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Kitichai Preecha boxer

Kitichai Preecha image
Status inactive
Division minimumweight
Height 5′ 3″/160cm
Debut 1990-08-17
Born 1976-09-20
Nationality Thailand
Residence Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand
bouts
19
won
14
lost
5
draw
0
bouts
19
won
14
lost
5
draw
0
Status inactive
Division minimumweight
Height 5′ 3″/160cm
Debut 1990-08-17
Born 1976-09-20
Nationality Thailand
Residence Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand

He was born in Chandi Town, Chawang District, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province, southern Thailand. He started boxing at the age of 12 starting with Muay Thai. Later, he changed manager and team along with changing to professional boxing seriously in name Sainam Chandiloha (สายน้ำ จันดีโลหะ) and won Lumpinee Boxing Stadium mini flyweight champion (comparable to Thailand champion).He later changed his manager to a new man, Suchart Pisitwuttinan of Nakornluang Promotion and Vorapong Pukprajob (Monsawan Laemfapha) as a trainer. He made four more wins and given a chance to challenge WBC 105 pound world champion title with a Mexican holder Ricardo López in Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio, California on June 29, 1996 but he was knocked out with left uppercut in third round only.

He was born in Chandi Town, Chawang District, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province, southern Thailand. He started boxing at the age of 12 starting with Muay Thai. Later, he changed manager and team along with changing to professional boxing seriously in name Sainam Chandiloha (สายน้ำ จันดีโลหะ) and won Lumpinee Boxing Stadium mini flyweight champion (comparable to Thailand champion).He later changed his manager to a new man, Suchart Pisitwuttinan of Nakornluang Promotion and Vorapong Pukprajob (Monsawan Laemfapha) as a trainer. He made four more wins and given a chance to challenge WBC 105 pound world champion title with a Mexican holder Ricardo López in Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio, California on June 29, 1996 but he was knocked out with left uppercut in third round only.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Nov. 20, 1997 Suriya Sameechang WWW Bangkok WIN
Points
Aug. 20, 1997 Bernardo Jun Dabalos LLWWLL Channel 7 Studios, Bangkok WIN
Unanimous decision
June 18, 1997 Rolando Teddy Channel 7 Studios, Bangkok WIN
Technical knockout
May 30, 1997 Benjamin Escobia LLLLDW Phraram 9 Plaza, Bangkok WIN
Points
April 7, 1997 Rodolfo Guilos LLLLLL New Worlde Shopping Centre, Nonthaburi WIN
Points
Feb. 19, 1997 Randy Mangubat LLWWWW Channel 7 Studios, Bangkok LOSS
TD
Dec. 5, 1996 Al Tarazona LWWLWW Nonthaburi Pier, Nonthaburi WIN
Points
Sept. 1, 1996 Roy Clave DDWLDL New World Shopping Center, Nonthaburi WIN
KO
June 29, 1996 Ricardo Lopez WWWWWW Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio World Boxing Council World Minimumweight

LOSS
KO
Feb. 21, 1996 Rodolfo Guilos WWLLWL Bangkok World Boxing Council World Minimumweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 20, 1995 Allan Llanita WDWWWD Bangkok World Boxing Council World Minimumweight

LOSS
KO
Sept. 17, 1995 Rolando Tadle LWWWLL Nonthaburi WIN
Points
July 19, 1995 Joel Nice LLLLLL WIN
Points
July 17, 1995 Young Elmer WLLLWL Bangkok WIN
KO
June 9, 1995 Edgar Maghanoy LLWLDL Bangkok LOSS
Technical knockout
April 1, 1995 Anis Roga Amnart Charoen LOSS
Technical knockout
Oct. 7, 1994 Fahuthai Suwanasil Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, Bangkok Thai Minimumweight

WIN
Points
Sept. 15, 1990 Yuttachai Lookpinthong Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, Bangkok Thai Minimumweight

WIN
Points
Aug. 17, 1990 Sod Kiatmuangtanee Pattani Thai Minimumweight

WIN
Points