#1 Chonlatarn destroys Miyagi

WBO/WBC #1 feather Chonlatarn Or Piriyapinyo (40-0, 24 KOs) successfully retained his WBO Asia-Pacific 126 lb title as he scored a third round TKO over Ryuta Miyagi (21-7-4, 16 KOs) on Tuesday at Khunyuan Airfield in Maehongson, Thailand. Japanese Miyagi who ever defeated two former WBA 122 lb title holders as Ryol Li Lee and Yoddamrong Sithyodthong, started well as he aggressively hunted counterpuncher Chonlatarn, launching hard combinations and dominating all of the first two rounds. The turning point occurred in round three when the champion landed a well-time left hook which dropped his contender, then he viciously hunted his foe and floored the Japanese twice more, forcing referee to stop the bout at 2:57. In other action, ABCO female 126lb title holder Sainamdoi Pitaklo-ngen (11-1-1) scored an eighth round unanimous decision over Kaenpetch Manoprungroj. Thongtaeng Muangsima outpointed Keangsaklek Sakchaichok in a six round non-title bout. Also, Susu Sithjadaeng outpointed Tripetch Sor Poonsawat. This event was promoted by Pariyakorn Ratanasuban of Onesongchai Boxing Promotion.

 

 

 

 

By Damrong Simakajornboon
Photos: Onesongchai Boxing Promotion

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WBO Oriental King Piriyapino KO’s Miyagi In Thailand

One Songchai M150 Promotions celebrated the Lotus Bloom Festival on Tuesday at Old Airport Stadium in Kunyuam District, Maehongson Province, Thailand by producing a boxing card presented by Maehongson Governor, Kamtorn Tavornsatit, Kunyuam District Mayor Sakchai Supasa and female promoter Pariyakorn Ratanasuban.

Live television was provided by Channel 7 from 15:00-17:00 while over 6,000 audience members watched the card for free at Old Airport Stadium

The main event was a WBO Oriental Featherweight title clash between reigning champ Chonlatarn Or Piriyapinyo and Japanese challenger Ryuta Miyagi

The opening three round were competitive and exciting until Piriyapinyo twice dropped Miyagi for the count in the third. When Miyagi was downed a third time in the same frame, the referee stopped the fight and Piriyapinyo was declared the winner.