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Nawaphon Sor Rungvisai vs. Juan Hernandez stats for Sat.

Nawaphon Sor Rungvisai vs. Juan Hernandez stats for their fight this Saturday on March 4 for the vacant WBC Flyweight World Championship at the National Stadium Gymnasium / Bangkok, Thailand.


NAKORNLOUNG BOXING PROMOTION PRESENTS:

NAWAPHON SOR RUNGVISAI – aka SRISAKET SOR RUNGVISAI (Thailand)

Ranked WBC No. 1 at flyweight

Age: 25 / Date of birth: September 2, 1991


Residence: Bangkok, Thailand / Birthplace: Sisaket, Thailand

Record: 36-0, 28 KOs / Total rounds: 171

Height: 5’3″ – 160 cm / Stance: Left-handed

WBC affiliated titles held: Asian Boxing Council (ABCO) flyweight

Promoter: Nakornloung Boxing Promotion

JUAN “Churritos” HERNANDEZ (Mexico)

Ranked WBC No. 2 at flyweight

Age: 30 / Date of birth: February 24, 1987

Residence: Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico / Birthplace: Morelia, Michoacán de Ocampo, Mexico

Record: 33-2, 24 KOs / Total rounds: 141

Height: 5’2.5″ – 159 cm / Reach: 65″ – 165cm / Stance: Right-handed

WBC affiliated titles held: North American Boxing Federation (NABF) minimumweight

Promoter: Promociones Del Pueblo

WBC FLYWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONS

1. Pone Kingpetch (Thai) 1963

2. Hiroyuki Ebihara (Jap) 1963 – 1964

3. Pone Kingpetch (Thai) * 1964 – 1965

4. Salvatore Burruni (Italy) 1965 – 1966

5. Walter McGowan (GB) 1966

6. Chartchai Chionoi (Thai) 1966 – 1969

7. Efren Torres (Mex) 1969 – 1970

8. Chartchai Chionoi (Thai) * 1970

9. Erbito Salavarria (Phil) 1970 – 1971

10. Betulio Gonzalez (Ven) 1972

11. Venice Borkorsor (Thai) 1972 – 1973

12. Betulio Gonzalez (Ven) * 1973 – 1974

13. Shoji Oguma (Jap) 1974 – 1975

14. Miguel Canto (Mex) 1975 – 1979

15. Chan-Hee Park (Kor) 1979 – 1980

16. Shoji Oguma (Japan) * 1980 – 1981

17. Antonio Avelar (Mex) 1981 – 1982

18. Prudencio Cardona (Col) 1982

19. Freddie Castillo (Mex) 1982

20. Eleoncio Mercedes (DR) 1982 – 1983

21. Charlie Magri (GB) 1983

22. Frank Cedeño (Phil) 1983 – 1984

23. Koji Kobayashi (Jap) 1984

24. Gabriel Bernal (Mex) 1984

25. Sot Chitalada (Thai) 1984 – 1988

26. Yong-Kang Kim (Kor) 1988 – 1989

27. Sot Chitalada (Thai) * 1989 – 1991

28. Muangchai Kittikasem (Thai) 1991 – 1992

29. Yuri Arbachakov (Russia) 1992 – 1996

30. Chatchai Sasakul (Thai) 1997 – 1998

31. Manny Pacquiao (Phil) 1998 – 1999

32. Medgoen Singsurat (Thai) 1999 – 2000

33. Malcolm Tunacao (Phil) 2000 – 2001

34. Pongsaklek Wonjongkam (Thai) 2001 – 2007

35. Jorge Arce (Mexico) (Interim) 2005 – 2006

36. Daisuke Naito (Japan) 2007 – 2009

37. P. Wonjongkam (Thai) (Interim) * 2009

38. Koki Kameda (Japan) 2009 – 2010

39. Pong. Wonjongkam (Thai) * 2010 – 2012

40. Sonny Boy Jaro (Phil) 2012

41. Toshiyuki Igarashi (Japan) 2012 – 2013

42. Akira Yaegashi (Japan) 2013 –

43. Roman Gonzalez (Nic) 2014 – 2016

*Regained

WBC TOP 10 FLYWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONS

1. Miguel Canto (Mexico)

2. Pongsaklek Wonjongkam (Thailand)

3. Chartchai Chionoi (Thailand)

4. Efren Torres (Mexico)

5. Yuri Arbachakov (Russia)

6. Roman Gonzalez (Nicaragua)

7. Sot Chitalada (Thailand)

8. Akira Yaegashi (Japan)

9. Betulio Gonzalez (Venezuela)

10. Shoji Oguma (Japan)

GENERAL INFORMATION ON THE FLYWEIGHT DIVISION IN THE HISTORY OF THE WBC

35 world champions have been recognized by the WBC, of whom only six have regained the title: Pone Kingpetch (Thailand), Chartchai Chionoi (Thailand), Betulio Gonzalez (Venezuela), Shoji Oguma (Japan), Sot Chitalada (Thailand), Pongsaklek Wonjongkam (Thailand).

148 flyweight world title bouts have been held in the history of the WBC.

WBC Statistics by Luis Medina.




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