Yesterday afternoon (Nov 16) at Sukhothai Thammathirat University in Nonthaburi Province, Thailand, former WBC 105-pound king, Wandee Singhwangcha (Chor Charoen) had an off night defending his WBC International light flyweight belt. In rounds 1-4, the Thai had effective left jabs to outscore his Filipino challenger, Jun Arlos. Round 5-6, Arlos used an aggressive style to pound at Wandee but the Thai countered with body shots to stop Arlos' attack. Wandee, suffering from back pain and leg strain less than a week in his sparring, lost his power and his foe beat him in round 7-9. Wandee came back in round 10, but he was dropped in the next round due to an accidental low blow. After 5 minutes rest, Arlos attacked the Thai champ until the final bell sounded. The official scorecards from Thai judge, Noppharat Sricharoen is 115-113 for Wandee, from Filipino judge, Warren Jaro is 116-113 for Arlos, and from Korean judge Jae-Bong Kim is 114-114. Therefore wandee retained his belt by draw. On the undercard fights, Valenciano-Filipino fighter, Jack Verano beat Thai boxer, Jongcharoen Carryboy by 6-round unanimous decision. The former PABA Lightweight champ, Sathaporn Singhwangcha (Boonmalert) scored a KO1 over Iranian Amin Useng. And Kongthawat Singhwangcha (Sor Kitti) stopped Lertsila Singmanassak in five. This program was arranged by Naris Singhwangcha, who is the big boss of Naris Boxing Promotions.