This was a major event held at the Lumpinee Stadium, put together by Prestige Fight and Numnoi. This edition focussed on the exciting coupling of opponents, with the Fight Card fully living up to fans’ expectations.


It was also the first time that young French hopeful Valentin Thibaut stepped into the legendary Lumpinee ring. To mark the occasion, the WBC (World Boxing Council) put up the WBC Diamond belt, a rare trophy for such occasions. The opponent, the formidable Brazilian Luis Cajaiba, had not lost even one of his last 4 fights at the stadium. 


Following a titanic fight in -70kg (154 kg), which was particularly close, the Frenchman took the victory and the WBC Diamond belt.


The evening saw another Frenchman take to the ring. None other than the defending Lumpinee Champion in -72 kg (160 kg), Jimmy Vienot. In the first defense of his title following his victory last April, Jimmy came up against the awesome Sorgraw.
The fight was very close but the Thai had the slight edge, and left with the belt.


The evening also featured other Thai vs Thai fighting bouts to the delight of the entire stadium and Thai viewers, as well as those who were able to follow the broadcast on RMC Sport.


The evenings other fighting duos:
Kompatak (TH) vs. Pompetch (TH) en -57 kg (–126 lbs)
Petchpailin (TH) vs. Petchrungrueng (TH) en -52 kg (–116 lbs)
Sripetch (TH) vs. Leampayak (TH) en -45 kg (-101 lbs)
Narak (TH) vs. Petchpu-nguen (TH) en -51 kg (-114 lbs)
Samuenthep (TH) vs. Nuerpetct (TH) in -112 lbs (-50 lbs)

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