Chonlatarn Or "Dangerous River" Piriyapinyo is ready to step up in the ring to challenge for a World Boxing Championship belt after Pariyakorn "Little Songchai" Ratanasuban is satisfied that Piriyapinyo, 26-0 (13), corrected minor deficiecies in defeating Congo boxer Prince Muga during a tune-up fight on July 8 in Ayuthaya Province, Bangkok.
WBC Asian Boxing Council Featherweight Champ Piriyapinyo challenges for the World title this December 5, on the King's Birthday at Sanamluang, Thailand.
Pichitchok Singmanasak accepts that his opponent is very strong, but he is ready to fight again. While Songchai "Big Song" Ratanasuban said Pichitchok, 14-7 (6), is still young at only 16 years of age, the promoter is happy to see that the bantamweight has a great chance to fight good real boxer, not just a taxi driver boxer.
Singmanasak lost a bid for the vacant WBO Asia Pacific Bantamweight title when he was knocked by Filipino southpaw Jason Egera earlier this month. Pichitchok tried his best, but will however, he will not give up and will walk forward with his dream to become q world champion and hopes his boxing fans willl continue to support him.
"Litte Songchai" Ratanasuban is proud of Vinyu Paradorn Gym, WBC Atomweight Female Champion who just beat opponent, Paetonglek Chindamanee, 0-2 (0), in a tune-up fight easily.
Paradorn Gym, 7-1-1 (1), displayed a superb jab and uppercut against Chindamanee and will be ready to fight again with former champion Momo Koseki in Japan on August 11 and it will be televised live back to Thailand.
"Little Songchai" Ratanasuban moves Paradorn Gym's training camp to Sattahep navy base to strenghten her body and skills. The promoter is confident that Vinyu will still be holding the WBC belt to Thailand.