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SURIYAN POR CHOKCHAI (THAILAND)
WBC Super Flyweight World Champion

Age, date of birth: 22 (March 2, 1989)

Birthplace: Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand

Record: 19-4-1, 7 KOs

Stance: Righthanded

Total rounds: 173

World title fights: 2 (1-1-0)

Manager: Suchat Pisitwuttinan

Promoter: Nakhonluang Promotions


NOBUO NASHIRO (JAPAN)

Ranked WBC No. 5 at super flyweight

Age, date of birth: 30 (October 12, 1981)

Birthplace: Nara, Japan

Record: 15-3-1, 9 KOs

Stance: Righthanded

Total rounds: 151

World title fights: 8 (4-3-1)

Promoter: Muto Promotions


WBC SUPERFLYWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONS

1. Rafael Orono (Venezuela) 1980 - 1981

2. Chulho Kim (Korea) 1981 - 1982

3. Rafael Orono * (Venezuela) 1982 - 1983

4. Payao Pooltarat (+) (Thailand) 1983 - 1984

5. Jiro Watanabe (Japan) 1984 - 1986

6. Gilberto Roman (+) (Mexico) 1986 - 1987

7. Santos Laciar (Argentina) 1987

8. Jose Bebis Rojas (Colombia) 1987 - 1988

9. Gilberto Roman (+) * (Mexico) 1988 - 1989

10. Nana Konadu (Ghana) 1989 - 1990

11. Sungkil Moon (Korea) 1990 - 1993

12. Jose Luis Bueno (Mexico) 1993 - 1994

13. Hiroshi Kawashima (Japan) 1994 - 1997

14. Gerry Peñalosa (Philippines) 1997 - 1998

15. Injoo Cho (Korea) 1998 - 2000

16. Masamori Tokuyama (Japan) 2000 - 2004

17. Katsushige Kawashima (Japan) 2004 - 2005

18. Masamori Tokuyama * (Japan) 2005 - 2006

19. Cristian Mijares (Mexico)2006 - 2008

20. Vic Darchynian (Australia) 2008 - 2010

21. Tomas Rojas (Mexico) Interim 2009

22. Vic Darchynian * (Australia) 2009 - 2010

23. Tomas Rojas * (Mexico) 2010 – 2011

24. Suriyan Por Chockchai (Thailand) 2011 -

* Regained



GENERAL INFORMATION ON THE SUPERFLYWEIGHT DIVISION IN THE HISTORY OF THE WBC

19 world champions have been recognized by the WBC, of whom only three have regained the title: Rafael Orono (Venezuela), Gilberto Roman (Mexico), Masamori Tokuyama (Japan), Vic Darchinyan (Australia), Tomas Rojas (Mexico).



113 world title bouts have been held in super flyweight division in the history of the WBC.



Four WBC super flyweight title fights have taken place in Thailand in the history of the WBC:

Nov. 27, 1983 Payao Pooltarat W12 Rafael Orono, Pattaya

Mar. 28, 1984 Payao Pooltarat TKO10 Guty Espadas, Bangkok

Dec. 19, 1986 Gilberto Roman W12 Kongtoranee Payakarum, Bangkok

Aug. 19, 2011 Suriyan Por Chokchai W12 Tomas Rojas, Srisaket



WBC TITLE BOUTS HELD IN THAILAND:

95 title bouts have been held in Thailand in the history of the WBC.



WBC Statistics by Luis Medina.





WBC STATISTICS

WBC Super Featherweight World Championship

Yoyogi # 2 Gymnasium - Tokyo, Japan

November 6, 2011

This will be the 1,905th fight sanctioned by the WBC in its 49-year history.

TAKAHIRO AOH (JAPAN)

WBC Super Featherweight World Champion

Age, date of birth: 27 (April 6, 1984)

Birthplace: Ichihara, Chiba, Japan

Residence: Tokyo, Japan

Record: 21-2-1, 10 KOs

Stance: Lefthanded

Total Rounds: 177

Title Fights: 5 (3-2)

Manager: Akihiko Honda

Promoter: Teiken Promotions





DEVIS BOSCHIERO (ITALY)

Ranked WBC No. 7 at super featherweight

Age, date of birth: 30 (July 29, 1981)

