Bantamweight Chipnatta, 22, moves to 35-0 with 22nd stoppage
Thai southpaw Petch Sor Chitpattana can now boast a 35-0 C.V following a fourth round stoppage win over Kong Kiatpracha in Chiang Rai.
The 22 year-old has amassed the healthy winning run since turning pro in 2011, although the calibre of Chitpattana’s opponents can be questioned over the past couple of years.
Chitpattana’s latest foe was yet to score a victory in only two bouts and the youngster needs to step up his opposition in order to fully justify what looks a standout record on paper.
Also on the bill, compatriot Noknoi Sitthiprasert scored a 56th triumph in his 60th outing with a with a third round victory over Bin Bin Pardede.
In the USA, Dusty Hernandez-Harrison has a similar story to Chitpattana after moving to 29-0 when halting Angel Hernandez in three rounds at The Belvedere in Illinois.
At just 21 years of age, welterweight Harrison is on the cusp of 30 straight wins with 16 early finishes despite never having ventured out of fringe journeyman class.
The Washington native, who recently signed with RocNation, holds a career-best win over Tommy Rainone one year ago and should be ready to aim a lot higher in his upcoming bouts despite impressive activity.
On the undercard, heavyweight Nick Asberry made it to 9-0 by defeating Jamal Woods.