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Torsak Pongsupa boxer

Torsak Pongsupa image
Status inactive
Division super flyweight
Debut 1988-12-10
Born 1968-11-23
Nationality Thailand
Residence Bangkok, Thailand
bouts
30
won
27
lost
3
draw
0
bouts
30
won
27
lost
3
draw
0
Status inactive
Division super flyweight
Debut 1988-12-10
Born 1968-11-23
Nationality Thailand
Residence Bangkok, Thailand

Torsak (nickname: Singha; สิงห์) was born at Bangkok's Lat Phrao neighborhood, Tambon Bang Kapi, Phaya Thai District (currently Bang Kapi District). His father, Capt. Chanai Pongsupa, owns a boxing and Muay Thai gym "Sasiprapa" and was manager of Thailand's national amateur boxing team in the 1980s. He graduated high school from Bangkapi School and received a bachelor's degree from Bangkok University.He participated in amateur boxing and was quite successful in the youth division. He later qualified for the national team in the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. He was defeated by Vichai Khadpo (Vichairachanon Khadpo) by RSC (because his eyebrows were broken and couldn't continue to fight). After this he switched to professional boxing. He won seven time, losing only once against fellow-countryman Thanomsak Sithbaobay, and winning WBC Super flyweight International Champion by wins over Dadoy Andujar, a Filipino boxer. He defended his title three times, the first to beat Michael Ebo Danquah, a Ghanaian boxer, at Thai Army Sports Stadium, Vibhavadi Rangsit Road, Din Daeng District, Bangkok.

Torsak (nickname: Singha; สิงห์) was born at Bangkok's Lat Phrao neighborhood, Tambon Bang Kapi, Phaya Thai District (currently Bang Kapi District). His father, Capt. Chanai Pongsupa, owns a boxing and Muay Thai gym "Sasiprapa" and was manager of Thailand's national amateur boxing team in the 1980s. He graduated high school from Bangkapi School and received a bachelor's degree from Bangkok University.He participated in amateur boxing and was quite successful in the youth division. He later qualified for the national team in the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. He was defeated by Vichai Khadpo (Vichairachanon Khadpo) by RSC (because his eyebrows were broken and couldn't continue to fight). After this he switched to professional boxing. He won seven time, losing only once against fellow-countryman Thanomsak Sithbaobay, and winning WBC Super flyweight International Champion by wins over Dadoy Andujar, a Filipino boxer. He defended his title three times, the first to beat Michael Ebo Danquah, a Ghanaian boxer, at Thai Army Sports Stadium, Vibhavadi Rangsit Road, Din Daeng District, Bangkok.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
July 30, 1999 Kid Zarry DWWWWW Bangkok WIN
Points
Feb. 28, 1997 June Siko LLLDLW Taladthai Market, Pathum Thani World Boxing Federation World Super Bantamweight

WIN
KO
Sept. 27, 1996 Alberto Pelino LLLWLL Saint Gabriel School, Bangkok World Boxing Federation World Super Bantamweight

WIN
KO
May 11, 1996 Tony Wehbee WWWWLW Rajawong Pier, Bangkok vacant World Boxing Federation World Super Bantamweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
June 10, 1995 Orlando Santiaon LLD Bangkok vacant World Boxing Federation World Super Bantamweight

WIN
KO
April 6, 1995 Benjie Duran WLLDLL The Capital City Discotheque, Bangkok WIN
KO
May 18, 1994 Reynante Jamili WLLWWW Channel 7 Studios, Bangkok LOSS
KO
March 10, 1994 Ippo Gala LDLLLL Bangkok WIN
Points
Jan. 19, 1994 Jero Sasaki LDLWWW Channel 7 Studios, Bangkok WIN
Points
Oct. 1, 1993 Donny Dongod Bangkok WIN
KO
March 1, 1993 Constancio Dangla LLWWWL Bangkok WIN
KO
Jan. 17, 1993 Constancio Dangla WLLWWW Bangkok World Boxing Council International Super Flyweight

WIN
TD
July 1, 1992 Tacy Macalos WLLLWW Bangkok World Boxing Council International Super Flyweight

WIN
Points
Dec. 22, 1991 Sung Kil Moon WWWWWW Indoor Gymnasium, Incheon LOSS
Technical knockout
Sept. 17, 1991 Song-ki Chang Bangkok WIN
Points
May 29, 1991 Nolito Cabato LDWWWW Elorde Sports Center, Paranaque City WIN
Technical knockout
March 1, 1991 Mario Parcon LLWWWW Bangkok WIN
KO
Dec. 30, 1990 Michael Ebo Danquah LWLLWL Sumrong Stadium, Samut Prakan World Boxing Council International Super Flyweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 5, 1990 Romy Navarrete WWWWWW Bangkok World Boxing Council International Super Flyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
May 1, 1990 Romeo Opriasa WLDLLL Army Sports Stadium, Bangkok World Boxing Council International Super Flyweight

WIN
Points
Dec. 29, 1989 Dadoy Andujar WLWWLW Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, Bangkok World Boxing Council International Super Flyweight

WIN
KO
Nov. 2, 1989 Rittichai Lukmingkwan LLLLLW Bangkok World Boxing Council International Super Flyweight

WIN
Points
Aug. 8, 1989 Thanomsak Sithbaobay WWWWWW Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, Bangkok World Boxing Council International Super Flyweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
June 6, 1989 Hisao Nayuki LL Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, Bangkok World Boxing Council International Super Flyweight

WIN
KO
May 7, 1989 Sang Suk Bang LLWLLL Channel 7 Studios, Bangkok World Boxing Council International Super Flyweight

WIN
KO
April 1, 1989 Ody Pektres Bangkok World Boxing Council International Super Flyweight

WIN
KO
March 3, 1989 Petchainart Donjadee LLWLWL Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, Bangkok World Boxing Council International Super Flyweight

WIN
KO
Jan. 24, 1989 Nakarat Kiatsonthaya LLWLLL Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, Bangkok World Boxing Council International Super Flyweight

WIN
KO
Dec. 31, 1988 Pornmongkol Hor Mahachai LWLWWL Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, Bangkok World Boxing Council International Super Flyweight

WIN
KO
Dec. 10, 1988 Chan Sithchansak WLLL Omnoi, Bangkok World Boxing Council International Super Flyweight

WIN
KO