Birth Place: Conche, Italy

Residence: Chioggia, Italy

Record: 29-0-1, 14 KOs

Stance: Righthanded

Total Rounds: 170

Titles: EBU / Italy

Manager: Salvatore Cherchi

Promoter: OPI 2000



WBC SUPER FEATHERWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONS

1. Gabriel Elorde (Phil) 1963 - 1967

2. Yoshiaki Numata (Jap) 1967

3. Hiroshi Kobayashi (Japan) 1967 – 1968

4. Rene Barrientos (Phil) 1969 – 1970

5. Yoshiaki Numata (Japan) * 1970 - 1971

6. Ricardo Arredondo (Mex) 1971 - 1974

7. Kuniaki Shibata (Jap) 1974 - 1975

8. Alfredo Escalera (P. Rico) 1975 - 1978

9. Alexis Arguello (Nic) 1978 - 1980

10. Rafael Limon (Mex) 1980 - 1981

11. Cornelius Boza-Edwards (Uga) 1981

12. Rolando Navarrete (Phil) 1981 - 1982

13. Rafael Limon (Mex) * 1982

14. Bobby Chacon (US) 1982 - 1983

15. Hector Camacho (P. Rico) 1983

16. Julio Cesar Chavez (Mex) 1984 - 1987

17. Azumah Nelson (Ghana) 1988 - 1994

18. James Leija (US) 1994

19. Gabriel Ruelas (Mex) 1994 - 1995

20. Azumah Nelson (Ghana) * 1995 - 1997

21. Genaro Hernandez (US) 1997 - 1998

22. Floyd Mayweather (US) 1998 - 2001

23. Sirimongkol Singmanassuk (Thailand) 2002 - 2003

24. Jesus Chavez (Mexico) 2003 - 2004

25. Erik Morales (Mexico) 2004

26. Marco Antonio Barrera (Mexico) 2004 - 2007

27. Juan Manuel Marquez (Mexico) 2007 - 2008

28. Manny Pacquiao (Philippines) 2008

29. Humberto Soto (Mexico) 2008 - 2009

30. Humberto Mauro Gutierrez (Mexico) Interim 2009

31. Vitaly Tajbert (Germany) 2009 – 2010

32. Takahiro Aoh (Japan) 2010 –

* Regained



GENERAL INFORMATION ON THE SUPER FEATHERWEIGHT DIVISION IN WBC HISTORY.

29 world champions recognized by the WBC, of whom three have regained the title:

Yoshiaki Numata (Japan), Rafael Limon (Mexico), Azumah Nelson (Ghana).

126 super featherweight world title bouts have been held in the history of the wbc.

236 WBC title bouts have been held in Japan in WBC history.

This will be the 22nd super featherweight title fight in Japan in the history of the WBC.

WBC Statistics by Luis Medina.

Mora vs. Flores, Centeno vs. Orosco on Friday

MORA vs. FLORES
CENTENO vs. OROSCO
Friday, November 4, 2011
Fantasy Springs Casino
Indio, CA
Solo Boxeo - TeleFutura

RED CORNER BLUE CORNER

JUNIOR WELTERWEIGHTS - 4 ROUNDS
Andres REYES vs. Emmanuel ROBLES
East Los Angeles, CA San Diego, CA
3-1-2 3-0 (1 KO)



CO MAIN EVENT - JUNIOR MIDDLEWEIGHTS - 6 ROUNDS
Hugo CENTENO vs. Hector OROSCO
Oxnard, CA Hopkins, MN
9-0 (6 KO’s) 4-8



MAIN EVENT - MIDDLEWEIGHTS - 10 ROUNDS
Sergio MORA vs. Shibata FLORES
Los Angeles, CA Los Angeles, CA
22-2-6 (6 KO’s) 45-11 (26 KO’s)



LIGHTWEIGHTS - 6 ROUNDS
Jose VARGAS vs. Oscar CHINCHILLA
Coachella, CA Pacoima, CA
6-1-2 2-1-1



MIDDLEWEIGHTS - 4 ROUNDS
Ray RIVERA vs. Cleven ISHE
Los Angeles, CA Los Angeles, CA
1-0 (1 KO) 3-2 (1 KO



JUNIOR MIDDLEWEIGHTS - 4 ROUNDS
Alex VLAS vs. Nicolas BALESTRA
Laguna Hills, CA Sacramento, CA
0-1 0-1

Lennox defeats Crawford, looks impressive

CARTERET, NJ (November 2, 2011)—This past Friday night at Ballys in Atlantic City, Heavyweight John Lennox scored a four round unanimous decision over Donnie Crawford as part of the undercard to the SHO BOX main event between Ossie Duran and Brandon Gonzales.

Lennox, who was previously known as a blood and guts brawler showed improved boxing skills and a diverse approach to raise his record to 7-1.

Lennox of Carteret, New Jersey won the bout in shutout fashion as all three score cards read 40-36.

“We worked on improved Defense”, said Lennox manager Rich Masini.

Lennox, who was stopped in controversial fashion in his previous bout was looking to be a stringer fighter while adding those defensive skills

“John added more weight as he came in at a career high of 222.”

Lennox spent the last part of his training camp with veteran Atlantic City trainers Ray McCline and Vince Jackson, who helped out lead trainer Charles Thomas in Lennox preparation for the bout.

This was Lennox second defeat over Crawford as he stopped him on July 9th.

“Crawford had a hell of a chin and he had something to prove after the last bout”

Although this was Lennox fifth fight of 2011, he will not rest on his laurels as he plans to fight two more times in 2011.

“We are looking for our first six round fight in November on a show in North Jersey and then hopefully comeback in the beginning of December and look at 2012 at 9-1 and begin to move on to some nice fights for John”

Lennox has a caring team around him in Masini and Thomas and he needed that as a personal family issue hit the young Heavyweight just days before the fight.

“We are so proud of John. He had a situation occur in his family where I believe that 99% of the fighters would have pulled out. He went home for a day and when he saw things were going to be ok, he came right back to Atlantic City and he came through with flying colors and did not only us but his family proud”

Article posted on 03.11.2011



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