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Pictured: Former WBC World Light Flyweight Champion Kompayak Porpramook

During the five-day period of Friday, March 23 through Tuesday, March 27, five bouts featuring fighters not currently ranked by TTR which may impact TTR's rankings took place. Those bouts were won by Reymart Gaballo, Kompayak Porpramook, Arsen Goulamirian, Callum Johnson, and Yusaku Kuga.

Friday, March 23, 2018-

Hollywood, Florida, USA-

Vacant WBA Interim World Bantamweight Title-
Reymart Gaballo (WBA #5, WBC #35; 19-0, 16 KOs)
Unan. Dec. 12
Stephon Young (WBA #4, WBC #27; 17-1-3, 7 KOs)
- Gaballo decked Young in the third round.
- The scores were 118-109, 117-110, and 117-110.

Saturday, March 24, 2018-

Bangpoon, Pathum Thani, Thailand-

WBC Asian Boxing Council Light Flyweight Title-
Kompayak Porpramook (birth name: Suriyan Satorn; 59-5, 40 KOs)
Split Dec. 12
Champion Pongsaklek Nakornloung (birth name: Siridech Deebook; AKA Pongsaklek Sithdabnij; 15-5-1, 13 KOs)
- The 35-year-old Porpramook, a former WBC World champion at 108 pounds and a former WBA Interim World champion at 112, was fighting for the first time since his TKO-7 win over Frans Damur Palue on September 9, 2016.
- Porpramook dropped the defending champion with a hard right in the eleventh round.
- The scores were 115-114 and 115-113 for Porpramook and 114-113 for Nakornloung.

Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhone, France-

Vacant WBA Interim World Cruiserweight Title-
Arsen Goulamirian (WBA #1; 23-0, 15 KOs)
Ryad Merhy (WBA #2; 24-1, 20 KOs)

Greenwich, London, England-

Commonwealth and BBBofC British Light Heavyweight Titles
Commonwealth champion Callum Johnson (17-0, 12 KOs)
TKO-1 1:31
BBBofC British champion Frank Buglioni (IBF #6, WBO #13, WBC #19; 21-3-1, 15 KOs)

Tuesday, March 27, 2018-

Tokyo, Japan-

Japanese Super Bantamweight Title-
Champion Yusaku Kuga (WBC #7, WBA #9, IBF #11, WBO #14; 16-2-1, 11 KOs)
TKO-1 2:13
Ryo Kosaka (16-4-1, 8 KOs)
- Kosaka came into the bout ranked #1 by the Japan Boxing Commission.
Article By: Ken Pollitt