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Boonsai Sangsurat Record

74-6
Total Fights80
Wins74
Losses6
Draws0
No-Contests0
Title Wins1
Title Defenses1
Title-Fight KOs1
KO Wins51
KO Losses6
Boonsai Sangsurat Record & Stats
Boonsai Sangsurat's Record
Boonsai Sangsurat's boxing record and career infographic

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      What is Boonsai Sangsurat's boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 14 years and four months, Boonsai Sangsurat fought 80 times with 74 wins and 6 losses.

      Sangsurat retired from professional boxing with a record of 74-6, which included one flyweight world-title win and one successful title defense fight. He had a 63.7% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 51 of his total 80 fights being knockout wins, one of which was in a title fight. Sangsurat suffered six knockout losses in his career, one of which was against Malcolm Tuñacao in a flyweight title fight.

      His last fight was a 3rd round TKO victory over Wanchana Pattanakarngym on June 24, 2011.

      Some of Sangsurat's best fights and notable victories include wins over Manny Pacquiao, Masaki Kawabata, Juanito Rubillar, Rolly Mandahinog, Rodel Orais, Rey Llagas, and Noel Sungahid.

      #DateAgeOpponentResVia
      80Jun 24, 201133Wanchana PattanakarngymWinTKO3
      79Apr 29, 201132Pichit Twins GymWinTKO2
      78Feb 25, 201132Pichit Twins GymWinPTS
      77Feb 1, 201132Noppadol ChornkratokWinTKO2
      76Oct 29, 201032Anucha BantiWinTKO3
      75Sep 24, 201032Panturak NamtongWinPTS
      74Aug 6, 201032Taiwo AliWinTKO5
      73Jul 2, 201032Alejandro MuñozWinPTS
      72May 27, 201031Atsushi UechiWinTKO4
      71Mar 18, 201031Tarik CharafiWinPTS
      70Jan 15, 201031Sissy KeriyngkirWinKO2
      69Sep 30, 200931Mikio YasudaLossTKO2
      68Jul 31, 200931Pompetch KiatmungmeeWinPTS
      67May 29, 200930Yong SathongWinPTS
      66Mar 27, 200930Anusorn ChaisuraWinTKO4
      65Jan 30, 200930Anucha RassameeyanWinKO6
      64Dec 3, 200830Dennarong BigshotcampWinKO3
      63Aug 29, 200830Akbar MohammadpourWinPTS
      62Jun 18, 200830Kaichon PatonggymWinTKO3
      61Apr 25, 200829Roger MonsertoWinKO3
      60Feb 29, 200829Yodkumarn ChitraladagymWinPTS
      59Jan 25, 200829Denpayak Sor PisanuWinPTS
      58Dec 1, 200729Jorge ArceLossTKO1
      57Oct 24, 200729Dennarong BigshotcampWinKO4
      56Sep 21, 200729Noppachai SithkosolWinKO3
      55Jul 31, 200729Fahsai SithkaruehadWinKO3
      54Jun 29, 200729Payakdam SithsaithongWinKO3
      53Apr 27, 200728Refly RengkungWinUD
      52Mar 30, 200728Raheem KadayreeWinTKO7
      51Feb 23, 200728Tarek KrabWinKO4
      50Dec 29, 200628Roger MonsertoWinTKO5
      49Oct 5, 200628Ric MorenoWinKO4
      48Sep 7, 200628Jonathan GonzalesWinKO3
      47Mar 31, 200627Roger MonsertoWinTKO5
      46Jan 15, 200627Nobuto IkeharaLossTKO3
      45Jul 29, 200527Rodel OraisWinTKO3
      44May 27, 200526Joel AvilaWinKO5
      43Mar 25, 200526Dragon ZhengWinTKO6
      42Jan 14, 200526Leo EscobidoWinKO6
      41Oct 29, 200426Katsumi MakiyamaWinTKO8
      40Sep 24, 200426Jojo RodrigoWinKO3
      39Jul 15, 200426Daothai KiatkamjornWinTKO5
      38May 21, 200425Jimboy RodriguezWinUD
      37Mar 26, 200425Edmund Nonong DevelleresWinTKO4
      36Jan 3, 200425Joven JordaLossKO4
      35Oct 24, 200325Rodel OraisWinTKO5
      34Aug 9, 200325Rodel OraisWinTKO3
      33May 5, 200324Jun MagsipocWinKO5
      32Mar 14, 200324Archie VillamorWinKO4
      31Jan 31, 200324Alfren BulalaWinUD
      30Nov 26, 200224Rey LlagasWinKO5
      29Sep 6, 200224Jun MagsipocWinUD
      28Jul 5, 200224Rolly MandahinogWinTKO4
      27Apr 19, 200223Rolly MandahinogWinUD
      26Jul 7, 200123Yosuke KobayashiWinKO9
      25Mar 2, 200122Alfren BulalaLossTKO6
      24Dec 29, 200022Rey LlagasWinPTS
      23Sep 22, 200022Ramil AnitoWinTKO7
      22Jun 23, 200022Noel SungahidWinTKO3
      21May 19, 200021Malcolm TuñacaoLoss *TKO7
      20Feb 25, 200021Masaki KawabataWin *UD
      19Sep 17, 199921Manny PacquiaoWin *TKO3
      18May 21, 199920Eddie FelisildaWinKO3
      17Apr 30, 199920Rogelio LapianWinTKO5
      16Mar 6, 199920Rolando BaclayoWinPTS
      15Dec 29, 199820Ramil GeveroWinKO3
      14Nov 14, 199820Jerry PahayahayWinUD
      13Sep 20, 199820Ernesto RubillarWinTKO5
      12Aug 12, 199820Juanito RubillarWinKO9
      11Jun 5, 199819Kaaj ChartbanditWinKO3
      10May 1, 199819Jerwin BalabaWinTKO8
      9Feb 6, 199819Alpong NavajaWinPTS
      8Nov 21, 199719Ramil GeveroWinPTS
      7Sep 26, 199719Rodolfo GuilosWinKO3
      6Aug 1, 199719Rodolfo GuilosWinKO3
      5Jun 24, 199719Roy TarazonaWinTKO4
      4May 2, 199718Alpong NavajaWinPTS
      3Mar 28, 199718Ramil GeveroWinPTS
      2Mar 7, 199718Ramon AlgoraWinKO2
      1Jan 30, 199718Roy ClaveWinPTS

