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WORLD BOXING COUNCIL NEWS

October 3, 2012 – Mexico City.

From the office of WBC President Dr. José Sulaimán:

WBC STATISTICS

WBC Light Flyweight World Championship

Centro De Convenciones – Toluca, Mexico

October 6, 2012

This will the 1,796th fight sanctioned by the WBC in its 49-year history.

SERGIO CORTES PRESENTS:

KOMPAYAK “Suriyan Satorn” PORPRAMOOK (Thailand)

WBC Light Flyweight World Champion

Age, date of birth: 30 (June 18, 1982)

Residence: Buriram, Thailand

Birthplace: Lam Plai Mat, Thailand

Record: 46-3, 31 KOs

Stance: Righthanded

World title fights: 2 (2-0)

Total rounds: 220

Manager: Piyarat Vachirarattanawong

Promoter: Virat Vachirarattanawong

ADRIÁN “El Confesor” HERNÁNDEZ (México)

Ranked WBC No. 3 at light flyweight

Age, date of birth: 26 (January 10, 1986 )

Residence, birthplace: Toluca, México, México

Record: 24-2-1, 15 KOs

Stance: Righthanded

World title fights: 3 (2-1)

Total rounds: 142

Manager: Ignacio Beristain

Promoter: Salvador Briman

WBC LIGHT FLYWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONS

1. Franco Udella (Italy) 1975

2. Luis Estaba (Ven) 1975 – 1978

3. Freddie Castillo (Mex) 1978

4. Netrnoi Sor Vorasingh (Tha) 1978

5. Sung Jun Kim (Kor) 1978 – 1980

6. Shigeo Nakajima (Jap) 1980

7. Hilario Zapata (Pan) 1980 – 1982

8. Amado Urzua (Mex) 1982

9. Tadashi Tomori (Jap) 1982

10. Hilario Zapata (Pan) * 1982 – 1983

11. Jungkoo Chang (Kor) 1983 – 1988

12. German Torres (Mex) 1988 – 1989

13. Yulwoo Lee (Kor) 1989

14. Humberto Gonzalez (Mex) 1989 – 1990

15. Rolando Pascua (Phil) 1990 – 1991

16. Melchor Cob Castro (Mex) 1991

17. Humberto Gonzalez (Mex) * 1991 – 1993

18. Michael Carbajal (US) 1993 – 1994

19. Humberto Gonzalez (Mex) * 1994 – 1995

20. Saman Sorjaturong (Tha) 1995 – 1999

21. Yosam Choi (Kor) 1999 – 2002

22. Jorge Arce (Mex) 2001 – 2004

23. Eric Ortiz (Mex) 2005

24. Brian Viloria (US) 2005 – 2006

25. Omar Niño (Mexico) 2006

26. Wandee Singwangcha (Thailand) Interim 2006

27. Edgar Sosa (Mexico) 2007 – 2009

28. Rodel Mayol (Philippines) 2009 – 2010

29. Omar Niño (Mexico) * 2010

30. Gilberto Keb Baas (Mexico) 2010 – 2011

31. Adrian Hernandez (Mexico) 2011

32. Kompayak Porpramook (Thailand) 2011 –

* Regained

GENERAL INFORMATION ON THE LIGHT FLYWEIGHT DIVISION IN WBC HISTORY

28 light flyweight world champions have been recognized by the WBC, three of whom have regained the title: Hilario Zapata (Panama), Humberto Gonzalez (Mexico) two times, Omar Niño (Mexico).

129 light flyweight world title bouts have been held in WBC history.

WBC TITLE BOUTS HELD IN MEXICO

217 world title bouts have been held in Mexico in WBC history.

33 light flyweight world title bouts fight have been held in Mexico in WBC history.

WBC TOP 5 WORLD TITLE FIGHTS IN MEXICO

Sep. 26, 1964 Vicente Saldivar KO12 Ultiminio Ramos, Naucalpan – F

Jan. 28, 1968 Chartchai Chionoi KO13 Efren Torres, Naucalpan – FL

Apr. 14, 1973 Rafael Herrera TKO12 Rodolfo Martinez, Monterrey – B

Aug. 24, 1992 Julio Cesar Chavez TKO5 Greg Haugen, Mexico City – SL

Mar. 8, 2008 Samuel Peter TKO5 Oleg Maskaev, Cancun – H

WBC TITLE FIGHTS: MEXICO VS. THAILAND

There have been 49 WBC title fights between boxers of these nationalities.

