Originally Posted by di tullio
Will check him out more after I get some studying done. It seems I'm into boxing the most when I have a full workload at school.
Strange that I've never really heard of him until I was looking at Nishioka's record.
The Ring gave precedence to the likes of Austin when the bantamweight Titlists weren't fighting each other. Sahaprom had a pretty consistent run, but wasn't an all time great IMO. Not the kinda' name that gets thrown around too often nowadays but a quality fighter nonetheless. I actually rank him very
high in my list of greatest Thai's.