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Toto Pongsawang boxer

Toto Pongsawang image
Status inactive
Division light flyweight
Debut 1992-10-03
Nationality Thailand
bouts
13
won
10
lost
3
draw
0
bouts
13
won
10
lost
3
draw
0
Status inactive
Division light flyweight
Debut 1992-10-03
Nationality Thailand

Toto had a reputation for being a Muay Thai in Isan region in name "Toto Kangwalprai" (โตโต้ กังวาลไพร). Later, his manager Songphol "Cha Tu" Pongsawang led him to a regular at the Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, Bangkok under Songchai Rattanasuban, a promoter. He is better known for defeating the hot-tempered fighter Pongsiri "Rambo" Por Ruamrudee in the second round with elbow strikes and beat Pairojnoi "Iron Blood" Sor Siamchai with knockout in the final round even before that, he is almost defeated. He received the nickname from fighting fans "Lord of Miracle".Later, Songphol had him change to a professional career. It's intended that to fight just three times and then become a world champion like a legendary Saensak Muangsurin. He made a total of five wins. On September 19, 1993, he faced Ricardo "El Finito" López a WBC Strawweight champion holder at Capitol City Discothèque, Ratchadaphisek Road, Bangkok. As a result, he was defeated by TKO (referee stopped contest) in the 11th round with a very injured face although he can punched López's mouthguard bounce off.

Toto had a reputation for being a Muay Thai in Isan region in name "Toto Kangwalprai" (โตโต้ กังวาลไพร). Later, his manager Songphol "Cha Tu" Pongsawang led him to a regular at the Lumpinee Boxing Stadium, Bangkok under Songchai Rattanasuban, a promoter. He is better known for defeating the hot-tempered fighter Pongsiri "Rambo" Por Ruamrudee in the second round with elbow strikes and beat Pairojnoi "Iron Blood" Sor Siamchai with knockout in the final round even before that, he is almost defeated. He received the nickname from fighting fans "Lord of Miracle".Later, Songphol had him change to a professional career. It's intended that to fight just three times and then become a world champion like a legendary Saensak Muangsurin. He made a total of five wins. On September 19, 1993, he faced Ricardo "El Finito" López a WBC Strawweight champion holder at Capitol City Discothèque, Ratchadaphisek Road, Bangkok. As a result, he was defeated by TKO (referee stopped contest) in the 11th round with a very injured face although he can punched López's mouthguard bounce off.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
June 22, 1997 Teddy Puriro Ang Thong WIN
Points
Sept. 29, 1996 Ramil Gevero LLWLLL Selabhumi, Roi-Et LOSS
Technical knockout
Sept. 30, 1995 Ric Magramo WLWWLL Ninoy Aquino Stadium, District of Malate, Manila LOSS
Technical knockout
July 8, 1995 Edwin Talita WWLLLW Rangsit WIN
Unanimous decision
April 29, 1995 Texas Gomez WWLWLL Petchaburi WIN
Points
Dec. 31, 1994 Alpong Navaja LWLLLL The Capital City Discotheque, Bangkok WIN
Points
March 13, 1994 Jaime Aliguin LWLDLW Omnoi Stadium, Samut Sakhon WIN
Points
Dec. 21, 1993 Eric Chavez WLWWWL Pathum Thani WIN
Split-decision
Sept. 19, 1993 Ricardo Lopez WWWWWW The Capital City Discotheque, Bangkok World Boxing Council World Minimumweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
April 9, 1993 Manny Melchor WDWLLW Bangkok World Boxing Council World Minimumweight

WIN
Points
Jan. 24, 1993 Joseph Paden LWWWWW Bangkok World Boxing Council World Minimumweight

WIN
KO
Nov. 29, 1992 Ric Magramo LWWLWW Imperial World Center, Samut Prakan World Boxing Council World Minimumweight

WIN
KO
Oct. 3, 1992 Raul Terado LLLLWW Bangkok World Boxing Council World Minimumweight

WIN
KO