Mexico has won 18, Thailand has won 30, with 1 draw.

MEMORABLE FIGHTS

Jan. 28, 1968 Chartchai Chionoi KO13 Efren Torres, Naucalpan – FL

Oct. 13, 1973 Rafael Herrera W15 Benice Borkhorsor, Inglewood – B

Jan. 30, 1976 Rodolfo Martinez W15 Benice Borkhorsor, Bangkok – B

Oct. 8, 1984 Sot Chitalada W12 Gabriel Bernal, Bangkok – FL

Jan. 18, 1986 Samart Payakarun KO5 Lupe Pintor, Bangkok – SB

Oct. 25, 1991 Muangchai Kittikasem W12 Alberto Jimenez, Bangkok – FL

Aug. 22, 1992 Ricardo Lopez KO4 Singprasert Kittikasem, Ciudad Madero – MIN

Sept. 14, 1992 Humberto Gonzalez KO2 Napa Kiatwanchai, Inglewood – LF

Jul. 3, 1993 Ricardo Lopez TKO2 Saman Sorjaturong, Nuevo Laredo – ST

Jul. 15, 1995 Saman Sorjaturong TKO7 Humberto Gonzalez, Inglewood – LF

Jul. 4, 1997 Sirimongkol Singmanassuk W12 Victor Rabanales, Pattani – B

Aug. 15, 2003 Jesus Chavez W12 Sirimongkol Singmanassuk, Austin – SF

Dec. 5, 2000 Veeraphol Sahaprom TKO5 Oscar Arciniega, Bangkok – B

May 14, 2001 Veeraphol Nakhonluang KO3 Ricardo Barajas, Paris – B

Jul. 15, 2004 Pongsaklek Wonjongkam TKO5 Luis A. Martinez, Khonkaen – FL

Sep. 11, 2004 Veeraphol Nakhonluang W12 Cecilio Santos, Chainart – B

Jun. 30, 2006 Pongsaklek Wonjongkam TKO4 Everardo Morales, Bangkok – FL

Apr. 4, /2009 Edgar Sosa TKO4 Pornsawan Porpramook, Ciudad Victoria – LF

WBC Statistics by Luis Medina.

KINGS BOXING RETURNS TO THE RIVEREDGE HOTEL ON NOVEMBER 10TH IN READING, PA

READING, PA (October 3, 2012)—On Saturday night November 10th, Marshall Kauffman’s Kings Boxing Promotions presents a great night of boxing at the Riveredge Hotel in Reading.

In the main event, undefeated Jr. Middleweight Grayson Blake will take on Robert Shockwell in a bout scheduled for six rounds.

Blake of State College, PA has a record of 5-0 with two knockouts and has a signature win over then undefeated DeCarlo Perez (5-0-1). In his last bout, the thirty year-old Blake scored a fourth round stoppage over Corey Preston on February 25th.

Sockwell of East Stroudsburg, PA has a record of 4-2-1with all wins coming via knockout. The twenty-five year old southpaw has two consecutive stoppages which his second round stoppage over Terrell Boggs on August 31st.

Seeing action in a six round co-feature will be Jr. Lightweight Frank De Alba.

De Alba of Bayamon, Puerto Rico who now calls Reading home has a record of 4-1-2 with two knockouts. De Alba has won two straight which includes a win over undefeated Andrew Bentley and his bout when he scored second round stoppage over tough Philadelphian Paul Fernandez on August 11th. De Alba’s opponent will be named shortly.

Jeremy Stauffer of Reading, PA (7-2-1, 6 KO’s) of Reading, PA battles Dan Biddle (9-2, 5 KO’s) of Hockessin, DE in an intriguing six round Cruiserweight bout.

Popular Heavyweight William Miranda (6-5-1, 1 KO) of Allentown, PA will engage in a six round bout against an opponent to be named.

In a four round Super Featherweight bout, Sammy Quinones will take on debuting Charles Mack of Philadelphia in a four round bout.

There will be more bouts added.

Tickets for this outstanding night of boxing ranging from $75 (VIP); $50 (Ringside); $30 (General Admission) and can be purchased by calling Kings Boxing (610-587-5950); Riveredge Hotel (610-376-6711); Dino’s Wings & Things (610-921-9898) or at www.kingsboxing.com

1st bout is at 7:15—Doors open at 6:15