Chartchai Chionoi

Chartchai Chionoi

Full name
Chartchai Laemfapha

Date of birth
October 10, 1942

Debut
On March 27, 1959, in Thailand, he knocked out Somsak Kritsanasuwan in two rounds.

Won The World Title
On December 30, 1966, in Thailand, he knocked out Walter McGowan in nine rounds and won the World Boxing Council flyweight title. On March 20, 1970, in Thailand, he recovered it by defeating Mexican Efrén “Alacrán” Torres by unanimous decision. He became king of the WBC flies again on May 17, 1973, in Thailand, defeating Fritz Chervet by technical knockout in five rounds.

Lost His Title
In his fifth defense on February 23, 1969, he was technically knocked out in eight rounds by Mexican Efrén “Alacrán” Torres at the Toreo de Cuatro Caminos in Mexico City, and the referee was the legendary Arthur Mercante. The second time he lost the WBC flyweight belt was in his first defense on December 7, 1970, in Thailand, Erbito Salavarria knocked him out in two rounds. He lost the belt he had achieved for the third time in his third defense on October 18, 1974, in Yokohama, Japan, Susumu Hanagata knocked him out in six turns.

Withdrawal
On October 16, 1975, in Panama, Rodolfo Francis knocked him out in six rounds.

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