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Boonsai Sangsurat (Medgoen Singsurat) is a 46-year old retired Thai professional boxer. He was born in Roi Et Province, Thailand on June 12, 1978. He is a former flyweight world champion. His professional boxing career spanned more than 14 years — from 1997 to 2011.

      Sangsurat made his professional boxing debut against Roy Clave at the age of 18 on January 30, 1997, defeating Clave via 6 round PTS. He went on to win 19 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 12 wins via stoppage.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 21 on September 17, 1999 after 18 professional fights, against Manny Pacquiao for the flyweight WBC (vacant) title. He defeated Pacquiao via 3rd round TKO to become the flyweight champion of the world.

      Sangsurat has won one world title at flyweight. For all the details about Sangsurat's world title wins and defenses refer to the "Championships" section below.

      Sangsurat had a total of six losses in his professional boxing career.

      His last professional fight was a non-title bout against Wanchana Pattanakarngym on June 24, 2011. Sangsurat won the fight via 3rd round TKO. It's been 12 years, 11 months, and 26 days since this fight.

      Championships

      Sangsurat had a total of three world-title fights, which includes winning one world title and one successful title defense. He won two of these fights and lost one.

      Title Wins

      Boonsai Sangsurat fought for a flyweight world title once, which he won via TKO. He won one flyweight belt.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles WonMethod
      Sep 17, 1999Manny PacquiaoFlyweightWBC*TKO
      * Vacant title

      Title Defenses

      Boonsai Sangsurat had two flyweight world-title defense fights. He won once and lost once.

      Following is the table of his successful title defense fights, the next section has the fights where he lost his titles.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles DefendedMethod
      Feb 25, 2000Masaki KawabataFlyweightWBCUD

      Title Losses

      Boonsai Sangsurat lost one world-title defense fight, and lost one title in the fight.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles LostMethod
      May 19, 2000Malcolm TuñacaoFlyweightWBCTKO

      Highlights

      Although Sangsurat had a total of 80 fights, this fight against Manny Pacquiao is the sole highlight of his career.

      • September 17, 1999: Sangsurat wins his first world title by defeating Manny Pacquiao via 3rd round TKO. He is now the WBC flyweight world champion.

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