Yesterday afternoon at Tempolary Boxing Stadium at Baanrai School, Nakornratchasrima Province, Thailand, Kokiet Group Co. Ltd. arranged a WBO Asia-Pacific Featherweight championship bout between Thai champ, Thoedsak SeeSupertech Gym (Jandaeng) and his Filipino chalenger, Samuel Duran, who is the former Pilippines Bantamweight and Featherweight, WBC International Bantamweight, and OPBF Featherweight kingpin. The hard-hitting Thai champion used his aggressive style from the beginning bell, but Duran landed an effective right hand to protect himself. Younger than Duran, Thoedsak had more power so he looked much stronger. In round 4, Thoedsak landed a hard left hook to Duran's chin and dropped him to the canvas for the 8-count. The Thailander had a good left-hook body shot followed by a left hand to Duran's jaw that sent him down to the canvas for the 10-count...game over. Thoedsak had sucessfully defended his regional belt for the sixth time. Now he is the WBO No. 7 ranked featherweight. On the undercard fights, Rattanachai Singhwangcha (Sor Voraphin), who is WBO Bantamweight champ, had a win over Lontar Simanjuntak from the Indonesia in their non-title fight. Samransak Singhmanassak was KOed in 4 by Dondon Jamines in their 3rd fight. Netr Sasiprapha Gym scored KO5 over the former IBO Minimumweight title chalenger Abrin Matta from the Indonesia. ANd Tuangpetch Saeng Morakot WPT6 over Jerald Ubatay from the Philippines.