao vs Algieri Undercard: Preview, Prediction for Lomachenko vs Piriyapinyo

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Lomachenko looks sharp in workout

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WBO World Featherweight champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist Vasyl Lomachenko works out in Oxnard,Ca. for his upcoming title fight against Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo of Thailand.

Promoted by Top Rank and Sands China Ltd., in association with MP Promotions, Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing, Banner Promotions and Tecate, Lomachenko fights on the undercard of the Pacquiao vs. Algieri world welterweight championship event that will take place Saturday, November 22, at the Cotai Arena in The Venetian Macao Resort in Macau,China. It will be produced and distributed live by HBO Pay-Per-View.

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Piriyapinyo Too Much For Megrino Wins By 6th Round TKO

Thailand’s WBO Asia Pacific featherweight champion Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo lived up to his lofty WBC No.1 and WBO No.2 rankings to score a 6th round TKO over Filipino journeyman Randy Megrino in Thailand Wednesday.

The undefeated Piriyapinyo improved his unbeaten record to 43-0 with 26 knockouts while Megrino dropped to 12-10-2 with 7 knockouts.

WBO Asia Pacific vice president Leon Panoncillo told the Manila Standard that Chonlatarn was “very precise with his punches and dominated tough journeyman Megrino, stopping him in the sixth round.” The time was 2:39.

The Thai champion’s promoter Pariyakorn Ratanasuban in a post fight interview said that negotiations are underway for a title shot against either WBC champion Johnny Gonzalez or WBO champion Orlando Salido.

The 27 year old Piriyapinyo was coming off four successive knockout victories while the 23 year old Megrino won a majority decision in a four round bout against Gabriel Royo who hadn’t won a fight and had a 0-4 record. That fight took place last October 16.

Megrino had also previously lost by a 9th round knockout in an IBF Pan Pacific super featherweight title fight against another top Thai, Fahsai Sakkreerin on June 17, 2011.

Piriyapinyo won the vacant WBO Asia Pacific title with an 8th round TKO over Filipino Sonny Gonzales on Septremnber 15, 2010 and in his last defense won by a 4th round TKO over Arief Blader of Indonesia on January 23, 2012.

 

By Ronnie Nathanielsz

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