|Heavyweight (Per 4/15)|
|Light HW (per 4/15)|
|Middleweight (per 4/15)|
|Welterweight (per 4/15)|
|4.||Marc de Bonte|
|70kg (Per 4/15)|
|3.||Robin van Roosmalen|
|65kg (per 1/20)|
Monday, March 11
Dej Sor. Ploenchit def. Petmuangchol Sor. Tardsart by decision.
Sannarinoi Or. Auansuwan def. Prajanban Visootjaroenyont by decision.
Nongbeelek Kiatyongyut def. Seryai Lukmuangphet by TKO in Round 4.
Wednesday, March 13
Satarnmuanglek Windysport def. Ploysiam Petchyindeeacademy by decision.
Niwlukrak Excidicalgym def. Peteng Kiatphontip by TKO in Round 3.
Wanchai Rambo-Esarn def. Yuthasak Sakburirum by decision.
Thursday, March 14
Sunchai Tor. Laksong def. Raktemroi Visootjaroenyont by decision.
Phetlamsin Kiatphontip def. Detkart Por. Pongsawang by decision.
Kumarndoy Sor. Jitpakdee def. Teelek 91Rungroj by decision.
Friday, March 15
Nongbia Chokngarmwong def. Palangtip Nor. Sripueng by decision.
Yokvithaya Phetsimean def. Saksuriya Gaiyanghadao by decision.
Phetsila Kiatmoo9 def. Baikarn Wor. Sangthep by TKO in Round 3.
Saturday, March 16
Petchartchai Chaorai-Oi def. Petngarm Kiatkampon by decision.
There was a lot of good action this past week, particularly below 110lbs. Highlights from that weight range include Wanchai vs. Yuthasak, Niwlukrak vs. Peteng and Raktemroi vs. Sunchai. Definitely check out Niwlukrak vs. Peteng for a great KO. Niwlukrak displayed some really nice footwork, angles, timing and counter punching. He caught Peteng right in the middle of an attempted knee.
Kengsiam vs. Aikmongkon at 119lbs was another good fight. Aikmongkon is very scrappy and makes for a good fight with anyone. He came out aggresively with some punches but as the fight went on, Kengsiam turned it around in the clinch and landed some vicious knees.
Speaking of vicious knees, the fifth round of Wanchai vs. Yuthasak saw Wanchai land a knee that took everything out of Yuthasak and held him off until the end of the fight. Aside from that, the whole fight was great and Yuthasak was doing very well earlier.