ASUMA WINS TITLE
WITH KO IN AFRICA

23 Feb 2010

Aejazdro Asuma has won the vacant WBC Super Welterweight World Title with a KO win against Thailand's Prakaysaeng Sir Oar in Guinea, Africa on 11 February.

Asuama won the contest staged at the Sofitel Malabo President Palace venue with a final KO in the third round after decking Prakayseng twice in the second round.

From the outset Asuma shook Prakaysaeng with fierce aggression and had the the top ranked Thai in trouble with strong punches.

Prakayseng has shacken by a flurry of punches in the first and second rounds and finally went down for the country in the third.

In the same weight division in Tours, France on 31 Kem Sitsongpeenong (Thailand) outclassed Ali Abrayem (Belgium) and retails top WBC ranking and poised to challenge Asuma to bring back the title to Thailand.

The Super Welterweight title became vacant after Yodsaenklai Fairtex vacated his underdefeated championship to move up to the Middleweight Division.

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