Saturday, April 30, in Singapore, the undefeated
Malaysian took on former PABA ruler Theerawat
Yoohanngoh from Thailand, a late replacement for
Komsan Polsat, and he made sure that everything
had been worth the wait.
who entered the fight as the UBO
Inter-Continental Champion, was determined from
the start and made sure to keep his foe on the
offensive with stinging jabs and crisp
combinations to both body and head.
dominating rounds, he put an exclamation point
on a near flawless performance in round three
when he floored Yoohanngoh three times, forcing
the referee to save the Thai from further
The new UBO
World Middleweight Champion, who is also a former
WBC and WBA Asia titlist, took his professional
record to 10-0 (6). Yoohanngoh falls to 25-14
headlined a show promoted by KBX Events, in
association with Singapore Fighting Championships
and AGH Promotions.