Yodwicha Por Boonsit’s Four-Year Unbeaten Streak
Earlier this week, we released a publication mentioning that WBC Muaythai Super-Welterweight World champion Yodwicha Por Boonsit will defend his title against a top 5 ranked opponent in the coming months.
But, who has Yodwicha fought and beaten to become one of the greatest Super-Welterweights in history?
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The WBC Muaythai champion, who won the title with a second-round elbow knockout over Santanfah Rachanon at Authentic Mix Martial Arts in Phuket back in February this year, is currently riding an active four-year, twenty-nine fight win streak.
Though he lost a points decision in a Kickboxing bout against Russia’s Artem Pashporin in July last year, the decision was contested and the bout was later declared a no contest.
Since his loss to Littewada Sitthikul at Lumpini Stadium in April 2016, Yodwicha has went on to dominate his division with twenty-nine victories, including sixteen wins by way of knockout.
Competing mostly in China on Top King World Series and EM Legend over the last four-years, Yodwicha has faced some of the World’s elite, which includes the likes of Magnus Andersson, Jimmy Vienot, Azize Hlali and many more.
The 2016 Top King World Series champion also won multiple stadium titles early in his career, including the Omnoi and Lumpini Stadium titles in 2012 before a bitter rivalry with Petchboonchu FA Group between 2013 and 2014.
After two victories over Petchboonchu in 2013, the pair competed on five consecutive occasions in 2014, taking the total head-to-head record to 4-2-1 in favour of Yodwicha.
At just 24-years-old, Yodwicha has already achieved what most fighters would take a whole career achieve and he still has a huge future ahead of him.
Stay tuned for news on who his top 5 ranked opponent will be in his first WBC Muaythai World title defence in the coming months.