Sam-A is rapidly running out of suitable opponents in Thailand as his winning streak shows no sign of coming to an end. On April 3rd he will be headlining a huge card at Lumpini when he takes on Penek Sitnumnoi.
The last time they fought Sam-A won by knock out but he is moving up in weight and will be at a size disadvantage for this fight which has been set at 125 lbs. Penek is coming off a win over Wanchalerm while Sam-A outpointed Petpanomrung in his last outing in a fight which was closer than expected, although he did have to get down to 119 lbs.
Saketdai and Singdam are fighting again, these two seem to fight each other pretty regularly and they are always competitive contests while Wanchalerm takes on Petboonchu who is coming off a win over Jomthong at Rajadamnern in a fight which was reportedly not particularly entertaining.
Detkart is one of the rising starts of Muay Thai and recently beat Thelek and broke his nose with an elbow in the process. He will be taking on Wanchai in a match up which has all the ingredients for a figth of the night. Unless of course the rumoured rematch between Tingtong and Ponsaneh goes ahead on this date, Ponsanah is pretty much unrivalled when it comes to entertainment value.
Sam-A vs Penek
Saketdao vs Singdam
Petboonchu vs Wanchalerm
Mongkonchai vs Aekmongkon
Wanchai vs Dedkart
Julong vs Nikomlek
(not the complete card)