Petyindee 3rd April results
Petyindee promotions put together a solid fight card for last nights show and although many were no disappointed the original main event between Sam-A Gaiyanghaadao gym and Penek Sitnumnoi never came off, the rest of the card still managed to draw a large crowd through the turnstiles.
The main event pitched fierce clinching Petboonchu FA Group up against the new rising star of the heavier weight fighters Wanchalerm Ud-donmuang. Wanchalerm looked sharp early on, but a big round of relentless clinching and knees from Petboonchu in the 4th saw him go behind a little. In the final round Petboonchu went into cruise control, but this backfired as Wanchalerm pushed forward and snatched victory away in the dying seconds of the fight with some solid kicks and knees.
Singdam Kiatmuu9 put in a text book kicking performance against Sagetdao Petpayathai, catching him throughout with fierce right kicks and not letting Sagetdao into the clinch enough to lose out to his knees. By the end of the 4th the fight was effectively over with Sagetdao needing a knockdown to get anything out of it and not being a renowned puncher Singdam took a comfortable points decision at the end.
Thong PuiD9D looked to erase the embarrassment of his k.o loss to rising star Petpanomrung Wor Sangprapai and the fight had a large 140,000 baht side bet at stake along with Thong’s Thailand Super-bantamweight title and the vacant Lumpini Super-bantamweight belt. This time Thong made no mistakes and showed his wealth of experience at the top level to dominate the fight with some strong clinching, sharp knee counters and dangerous elbows. Petpanomrung tried to get his sharpleft kicks working, but never really got into the fight and saw Thong take the decision.
The Saeksan Or Kwanmuang vs Thongchai Sitthongsak fight the previous month proved to be an early contender in the running for fight of the year, as in most rematches of classic battles, the return didnt quite live up to expectations, but was still a thrilling battle nonetheless. Saeksan opened up with his usual fierce, swinging punches from the off and Thongchai had to dig deep to stay i the fight in the early rounds. The fight was close right to the wire with Thongchai losing out after losing his gum shield twice in the final round.
Kwankhao Ratchapatsaduisarn faced a stern test against the hard-hitting Yodkunpol Sitmonchai. Kwankhao managed to stay out of trouble, but always looked a little reluctant of getting caught to open up enough to take the fight. Yodkunpol always looked in control and took a clear win at the end.
Fight of the night was a thriller put on between two of the smaller fightrs on the card. The fight was for the vacant Thailand Light-flyweight belt and in the opening round Detkart went in for the kill, with some blistering punch and lowkick attacks. Wanchai managed to weather the storm, but got cut in the second round by a fierce elbow. Wanchai showed why he was given the nickname Rambo Isarn with a fierce fight back of solid knees and kicks that saw Detkart a spent force by the 4th round. Wanchai cruised through the last round to take the win.