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Sot Chitalada boxer

Sot Chitalada image
Status inactive
Division flyweight
Height 5′ 4″/163cm
Reach 68″/173cm
Debut 1983-05-05
Born 1962-05-05
Nationality Thailand
Residence Chonburi, Thailand
bouts
31
won
26
lost
4
draw
1
bouts
31
won
26
lost
4
draw
1
Status inactive
Division flyweight
Height 5′ 4″/163cm
Reach 68″/173cm
Debut 1983-05-05
Born 1962-05-05
Nationality Thailand
Residence Chonburi, Thailand

Chitalada built a reputation as a Muay Thai in name Chaovalit Sithphrabrahma (Thai: เชาวลิต ศิษย์พระพรหม; RTGS: Chaowalit Sitphra-phrom) champion in Thailand before making the transition to professional boxing. After winning his first four professional fights, he challenged WBC Light flyweight Champion Jung-Koo Chang on 31 March 1984, losing a twelve-round decision.The name "Sot Chitalada" comes from the name of "Muns Sorchitpatana" (Thai: มันส์ ส.จิตรพัฒนา; RTGS: Man So-Chitphatthana) a boxer, one of the managers of his support. But Sorchitpatana losing by Netrnoi Sor Vorasingh and likely to retire. But the name Sorchitpatana also in the ranking of the WBC, his manager was a subrogate Chaovalit Sithphrabrahma to fight on behalf instead Muns Sorchitpatana. Later the rankings of the WBC was incorrect, Sorchitpatana became to Sot Chitlada eventually.

Chitalada built a reputation as a Muay Thai in name Chaovalit Sithphrabrahma (Thai: เชาวลิต ศิษย์พระพรหม; RTGS: Chaowalit Sitphra-phrom) champion in Thailand before making the transition to professional boxing. After winning his first four professional fights, he challenged WBC Light flyweight Champion Jung-Koo Chang on 31 March 1984, losing a twelve-round decision.The name "Sot Chitalada" comes from the name of "Muns Sorchitpatana" (Thai: มันส์ ส.จิตรพัฒนา; RTGS: Man So-Chitphatthana) a boxer, one of the managers of his support. But Sorchitpatana losing by Netrnoi Sor Vorasingh and likely to retire. But the name Sorchitpatana also in the ranking of the WBC, his manager was a subrogate Chaovalit Sithphrabrahma to fight on behalf instead Muns Sorchitpatana. Later the rankings of the WBC was incorrect, Sorchitpatana became to Sot Chitlada eventually.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Feb. 28, 1992 Muangchai Kittikasem WWWWWW Crocodile Farm, Samut Prakan World Boxing Council World Flyweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
Oct. 5, 1991 Sugar Ray Hynes W Bangkok World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 28, 1991 Jerry Tarona WWLWLL Bangkok World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
KO
July 6, 1991 Chan-Woo Park WL Bangkok World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
KO
Feb. 15, 1991 Muangchai Kittikasem WWWLWW Central Stadium, Ayutthaya World Boxing Council World Flyweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
Nov. 24, 1990 Jung Koo Chang WWWWLW Olympic Park Gymnasium, Seoul World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Majority decision
Sept. 7, 1990 Richard Clarke WWWWWW National Arena, Kingston World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Technical knockout
May 1, 1990 Carlos Gabriel Salazar WWWWDW Army Sports Stadium, Bangkok World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 30, 1990 Ric Siodora WWWWDW Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, Bangkok World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 27, 1989 Welgie Leonora W Bangkok World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Points
June 3, 1989 Yong Kang Kim WWWWWW Municipal Stadium, Trang World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Split-decision
Feb. 28, 1989 Boy Selda LWLWLW Bangkok World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
KO
Dec. 30, 1988 Nelson Harada Cabig LLDWLW Bangkok World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
KO
Nov. 9, 1988 Ronnie Belaro WWWWWL Rajadamnern Stadium, Bangkok WIN
Corner retirement
July 24, 1988 Yong Kang Kim WWWWWW Pohang Indoor Gymnasium, Pohang World Boxing Council World Flyweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
Jan. 31, 1988 Hideaki Kamishiro WWWWWW Osaka-Jo Hall, Osaka World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Corner retirement
Sept. 5, 1987 Rae-Ki Ahn WWWWWW Hua Mark Indoor Stadium, Bangkok World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
KO
Dec. 10, 1986 Gabriel Bernal WWLDWW Hua Mark Indoor Stadium, Bangkok World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 12, 1986 Nakarat Kiatsonthaya LLLLWL Bangkok World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
KO
Aug. 30, 1986 Moon-Jin Choi LWWLWW Bangkok World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 22, 1986 Freddy Castillo WWWWWL El Saba Al Salem Stadium, Kuwait City World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
June 22, 1985 Gabriel Bernal WWWWWL National Stadium Gymnasium, Bangkok World Boxing Council World Flyweight

DRAW
Majority decision
Feb. 20, 1985 Charlie Magri LWWWLW Alexandra Palace, Wood Green World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Corner retirement
Oct. 8, 1984 Gabriel Bernal WWWWWW National Stadium Gymnasium, Bangkok World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Split-decision
July 6, 1984 Rudi Palicua WLWWWW Bangkok World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Technical knockout
May 6, 1984 Wick Tengam WWWWLL Bangkok World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Technical knockout
March 31, 1984 Jung Koo Chang LWWWWW Kooduk Gymnasium, Busan LOSS
Unanimous decision
Dec. 30, 1983 Chaonainoi Chomcata LLWWLL Bangkok WIN
KO
Nov. 18, 1983 Niponyut Sakadam Bangkok WIN
KO
Aug. 23, 1983 Suriya Patumwadee LLLLLD Bangkok WIN
Points
May 5, 1983 Srithunya Sithsanae LWWWWL Bangkok WIN
KO