Bangkok Thailand – In what sure to be a good deed for children in the Kingdom of Thailand after the destruction of ravage flood waters which left half of the nation residents of Thailand homeless we at least had something to cheer about. The World Boxing Organization came in good that had put smiles to children’s faces after receiving their generous donation of Educational goods, bags, t-shirts, games and prizes on their five day program.

World Boxing Organization had again extended their hands this year to reach out to children’s of Thailand to stay off drugs. The difference this time was not the usual only one province that they had attended to as they had done couple previous years ago with drug free program, but this time had extended over-whelming generous gift giving for (12) twelve provinces at Thailand, Kalasin, Khonkaen, Nakornpankom, Buengran, Mahasarakam, Mukdahan, Royet, Loei, Sakonnakorn, Hongkrai, Hnongbaolampoo and Udon Thani to be exact.


The extra attention was due to the fact of the need of help after heavy flooding that took place at Thailand late last year that was a major concern for everyone especially for student that lost everything in schools as well as there home.


World Boxing Organization headed by Francisco Valcarcel wanted to do more for Drug Free program this year exercising extra funds to Thailand. The WBO WKDF program was surely a success and together with Thailand’s Narcotics Region 4 director Mr. Songkram Khamtonwong we where more then satisfied of helping out more then we could this year. Panoncillo informed.


The Office of Narcotic office, Region 4 helped us along the way to coordinate this special event. 19 schools attended this special gathering at Kaenloengjan Resort coordinated by Mrs. Vimana Wayteegul, the WKDF program first had commence on May 3, 2012 starting at Bannhongna Elementary School (Province of Kurat) directed by Mr. Sorawith Joomket, at Noonsoon District Nakornratchasima.


Providing needy children with educational supplies, special lucheon and games for ages 8 up to 14. They where given school bags, Educational books and money for individual child to help out their tuition for their school project, 450 students attended in that session.


Then after, WBO WKDF program proceeded to Kaenloengjan Resort on June 17, 2012 in a five day program which they provided for hundred of student accommodated and feed them through-out their stay.


There were daily student activities, such as educational games special project interacting with other students giving presentation on how they would pass along what they have learned during that five days about drugs.


Students were also given a special educational scholarship for each school district to continue on with their campaign of staying off drugs. Students during that five days drug free activity received student bags, No Drugs T-shirts, school supplies and money to help out their education.

By Phitak Canthajun


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

Photo: Pinnimit (front, left) and Abaniel (front, right) pose during yesterday's weighin. WBO Vice-President Leon Panoncillo (L) supervises today's fight.

Petchboon, Thailand – In a interesting heated battle of Female Mini Flyweight contenders for the vacant WBO Female crown, Thailand’s former WBO Mini Flyweight world champion Teeraporn Pinnimit takes on formidable Female fighter from the Philippines Gretchan Abaniel today at Petchboon province, Thailand. Yesterday, both female participants weighed-in exactly the 105lb. limit in their weigh-in at Petchboon Homeland Resort supervised by WBO Executive Asia Pacific Chairman Leon Panoncillo.

Panoncillo, who had turned Asia into a WBO Empire of champions producing more regional champions and World champions in the history of the Orient for the WBO will also supervise the highly anticipated rematch of Brian “The Hawaiian Punch” Viloria vs Omar Nino Romero on May 13th at Manila.

Teeraporn Pinnimit with an outstanding record of 15win-5lost-5ko won her last fight against Napaporn Superchamp this past March 23rd, her best outing fight was at Germany against Sussie Kintikian who everyone at the venue applauded Pinnimit for hanging in there with the undefeated champion and did very well, it was for the unified Female Flyweight World title.

Manager promoter Pariyakorn Ratanasuban informed that her fighter Teeraporn Pinnimit was to small for the flyweight division and have decided to return to Mini Flyweight where she belongs to reclaim her crown.

Meanwhile, Terrance Mogg, trainer of Grechan Abaniel have great confidence with his fighter as Abaniel also compiled a great record of 13 total fights with 10wins-3lost-2ko and came from a great amateur background with 30 plus fights. Abaniel lost her last fight against female IBF world champion Katia Guiterrez via 4th round stoppage however, on her previous fight before that on February 2011, she went the distance against formidable defending WBC Asian Boxing Council champion Samson Buamus who had a record of 19wins-2lost.

Promoter of the event is One Songchai Promotion headed by Pariyakorn Ratanasuban.

Rugged Danilo Pena has lost by a 7th round technical decision in his battle for the WBO Interim bantamweight title against world No. 1 Phuengluang Sor Singyu in Sukhothai, Thailand.

With the world title now vacant AJ “Bazooka” Banal who is ranked No.2 is in line for a title shot against Phungluang.

WBO Asia Pacific vice president and fight supervisor Leon Panoncillo told the Manila Standard that Pena suffered “a severely cut eye after an accidental clash of heads in the seventh round” and referee Sawaeng Thaweekoon was forced to go to the scorecards of the three judges after ring doctor Vichair Oncam recommended the stoppage to prevent further damage to the Filipino’s eye.

Judge Paradon Sangkrongkaew scored it 69 – 64 and Chewing Krutket and Kiethsak Sitti 68-66. The end came at 1:14 of round seven.

Panoncillo reported that it was “a very competitive fight” and Pena threw a lot of punches but missed several while Phuengluang “landed more of the cleaner shots.”

In a couple of the early rounds Pena hurt the champion but was unable capitialize. However, the champion continued to hurt Pena more solid upper cuts and hard body shots.

With the win Phuengluang improved to 39-1 with 26 knockouts whiole droped to 25-11-2 with 10 knockouts.

By Ronnie Nathanielsz

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

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.


Armenian professional boxer Susi Kentikian representing Germany, defended, on Friday in Frankfurt, her WBO, WBA, and WIBF flyweight champion’s titles against Thailand’s Teeraporn Pannimit.

At the end of the ten rounds, 24-year-old Kentikian defeated 19-year-old Pannimit on points, and with a unanimous decision by the judges.